All Times Eastern.
Thursday, March 14
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.
Iconic fashion moments will be created on our catwalk.
— Bravo (@BravoTV) March 12, 2019
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.
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.
Sunday, March 17
ABC & ESPN, beginning at 3:30pm Live
Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers visit Fiserv Forum for a matinee against Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks on ABC. Tonight on ESPN, Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves battle James Harden and the Rockets in Houston.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Auto Club 400
FOX, 3:30pm Live
NASCAR’s West Coast spring tour wraps up at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., as Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski, Kurt Busch, Aric Almirola, Chase Elliott and 2018 Cup Series champion Joey Logano compete in the Auto Club 400.
2019 NCAA Basketball Selection Show
CBS, 6pm Live
The 68-team NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament field is announced live on CBS, featuring analysis, discussion, interviews and reactions from teams’ coaches and players.
God Friended Me: “The Dragon Slayer”
Miles (Brandon Micheal Hall) gets an offer to join a podcast network that wants exclusive rights to the God Account story in the new episode “The Dragon Slayer.”
The Simpsons: “E My Sports”
Guest Star Alert!
Natasha Lyonne and Ken Jeong lend their voices to the episode where Bart excels in video game competitions and — d’oh! — Homer discovers that he actually likes coaching his son.
Mommy’s Little Princess
After a tough upbringing by a drug-addicted mother, 10-year-old Lizzy (Sarah Abbott) is adopted by Julianna (Alicia Leigh Willis) and her boyfriend, Greg. Hoping to help Lizzy learn more about who she is, Julianna buys an online genetics test, and they discover that Lizzy is related to a German royal family. As Lizzy’s unhealthy fascination with being a princess grows, she begins to blur fantasy and reality, and her actions turn deadly.
NCIS: Los Angeles: “Till Death Do Us Part”
The NCIS family celebrates the wedding of Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) in the new episode “Till Death Do Us Part.”
This four-part documentary series tracks the rise and fall of President Richard Nixon. Never-before-seen footage will be among the elements used to chronicle Nixon’s early political maneuvers in California, the game-changing Kennedy-Nixon debates and Nixon’s disgraceful exit from politics in the wake of the Watergate scandal.
A fresh new rivalry is promised for the series’ fourth season. Axe’s (Damian Lewis) newest archenemy is his former protégé Taylor (Asia Kate Dillon), who left him to form a new hedge fund. Maybe Chuck (Paul Giamatti) and Axe will work together this season?
Epic Yellowstone: “Return of the Predators”
Smithsonian Channel, 9pm
The new episode “Return of the Predators” looks at two animal species that have made a strong comeback in Yellowstone. Follow ferocious wolves of the Wapiti Lake Pack as they keep Yellowstone’s bison herds in check, and see how a mother grizzly bear defends her cubs and teaches them to hunt newborn elk.
Madam Secretary: “The New Normal”
In the new episode “The New Normal,” a super typhoon threatens a small Pacific island, and Elizabeth (Téa Leoni) tries to relocate its population before the storm makes landfall.
Good Girls: “You Have Reached the Voicemail of Leslie Peterson”
Tensions between the women, Boomer (guest star David Hornsby) and Mary Pat (Allison Tolman) reach a boiling point. Meanwhile, Beth (Christina Hendricks) must intervene when Kenny (Braxton Bjerken) gets in trouble at school.
Ride With Norman Reedus
AMC, 12:14am (late night)
Norman Reedus and shock rocker Marilyn Manson take Tennessee by storm. Reedus laughs, “I put him in a sidecar of an old motorcycle and kind of bounced him down the streets of Nashville as he was yelling at me the whole time.”
Monday, March 18
Arrow: “Star City 2040”
The CW, 8pm
Mia (guest star Katherine McNamara) and William (guest star Ben Lewis) venture into the Glades on a dangerous mission. There, they run into Dinah (Juliana Harkavy), Roy (Colton Haynes) and Zoe (guest star Andrea Sixtos), who deliver some devastating news.
The Voice: “The Blind Auditions, Part 6”
The Blind Auditions come to an end as coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton all vie to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon. The remaining artists compete for one last chance to be selected to fill the final spots on the coaches’ teams.
