All Times Eastern.
Thursday, March 28
Major League Baseball
ESPN, beginning at 1pm Live
The 2019 Major League Baseball regular season opens today, and ESPN airs a tripleheader featuring the Baltimore Orioles at the N.Y. Yankees, the Arizona Diamondbacks at the defending NL champion L.A. Dodgers and the 2018 World Series champion Boston Red Sox at the Seattle Mariners.
— Yasiel Puig (@YasielPuig) March 26, 2019
“Futurama” 20th Anniversary Marathon
Syfy, beginning at 6am
Good news, everyone! Celebrating two decades of Simpsons creator Matt Groening’s follow-up series Futurama (which premiered on this date in 1999), this 24-hour marathon of the sci-fi-spoofing animated comedy will feature fan-favorite episodes in primetime.
NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Regionals
CBS & TBS, beginning at 7pm Live
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 regional semifinals are held today and tomorrow in Louisville (South); Anaheim, Calif., (West); Washington, D.C., (East); and Kansas City (Midwest). The Elite 8 regional finals are Saturday (TBS) and Sunday (CBS).
Grey’s Anatomy: “Silent All These Years”
When a trauma patient arrives at Grey Sloan, it forces Jo (Camilla Luddington) to confront her past. Meanwhile, Bailey (Chandra Wilson) and Ben (Jason George) have to talk to Tuck (BJ Tanner) about dating.
Jonah (Ben Feldman) and Amy’s (America Ferrera) first Valentine’s Day together gets derailed when Dina (Lauren Ash) brings her birds to work, which also causes trouble for Garrett (Colton Dunn). Meanwhile, Cheyenne (Nichole Bloom) offers to give Marcus (guest star Jon Barinholtz) a sentimental tattoo, and Glenn (Mark McKinney) makes videos for his daughter to watch while he’s at work.
A.P. Bio: “Toledo’s Top 100”
Jack (Glenn Howerton) is aghast to learn he didn’t make the Top 10 in Toledo’s Top 100 bachelors list, while Durbin (Patton Oswalt) did. Meanwhile, Victor (Jacob Houston) and Eduardo decide it’s time to reveal their feelings to their unexpected crushes.
Legacies: “There’s Always a Loophole”
The CW, 9pm
When a group of unwelcome visitors descends upon the Salvatore School, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) leads the charge to keep her friends safe. Meanwhile, MG (Quincy Fouse) uncovers a secret about his mother, and Josie (Kaylee Bryant) finds herself in a dire situation.
Little Women: Atlanta
Big drama comes in small packages in Season 5. After firing their manager, the Tiny Twinz are under a deadline to get their career back on track; Juicy meets with the Street Execs and gets a huge opportunity; and Monie is devastated by news that could change her and her family’s lives.
Will & Grace: “The Things We Do for Love”
The morning after his bachelor party, Jack (Sean Hayes) realizes he’s lost one of the 13 gold coins he is to present to Estefan (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez) at their wedding so that their relationship will not be forever cursed. Although Grace (Debra Messing) denies it, Will (Eric McCormack) becomes concerned that she is the only one compromising in her relationship with Noah (guest star David Schwimmer). Karen (Megan Mullally) makes it official when she shows up at Grace and Noah’s dinner party with her new date, Nikki (guest star Samira Wiley).
Stop in at the “best bar in San Diego” and you’ll find Abby (Natalie Morales), who runs this unlicensed neighborhood hangout in her backyard, along with a colorful cast of oddballs who call the place home. Just be prepared to follow some rules. Neil Flynn (The Middle, Scrubs) also stars in this comedy from Michael Schur (The Good Place, Parks and Recreation) and Josh Malmuth (Superstore, New Girl).
Better Things: “No Limit”
Sam (Pamela Adlon) is having nightmares, and stress is affecting her health in the new episode “No Limit.”
Sal, Joe, Q and Murr return for their eighth season of hysterical high jinks. Last year the series ranked as the No. 2 original cable comedy in primetime for adults 18-49 throughout the second half of the year.
On the heels of the breakout theatrical release of Super Troopers 2, co-creators and stars Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme will be donning new uniforms in this 10-episode comedy, which is set in a firehouse in one of America’s rainiest cities. This firehouse stays entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries and bizarre emergency calls. Leading the firehouse shenanigans are Chief Terry McConky (Heffernan) and Capt. Eddie Penisi (Lemme), alongside an eclectic crew played by series regulars Hassie Harrison (Southbound), Eugene Cordero (Black Monday, The Good Place), Marcus Henderson (Get Out) and Gabriel Hogan (Heartland).
Friday, March 29
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star in John Lee Hancock’s (The Blind Side) drama that follows the untold true story of the legendary detectives who brought down notorious outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
Set in near-future Paris, this sci-fi series is about an app that matches singles with their soulmates by mining their brain data. But decoding true love comes at a price.
Fresh Off the Boat: “Nerd Watching”
Evan’s (Ian Chen) friends are wowed by Eddie’s (Hudson Yang) coolness when he starts hanging out with them, making Evan feel like a complete nerd. Louis (Randall Park) and Jessica (Constance Wu) become convinced that Grandma (Lucille Soong) is being scammed by an internet lothario in Chile.
The Blacklist: “Robert Vesco/The Osterman Umbrella Company”
In the first of two back-to-back episodes, Red (James Spader) and the task force hunt for legendary fugitive Robert Vesco (guest star Stacy Keach), one of history’s most notorious con men. In the following episode, Red directs Liz (Megan Boone) to investigate a secret organization of assassins hired by global intelligence agencies to eliminate former agents — a case with ramifications that will change the task force forever.
