Mon, April 20
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson brings his acclaimed longtime podcast to television in NGC’s first foray into the late-night talk show landscape, broadcast from the American Museum of Natural History. Featuring guests from across popular culture, the show, says Tyson, will “bring science to people who didn’t know they liked science.”
Host Mark L. Walberg heads for California in the first hour of the new episode "Santa Clara," where he and appraiser Stephen Fletcher survey items made in World War II internment camps at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose. Submissions getting monetary values include an autograph book with signatures by authors John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy and Mark Twain, and a painting by Margaret Keane (who was played by Amy Adams in the movie "Big Eyes").
And 10 still remain: The hopefuls still in the competition give pivotal displays of their talent to coaches and judges Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams in the new "Live Top 10 Performances" episode. The field will be reduced by two more in Tuesday's telecast, with the eight still left moving on to next week's shows. Carson Daly is the host.