The PGA Tour's Florida swing takes it to the Gulf Coast for the next four days for the Valspar Championship. A field including Lucas Glover, Padraig Harrington, Matt Kuchar, Brandt Snedeker and Justin Leonard will tee it up on the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla., a 7,340-yard layout that demands length. Kevin Streelman won this event in 2013.
Cyrus (Peter Gadiot) flashes back to the events that left his mother near death and forced him and his brothers into a costly decision. After splitting from Cyrus and Alice (Sophie Lowe), the Knave and the Red Queen (Michael Socha, Emma Rigby) find themselves face to face with the Jabberwocky (Peta Sergeant) in the new episode "Dirty Little Secrets."
"Franklin & Bash" co-stars Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar are among the celebrities competing in unique party games in this new episode. Joining them and the two noncelebrity team captains are Alison Sweeney ("The Biggest Loser"), Angela Kinsey ("The Office"), Taraji P. Henson ("Person of Interest") and Fred Willard ("Modern Family"). Jane Lynch hosts "Clue Boom-Boom Pow!"
Professor Hickey, Jeff and Shirley (Jonathan Banks, Joel McHale, Yvette Nicole Brown) discover a cache of textbooks in perfect condition and debate how to cash in on their find. Abed and Annie (Danny Pudi, Alison Brie) want to bring in a new roommate but disagree over whether it should be her brother or a female friend of his. They turn to an old-school game to settle the matter in the new episode "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing."
Arizona's (Jessica Capshaw) bad day gets worse when she counsels a patient of Callie's (Sara Ramirez) on a potential amputation. Derek (Patrick Dempsey) breaks a promise to Callie. Jo and Stephanie (Camilla Luddington, Jerrika Hinton) find an abandoned baby outside the hospital. The rule against fraternization results in the suspension of one doctor in the new episode "Throwing It All Away."
Upon returning from her honeymoon, Mary (Adelaide Kane) becomes suspicious of Lola's (Anna Popplewell) behavior and uncovers a game-changing deception. Bash (Torrance Coombs) turns to Nostradamus (Rossif Sutherland) for help with Olivia (Yael Grobglas), who is terrified and confused after escaping from the terrors of the woods. Alan Van Sprang and Megan Follows also star in the new episode "Dirty Laundry."
It's Harper's (Kaden Gibson) birthday, and George (George Lopez) is determined to throw him an old-school Mexican-style party. Unfortunately, a visit from the police throws the celebration into chaos in the new episode "I Wish." Jenn Lyon also stars.
An important milestone in Aida's upbringing has Jasmine and Crosby (Joy Bryant, Dax Shepard) disagreeing over how to proceed. Julia (Erika Christensen) gets some disturbing news about Joel (Sam Jaeger) but is pleased at the decision he makes. Kristina and Adam (Monica Potter, Peter Krause) step in when Max (Max Burkholder) gets in Sarah and Hank's (Lauren Graham, Ray Romano) way in the new episode "Limbo."
Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) has prepared well for his first debate, but someone still manages to throw him a curveball. Olivia (Kerry Washington) gets some upsetting news and must make a difficult decision. A dirty secret could have deadly repercussions in the new episode "No Sun on the Horizon." Columbus Short, Guillermo Diaz and Darby Stanchfield also star.
Eve (Kaitlyn Dever) gets picked on at school after posting one of Mike's (Tim Allen) politically outspoken video blogs on her Facebook page. Vanessa (Nancy Travis) worries about the effect on her daughter's social life, but Mike insists it's important to stand up for one's beliefs. The Baxters get in trouble with the police officer who's started patrolling the neighborhood in "All About Eve."
For this profile, "American Masters" received unrestricted access to the late "Tonight Show" host's personal archives. Clues about his life, stories about his childhood and early days in the business can be found there, as well as in expansive family albums and memorabilia and interviews with friends, colleagues, his wives, and performers who appeared or began their careers on Carson's iconic late-night program.
Executive produced by Bill Maher and boasting Fareed Zakaria of Time as a consultant, this weekly newsmagazine, starting its second season tonight, comes from VICE, the wildly popular international youth-oriented media conglomerate helmed by Shane Smith. Smith and his fellow correspondents travel the globe to provide firsthand accounts of jaw-dropping current events stories untouched by mainstream news outlets.
The director who launched the "Saw" franchise, James Wan, shows he has what it takes to freshen up another horror concept with this paranormal investigation melodrama ... which was a surprisingly strong force at the 2013 summer box office. Vera Farmiga ("Bates Motel") and Patrick Wilson -- also one of Wan's "Insidious" stars -- play supposed experts on the supernatural who end up in over their heads when they probe a family's apparently haunted farmhouse.
Marty (Lenny Venito) plans a date night for himself and Debbie (Jami Gertz), but it doesn't turn out the way she had hoped. Dick (Ian Patrick) develops a major crush on the new baby sitter (Rachel Dratch) in the new episode "A Night in (Lou Ferrigno's Hibachi) Heaven." Simon Templeman and Toks Olagundoye also star.