Speechless: “ON THE R-O– ROAD A-G– AGAIN”
The DiMeos set out for one last “JJ Adventure” before he heads to college, but things get bumpy when the family takes an ill-advised shortcut. Maya (Minnie Driver) and Kenneth’s (Cedric Yarbrough) relationship is tested when they disagree over who knows JJ’s (Micah Fowler) needs best. Meanwhile, Jimmy (John Ross Bowie), JJ and Dylan (Kyla Kenedy) find fun they shouldn’t be having.
Great Performances: “Julius Caesar”
Experience Shakespeare as never before in an all-female production of Julius Caesar set in a prison, from the Donmar Warehouse.
Saturday, March 30
Ransom: “Stay of Execution”
In the new episode “Stay of Execution,” Eric (Luke Roberts) and his team help a death row inmate who gets a “ransom” letter offering exonerating evidence in exchange for $500,000.
A Brush With Love
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Discouraged artist Jamie is convinced by her best friend to paint a portrait of the “perfect man,” and when it is finished, they discover that it resembles a real-life Prince Charming named Michael. Jamie and Michael embark on a whirlwind romance, but when Jamie starts spending time with her friend’s blue-collar brother, she finds herself torn between the man who’s perfect on paper, and someone who’s perfectly imperfect.
The Killer Next Door
After Julie’s husband dies in a car crash, she and her son Matty move across the country to start fresh and build a closer relationship with her late husband’s twin sister, Alison. But Alison blames Julie for her brother’s death and wants her nephew Matty — a spitting image of her dead twin — all to herself. Stars Andrea Bogart, Hannah Barefoot and John-Michael Carlton.
Discovery Channel, 9pm
Following its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year in the prestigious U.S. Documentary Competition, this film makes its television debut tonight. Directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Ross Kauffman (Born Into Brothels) and produced by Oscar winner Fisher Stevens (The Cove), Tigerland follows Russian scientist Pavel Fomenko and the conservationist family of Kailash Sankhala of India in their efforts to lead tiger-preservation movements that strive to keep this legendary but endangered big cat from disappearing entirely.
Animal ER Live
Nat Geo Wild, 9pm Live
This four-week event series, airing live on Saturday and Sunday nights, follows animal emergencies in real time as they occur at animal hospitals and mobile vet emergency units across the country. The series is anchored by veterinary experts in a studio in New York City and embeds camera crews across the country with teams of specialized veterinarians as they work to save the lives of pets.
50th NAACP Image Awards
TV One, 9pm Live
The Image Awards mark half a century of celebrating the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of television, music, literature and film, and of honoring people or groups who have promoted social justice through creative endeavors.
Saturday Night Live: “Sandra Oh/Tame Impala”
NBC, 11:30pm Live
Just ahead of the second season premiere of her BBC America hit Killing Eve, Sandra Oh makes her SNL hosting debut, joined by musical guest Tame Impala, also making their first appearance on the show.
Sunday, March 31
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: O’Reilly Auto Parts 500
FOX, 3pm Live
There’s going to be a shootout at Texas Motor Speedway as Monster Energy NASCAR Cup stars Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski, Kurt Busch, Aric Almirola, Chase Elliott and 2018 Cup Series champion Joey Logano try to outduel each other at the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500.
Major League Baseball
ESPN, beginning at 4pm Live
Major League Baseball opening day festivities continue today with a doubleheader on ESPN beginning with the Chicago Cubs at the Texas Rangers. Then the Atlanta Braves visit the Philadelphia Phillies in the regular-season debut of Sunday Night Baseball.
God Friended Me: “The Road to Damascus”
Arthur (Joe Morton) joins Miles (Brandon Micheal Hall) on a road trip upstate after the God Account checks into a closed-down summer camp in the new episode “The Road to Damascus.”
Call the Midwife
As the eighth season of the hit drama begins, it’s the spring of 1964, and everyone is excited for the queen to give birth. With the addition of two new midwives who have been sent to live and work with the team in Poplar, Nonnatus House feels full once more.
Bob’s Burgers: “Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now”
Guest Star Alert!
Andrew Rannells, Josh Gad, Daveed Diggs and Rory O’Malley lend their voices to an episode where Tina becomes convinced that she’s met the love of her life and disguises herself as a boy to sneak in to the Boyz 4 Now auditions and find him.
NCIS: Los Angeles: “Searching”
Guest Star Alert!
Wrestling legends Bill Goldberg and Shane McMahon guest-star in the new episode “Searching.” U.S. Department of Justice Agent Lance Hamilton (Goldberg) asks Sam (LL Cool J) for assistance in locating a former border patrol tactical officer who disappeared following a threat by a cartel.
Keeping Up With the Kardashians
The Kardashian clan returns for their 16th season.
Mrs. Wilson on Masterpiece
Meet Alison Wilson, a recent widow who discovers her spy novelist husband was secretly married to three other women. Determined to uncover the truth about the man she loved, she soon finds herself at the center of a mystery that proves truth can be stranger than fiction. Portraying her own grandmother, actress Ruth Wilson (The Affair, Luther) stars alongside Iain Glen.
Epic Yellowstone: “Down the River Wild”
Smithsonian Channel, 9pm
As the longest undammed river in the contiguous United States, the Yellowstone River moves untamed through its nearly 700-mile journey. In the Epic Yellowstone finale “Down the River Wild,” see how wildlife like river otters, trumpeter swans, grizzlies, bison and salmon face the challenges of the often treacherous waters.
