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Thursday, March 7
After losing out on a chance to get out of Toledo and into his dream job at a prestigious university, disgraced Harvard philosophy professor Jack Griffin (Glenn Howerton) remains determined to leave town and regain prominence in the academic world in the second season of this comedy. Jack decides to work on a book detailing a new philosophical thesis, which will require him to immerse himself in Toledo more than ever while continuing to enlist the help of his students and friends at Whitlock High School, including Principal Durbin (Patton Oswalt).
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Tim Roth returns as Jim Worth, a former British detective who has moved his family to the Rocky Mountain town of Little Big Bear in search of a better life. Picking up immediately following the explosive Season 1 finale in which Jim appeared to be shot by his own daughter, this season finds him trying to survive in the remote Rockies while his shell-shocked family struggles to come to terms with their actions.
Grey’s Anatomy: “Blood and Water”
Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) finds herself having to side with either Alex (Justin Chambers) or DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) during a difficult situation, but she doesn’t want to betray either of them. Meanwhile, Maggie (Kelly McCreary) reveals details about her personal life that cause a public stir.
The Big Bang Theory: “The Conference Valuation”
Sheldon (Jim Parsons) finds a book on experimenting on kids and he and the gang decide to run experiments on the Wolowitz children in the new episode “The Conference Valuation.”
Season 4 of the workplace comedy picks up with new episodes, and as the season continues, you’ll see the ensemble leaving Cloud 9 a bit more. “We see these characters outside of the store quite a bit this season,” said star America Ferrera at a press conference. “As the show goes on and they become more of a family, there’s more of a reason to see them outside of the place,” added creator/executive producer Justin Spitzer. “So, like, Amy inviting this group of coworkers to her daughter’s quinceañera shows that these are her friends and family, too.”
The First 48: “A Killer Fight/Do the Right Thing”
In Mobile, Ala., a street fight escalates to a shooting that leaves a man dead in his front yard. In Tulsa, Okla., a drive-by shooting that stems from a gang feud claims the life of a 16-year-old girl, while her boyfriend clings to life.
Station 19: “Crash and Burn”
In the aftermath of the windstorm, Andy (Jaina Lee Ortiz) and Sullivan’s (Boris Kodjoe) fates remain unknown while trapped in the overturned aid car. Meanwhile, back at the station, the team confronts Jack (Grey Damon) about his well-being, and when it’s safe enough to venture out, they search for their fellow firefighters in a race against time.
Mom: “Cincinnati and a Toe Situation”
Guest Star Alert!
Bonnie (Allison Janney) reluctantly consults a therapist (guest star Rainn Wilson) for help with her ADD in the new episode “Cincinnati and a Toe Situation.”
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “The Golden Child”
Guest Star Alert!
Jake (Andy Samberg) helps Amy (Melissa Fumero) navigate the complicated relationship she has with her brother, David (guest star Lin-Manuel Miranda). Charles (Joe Lo Truglio) introduces some drama into an undercover mission involving Terry (Terry Crews) and Holt (Andre Braugher).
Will & Grace: “Supreme Courtship”
Jack’s (Sean Hayes) insistence that Will (Eric McCormack) be nicer to his fiancé, Estefan (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez), backfires when Estefan thinks Will is in love with him. In a hurry to buy her boyfriend Noah (guest star David Schwimmer) a Valentine’s Day gift, Grace (Debra Messing) unknowingly knocks over a prominent figure while going after a taxi. And when Karen (Megan Mullally) discovers that Noah not only writes her favorite romance novels but also plans to kill off the main character, she forces him to rewrite the story.
60 Days In: “You Don’t Belong Here”
Now that one of the participants has blown his/her cover, Sheriff Lamb and his team are forced to make a decision: end the program early or risk the lives of the remaining participants.
For the People: “First Inning”
Immigration, diplomatic immunity, the killing of a United States senator — it’s a new season of high-stakes federal cases that pit public defenders against prosecutors. Whose side are you on?
Guest Star Alert!
Debbie Allen returns in her guest role as Hondo’s (Shemar Moore) mom in the new episode “Jack,” in which the SWAT team tries to zero in on the next target of a carjacking ring.
The Rap Game: “The Final Battle”
XScape and Rapsody join as the remaining three finalists go head-to-head in the ultimate final performances. But after 10 weeks of grueling battles, challenges and eliminations, only one young artist will prove themselves worthy of a So So Def contract.
Friday, March 8
Ricky Gervais created, wrote and directed this six-part series. He also stars as Tony, a former nice guy who, after his wife dies, contemplates suicide but instead decides to first punish the world by saying and doing whatever he likes from now on.
