News & Notes
Over on cable, Cooking Channel has the third season finale of Bitchin’ Kitchen, Discovery Channel has a MythBusters: Blast From the Past special and the 13th spring season premiere and the series premiere of The Big Brain Theory, FX has the first season finale of The Americans, and TV Land has the first season finale of Forever Young.
Arrow (The CW): New. Oliver sets his sights on another name on his list after more trouble making things right between himself and Diggle and Tommy. Tommy tells Laurel something.
Modern Family (ABC): New. Phil is excited about career day and Luke and Manny’s school until his nemesis shows up too. Runs 31 minutes.
The Americans (FX): Season Finale. Philip and Elizabeth are ordered to continue on with a meeting that could be a set-up. Stan’s investigation gets him very close to Philip and Elizabeth. Plays twice and again later.
The Middle (ABC): New. Frankie tries to make Sue appear more popular on Facebook. Mike deals with Frankie’s dad. Runs 30 minutes.
Criminal Minds (CBS): New. The team is off to Rapid City to deal with a case involving ritualistic murders of two men.
Psych (USA Network): New. Shawn decides to run for office after the present mayor dies in what looks to be a surfing accident. Runs 61 minutes. Plays again later.
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): New. The CSIs investigate after a body is found in the mud bath at a popular retreat.
- Nashville (ABC): New. Liam attempts to get Rayna to finally finish her new album. Teddy asks Peggy about the leaks he has been dealing with.
- Supernatural (The CW): New. Sam and Dean attempt to uncover the third trial.
- ESPN has MLB action on Wednesday Night Baseball with the Washington Nationals at the Atlanta Braves.
- NBA TV has a game tonight.
- TNT has doubleheader NBA Playoffs action tonight.
- Awkward. (MTV): Repeat. Last night’s episode, “Let’s Talk About Sex,” replays.
- Mad Men (AMC): Repeat. This past Sunday’s episode, “The Flood,” replays.
- Vikings (History): Repeat. This past Sunday’s first season finale episode, “All Change,” replays.
Wednesday TV Marathon
NCIS (USA Network): Nine episodes.