Madam Secretary: “Ready”
In the new episode “Ready,” a NATO ally carries out a state-sponsored assassination attempt against one of its own citizens, who is also a U.S. resident and old friend of Elizabeth’s (Téa Leoni).
Good Girls: “Everything Must Go”
Beth (Christina Hendricks) must turn to Dean (Matthew Lillard) for help as Turner (James Lesure) gets closer to the truth about their crimes, but she unwittingly uncovers a troubling secret about Dean when a familiar face from the past returns.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns as Selina Meyer, the former vice president and president, as she hits the campaign trail in search of another term in the Oval Office. The comedy took a nearly two-year hiatus while its star successfully battled breast cancer, but is back for seven episodes in the series’ seventh and final season. Louis-Dreyfus shares, “I think that where our show ends up ultimately is a place I’m very happy about, and I think it will surprise viewers, too.”
Monday, April 1
This anime version of the classic Japanese superhero series takes place years after Ultraman has disappeared. When a man named Shinjiro learns of his connection to the legendary hero, he dons the famous metallic ultra-suit to fight new aliens.
30 Minute Meals
Food Network, 12pm
Although nothing beats a home-cooked meal, getting in the kitchen and making one can feel daunting when time is short and apps to order takeout are just a click away. That’s why Rachael Ray is back with her game-changing series to demonstrate that satisfying, homemade dinner options from her own recipes are easy to make in 30 minutes or less.
This hidden camera show is perfect for April Fools’ Day! In each episode, celebrities are transformed by a team of special effects artists and go undercover as substitute teachers to surprise a class of unsuspecting students. In the premiere episode, Jace Norman (Henry Danger) goes undercover at Burbank Middle School and teaches subjects ranging from gym to science.
The Neighborhood: “Welcome to the Camping Trip”
Dave (Max Greenfield) is surprised by Calvin’s (Cedric the Entertainer) idea of roughing it when the families go camping together in the new episode “Welcome to the Camping Trip.”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
The CW, 8pm
It’s fitting that the Arrowverse’s most mischievous heroes are finally back on April Fools’ Day (in a new timeslot) — but their ongoing hunt for Constantine’s (Matt Ryan) demonic foe Neron is still no joke, especially now that the big bad has possessed the exorcist’s beloved ex, Desmond (Christian Keyes).
Jesus: His Life: “Mary: The First Miracles/Caiaphas: The Raising of Lazarus”
Mary, the mother of Jesus, is torn between wanting to protect her son and letting him go to fulfill his sacrificial destiny when the time is right. Until Jesus is 30, only she and Joseph know his mysterious mission. But as Jesus’ work becomes public, he puts his life — and that of his family — in increasing danger. Caiaphas, high priest of Jerusalem and religious leader of the Jewish people, faces an impossible dilemma. Caught between determination to preserve his faith and the repressive might of Rome, Caiaphas eventually decides Jesus must be stopped.
Star of the Month: Greta Garbo
TCM celebrates the career of Greta Garbo, who rose to stardom from poverty in Sweden only to abandon her successful acting career at its peak. Tonight’s marathon of films follows her early silent career with titles like Torrent (1926) and The Temptress (1926). The movie marathons continue through the week with Tuesday featuring films like Romance (1930) and Grand Hotel (1932), Wednesday’s lineup touching on historical dramas like Anna Karenina (1935), Thursday spotlighting Garbo and John Gilbert, and Friday covering her final years.
Man With a Plan: “Adam Acts His Age”
In the new episode “Adam Acts His Age,” Adam (Matt LeBlanc) throws out his back on his 50th birthday, but he is still determined to take a dirt bike excursion and check it off his bucket list.
Magnum P.I.: “The Day It All Came Together”
Jordana Brewster and Brian Austin Green guest-star in the Season 1 finale. Magnum’s (Jay Hernandez) ex-girlfriend, Hannah (Brewster), shows up at Magnum’s home with a gunshot wound, desperately needing to find her missing father, a CIA operative.
Discovery Channel, 9pm
The best of Oklahoma City’s street racers return for a new season, with new challenges. This time, the 405 drivers — including fan favorites like Farmtruck, AZN and race master Big Chief — find themselves banding together like never before as they attempt to put their pasts behind them and focus on winning street races.
National Geographic, 9pm
Bear Grylls hosts and narrates this new nature documentary series exploring the animal kingdom’s epic stories of survival in the world’s most extreme environments. In the premiere episode, “Mountains,” snow leopards, golden eagles, mountain goats, barnacle goslings and gelada monkeys endure extreme weather, scarce food supplies and limited oxygen on Earth’s high peaks.
The Fix: “The Wire”
Maya (Robin Tunney) convinces an asset to wear a wire during a rendezvous with Sevvy (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje). Meanwhile, Ezra (Scott Cohen) works to create an alibi for Sevvy and he sends his henchman, Buck (Robert Wisdom), to pay a visit to Riv (Marc Blucas) at his ranch.
Punk: “Part 4”
Despite itself, punk breaks big, highlighting the talents of Nirvana, Bad Religion and Green Day while women roar onto the scene in defining bands such as Bikini Kill and L7, establishing punk as an enduring force, the spirit of which lives on in the broader culture we know today.