Walk. Ride. Rodeo.
Amberley Snyder’s (Spencer Locke) dreams of a college scholarship and pro rodeo career are brought to a halt when she’s involved in a devastating accident. Now unable to use her legs, she refuses to give up her dreams and instead decides to fight her way back into competitive barrel racing. Bailey Chase, Sherri Shepherd and Missi Pyle also star in this film, which is based on a true story.
This animated adventure is based on the popular role-playing video game and follows friends Wren, Reynold, Everett and Lucy as they face off against the nougat-scarfing monsters that slink through the shadows of their sleepy town on Halloween night. With the guidance of an adult named Norm, they must use their imaginations to unlock the magical powers of their homemade costumes and save the universe.
Fresh Off the Boat: “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’”
Eddie (Hudson Yang), angry after Jessica (Constance Wu) tells him he’s too immature to go on a student exchange trip to Taiwan, takes his mom at her word when she says, “My house, my rules,” and he leaves home. But when he ends up living with Horace (guest star Jimmy O. Yang) in his new apartment, Eddie has second thoughts.
MacGyver: “Seeds + Permafrost + Feather”
In the new episode “Seeds + Permafrost + Feather,” MacGyver (Lucas Till) and team are asked to solve a locked-door mystery when a man working inside a remote, ultra-secure international seed vault disappears.
ESPN, beginning at 8pm Live
In the first game of an ESPN NBA doubleheader, Jimmy Butler and the Philadelphia 76ers battle James Harden and the Rockets in Houston. In the second game, Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets visit Oracle Arena to take on Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in a clash of Western Conference elites.
Last Man Standing: “Cards on the Table”
Mike (Tim Allen) begrudgingly invites Ryan (Jordan Masterson) to his weekly poker game, but regrets it when Ryan gets the guys to open up about their feelings.
Blindspot: “The Big Blast From the Past Episode”
An active bomber forces the team to delve into a case from their past.
Speechless: “S-P– SPECIAL B– BOY T-I– TIME”
Ray’s (Mason Cook) attempt to manipulate Maya (Minnie Driver) over an unfulfilled promise of mother-son time backfires when she calls his bluff. JJ (Micah Fowler) tries a new aide after he and Kenneth (Cedric Yarbrough) agree to spend a day apart. Meanwhile, Jimmy’s (John Ross Bowie) unsure how to handle Dylan’s (Kyla Kenedy) teen angst when she invites a boy over.
The Blacklist: “The Cryptobanker”
The task force delves into the unregulated world of cryptocurrency in order to stop an impending attack, while Red (James Spader) undertakes a risky endeavor to secure his freedom.
VH1 Trailblazer Honors
Celebrating this year’s incredible breakthroughs in female empowerment and human rights, the event will honor writer, director and producer Ava DuVernay, who became the highest-grossing African-American female director in domestic box office history last year, and Nancy Pelosi, the first woman to be elected as the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Saturday, March 9
CBS, beginning at 12pm Live
With conference tournaments fast approaching, CBS airs a college hoops tripleheader with Syracuse at Clemson, Florida at Kentucky and Arizona State at Arizona.
Ransom: “It’s a Ravenzo”
Eric (Luke Roberts) and the team enter the world of Italian fashion royalty when they are hired to negotiate the safe return of a world-famous designer’s kidnapped wife in the new episode “It’s a Ravenzo.”
Love Under the Rainbow
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Jack (David Haydn-Jones), a widower raising a third-grader, Sophie (Dakota Guppy), falls for his daughter’s sweet teacher, Lucy (Jodie Sweetin). Although he is still heartbroken, Jack eventually realizes you can’t get a rainbow without a little rain, and that true love can weather any storm.
Suburban Swingers Club
Dana Davis and Jesse Ruda star as a young married couple who agree to participate in a secret swingers’ party in their suburban neighborhood and find themselves the target of a jealous, homicidal neighbor.
NBA Basketball: Boston at L.A. Lakers
ABC, 8:30pm Live
Old-school NBA rivals meet again tonight in ABC’s Saturday NBA spotlight as Al Horford and the Boston Celtics visit LeBron James and the L.A. Lakers.
2019 Spring Fever Preview Special
Hallmark Channel, 10pm
Nikki DeLoach and Michael Rady host a sneak peek at the original films premiering during Hallmark Channel’s “Spring Fever” campaign, including a look at their upcoming flick Love to the Rescue.
