Tomorrow is Super Tuesday. Donald Trump is going to win the majority of the delegates on the GOP side. At least 2 candidates must drop out if Republican voters want 'anyone but Trump' as the nominee. If Ted Cruz doesn't win by enough of a margin in Texas, he has to drop out. If Rubio performs poorly in Florida, he has to drop out. Kasich and Carson should be out already but they aren't. The longer this drags on, the harder it is going to be to beat Trump.
On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton is going to win most every state tomorrow. Sanders will do well in some of the upcoming states if his losses aren't too terrible tomorrow but at this point, it's looking more and more like a miracle would be needed to see Sanders as the Democratic nominee.
After tomorrow barring any upset results, it's about 80% likely that the presidential election will feature Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Trump apparently is leading Hillary in New York. Maybe with Chris Christie he can also win in New Jersey. That's probably going to be necessary since he could conceivably lose a few Republican stronghold states. Then again if Bloomberg jumps into the race as an independent it could topple that logic as well, as far as New York goes.
The results of this election are looking more and more bizarre as well as potentially disastrous for conservatives. One thing for sure, it's the most interesting election cycle on the GOP side since 1980. But it isn't a TV show, it's the future of the country that hangs in the balance.