Knightfall: “The Devil Inside”
Now back in the Knights Templar Order as an Initiate, Landry (Tom Cullen) continues his training under the harsh guidance of Talus (Mark Hamill), the battle-hardened Initiate master. De Nogaret (Julian Ovenden) implores King Philip (Ed Stoppard) to build a legal case against the Knights, seeking the aid of a former Templar to help carry out his plan. Prince Louis (Tom Forbes) is tasked with a shocking secret mission.
In a quartet of new episodes, women who have escaped from polygamist cults — sisters Andrea, Jessica and Shanell and newcomer Rachel Jeffs, daughter of notorious fundamental polygamist cult leader and prophet Warren Jeffs — band together to help other young women. These episodes feature a woman searching for her long-lost mother; a sister who yearns for freedom and the ability to make her own decisions; and a young woman trapped inside a “house of repentance” following an illicit affair between cousins.
The Enemy Within: “Eye of Horus”
After a bomb explodes in Jersey City, the Cointel team captures a key planner, Sam Fathi (guest star Rudy Roushdi), who can lead them to Tal, the mastermind behind the bombing. When Sam proves difficult to break, Shepherd (Jennifer Carpenter) convinces Keaton (Morris Chestnut) to detain a former Egyptian intelligence officer to help, leading to an urgent mission to stop another bomb from going off.
Independent Lens: “Tre Maison Dasan”
Explore the lives of Tre, Maison and Dasan, who are among the estimated one in 14 American children with a parent in prison. Take an emotional look at relationships tested by separation and the challenges of growing up with a parent behind bars.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Vegas
The Hollywood-based after-hours chat show takes over the Zappos Theater in Las Vegas this week. Fingers crossed that showgirls, magicians and Cirque du Soleil performers are on the guest list!
Tuesday, April 2
Kevin Hart: Irresponsible
Kevin Hart’s first Netflix standup special was filmed in front of a sold-out live audience of over 15,000 people at London’s O2 Arena. During the one-hour performance, Hart touches upon friends, family, travel and a year filled with irresponsible behavior.
Hoarders: “Three Amigos”
Donald and his brothers Peter and Raymond are close friends who do everything together, including hoarding. Due to their hoarding, each of them now faces his own personal crisis — ranging from property loss, to destroyed relationships, to potential loss of life.
NCIS: “Mona Lisa”
In the new episode “Mona Lisa,” Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) relies on his team’s investigative skills after he wakes up on a dilapidated fishing boat, covered in blood and unable to remember the last 12 hours.
Ellen’s Game of Games
Game of Games wraps this run with the most tame of games: the lip-reading contest “Say Whaat?” Seriously, no one is dunked or spun around or anything.
Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr.: “The Eye of the Beholder”
Host Henry Louis Gates Jr. shares the family histories of director Alejandro G. Iñárritu, iconoclastic performance artist Marina Abramović and painter Kehinde Wiley. These visionary artists find their identities challenged — and affirmed.
black-ish: “Each One, Teach One”
Dre (Anthony Anderson) feels like he has made a difference with the diversity at Stevens & Lido as the head of the Urban Division, but when Junior (Marcus Scribner) tells him that Josh (Jeff Meacham) is his mentor, Dre flips out. Meanwhile, Jack (Miles Brown) and Diane (Marsai Martin) show their friends a video of Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) dancing and now she’s become the hot mom.
FBI: “Most Wanted”
In the new episode “Most Wanted,” Maggie (Missy Peregrym) and OA (Zeeko Zaki) assist in a larger FBI operation to track down a person wanted for murder who is also on the Ten Most Wanted fugitives list.
Married at First Sight: “The End or the Beginning”
In the Season 8 finale, the newlyweds must decide if they want to stay married to the spouse who they first met at the altar, or if they want to get divorced and resume the single life.
This Is Us
The third season of the fan-favorite comes to a close tonight.
Little People, Big World
As they return for a 14th season of their hit reality series, the Roloff family faces life-altering decisions that could shape their future. At the heart of the season lies the fate of Roloff Farms, as Matt and Amy consider if it’s possible to continue running the property together while their increasingly separate lives and relationships are driving them further apart. Zach and Tori are pushed to their limits as they juggle raising their 1-year-old son Jackson, dealing with Zach’s health scares, managing financial troubles and welcoming a new puppy into their lives.
NCIS: New Orleans: “In Plain Sight”
In the new episode “In Plain Sight,” the NCIS team investigates the murder of Patton’s (Daryl “Chill” Mitchell) friend, a former Navy SEAL who was gunned down in a drive-by shooting while Patton helplessly watched.
The Village: “In Your Bones”
The Village family is made whole again when Ava (Moran Atias) returns. Sarah (Michaela McManus) and Katie (Grace Van Dien) deal with unexpected reactions from the family of her baby’s father; the strain of Patricia’s (Lorraine Toussaint) cancer threatens her relationship with Ron (Frankie Faison); Gabe (Daren Kagasoff) gets a surprise visit from his overbearing father; Nick (Warren Christie) confesses to a war friend’s widow and makes a deep connection.
7 Little Johnstons
America’s largest known little family returns for Season 5. The Johnstons’ house is full of teenagers and new issues with Jonah and Anna, now 18, Elizabeth, 16, and Emma and Alex, 13. Trent’s anxiety hits an all-time high between everything going on with the kids and the prospect of opening a new business, so he and Amber decide to meet with a marriage counselor to work through these new challenges. The season will feature an epic family Halloween, a trip to New York City where they learn about dwarfism’s important role in history, a Christmas party hosted by the Johnstons for over 100 little people and a trip to Hilton Head for Amber’s 40th birthday.