Saturday Night Live: “Idris Elba/Khalid”
NBC, 11:30pm Live
PEOPLE’s current “Sexiest Man Alive” and star of Netflix’s new comedy series Turn Up Charlie Idris Elba makes his SNL hosting debut. He’s joined by artist Khalid, making his first appearance as musical guest.
Sunday, March 10
NTT IndyCar Series: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
NBCSN, 1:30pm Live
The IndyCar Series has a new title sponsor in NTT as it opens its 2019 season in Florida at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Sébastien Bourdais is the two-time defending race champion. Scott Dixon is coming off his fifth career IndyCar season championship.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: TicketGuardian 500
FOX, 3:30pm Live
Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski, Kurt Busch, Aric Almirola, Chase Elliott and 2018 Cup Series champion Joey Logano duel in the desert as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series visits ISM Raceway in Phoenix for the TicketGuardian 500.
God Friended Me: “Scenes From an Italian Restaurant”
Miles (Brandon Micheal Hall) and Cara (Violett Beane) help a sous chef (guest star Stella Maeve) when they learn that her dreams of opening her own restaurant are in danger of falling apart. Guest star Adam Goldberg also returns in the new episode “Scenes From an Italian Restaurant.”
World of Dance: “The Qualifiers 3”
The qualifying round concludes with the dance acts having one chance to showcase their artistry, precision and athleticism. New this season, they now must score an average of 85 in order to move forward in the competition.
The conflict between the Old and New Gods rages on, with Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) attempting to rally the Old Gods into inciting a war. Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) continues to encounter all manner of deities as an epic confrontation looms.
Scandalous: The Trial of William Kennedy Smith
FOX News Channel, 8pm
FOX News Channel presents the third season premiere of its Scandalous documentary series with Scandalous: The Trial of William Kennedy Smith. This third season will spotlight the chance encounter at a Palm Beach nightspot between the nephew of President John F. Kennedy, William Kennedy Smith, and a local woman from Jupiter, Fla., ultimately leading to a heavily scrutinized rape trial in 1991. Marking the first nationally televised trials in the country in which millions of viewers tuned in to watch, the series takes an extensive look into the highly publicized rape allegation and will revisit the dramatic 10-day trial through interviews with key witnesses, notable reporters and court officials. In addition to airing on FNC, special director cuts of the series will be available on FOX Nation.
Married to Medicine Los Angeles
The Married to Medicine franchise expands to the City of Angels, with the series following a vibrant group of doctors and wives in the exclusive Los Angeles medical community as they navigate their careers, social circles and marriages.
Aretha! A Grammy Celebration for the Queen of Soul
Musical superstars including Yolanda Adams, Shirley Caesar, Alessia Cara, Brandi Carlile, Chloe x Halle, Kelly Clarkson, Common, Céline Dion, Fantasia, Jennifer Hudson, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Patti LaBelle, Janelle Monáe, SZA and BeBe Winans gather for a star-studded event celebrating the late Queen of Soul. The two-hour concert event hosted by actor/producer Tyler Perry features performances of Franklin’s legendary music and a special tribute from Smokey Robinson, Franklin’s childhood friend and fellow Motown superstar.
Buddy vs. Duff
Food Network, 9pm
In an epic competition to end the greatest feud in baking history, Buddy Valastro and Duff Goldman go head-to-head in a series of challenges befitting their extraordinary expertise. They start with a bake-off, testing their dessert skills of all kinds, and then they head into a cake-off, where the chefs and their assistants try to outdo one another with over-the-top creations. The competition comes to a climax with a final, space-themed challenge, with the judges crowning the winner.
Family Guy: “No Giggity, No Doubt”
Guest Star Alert!
When the guys chaperone the high school prom, Quagmire hits it off with Courtney (voiced by This Is Us’ Mandy Moore) and discovers she is his daughter. In Quagmire’s attempts to embrace fatherhood, he and Courtney join Peter and Meg on an ill-fated father-daughter camping trip.
Crossword Mysteries: A Puzzle to Die For
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
Lacey Chabert and Brennan Elliott team up in this new mystery franchise co-created by New York Times puzzle creator and editor Will Shortz. Chabert stars as crossword editor Tess Harper, who becomes involved in a murder investigation after several clues in her recent puzzles are linked to the unsolved crime. She and Logan (Elliott), a no-nonsense detective, work together to find the killer. John Kapelos and Barbara Niven also star.
The Case Against Adnan Syed
This true-crime series re-examines the murder of high school student Hae Min Lee and subsequent conviction of her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, which originally captivated audiences in the first season of the hit podcast Serial. The four parts of this docuseries look at Syed’s push for a new trial and feature new interviews with additional people close to the case.
