News & Notes
Tonight, ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC have a Presidential Address that may change tonight’s primetime lineup depending on your time zone. ABC has Station 19, Grey’s Anatomy and A Million Little Things returning with new episodes.
Over on cable, Food Network has the 17th season premiere of Restaurant: Impossible and the ninth season premiere of Dinner: Impossible and FXX has the fourth season premiere of Cake.
On streaming, as of this morning, AMC+ has the series premiere of Cold Courage, BET+ has the second season premiere of Ruthless, and HBO Max has the series premiere of Genera+ion.
Next Thursday, AMC+ has the second season of Back, CBS has the second season finale of The Unicorn, Freeform has the third spring finale of Grown-ish, and Netflix has the second season of B: The Beginning.
Superstore (NBC): New. Jeff is back with more customer satisfaction surveys.
B Positive (CBS): New. “Recessive Gina.” Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 30 minutes.
Mom (CBS): New. Bonnie doesn’t like how her new sponsee is inspired by Adam instead of her. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 29 minutes.
The Unicorn (CBS): New. The guys prepare themselves for a colonoscopy. Runs 30 minutes.
Clarice (CBS): New. Clarice hallucinates after getting drugged by a suspect.
Station 19 (ABC): New. Things pick up where the last episode of Grey’s Anatomy ended and then continues into its next episode.
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): New. The story picks up from Station 19 and then concludes things.
A Million Little Things (ABC): New. Everyone deals with Boston being locked down.
- American Gods (Starz In Black): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s episode, “The Rapture of Burning,” replays. Runs 54 minutes. Replays earlier this evening as well.
- CBS Sports has quadruple-header college basketball action today with Wyoming vs. San Diego State, Nevada vs. Boise State, UNLV vs. Utah State and Fresno State vs. Colorado State.
- ESPN has quintuple-header college basketball action today with Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia, Kansas State vs. Baylor, Duke vs. Florida State, North Carolina vs. Virginia Tech and California vs. Colorado.
- ESPN+ has 10 college basketball games.
- ESPN2 has quadruple-header college basketball action today with Syracuse vs. Virginia, Miami vs. Georgia Tech, Oklahoma at Kansas and Texas Tech vs. Texas.
- ESPN3 has six college basketball games tonight.
- ESPNU has tripleheader college basketball action tonight.
- FS1 has quadruple-header college basketball action today with Georgetown vs. Villanova, Seton Hall vs. St. John’s, Butler vs. Creighton and DePaul vs. UConn.
- Golf Channel has first round coverage of the The Players PGA event.
- TNT has doubleheader NBA action tonight with the Boston Celtics at the Brooklyn Nets followed by the Golden State Warriors at the Los Angeles Clippers.
Thursday TV Marathons
Chicago P.D. (ION): Has 16 episodes today into late night.
ER (Pop): Six episodes early.
The Facts of Life (Logo): Has 10 episodes today.
Gilmore Girls (Logo): Five episodes early.
Impractical Jokers (truTV): Has 13 episodes tonight and six in late night.
Law & Order (SundanceTV): Has 13 episodes today into late night.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (WEtv): Nine episodes today.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 11 episodes.
Little House on the Prairie (UPtv): Five episodes today.
Modern Family (E!): Has 13 episodes tonight.
NCIS: New Orleans (Pop): Eight episodes tonight into late night.
The Office (Comedy Central): Has 11 episodes tonight.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (BBC America): Five episodes early.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (BBC America): Eight episodes today.
Two and a Half Men (IFC): Has 12 episodes tonight.