Travel Channel, 10pm
Host Josh Gates returns for Season 2 with 13 new — now hourlong — episodes. Gates again pursues the unexpected stories behind fabled places around the globe, with the help of historians and local experts. Among the stories featured in the season premiere, Gates explores the natural and the supernatural as he examines an ancient cathedral made entirely of salt buried beneath a Polish city, as well as a mysterious symbol in Sicily believed to be written by a nun under demonic possession.
Miz & Mrs
USA Network, 10pm
The reality series picks up with the remainder of its first season tonight. The show follows married WWE superstars The Miz and Maryse as they begin their new, supposedly quieter life in Austin after moving from Hollywood. But there’s nothing quiet about a life filled with a new baby, two dogs, two cats, a crazy live-in mother-in-law and the demands of their high-octane careers.
The Last O.G.
Comedy superstars Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish are back for a second season. After losing his job, Tray (Morgan) goes all in on his dreams of becoming a chef, while Tray’s ex-girlfriend Shay (Haddish) has an intriguing business venture of her own on the horizon.
Growing Up Chrisley
USA Network, 10:30pm
This spinoff from the hit show Chrisley Knows Best follows Savannah and Chase Chrisley as they leave their Nashville home and bossy father to move to L.A. for a few months and follow their dreams of starting a business and being an actor, respectively.
Wednesday, April 3
The Goldbergs: “This Is This Is Spinal Tap”
The Dropouts are thrilled when they book a gig at a Flyers charity carnival, and Adam (Sean Giambrone) uses the opportunity to make his very first rockumentary. Since Barry (Troy Gentile) doesn’t want to miss out on the fun, he forces his way into the band, despite his sister’s objections.
Empire: “Hot Blood, Hot Thoughts, Hot Deeds”
When Empire launches its national tour in Philly, things heat up and egos clash.
Chicago Med: “Tell Me the Truth”
Dr. Rhodes (Colin Donnell) receives an alarming phone call that prompts him to rush out in the middle of an important surgery. Dr. Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) comes to the aid of an FBI agent who is brought into the ER, but he suspects there is more to the story than he is being told. Drs. Manning (Torrey DeVitto) and Choi (Brian Tee) find themselves on opposite sides of a major disagreement over doctor-patient confidentiality.
Modern Family: “Yes-Woman”
In an effort to be less negative, Claire (Julie Bowen) is rebranding herself as the girl who says “yes” and inadvertently approves of Luke’s (Nolan Gould) new relationship with someone from his work. Meanwhile, Phil (Ty Burrell) tries to surprise Alex (Ariel Winter) at school right before she receives an award she didn’t tell him about.
Jane the Virgin: “Chapter Eighty-Three”
The CW, 9pm
With Jane’s (Gina Rodriguez) Catholic guilt starting to settle in, she turns to Alba (Ivonne Coll) for advice and gets an unexpected answer. Luisa (guest star Yara Martinez) decides to go see Rose (guest star Bridget Regan), with Rafael (Justin Baldoni) by her side, in order to help get answers.
Discovery Channel, 9pm
Tickle’s back! After serving an 18-month prison sentence for a multitude of small crimes too long to list (but not, apparently, for making illegal high-proof distilled spirits), the reality-show moonshiner is less than tickled to return to his former partner Tim’s distillery.
Chicago Fire: “No Such Thing as Bad Luck”
Severide (Taylor Kinney) gets angry at Cruz (Joe Minoso) when he feels his orders were disobeyed in the field. Boden (Eamonn Walker) reconnects with an old high school friend during a call to a house fire. Herrmann (David Eigenberg) has issues when one of his favorite knick-knacks from Molly’s goes missing.
The Magicians: “The 4-1-1”
The gang talks to a book; Tick (Rizwan Manji) threatens to drink some water.
In Search of Monsters
Travel Channel, 9pm
Does Bigfoot exist? According to new eyewitness accounts and DNA evidence presented tonight — heck, yeah! Coming soon on this take-it-with-a-shaker-of-salt investigative series: intel on the Loch Ness Monster, Mothman and other cryptids.
Whiskey Cavalier: “Five Spies & a Baby”
The team must return a kidnapped baby to its parents while also taking down the human trafficking network that led to his capture.
SEAL Team: “Dirt, Dirt, Gucci”
Bravo Team prepares for what they expect to be a “cushy” deployment with the luxury of staying in a hotel in the Philippines in the new episode “Dirt, Dirt, Gucci.”
Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations: “Bogota”
Cooking Channel, 10pm
Andrew Zimmern explores the sky-high flavors of Bogota, Colombia. This mountaintop city keeps warm with hearty potato soup, roasted stuffed pork, egg-filled arepas, a unique take on the tamale and cheesy hot chocolate.
What We Do in the Shadows: “City Council”
The vampires get embroiled in local Staten Island politics as their first step to world domination in the new episode “City Council.”
You’re the Worst
On the day of their wedding, Jimmy (Chris Geere) and Gretchen (Aya Cash) grapple with the meaning of marriage in the series finale “Pancakes.”
Season 3 of the comedy takes place three months after baseball announcer Jim Brockmire’s (Hank Azaria) stint in rehab. He is doing play-by-play in the radio booth for the major leagues in Central Florida during spring training while maintaining his brazen and narcissistic tendencies, despite actually being on the wagon. When an opportunity arises for Brockmire and his new cohost Gabby (Tawny Newsome) to take over as lead broadcasters in Oakland, he must fight to change his ever-present amorality.