Showtime wraps the ninth season of the hit series, which will be the last for breakout star Emmy Rossum, who plays Fiona. Season 10, however, will see the return of Ian (Cameron Monaghan), who was sent to prison when we last saw him.
Smithsonian Channel, 9pm
Get a front-row seat to the extraordinary spectacle of wildlife and dramatic seasonal extremes in the iconic crown jewel of America’s national parks. Hosted by actor Bill Pullman and filmed over the course of three years, the four-part series delivers stories from Yellowstone never told before. The first episode, “Fire and Ice,” tells surprisingly intimate stories of survival in winter, Yellowstone’s most spectacular season.
Starz’s new trippy, sexually charged comedy series centers on Ulysses and his friends Carly, Ford and Severine, who pursue love, sex and fame while trying to navigate the surreal and bewildering city of Los Angeles.
Good Girls: “Slow Down, Children at Play”
Rio (Manny Montana) forces Beth (Christina Hendricks), Annie (Mae Whitman) and Ruby (Retta) to solve a problem with a possible witness, which challenges the women’s morality. Meanwhile, Annie is in an awkward position with Greg (guest star Zach Gilford) and Nancy (Sally Pressman).
Pete (Pete Holmes) jumps at the opportunity of a lifetime to open for John Mulaney at New York’s Town Hall, but the gig leaves him in an awkward situation.
Ride With Norman Reedus
AMC, 12:02am (late night)
This week, Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery, his costar in the Boondock Saints films, wheel around the Lone Star State.
Monday, March 11
ABC, 8pm Live
The shocking conclusion to Bachelor Colton Underwood’s season airs live over two consecutive nights, beginning tonight.
The Neighborhood: “Welcome to the Climb”
Gemma (Beth Behrs) is unprepared for the aftermath when she fires a teacher at her school in the new episode “Welcome to the Climb.”
Arrow: “Training Day”
The CW, 8pm
Team Arrow attempts to work with the Star City Police Department, but much to Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) frustration, things don’t go as planned. Meanwhile, Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) gets some life-changing news.
NHL Hockey: San Jose at Minnesota
NBCSN, 8pm Live
Joe Pavelski leads the San Jose Sharks against Zach Parise and the Wild at the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minn.
America’s Hidden Stories: “Targeting Jefferson Davis”
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
During the Civil War, the “Dahlgren Affair” revealed a plot to burn Richmond, Va., to the ground and murder Confederate President Jefferson Davis. The new episode “Targeting Jefferson Davis” examines that incident and how it may have been the driving force behind the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
Man With a Plan: “Semi-Indecent Proposal”
Adam (Matt LeBlanc) and Andi (Liza Snyder) go to great lengths to secure a loan to fix an unexpected issue on their flip house in the new episode “Semi-Indecent Proposal.”
John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky
This is director Michael Epstein’s intimate account of the making of John Lennon’s landmark 1971 album Imagine. The film explores the creative collaboration between Lennon and Yoko Ono and features interviews with those closest to the couple during that time, along with never-before-seen footage.
Magnum P.I.: “A Kiss Before Dying”
Guest Star Alert!
Magnum (Jay Hernandez) and Higgins (Perdita Weeks) help Katsumoto (Tim Kang) investigate the murder of his former mentor. Roger E. Mosley, who portrayed T.C. on the original Magnum P.I., guest-stars in the new episode “A Kiss Before Dying.”
Kids Baking Championship
Food Network, 9pm
For the finale, the remaining bakers must create cakes using bake sale items like toffee, rice cereal treats or chocolate-covered pretzels. The cakes also have to illustrate a common bake sale theme like drama club, dance club or chess club. Only one baker will win $25,000, a spot in Food Network Magazine and the title of Kids Baking Champion.
The Good Doctor: “Trampoline”
As a barroom fight sends Dr. Murphy (Freddie Highmore) to seek treatment at St. Bonaventure’s, Dr. Park (Will Yun Lee) and Dr. Lim (Christina Chang) disagree over an elderly woman’s post-operative symptoms. Meanwhile, Dr. Melendez (Nicholas Gonzalez) and Dr. Lim make their romance public, and Dr. Glassman (Richard Schiff) continues to pursue a relationship with a good friend.
This four-part docuseries offers the quintessential story behind punk music. It includes original interviews with punk pioneers like Iggy Pop (also an executive producer on the series), Johnny Rotten, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein, Marky Ramone, Duff McKagan, Flea, Dave Grohl and more. These are combined with a blend of rare and unseen photos, gritty archival film, and a crackling soundtrack of punk hits and misses to explore the music, fashion, art and DIY attitude of a subculture of self-described misfits and outcasts.
