News & Notes
On cable tonight, BBC America has the second season finale of Survivors, Discovery Channel has the second spring season premiere of Swamp Loggers, History has an Ancient Aliens special, IFC has the second season premieres of Food Party and Dinner With the Band, and MTV has the sixth season premiere of The Hills and the second season premiere of The City.
In late night, Spike TV has a Crash Test: Real Wrecks, Real Stakes special.
NCIS (CBS): New. Fornell helps the team investigate when the second job of a polygraph specialist leads to murder.
Glee (FOX): New. Kurt tries to set his dad up with someone. Guest star Kristin Chenoweth (Pushing Daisies) returns as April to help out the glee club.
Justified (FX): New. Raylan stops a hit on Ava, but learns she may not have been the target. Runs 61 minutes. Plays twice and again later. This is the episode that I hope puts to rest the talk of this show not being serialized enough. Lots of good stuff in the episode, but mostly I liked that the case of the week and the on going storyline merge into one this week.
90210 (The CW): New. Ryan O’Neal (Bones) guest-stars as Teddy’s father. Liam is trying to rebuild his relationship with his father. Debby and Harry talk about their relationship.
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS): New. New LAPD liaison Det. Deeks joins the team to help find someone connected to the murder of a Navy officer.
The Good Wife (CBS): New. Alicia is struggling with whether or not to use personal information in a case when she goes up against her former boss in court.
- Chopped (Food Network): New. Jumbo shrimp and cuts of beef cause problems for the four contestants. Plays again later.
- Law & Order: Criminal Intent (USA): New. The detectives are looking into what looks to be a mob hit, but it turns out to be a whole lot more. Plays again later.
- Life Unexpected (The CW): Repeat. The “Formal Reformed” episode replays, where Jones asks Lux to the Winter Formal, which freaks out Baze and Cate who are dealing with the memories of their Winter Formal.
- Lost (ABC): Repeat. The “Ab Aeterno” episode from earlier this season replays, where we learn about Richard’s history. Runs 62 minutes.
- Parenthood (NBC): New. Adam is left in charge of the house for the weekend after Kristina goes back to work. Crosby takes Jasmine out on a date.
- Survivors (BBC America): Season Finale. It looks like a new virus strain is on the loose and the lab’s work becomes even more important. Plays again later. This will actually end up being the series finale as well, as it was not picked up for a third season.
- V (ABC): New. Erica and the rest find out that the Vs have a list of Fifth Column member names. Ryan reveals some things to Val. Starts two minutes after the hour and runs 58 minutes.
- NBA TV has doubleheader NBA Playoffs action with Game 5 of the Miami Heat at the Boston Celtics followed by Game 5 of the San Antonio Spurs at the Dallas Mavericks.
- TNT has doubleheader NBA Playoffs action with Game 5 of the Chicago Bulls at the Cleveland Cavaliers followed by Game 5 of the team that shall not be named at the Los Angeles Lakers.
- Versus has Game 7 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs action.
Discovery Channel has seven episodes of Overhaulin’.
Oxygen has 12 episodes of America’s Next Top Model.
Spike TV has 11 hours of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episodes.
Syfy has six episodes of Merlin.
USA has 16 episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
WE has five episodes of Women Behind Bars early.