Sunday, March 3
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Sunday, March 3
“The Bible” (History at 8): A self-explanatory series uses live action and CGI to tell Bible stories.
“Red Widow” (ABC at 10): A stay-at-home mom of three has to figure out what to do when her husband is murdered and she learns he had a significant debt to the mafia. Now she’s in charge of paying it back.
“Viking” (History at 10): This series tells stories of the lives and adventures of the famed warriors.
Monday, March 18
“Top of the Lake” (Sundance at 9): Elisabeth Moss stars as a detective in this seven-part miniseries, as she searches for the disappearance of a pregnant 12-year-old girl.
Tuesday, March 19
“Celebrity Diving” (ABC at 8): Another reality diving competition hits the airwaves, with Olympic divers Greg Louganis and David Boudia as judges.
Sunday, March 24
“Girl Model” (PBS at 10): This documentary follows an American model scout as she discovers Nadya, a 13-year-old from a remote Siberian village who goes from extreme poverty to the promise of a lucrative career.
Monday, March 25
“180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School” (PBS at 9): This special gives an up-close look at a high school that helps the most-challenged students in unique ways.
Friday, March 29
“Philip Roth: Unmasked” (PBS at 9): Profiles the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist just after his 80th birthday.
Sunday, March 31
“Ready for Love” (NBC at 8): Eva Longoria helps out three attractive guys who just can’t seem to find the right person, by hiring matchmakers to help them find soul mates.
“Mr. Selfridge” (PBS at 9): A drama about Harry Gordon Selfridge, the man who revolutionized shopping with his famous London department store.
Wednesday, April 3
“How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)” (ABC at 9:30): Sarah Chalke stars as a recently divorced single mom who is forced to move back home with her eccentric parents, played by Elizabeth Perkins and Brad Garrett, in this comedy.
Tuesday, April 16
“The Central Park Five” (PBS at 9): The latest Ken Burns project tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem, wrongly convicted of raping a woman in New York in 1989.
Wednesday, May 1
“Family Tools” (ABC at 8:30): Another new ABC comedy, as Kyle Bornheimer plays a career slacker who is forced to take over family’s handyman business after his father has a heart attack.
Tuesday, May 14
“Constitution USA with Peter Sagal” (PBS at 8): Sagal travels around America on a motorcycle to see what impact the Constitution has on various areas of the country.
Monday, May 20
“American Masters: Mel Brooks” (PBS at 9): The documentary profiles the intensely private comedian.