The Enemy Within: “The Ambassador’s Wife”
Following the discovery that a U.S. ambassador is selling classified intelligence to a Colombian cartel, Shepherd (Jennifer Carpenter) devises a plan to catch him that will push Keaton’s (Morris Chestnut) moral code to the brink. Keaton brings a new member (Cassandra Freeman) on to the team.
Tuesday, March 12
NHL Hockey: Washington at Pittsburgh
NBCSN, 7pm Live
Two of the NHL’s elite players renew their rivalry as Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals head to Pittsburgh to face off against Sidney Crosby and the Penguins.
Over the past three decades, Dale has hoarded his Alaskan property with everything from decking from the Yukon River Bridge to more than 100 vehicles. Now he’s hoarded himself out of his home. With a harsh Alaskan winter quickly approaching, he must clean up or face perishing this winter.
NCIS: “Bears and Cubs”
Guest Star Alert!
Recurring guest star Robert Wagner is back as Anthony DiNozzo Sr. in the new episode “Bears and Cubs,” in which Jimmy’s (Brian Dietzen) father-in-law (guest star Larry Miller) asks him to tamper with evidence.
The Flash: “Failure Is an Orphan”
The CW, 8pm
With the meta-human cure ready to use, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash must figure out a way to subdue Cicada (Chris Klein) long enough to take it. Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) steps in to help with the plan. Meanwhile, Joe (Jesse L. Martin) eases back into work, and Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) isn’t happy about the way her dad plans to stop Cicada.
Culinary kids between the ages of 8 and 13 compete in cooking challenges in the hopes of impressing judges Gordon Ramsay, Christina Tosi and Aarón Sánchez, earning the title of MasterChef Junior and winning a $100,000 prize. This season, the chef-testants will face a breakfast-themed mystery box challenge, create a restaurant-worthy fish dish, roll an epic sheet of pasta and prepare a meal for 51 circus performers.
Ellen’s Game of Games: “Beauty and the Boots”
Contestants will play Stink Tank, Scary Go Round, Knockin’ Boots and Taste Buds. The winner of each of the first four rounds advances to Know or Go, and the winner of that game advances to Hot Hands for a chance to win a cash prize.
TNT, beginning at 8pm Live
The San Antonio Spurs head to Dallas for a battle with the Mavericks. In TNT’s second game, Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves try to topple Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets in Denver.
Maggie (Missy Peregrym) and OA (Zeeko Zaki) discover a kidnapper’s motivation is a ploy to gain internet fame in the new episode “Invisible.”
Windy City Rehab
A millennial favorite, this show stars real estate developer Alison Victoria as she renovates Chicago fixer-uppers. HGTV has already picked it up for a 10-episode second season.
This Is Us: “The Waiting Room”
Tensions run high as the Pearsons await news about Kate’s (Chrissy Metz) pregnancy.
Videos After Dark
ABC airs a special first-look episode of this new comedy reality series hosted by comedian Bob Saget and featuring home videos with an edgier twist. The hits are a little harder, the language a bit saltier, the animals a little less cute, the kids a tad less adorable and the embarrassing moments even more revealing.
NCIS: New Orleans: “Survivor”
Hannah (Necar Zadegan) is placed in protective custody with her family while NCIS searches for an elusive terrorist with a personal vendetta against her in the new episode “Survivor.”
Project Blue Book: “The Washington Merry-Go-Round”
The nation’s capital is thrown into a panic when Washington, D.C., is swarmed by UFOs, and now the highest echelons of power task Hynek (Aidan Gillen) and Quinn (Michael Malarkey) with uncovering the true nature of the threat before it’s too late. Based on the Washington, D.C., UFO incident of July 1952.
New Amsterdam: “King of Swords”
When a history-making blizzard hits New York, Max (Ryan Eggold) and his staff must work together to keep their patients safe with little resources, even if it means taking to the streets of the city and braving the storm.
Teachers: “Teacher Depreciation Week”
TV Land, 10pm
Ms. Bennigan (Katie O’Brien) attempts to balance being a teacher and a future stepmom, while the teachers go to extreme lengths to raise funds for their classrooms in the new episode “Teacher Depreciation Week.”
Wednesday, March 13
Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal star as former Special Forces operatives who reunite to plan a heist in South America. But when events take an unexpected turn, their skills, loyalties and morals are pushed to the breaking point.
ESPN, beginning at 7pm Live
ESPN’s Wednesday NBA doubleheader has the Brooklyn Nets in Oklahoma City to face the Thunder, followed by Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in Houston for a showdown with James Harden and the Rockets.
