Winter is coming? It feels like it never left. Perhaps the chill in the air is lingering for the season 4 premiere of Game of Thrones, airing April 6. Or maybe it’s sticking around to give us an excuse to check out all of this week’s big TV finales and premieres, like How I Met Your Mother and Inside Amy Schumer.
Either way, here are the excellent reasons to continue hibernating over the next seven days:
Call the Midwife, 8 p.m., PBS
This underrated period drama following midwives in 1950s London delivers its third season.
How I Met Your Mother, 8 p.m., CBS
Keep the tissues handy and get ready to feel all the feels as we say goodbye to the gang who gave us Slap Bets, The Naked Man, and nine beloved seasons of laughs.
Inside Amy Schumer, 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central
Do yourself a solid and get hip to this totally inappropriate funny lady and the new season of her show.
Timber Timbre’s Hot Dreams drops
The Feist collaborators release their third album of cinematic soundscapes that are the stuff of indie rock dreams.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier in theaters
Technically the Chris Evans-led superhero film opens Friday. But midnight screenings feel like Thursday night, right?
Raising Hope, 9 p.m., Fox
After four seasons and a million reasons to make us feel better about our own dysfunctional families, the Chances sign off in a one-hour series finale.
Emma Donoghue’s Frog Music
The celebrated author of Room this week releases a literary crime novel examining a real-life unsolved murder in 1870s California.
Game of Thrones, 9 p.m., HBO