Chicago P.D.: “This City”
With the threat of a gang war looming, Voight (Jason Beghe) and Ray Price (guest star Wendell Pierce) must organize a peace summit to end the bloodshed before more innocent people get hurt. Burgess (Marina Squerciati) evaluates her future with Blair (guest star Charles Michael Davis).
Secrets of the Dead: “Egypt’s Darkest Hour”
Follow a team of archaeologists as they examine a rare mass grave dating to the collapse of ancient Egypt’s Old Kingdom, when political infighting and a changing climate brought down a dynasty in a moment of crisis and catastrophe.
Thursday, April 4
The First 48: “The Fallen Angel”
In this three-hour episode, a beautiful teenager is found naked and shot to death in an Atlanta park. The viciousness of her mysterious death evokes the sympathy of the entire Homicide Unit, who pitch in to identify her and recreate her last hours on earth from tiny clues.
Grey’s Anatomy: “The Whole Package”
Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Teddy (Kim Raver) have to deal with the surprise arrival of Megan Hunt (Abigail Spencer), who knows nothing about their situation. Catherine (Debbie Allen) preps for her first surgery back on a war veteran who’s not emotionally prepared for his procedure. Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) worries about DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) operating alone with Richard (James Pickens Jr.).
The Big Bang Theory: “The Laureate Accumulation”
Guest Star Alert!
Nobel Laureates Kip Thorne, George Smoot and Frances Arnold guest-star in the new episode “The Laureate Accumulation,” in which competitors Pemberton (Sean Astin) and Campbell (Kal Penn) charm America on a publicity tour.
The CW, 8pm
With games and pizza on tap in its opening minutes, tonight’s Supernatural sure looks to be lighthearted. While brothers Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) are helping a hurt friend, and ally Castiel (Misha Collins) is literally looking for a miracle, Jack’s (Alexander Calvert) internal struggles are starting to draw attention. Ever since absorbing the grace — basically, angel energy — from evil Michael after destroying him earlier this season, Jack has become a bit reckless with his restored angelic powers. Luckily, Winchester matron Mary (Samantha Smith) returns and quickly vocalizes her worries about Jack’s behavior.
Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger
Season 2 turns up the heat with back-to-back new episodes as Tyrone (Aubrey Joseph) and Tandy (Olivia Holt) try to find their place as more active heroes in this world. This season, they tackle a heartless vigilante and uncover an evil that’s been preying on the young women of the city, as the show takes on more serious topics like gang violence and human trafficking.
Superstore: “Minor Crimes”
Amy (America Ferrera) jumps at an amazing career opportunity, only to run up against an exec with a major grudge against her. Jonah (Ben Feldman) and Mateo (Nico Santos) help Glenn (Mark McKinney) with a financial problem.
Young Sheldon: “A Perfect Score and a Bunsen Burner Marshmallow”
Sheldon (Iain Armitage) moves in with Dr. Sturgis (Wallace Shawn) for the weekend to see what his life will be like in college in the new episode “A Perfect Score and a Bunsen Burner Marshmallow.”
A.P. Bio: “J’Accuse”
Jack (Glenn Howerton) uses Michelle’s (Jean Villepique) annual murder mystery party to impress Lynette (Elizabeth Alderfer). Meanwhile, in a moment of desperation, the students break into Whitlock High to steal the A.P. Bio practice exams.
Station 19: “When It Rains, It Pours!”
While struggling to help victims of a crash on a desolate road, Vic (Barrett Doss) finds the courage to confront a difficult situation. Meanwhile, Ben (Jason George) prepares to go out for Medic One, causing some concern over his current Station 19 responsibilities, and Pruitt (Miguel Sandoval) spends time with a special someone.
Mom: “Soup Town and a Little Blonde Mongoose”
When Christy (Anna Faris) gets sick, Bonnie (Allison Janney) is consumed with an overwhelming urge to mother her in the new episode “Soup Town and a Little Blonde Mongoose.”
In the Dark
The CW, 9pm
A promiscuous, heavy-drinking blind woman stumbles across the body of her friend in an alleyway, but when the police show up, the body is no longer there. Although the police dismiss her claims, she tries to figure out what happened while navigating relationships with her family and the world around her.
Will & Grace: “Jack’s Big Gay Wedding”
Jack (Sean Hayes) and Estefan’s (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez) romantic wedding in Spain takes a detour when their flight is cancelled, forcing them to get married at the airport by their friend Miss Coco (guest star Clinton Leupp). McCoy’s (guest star Matt Bomer) big job offer in London has Will (Eric McCormack) worried about engaging in a long-distance relationship. While dealing with doubts about her current relationship, Grace (Debra Messing) meets a charming guy (guest star Reid Scott) at the airport who inspires her to make an impulsive decision. Advice from Smitty (guest star Charles C. Stevenson, Jr.) makes Karen (Megan Mullally) reconsider her commitment to Nikki (guest star Samira Wiley) and her own sexual orientation.
Paramount Network, 9pm
Wife Swap, one of the most provocative, successful and talked-about social experiments on TV, returns with 10 brand-new, one-hour episodes on Paramount Network. Every week, Wife Swap takes two families from very different walks of life and switches spouses to discover there is often more that unites us than divides us.