NBCSN, beginning at 7pm Live
The Chicago Blackhawks are in Toronto to skate against the Maple Leafs and the New Jersey Devils are in Edmonton for a clash with the Oilers on NBCSN’s Wednesday Night Hockey.
Empire: “My Fault Is Past”
In the spring premiere, the control of Empire is within reach again and the Lyon family must prove the innocence of Lucious (Terrence Howard) and Becky (Gabourey Sidibe) in a data mining scandal.
Zombie House Flipping
In Season 3, millennial house flipper Justin Stamper and his team of renovators continue to transform run-down homes in Florida. Tonight’s episode finds the team fixing a ramshackle house down the street from a brand-new school. With the school’s opening in a couple of months, they see a chance to cash in by creating a family-friendly oasis.
Modern Family: “The Wild”
Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Phil (Ty Burrell) crash Jay’s (Ed O’Neill) annual hiking trip to find an elusive bald eagle after Gloria (Sofia Vergara) asks them to keep an eye on him. Meanwhile, Gloria, Alex (Ariel Winter), Claire (Julie Bowen) and Haley (Sarah Hyland) get together to plan Haley’s baby shower.
The World’s Best
Which one act will pass through the “Wall of the World” judges, plus American judges Drew Barrymore, RuPaul Charles and Faith Hill, to win the title of the World’s Best? Find out in tonight’s season finale!
Star: “When Stars Fall”
In the spring premiere, Star (Jude Demorest) recovers after giving birth, and jeopardizes everything she’s worked hard to achieve.
The Magicians: “Home Improvement”
Penny (Arjun Gupta) licks an egg; Alice (Olivia Taylor Dudley) is jealous of a flower.
Tiny House Nation
In the Season 5 premiere, host John Weisbarth and renovation expert and tiny home innovative designer Zack Giffin take on a rescue mission in Atlanta for a couple who are attempting to build their own tiny house. Not only are they struggling to finish construction, but they are also about to get married, change jobs and move to Maine all in a month’s time.
Whiskey Cavalier: “When in Rome”
Will (Scott Foley) and Frankie (Lauren Cohan) continue to clash, and their growing pains may jeopardize the team’s next mission when they are sent to prevent a terrorist attack in Rome.
Moonshiners: Whiskey Business
Discovery Channel, 10pm
In this spinoff of Moonshiners, moonshine legend Tim Smith uses his lifetime of liquor-making expertise and a team of whiskey experts with their own homegrown know-how to pull struggling distilleries back from the brink and preserve the American tradition of handmade liquor.
You’re the Worst: “Magical Thinking”
Gretchen’s (Aya Cash) anxiety comes to the surface at a major event she’s organized for a client in the new episode “Magical Thinking.”
Deadly Class: “Kids of the Black Hole”
After discovering Chester (Tom Stevens) has taken over Shabnam’s (Isaiah Lehtinen) house, the gang lays down plans to raid it.
Knight Fight: “Tournament Championship”
Seven champions face the toughest fight of their lives in the epic culmination of this armored combat tournament. Facing off in a seven-man Grand Melee, one will be eliminated, and the remaining six will fight in a first ever Three-Team Melee. The four left standing will then fight in a two-on-two Team Melee, which decides who will battle in the final duel. The ultimate duel will have three heats, with three ferocious weapons — flamberge, double-headed battle ax and two-handed war mace. One man will emerge victorious with $20,000.
Thursday, March 14
Grey’s Anatomy: “And Dream of Sheep”
Ties are strained as Andrew (Giacomo Gianniotti) and Carina (guest star Stefania Spampinato) confront an unforgiving family history. Meanwhile, Teddy (Kim Raver) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) work together on a married couple who is expecting, and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) attends a conference for alternative pain relief.
The wait is over as the iconic fashion competition series returns to its original home on Bravo with supersized 90-minute episodes. This season, as the fashion industry evolves, so does the runway, with a new design aesthetic and additions to the judging panel. Supermodel and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss joins as host, with former Project Runway champion and celebrated CFDA fashion designer Christian Siriano as the mentor.
iHeartRadio Music Awards
FOX, 8pm Live
This annual awards ceremony honors music and musicians played on iHeartRadio’s national network of radio stations. Fans vote for the winners in categories ranging from “Song That Left Us Shook” and “Cutest Musician’s Pet” to “Best Cover Song.”
Freeform’s mermaid thriller is taking a few laps out to sea and will return with new episodes later in 2019.
