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Merlin

Saturday, March 23,

at 7 p.m., Space

In this special two-part series finale, Morgana prepares for war with Mordred. As a great horde gathers, Merlin feels the pressure and the ancient prophecies begin to play out. A battle rages on the plain as Merlin finally faces his destiny.

Bomb Girls

Monday, March 25,

at 8 p.m., Global

Fresh off her best-actress win at the Canadian Screen Awards, Meg Tilly returns as munitions factory matron Lorna Corbett. As the ladies enjoy the bounty of their victory garden at harvest time, Vera uncovers a TNT shortage. Betty is unexpectedly reunited with a soldier, while Gladys struggles all alone. Also, a determined Lorna fights for her home phone.

Revolution

Monday, March 25,

at 9 p.m., NBC and Citytv

Charlie (Winnipegger Tracy Spiridakos, above), Miles (Billy Burke) and the others are back as the series returns from its too-long hiatus. Miles and the rebels try to leave Philadelphia behind, along with Monroe's helicopters and weapons. Also, Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) promises to provide power to the rebels in the hopes of redeeming herself.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 21, 2013 C1

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