TCM Remembers Stanley Donen
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Turner Classic Movies remembers legendary director/choreographer Stanley Donen, who passed away Feb. 21 at the age of 94, with a five-film tribute. The evening begins with the hourlong special Private Screenings: Stanley Donen, a 2006 interview between the filmmaker and host Robert Osborne. This is followed by back-to-back airings of classic Donen films: Singin’ in the Rain (1952), On the Town (1949), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Royal Wedding (1951) and It’s Always Fair Weather (1955).
Man With a Plan: “Hotel Hanky Panky”
Adam (Matt LeBlanc) and Andi (Liza Snyder) are eager to book a night away in a hotel after Teddy (Matthew McCann) keeps sleeping in their bed in the new episode “Hotel Hanky Panky.”
Spring Baking Championship
Food Network, 9pm
Vibrant colors, fresh fruits and bright flavors are on display as 10 of the best bakers in the country compete for the title of Spring Baking Champion and a $50,000 prize. Host Clinton Kelly and beloved judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale keep the critiques and the fun flowing as the competitors show off their skills with an inspiring array of springtime treats.
The hit first-responder drama from creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear returns with new episodes.
The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley
This latest documentary from filmmaker Alex Gibney — whose award-winning prior films include Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room and Taxi to the Dark Side — traces the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes and her formerly hot medical technology startup Theranos.
POV: “306 Hollywood”
Take a magical journey to the house at 306 Hollywood Ave., where two siblings begin an epic excavation of their late grandmother’s belongings. Lip-synced conversations and dramatic animations come to life in this magical realist documentary.
Of Fathers and Sons
After his Sundance award-winning documentary The Return to Homs, Talal Derki returned to his homeland, where he gained the trust of a radical Islamist family, sharing their daily life for more than two years. His camera focuses mainly on the children — 13-year-old Osama and his 12-year-old brother Ayman — and provides rare insight into what it means to grow up with a father whose only dream is to establish an Islamic caliphate. They both love and admire their father and obey his words but have varying dreams of their own. The film captures the moment when the children have to let go of their youth and are finally turned into Jihadi fighters.
Dwight in Shining Armor
When Dwight (Sloane Morgan Siegel), a 21st-century suburban teen, falls down a hole and into an ancient, underground chamber, he lands lip-to-lip with Gretta (Caitlin Carmichael), a princess who has been asleep for a thousand years. His “kiss” awakens Gretta and makes Dwight her de facto champion until all of her enemies are defeated. “Dwight had everything under control, but he learns that having everything under control isn’t how to live,” explains Siegel. “While experiencing all of these crazy characters and creatures and things, he becomes his own version of a hero.”
After a devastating defeat in prosecuting A-list celeb Severen “Sevvy” Johnson (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) in an O.J. Simpson-esque murder trial, District Attorney Maya Travis (Robin Tunney) flees Los Angeles for rural Washington state, and a quieter life. Eight years later, another woman with ties to the star is murdered, and Maya is lured back to Los Angeles, set on justice, redemption … and revenge. Scott Cohen, Adam Rayner and Breckin Meyer also star in this pulse-pounding legal thriller cowritten and executive produced by attorney and author Marcia Clark.
The Enemy Within: “Confessions”
When intelligence obtained by Shepherd (Jennifer Carpenter) during her stint at the notorious ADMAX prison is linked to a pending attack on U.S. soil, Keaton (Morris Chestnut) and the Cointel team embark on a manhunt to find and stop a deadly international operative. Keaton confronts questions of loyalty and betrayal when it comes to Anna Cruz (guest star Coral Peña) and his late fiancée’s father, Thomas Heffron (guest star Robert Gossett).
Tuesday, March 19
NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: First Four
truTV, beginning at 6:30pm Live
The 2019 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament begins tonight and tomorrow in Dayton, Ohio, with the First Four games on truTV.
The Flash: “Time Bomb”
The CW, 8pm
Team Flash finds out that a suburban mom named Vickie Bolen (guest star Catherine Lough Haggquist) is in danger, and they race to save her. Upon meeting her, they discover she’s a meta-human who is hiding her abilities from her family. Barry (Grant Gustin) encourages Vickie to share her secret with her family, which makes Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) realize she needs to come clean with her parents about Thawne (Tom Cavanagh).
The Kids Are Alright: “Wendi’s House”
Mike (Michael Cudlitz) and Peggy (Mary McCormack) are sympathetic when Wendi’s (Kennedy Lea Slocum) parents split up until Peggy realizes that Wendi’s parents left her in the house alone, giving her and Eddie (Caleb Foote) an unsupervised love nest. Elsewhere, Joey (Christopher Paul Richards) goes undercover to enter a cockroach in a race at a nearby bar.
Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) want to send Kyra (Quvenzhané Wallis) to Valley Glen Prep, but after the school treats them like a charity case, they are infuriated. Meanwhile, Junior (Marcus Scribner) wants to get a job as Josh’s (Jeff Meacham) assistant at Stevens & Lido.
Rob Lowe hosts this thrilling new competition series that pushes every aspect of human intelligence and mental agility. Each episode finds people from all walks of life battling to quickly and accurately answer questions that challenge their knowledge, memory, and puzzle-solving and sequencing abilities while they are physically transported around the set in a specially designed, rotating capsule.
Restored by the Fords
Brother-sister duo Steve and Leanne Ford bring their daring design style to quirky Pittsburgh-area homes. Leanne, an interior designer, and Steve, a licensed contractor and renovator, help their clients preserve the homes’ original architectural details and infuse the properties with unique design elements, including textured walls, creative ceilings and custom exposed staircases.
One of a Kind
This eight-episode series stars home renovator and interior designer Grace Mitchell as she creates eclectic, imaginative spaces in Fort Worth, Texas. Throughout the series, Grace amazes homeowners with out-of-the-box ideas such as wall art made from a rusted antique car, a fiber optic night sky on a dining room ceiling and custom 3D wallpaper.
Lost Gold of World War II
Legend has it that in the final days of World War II, Japanese soldiers led by Gen. Yamashita, along with Allied POWs, constructed secret tunnels and hid treasure worth hundreds of billions of dollars in them. Now, a group of dedicated investigators and engineers is using the latest technology to search for the treasure, and the truth.
This drama follows a group of people dwelling in the same Brooklyn apartment building. While they aren’t related by blood, they have become an unlikely family as they help one another through their struggles. “The Village is not at all foreign to me,” said star Lorraine Toussaint at a press conference. “It’s an old New York that I knew. Sometimes gentrification can take away some of the family elements in the city. I’m so happy that our show, with the extraordinary, diverse characters in it, is able to bring back a New York that I grew up living in.”
Teachers: “Wedded Miss”
TV Land, 10pm
In the Teachers series finale episode “Wedded Miss,” the teachers scramble to save Ms. Bennigan’s (Katie O’Brien) wedding day when everything that possibly could go wrong does.
Temptation Island: “Final Bonfire, Part 1”
USA Network, 10pm
The couples reunite at their final bonfire to make the most important decision of their lives.
Wednesday, March 20
Hulu gets in on the true-crime trend with this anthology about seemingly ordinary types — who aren’t at all what they appear. Patricia Arquette plays Dee Dee Blanchard, a Missouri single mom who lied that her totally healthy daughter Gypsy (Joey King) had brain damage, cancer, asthma — you name it — and scored charity from it. “They looked like a loving mother and daughter,” says cowriter and executive producer Michelle Dean, “but they had a big secret that eventually tore them apart.”
World Figure Skating Championships
The figure skating season ends with the World Championships in Saitama, Japan. Coverage of the competition begins today on NBCSN with the ladies’ short program. NBC’s coverage features the men’s and ladies’ free skates in primetime on Saturday, and a recap special on April 14.
NBCSN, beginning at 7:30pm Live
A Wednesday Night Hockey doubleheader on NBCSN has the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Washington Capitals, followed by the Winnipeg Jets at the Anaheim Ducks.
The Goldbergs: “Eight-bit Goldbergs”
Adam (Sean Giambrone) is thrilled when he has to design his own video game for school, so he turns to his family for inspiration. Meanwhile, Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) is worried about Pops’ (George Segal) gambling and ropes Bill Lewis (David Koechner) into her latest scheme.
Empire: “In Loving Virtue”
With the reputation of the family business on the line, the Lyons strategize on how to clean up the mess that Kingsley (A.Z. Kelsey) made and introduce a new and improved Empire.
Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists
This Pretty Little Liars spinoff follows Alison DiLaurentis and Mona Vanderwaal (played by Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish), who find themselves living in a small, Portland-area town where Alison is teaching at a prestigious college. Series executive producer I. Marlene King is excited to share new chapters for the complicated characters, especially Ali. “What we’re really having fun with in PLL: The Perfectionists is watching the transformation and really shining a light on Alison’s transformation from mean girl to mentor.”
