The end is near: ABC Family's longest running original series, "Greek," wraps up its final season at 9 p.m. March 7. Viewers will learn the roads their favorite Cypress Rhodes students will take in the series finale.
Clovis High School graduate Aaron Hill has appeared on 67 of the 74 episodes over four seasons.
Fans have through March 10 to take home pieces of the "Greek" set, including props from the ZBZ, Kappa Tau and Omega Chi houses, as well as wardrobe from the set.
Items include "Cappie's Butt" boxers, Rusty's Cypress-Rhodes University ID, the Omega Chi voting box, Dale's pledge paddle and Omega Chi's presidential gavel. Visit abcfamily.com/giveback for more information.
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Royal treat: Lifetime Television's original movie "William & Kate," based on the romance between Prince William (Nico Evers-Swindell) and Kate Middleton (Camilla Luddington), will air at 9 p.m. April 18.
Immediately following at 11 p.m., Lifetime will debut the first of six one-hour episodes of the documentary series "Royal Wedding of a Lifetime." The program will examine the history of William and Kate's romance and run-up to their wedding, comparisons of Kate to Princess Diana, the wedding gown and fashion surrounding the nuptials, cuisine for the high-profile event, a preview of the wedding day and a glimpse into their future together.
On the menu: Food Network has two new shows premiering.
The series premiere of "Ice Brigade," which follows ice sculpting artists as they create original designs including interactive pool tables, bowling lanes and other unique sculptures debuts at 10 p.m. Thursday.
And, all-star chefs compete on "Chopped All-Stars" at 9 p.m. Saturday.