Superstore: “Steps Challenge”
Corporate introduces a friendly step-tracking challenge between Cloud 9 branches, and Amy (America Ferrera), Jonah (Ben Feldman) and Dina (Lauren Ash) create a fake rivalry to inspire Store #1217’s laziest employees. But healthy competition gets increasingly chaotic when the fake rivalry becomes real.
TNT, beginning at 8pm Live
LeBron James leads the L.A. Lakers into Toronto to take on Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors in the first game of TNT’s NBA doubleheader. In the second game, Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks visit Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets.
Fam: “Dance Dance Resolution”
Freddy (recurring guest star Gary Cole) begins seeing Rose (Sheryl Lee Ralph) for therapy after an incident at work in the new episode “Dance Dance Resolution.”
A.P. Bio: “Nuns”
Jack (Glenn Howerton) is offended when he discovers a local church received a sizable bequest from his dead mother and used it to buy a Virgin Mary statue. In an attempt to get revenge, he ropes his students into helping him steal the statue. Meanwhile, Mary (Mary Sohn), Stef (Lyric Lewis) and Principal Durbin (Patton Oswalt) attempt to give the right advice to Michelle (Jean Villepique), who is having marital issues at home, but she ends up getting comfort from an unexpected source.
60 Days In: “Season 5 Reunion”
For the first time, all seven participants will meet with Sheriff Mark Lamb and his team to discuss the craziest moments from their time in Arizona’s Pinal County Jail.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “Gintars”
A visitor from Latvia causes Charles (Joe Lo Truglio) and Jake (Andy Samberg) to investigate Nikolaj’s (Antonio Raul Corbo) family. Holt (Andre Braugher) and Amy (Melissa Fumero) bring in famed forensic scientist Dr. Yee to help close a case for Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz).
Fam: “Party Girl”
In the new episode “Party Girl,” Clem (Nina Dobrev) feels her former “fun” life slipping away and decides to liven up the low-key bachelorette party she originally wanted.
Will & Grace: “Bad Blood”
After Grace’s (Debra Messing) dad, Martin (guest star Robert Klein), is rushed to the hospital with a bleeding ulcer, Grace is shocked when he refuses to take Will’s (Eric McCormack) blood for a transfusion. When Will’s mom, Marilyn (guest star Blythe Danner), finds out, she uncharacteristically takes Martin to task. Meanwhile, Karen’s (Megan Mullally) demands for Jack’s (Sean Hayes) wedding, along with upstaging him during his one-man show, cause Jack to disinvite Karen from his wedding.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: “Missing”
The SVU pursues a suspect when a child is discovered in the trunk of an abandoned car.
Friday, March 15
Saturday Night Live’s Aidy Bryant stars in this six-part take on Lindy West’s hilarious memoir, Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman. Can Annie (Bryant) break from people’s first impressions to become a successful journalist?
In the second half of Season 5, pressures mount on the Bluth family as Buster (Tony Hale) heads toward a murder trial. The Bluth company is on the hook to build a “smart” border wall that puts them in debt and risks exposing a software hoax perpetrated by George-Michael (Michael Cera). Soon, the gay mafia is involved, and it appears that even Michael (Jason Bateman) can’t save the family this time. On top of all that, Tobias (David Cross) becomes a Golden Girl.
Turn Up Charlie
In this new comedy series from the U.K., Idris Elba plays Charlie, a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor who’s given a final chance at success when he reluctantly becomes a manny to his famous friend’s problem-child daughter. Piper Perabo, JJ Feild and Frankie Hervey also star.
Amazon Prime Video
The series’ entire fourth and final season is available for streaming today. Rob (Rob Delaney) and Sharon (Sharon Horgan) have already faced an unexpected pregnancy and, by necessity, an abrupt introduction to parenthood, but this season they face new challenges when Rob is sentenced to community service following his drunk driving accident.
Fresh Off the Boat: “Rancho Contento”
Louis (Randall Park) tries his best to convince Jessica (Constance Wu) to consider early retirement, but she’s having none of it. When Eddie (Hudson Yang) looks for advice on how to be a better person for Tina (Isabel Oliver Marcus) and win her back, he ends up watching her favorite TV show — Sex and the City — for clues.
MacGyver: “Murdoc + Helman + Hit”
In the new episode “Murdoc + Helman + Hit,” MacGyver (Lucas Till) and the Phoenix team are forced to ask Murdoc (David Dastmalchian) for help when Nicholas Helman (Michael Des Barres) resurfaces to carry out a killing spree.
Blindspot: “Frequently Recurring Struggle for Existence”
Jane (Jaimie Alexander) confronts her past as the team rushes to keep a deadly weapon out of a terrorist’s grasp.