The Voice: “The Best of the Blinds”
This special episode looks at the best moments of the season so far and chronicles the contestants’ journey from the blind auditions to next week’s battles.
Modern Family: “Stand by Your Man”
Dylan (Reid Ewing) and Luke (Nolan Gould) are really impressed with Bill’s (guest star Jimmy Tatro) tales of heroism and survival as a firefighter, which make Phil (Ty Burrell) feel emasculated. To impress the guys, he invites them over for a little male-bonding moment that goes terribly wrong.
All American: “Championships”
The CW, 9pm
Spencer (Daniel Ezra) suffers a devastating setback and gets strength from an unlikely source. Billy (Taye Diggs), while focused on the championship game, realizes that he has to face some tough truths in order to get his family back.
The Magicians: “The Serpent”
Quentin (Jason Ralph) eats a quesadilla; Kady (Jade Tailor) and Zelda (Mageina Tovah) share a smoke.
SEAL Team: “What Appears to Be”
Bravo Team works with the Congolese Army on a covert mission to capture the head of a rebel militia group in the new episode “What Appears to Be.”
Grammy winner Michael Bublé is back with his seventh music special for NBC, billed as the singer’s most personal to date. The program takes audiences on a musical journey through his career and features six songs from his new album, Love, including “When You’re Smiling” and “Such a Night.” Accompanied by a 36-piece orchestra, Bublé will also perform classic songs that inspired his early career, like “Fly Me to the Moon,” and a selection of romantic standards, including a duet with Cécile McLorin Salvant on “La Vie en Rose.”
Deadly Class: “Sink With California”
As Season 1 of the darkly humorous, ’80s-set series comes to a close, the gang raids Chester manor, while across town, Lin (Benedict Wong) runs with his daughter from El Diablo.
Thursday, March 21
NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: First Round
CBS, TBS, TNT & truTV, beginning at 12pm Live
With the First Four games finished, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament begins in earnest with first-round action from around the country today and tomorrow on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV.
Grey’s Anatomy: “Add It Up”
Maggie (Kelly McCreary) introduces mood rooms as an alternative approach to medicine. Alex (Justin Chambers) and DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) butt heads over an 11-year-old patient who tries to sabotage her own surgery. Jackson (Jesse Williams) and Richard (James Pickens Jr.) deal with a gender non-binary patient. Meanwhile, Teddy (Kim Raver) has a pregnancy scare that brings Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Koracick (Greg Germann) to odds.
Gotham: “I Am Bane”
Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and Bruce (David Mazouz) find themselves face-to-face with Eduardo, who is newly transformed into the powerful brute Bane.
With a massive snowstorm bearing down on St. Louis and an unsympathetic home office, the Cloud 9 employees and customers get snowed in, leading to escalating tensions and in-fighting.
A.P. Bio: “Wednesday Morning, 8 AM”
In the hectic 30 minutes that start every day at Whitlock, Jack (Glenn Howerton) tries to retrieve his massage chair from Whitlock’s intriguing payroll accountant, Lynette. Durbin (Patton Oswalt) and Helen prepare for the morning announcements, Michelle (Jean Villepique) gives a eulogy, and Mary (Mary Sohn) and Stef (Lyric Lewis) fix an art emergency.
The Orville: “Lasting Impressions”
Guest Star Alert!
Leighton Meester guest-stars when members of the Orville’s crew open a time capsule from 2015.
Bring It!: “Bring It Live! Detour”
The Dancing Dolls hit the road for the Bring It Live! tour, but roadblocks along the way leave the fate of the tour in serious danger.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “The Therapist”
Charles (Joe Lo Truglio) brings Jake (Andy Samberg) into a case when a therapist reports one of his patients missing. Holt (Andre Braugher) finds out Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz) has a new girlfriend that everyone else has met. Amy (Melissa Fumero) believes she has accidentally received a package meant for Terry (Terry Crews).
Will & Grace: “Conscious Coupling”
When both Will’s (Eric McCormack) and Grace’s (Debra Messing) boyfriends, McCoy (guest star Matt Bomer) and Noah (guest star David Schwimmer), ask them to move in, the friends use each other as their excuse to get out of it. Meanwhile, a snowstorm keeps Karen (Megan Mullally) at the office, where she meets Nikki (guest star Samira Wiley), a woman who works upstairs. The storm also traps Jack (Sean Hayes) in an elevator, causing him to reunite with an old flame, Drew (guest star Ryan Pinkston), which tests Jack’s commitment to a monogamous lifestyle.
