Wed, March 4
Fresh from her Oscar win for "Boyhood," former "Medium" star Patricia Arquette returns to television work as the "CSI" franchise expands again. Introduced on the parent "CSI" show, Avery Ryan (Arquette) leads a team specializing in cybercrimes as they trace an abduction to a hacked baby monitor in "Kidnapping 2.0." Fellow series veterans James Van Der Beek ("Dawson's Creek") and Peter MacNicol ("Ally McBeal," "NUMB3RS") also star.
An intriguing battle of nationally ranked ACC rivals starts off this ESPN2 doubleheader, as Jerian Grant and the No. 10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish invade the home court of Terry Rozier and the No. 9 Louisville Cardinals in these teams' first and only (barring the NCAA Tournament) meeting of the season. Then it's a clash of Pac-12 rivals with a long history -- and not much else -- as the unranked UCLA Bruins host the dreadful USC Trojans.
Originally shown in honor of Sir David Attenborough's 60th anniversary on television, Part 1 of the three-part miniseries "Attenborough's Life Stories: Life on Camera" focuses on three fields that he believes have been transformed most profoundly over time: filmmaking, science and the environment. Newer interviews are featured in which Attenborough revisits the content, stories and locations originally featured in his landmark series.