Hawaii Five-0: “Pupuhi Ka He’e O Kai Uli (The Octopus of the Deep Spews Its Ink)”
In the new episode “Pupuhi Ka He’e O Kai Uli (The Octopus of the Deep Spews Its Ink),” the investigation into the murder of a window washer reveals that the victim is actually a renowned street artist who may have had a price on his head.
The Blacklist: “Bastien Moreau”
Liz (Megan Boone) and the task force make a play to uncover the truth about an international assassination in a last-ditch effort to save Red’s (James Spader) life.
Mama June: From Not to Hot
WE tv, 9pm
Two years ago, June Shannon underwent a shocking transformation, but she is slipping back into old habits and threatening all her hard-won success. Now, June is locked in a slimdown showdown with her arch-nemesis, facing unexpected pregnancy news and her boyfriend Geno is in trouble with the law. The episode is preceded by a special, “Mama’s Most Outrageous Moments.”
Blue Bloods: “Two-Faced”
Frank’s (Tom Selleck) former partner (returning guest star Treat Williams) airs out NYPD’s dirty laundry in an exposé in the new episode “Two-Faced.”
WE tv, 10pm
The fan-favorite reality show that became part of the pop culture vernacular returns with a vengeance as the most over-the-top, crazy brides wreak wedding hell with all new epic meltdowns, wild bachelorette blowouts, family feuds and more.
Saturday, March 16
St. Patrick’s Day “Leprechaun” Marathon
Syfy, beginning at 5pm
Today and tomorrow, enjoy all of the films in the Leprechaun horror-movie franchise, including tomorrow night’s primetime world TV premiere of Leprechaun Returns (2018).
One Night for One Drop: Imagined by Cirque du Soleil
CBS presents this exclusive Cirque du Soleil event that takes audiences on an empathetic journey, drawing inspiration from human connection, friendship, beauty, nature, love and loss. The performance was recorded at the Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas and benefits One Drop, a world-renowned charity organization dedicated to providing access to safe water around the globe.
Flip That Romance
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
As spring blooms, rival house flippers Jules Briggs (Julie Gonzalo) and Lance Waddell (Tyler Hynes) find themselves renovating dual sides of a duplex. As they attempt to outdo each other every step of the way, the stakes of the renovation escalate, and an old romance is rekindled.
Mommy Group Murder
A new mom joins a local group to help her deal with the stresses of motherhood, but she learns that membership comes at a price. When a member’s husband turns up dead, the new mom is convinced that one of the other moms is responsible and tries to discover the truth before something happens to her own family. Stars Leah Pipes, Helena Mattsson and Ryan Carnes.
Murder Made Me Famous
REELZ Channel, 8pm
New episodes of the series that explores why certain killers capture the attention of millions look at the stories of Pablo Escobar (tonight), Osama bin Laden, Son of Sam, Laurie “Bambi” Bembenek, the Boston Strangler and Richard Speck.
Paige Davis returns as host for this 12-episode season that was filmed across the country. Designers tackle new challenges as varied as teachers’ lounges, twin sisters’ homes, attics, basements and even homes of ex-spouses, among others.
NBA Basketball: Golden State at Oklahoma City
ABC, 8:30pm Live
Two teams battling for Western Conference supremacy meet tonight in Oklahoma City as Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors face Russell Westbrook and the Thunder.
Ransom: “Life and Limb”
In the new episode “Life and Limb,” the team is forced to confront Eric’s (Luke Roberts) policy of letting perpetrators go free when a kidnapper from a past case returns and threatens to harm a child.
REELZ Channel, 9pm
This series tells the stories of celebrities who gained fame for doing things far outside the bounds of legality and morality. From Anthony Weiner descending from rising political star to sex offender, to one of the world’s richest heiresses, Patty Hearst, robbing a bank at gunpoint, to Aaron Hernandez going from reigning as a wealthy NFL star to being convicted of murder and ultimately taking his own life behind bars, Notorious explores the darker side of fame. Tonight’s premiere episode focuses on Griselda Blanco, the godmother of cocaine.
While You Were Out
TLC & HGTV, 9pm
Ananda Lewis hosts this reboot in which an all-star cast of designers from both TLC and HGTV get a $10,000-per-room budget to design one room in neighboring houses after the homeowner sends their significant other on a weekend getaway. Each episode culminates in the ultimate surprise reveal upon their return.
Formula One: Australian Grand Prix
ESPN, 1am Live (late night)
Formula One’s season starts in Melbourne’s Albert Park with the Australian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel won in Melbourne last year, but Lewis Hamilton went on to win his fifth career F1 drivers’ championship.