News & Notes
On cable tonight, Animal Planet has the second season finale of Underdog to Wonderdog, BBC America has the first season finale of Survivors, FOX Reality has the first season finale of Seducing Cindy and the fourth season finale of Solitary, and Hallmark Channel has the TV movie premiere of Healing Hands.
Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): Repeats. Guy checks out some old fashioned places and some places the locals love in the first couple of six episodes that replay tonight. All six play again later.
Survivors (BBC America): Season Finale. Samantha and her followers have Abby and the group on the run. Sarah betrays her friends. Naj goes missing. Plays again later. Last week’s episode replays right before.
Caslte (ABC): Repeat. The “Nanny McDead” episode from last season replays, where Castle is trying to figure out Beckett while he writes his first novel based on her.
FlashForward (ABC): Repeat. This past Thursday’s spring premiere episode, “Revelation Zero, Part 1 & 2,” replays, where lots of questions are answered and most of what happens is really good. Looking forward to seeing if they can maintain this or if it will drop off again like the first half of the season did.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): Repeat. The “Confidential” episode from earlier this season replays, where Benson and Stabler reopen a 20 year old case that seems similar to a recent murder.
- ABC has NASCAR racing coverage with the Nationwide Series: Scotts Turf Builder 300.
- CBS has NCAA Tournament college basketball action all day.
- ESPN has an NIT Tournament college basketball game early.
- ESPN2 has coverage of the NCAA Women’s Tournament college basketball action.
- NBA TV has the New Orleans Hornets at the Utah Jazz.
ABC Family is playing four Harry Potter movies today.
ABC has six episodes of Breaking Bad.
BET has 22 episodes of The Game.
Bravo has six episodes of House tonight.
Discovery Channel has 14 episodes of Dirty Jobs.
History has seven episodes of Ax Men.
Oxygen has 10 episodes of America’s Next Top Model.
Spike TV has 18 episodes of 1000 Ways to Die.
TLC has eight episodes of Property Ladder followed by 20 hours of Cake Boss episodes.
truTV has six episodes of Dominick Dunne’s Power, Privilege & Justice.
USA has 14 episodes of NCIS.