Better Things: “Monsters in the Moonlight”
Sam (Pamela Adlon) decides to speak up about working conditions on a film set in the new episode “Monsters in the Moonlight.”
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: “Blackout”
When Defense Attorney Nikki Staines (guest star Callie Thorne) is raped after a police charity event, Benson (Mariska Hargitay) reluctantly looks to her own for a suspect.
Friday, March 22
Amazon Prime Video
The triple Oscar-nominated film (for Best Foreign Language Film, Best Director for Pawel Pawlikowski and Best Cinematography for Lukasz Zal) from Poland comes to the streaming service. This beautiful black-and-white love story is set against the background of the 1950s Cold War and follows a music director (Tomasz Kot) who falls for a Polish singer (Joanna Kulig) and tries to persuade her to flee her communist homeland for France.
In this fictionalized version of the real events behind the infamous “Nirbhaya” case — the 2012 gang-rape and fatal assault of a woman in India’s South Delhi — Delhi police seek the men who perpetrated the crime.
Based on the bestselling autobiography from rock band Mötley Crüe, this film tells the story of four misfits who rose from the streets of Hollywood to the heights of international fame.
The OA Part II
The mind-bending story returns, following OA (Brit Marling) as she navigates a new dimension, one in which she had a completely different life as a Russian heiress, and one in which she once again finds herself as Hap’s (Jason Isaacs) captive.
Fresh Off the Boat: “Vice Mommy”
Jessica (Constance Wu) starts her college classes, leaving Evan (Ian Chen) in charge at home as “vice mommy,” but the transition doesn’t go smoothly. Eddie (Hudson Yang) and Louis (Randall Park) run into conflict when Eddie just wants his dad to treat him as an employee — not as a son — at Cattleman’s Ranch.
Blindspot: “The One Where Jane Visits an Old Friend”
The FBI is hot on Madeline’s (guest star Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) heels as Jane (Jaimie Alexander) seeks help from a familiar enemy.
Outraged that JJ’s (Micah Fowler) girlfriend, Izzy (Kayla Maisonet), declines his invitation to prom, Dylan (Kyla Kenedy) and Ray (Mason Cook) swing for the fences with a bold plan to make her jealous. Jimmy (John Ross Bowie), Kenneth (Cedric Yarbrough) and Melanie (Sarah Chalke) coach Maya (Minnie Driver) through accepting criticism for the good of her company.
The Blacklist: “Bastien Moreau: Conclusion”
Cooper (Harry Lennix) puts his reputation on the line to appeal to the White House on Red’s (James Spader) behalf, as Liz (Megan Boone) and the task force resume their search for The Corsican (guest star Christopher Lambert), a Blacklister with ties to an international conspiracy. Meanwhile, Samar’s (Mozhan Marnò) abilities in the field are tested.
Great Performances: “Birgit Nilsson: A League of Her Own”
Celebrate the life of Swedish soprano Birgit Nilsson, the face of opera in the 1950s-70s. This performance documentary showcases her greatest roles, including in Elektra and the Ring cycle, plus features interviews with Plácido Domingo and others.
Saturday, March 23
NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Second Round
CBS, TBS, TNT, beginning at 12pm Live
The 32 teams still alive in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament field compete in the second round today on CBS, TBS and TNT. Second round coverage continues tomorrow on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV.
Love to the Rescue
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
When two families both want to adopt the same precious pooch, they agree to cofoster the dog for a month to determine the best home for the dog. But when the dog parenting styles of free-spirited studio animator Kate Healy (Nikki DeLoach) and type-A go-getter Eric Dees (Michael Rady) clash, the two must work together to find a middle ground.
A Daughter’s Deception
After being forced to give up her daughter for adoption, Laura is thrilled to welcome her now adult daughter Bree back into her life. She quickly discovers that Bree is a sociopath with murderous tendencies who poses a clear and present danger to anyone who gets in her way. Stars Jade Harlow, Rusty Joiner, Kennedy Tucker, Skyler Wright, René Ashton and Brian McGovern.
The Atlanta Child Murders
Investigation Discovery, 9pm
This documentary revisits the horrific events that occurred in Atlanta between 1979-81, when more than 20 African-American children were murdered. It was a case that made national headlines, yet decades later, no one has been tried for the crimes, and the children’s killer has never been confirmed. This three-hour special examines shocking new evidence and unearths once-secret investigations in an effort to shed more light on the mystery.