Braxton Family Values
WE tv, 9pm
After their family fallout broke the internet, there will be more drama than ever before. Tamar is ready for new beginnings as she has a new man in her life and makes history winning Celebrity Big Brother. Traci opens for Tamar on tour and is defensive of her sister, Toni, when it comes to her relationship. Towanda finally reveals her secret boyfriend and, to her sisters’ surprise, it’s a familiar face.
Fam: “Say Mess to the Dress”
In the new episode “Say Mess to the Dress,” Clem (Nina Dobrev) is touched but conflicted when Rose (Sheryl Lee Ralph) asks her to wear her old, unstylish wedding dress.
Abby’s: “Rule Change”
Abby (Natalie Morales) and Bill (Nelson Franklin) clash when he proposes a change to one of the coveted bar rules. Facing an impasse, the two appeal to the bar regulars to help settle their dispute.
For the People: “One Big Happy Family”
Sandra (Britt Robertson) urges Kate (Susannah Flood) to take on a case against a very powerful and well-respected judge who is accused of wrongfully sentencing young children for profit. When Judge Byrne (Vondie Curtis-Hall) is asked to testify in the case, he questions his role in the rigid justice system and must make a very difficult decision.
S.W.A.T.: “Cash Flow”
Hondo (Shemar Moore) and the team hunt an escaped convict who was broken out of prison by criminals using stolen military weapons in the new episode “Cash Flow.”
The American Farm
This eight-part docuseries comes from the creators of Deadliest Catch and Storage Wars. The series follows a year in the lives of five family farms across America. It’s an up-close look at one full year of family farming, told through breathtaking visuals, private moments and personal interviews.
Little Women: LA
Season 8 is all about big life changes, as the group vows to leap out of their comfort zone. Tonya defines her relationship with Jaa and gets back to her acting roots; Christy has a new outlook on her long-held dream; Elena pushes her entrepreneurial skills with a makeup line and a children’s book; Jasmine recommits to Chris with an elaborate vow renewal; and Terra gives back to the community as she works with younger little people.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: “Dearly Beloved”
The SVU investigates a he-said, she-said case when a woman crashes a wedding to accuse her therapist of sexual assault.
Travel Channel, 10pm
Travel Channel revives this cult classic series in which paranormal investigators Bob Magill and Tina Storer use shocking techniques like isolation and sensory deprivation to help people overcome their fear of intense paranormal activity. They claim they can use a client’s increasing terror as bait to draw out a supernatural entity and force a confrontation. In the premiere episode, Magill and Storer travel to historic Brookdale Lodge in Santa Cruz, Calif., to investigate claims of an evil spirit bullying an employee.
Hustle & Soul
WE tv, 10pm
Season 3 follows chef Lawrence Page as he navigates the opening of his new restaurant in South Beach, where he will be vying for celebrity clientele and managing sexy new additions to his staff. But while Lawrence seeks to elevate his brand’s culinary status, his fiancée and restaurant partner, Ana Lavender, wants to serve soul food with some sass.
SundanceTV, 12am (late night)
Based on first-person experience, this new show chronicles the emergence of HIV and hepatitis C in Canada in the early 1980s. Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead) stars as a whistleblower who exposes one of the largest medical disasters in history and the tragedy that resulted after thousands of people were infected by tainted blood.
Friday, April 5
Amazon Prime Video
In Season 2, now that the Tick (Peter Serafinowicz) and Arthur (Griffin Newman) have freed the City from the Terror, they must defend it from new villains and old enemies.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Episodes 12-20 of the first season of the series based on the graphic novel drop today.
Natural history film icon Sir David Attenborough narrates this documentary series that showcases our planet’s most precious species and fragile habitats. The latest in 4K camera technology presents amazing sights on Earth in ways they’ve never been seen previously, in this production from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Silverback Films, whose director, Alastair Fothergill, created the original, acclaimed Planet Earth and Blue Planet series. This project was four years in the making and filmed in 50 countries across every continent.
In Netflix’s first Swedish original series (also known as Störst av allt), a tragedy takes place at a prep school in Stockholm’s wealthiest suburb, and a normal high school student, Maja Norberg (Hanna Ardéhn), finds herself on trial for murder. When the events of that day are revealed, so too are the private details about her relationship with Sebastian Fagerman (Felix Sandman) and his dysfunctional family. The series is based on the bestselling novel by Malin Persson Giolito, which was named Best Nordic Crime Novel of the year for 2016.
Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) makes her feature-length directorial debut with, and stars in, this comedy about a woman named Kit who, after moving back in with her parents, receives an invitation to a store that will test her ideas of what it really means to grow up. Larson’s Captain Marvel costar Samuel L. Jackson is also among the cast, along with Joan Cusack and Bradley Whitford.
Fresh Off the Boat: “Under the Taipei Sun”
In the 100th episode, Eddie (Hudson Yang) ships off to Taiwan for the cultural exchange program, ignoring his parents’ advice about how hard it was for them to come to America for the first time. After all, he’s been to Taiwan before — what could go wrong? Plenty, when he ends up separated from his group with no money and next-to-no language skills.
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.
The CW, 8pm
After four seasons, The CW’s dark and musical rom-dramedy starring Rachel Bloom takes its final bow. The series followed NYC attorney Rebecca Bunch (Bloom), who, after a chance encounter with her childhood summer camp crush, upended her life and moved to West Covina, Calif., where she discovered that life isn’t all fun in the sun. In January, CW President Mark Pedowitz explained, “One of the great beauties of Crazy Ex is it’s both lighthearted and it’s the darkest stuff you’ll see in your entire life.”
Blindspot: “The Night of the Dying Breath”
The team races against the clock to save Jane (Jaimie Alexander) from a killer’s nightmarish scheme.
Speechless: “THE S-T-A– STAIRCASE”
When JJ’s (Micah Fowler) attempts to make a good impression on Izzy’s (Kayla Maisonet) parents fail, he changes course to make a bad one instead. Maya (Minnie Driver) is jealous when Melanie (Sarah Chalke) is the recipient of a public display of mom-love.
Hawaii Five-0: “Ke Ala O Ka Pū (Way of the Gun)”
In the new episode “Ke Ala O Ka Pū (Way of the Gun),” during Five-0’s search for a teen girl who purchased a gun from a junkie, they discover that the firearm, over the course of decades, has affected all of their lives.
Yes, It’s Really Us Singing: The “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Concert Special!
The CW, 9pm
Immediately following the series finale of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the crew presents a concert event featuring some of the series’ most popular original songs. Throughout its four-season run on The CW, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend created over 150 wildly inventive songs that tackled issues ranging from female sexuality to relationship woes, storytelling clichés and the real-life problems of fit, hot men.
Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail
Discovery Channel, 9pm
In Season 3 of the Gold Rush spinoff, gold miner Parker Schnabel and his team of friends head deep into the tropical highlands of Papua New Guinea in search of gold, and finding it will be more challenging than he imagined. Parker is not only going to Papua New Guinea because it is considered one of the toughest, most untapped gold-rich environments in the world, but also for personal reasons: He wants to reconnect with the history of his late grandfather, John Schnabel, who served in the Air Force in the South Pacific during World War II.
The Blacklist: “Olivia Olson”
The task force searches for a woman who specializes in hostile takeovers of criminal organizations and may have intelligence connected to an international conspiracy involving presidential advisor Anna McMahon (guest star Jennifer Ferrin). Meanwhile, Aram (Amir Arison) enacts a daring plan to gain leverage over Red (James Spader).
Great Performances at the Met: “La Traviata”
See Michael Mayer’s richly textured production of Verdi’s classic opera, starring soprano Diana Damrau as the tragic heroine Violetta and Juan Diego Flórez as her hapless lover Alfredo. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.
Blue Bloods: “Rectify”
Frank (Tom Selleck) must decide whether or not to implement a more rigorous fitness test for the NYPD in the new episode “Rectify.”
Inspired by an idea from martial arts legend Bruce Lee, this gritty, action-packed crime drama is set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century. It follows a martial arts prodigy (Andrew Koji) who emigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances, and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful organized crime families.
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas
The comedian/cultural critic dedicates his docuseries’ 10-episode second season to the American education system. First, Cenac visits West Virginia, where he investigates last year’s statewide teachers’ strikes and questions why this workforce doesn’t get the respect it deserves.
Saturday, April 6
“The Twilight Zone” Marathon
Syfy, beginning at 8am
Enjoy 22 hours of classic episodes from Rod Serling’s original sci-fi/fantasy anthology series. Primetime will feature particularly memorable installments, such as “Living Doll,” “Time Enough at Last,” “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” and “To Serve Man.”
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
Discovery Family Channel, 11:30am
The beloved animated series begins its final season of 26 ponyriffic episodes. In the back-to-back season premiere, “The Beginning of the End,” Princess Celestia and Princess Luna decide to retire and hand off the ruling of Equestria to Twilight Sparkle and her friends, which sends Twilight into a tailspin of self-doubt. Meanwhile, an ancient villain bands together a legion of nefarious characters to conquer Equestria, challenging Twilight Sparkle and the rest of the Mane 6 to save the day.
NASCAR Xfinity Series: Alsco 300
FS1, 1pm Live
The young stars of the NASCAR Xfinity Series take on the short track at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee for the Alsco 300.
Major League Baseball
FS1, beginning at 4pm Live
A Saturday MLB doubleheader on FS1 has the Texas Rangers at the L.A. Angels, followed by the Chicago Cubs at the Milwaukee Brewers.
NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Final Four
CBS, 6pm Live
CBS airs both NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Final Four national semifinal games from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The winners advance to Monday’s national championship game.
True Love Blooms
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Spring is in full bloom when an urban gardener (Sara Rue) fights to save her community garden from a handsome real estate developer (Jordan Bridges). Both are caught off guard when a romance blooms amid the flowers.
The Vet Life
Animal Planet, 9pm
In Round 4 of reality-show shenanigans with Houston veterinarians, Dr. Diarra Blue and Dr. Michael Lavigne surgically castrate a donkey named Kenny Rogers!
Richard Wright’s 1940 novel comes to the screen in artist Rashid Johnson’s feature-length directorial debut. The film shares the life and challenges of 20-year-old Bigger Thomas, a young African-American man living on Chicago’s South Side. The film premiered at Sundance and stars Ashton Sanders, Bill Camp and Margaret Qualley.
Mom & Me
Inspired by the majestic mountains and lush forests surrounding Bend, Ore., designer Karrie and her 22-year-old son and design assistant, Tristan, customize comfortable and inviting living spaces for families using unique materials, including locally sourced reclaimed wood, hand painted tiles, steel shelving and concrete countertops.
Saturday Night Live: “Kit Harington/Sara Bareilles”
NBC, 11:30pm Live
Just ahead of Game of Thrones’ final season premiere next Sunday, star Kit Harington makes his SNL hosting debut tonight. Sara Bareilles also makes her first appearance, as musical guest.