Adapted by Neil LaBute from his own stage play, this 2013 comedy stars Adam Brody ("The O.C.") as a bridegroom-to-be who embarks on a cross-country journey to make amends to all the girls he's loved before. Jennifer Morrison ("Once Upon a Time"), Emily Watson ("War Horse") and Kristen Bell ("Veronica Mars") play some of them.
The position of director of social media for David Barton Gym is up for grabs in this new episode. Of the four candidates competing, one is a gym rat, one is marketing-savvy, one is bursting with confidence, and one has lots of sex appeal -- and one of them isn't really a candidate but a company mole who's spying on the others and will pick the winner in "David Barton Gym."
In the season finale, Lucas and Carrie (Antony Starr, Ivana Milicevic) prepare for the fight of their lives against Rabbit (Ben Cross) and his soldiers. Proctor's (Ulrich Thomsen) return to Banshee has Rebecca (Lili Simmons) striving to prove her allegiance in "Bullets and Tears."
The people closest to Will (Hugh Dancy) are forced to take sides as his trial begins. That's especially difficult for Jack (Laurence Fishburne), who's already in trouble because of Alana's (Caroline Dhavernas) damning report about his conduct with Will. The murder of a court bailiff adds further confusion to the situation in the new episode "Hassun."
Unique Vintage, a classic-inspired apparel seller, was started by someone with no business experience -- and it shows. The warehouse is in chaos, management is lacking, and customer service is poor. Enter Peter Jones to share his expertise and help founder Katie and her staff turn things around in the new episode "Unique Vintage."
This new documentary takes viewers behind the scenes of the NBA's Summer League, an annual exhibition event where rookies and unsigned players show coaches and team managers what they can do on the court. Two rookies -- Michael Carter Williams of Philadelphia 76ers and Shane Larkin of the Dallas Mavericks -- are prominently featured.
The classic F. Scott Fitzgerald story gets a typically rule-breaking revision from director Baz Luhrmann in a 2013 version with Leonardo DiCaprio as the wealthy 1920s recluse. Gatsby uses neighbor Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) as his liaison to reconnect with Nick's cousin and Gatsby's lost love Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan), whose husband (Joel Edgerton) is none too pleased when he finds out. Isla Fisher and Jason Clarke also appear in the lavish production.
Based on a true story, this new docudrama stars Dreama Walker as reporter Christine Pelisek, who connects the dots in dozens of unsolved Los Angeles murders and determines they're the work of one killer. Ernie Hudson and Michael O'Neill also star, with singer Macy Gray as the killer's sole surviving would-be victim.
Conference championship play is the order of the day today, starting with this final of the America East Tournament. Later on ESPN2, there are title games in the Southwest, MAC, Southland and Big West tournaments, while on ESPN look for finals in the AAC and Big 12 tourneys.
Fans of old-time "boys have at it" short-track racing will want to tune into today's Nationwide Series race from Tennessee's Bristol Motor Speedway, host of the Jeff Foxworthy's Grit Chips 300. A field including Austin Dillon, Parker Kligerman, Reed Sorenson and J.J. Yeley will do battle on the high-banked .533-mile oval in a race Kyle Busch won by .023 seconds last year ahead of Kyle Larson.
Two women who live a long way from Austin made their "ACL" debuts in this episode. Eclectic British pop sensation Florence Welsh, frontwoman of Florence & the Machine, brings her band to town to perform songs from its first album, "Lungs." Also on the bill: Swedish electro-pop singer-songwriter Lykke Li.
A mortally wounded man carrying a baby stumbles into a church and leaves the infant with a priest before he dies. As Castle and Beckett (Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic) investigate, they discover that the dead man was no relation to the child. Now they must find his killer and the little one's parents in "The Good, the Bad & the Baby."
Abigail (Lori Loughlin) learns more about Gowen's (Martin Cummins) dangerous behavior leading up to the mine disaster. As Julie (Charlotte Hegele) grows closer to Nathaniel (John Reardon), the rest of the Tolliver gang shows up in Coal Valley in the new episode "Love Comes First." Erin Krakow also stars.
As the hunt for the Urca gets under way, big changes are in store for Eleanor (Hannah New), while Bonny and Rackham (Clara Paget, Toby Schmitz) find their past misdeeds coming back to haunt them in the new episode "VIII." Toby Stephens, Luke Arnold and Zach McGowan also star.
Goldie Hawn stars as Jill, a free spirit who moves in next door to a blind man (Edward Albert), in this 1972 romantic comedy. Don (Albert) has been trying to live on his own, apart from his domineering mother (Eileen Heckart), and Jill helps him gain independence. Gradually, love blossoms, and Jill must decide if she wants to live a tamer life.
Peter gets tired of watching football players thanking God for their victories after defeating the New England Patriots, so he and the guys go in search of God in hopes of persuading him to stop interfering with the NFL. C.J. Spiller and Mario Williams of the Buffalo Bills guest voice their animated likenesses in the new episode "3 Acts of God."
The acclaimed drama series about military families never got to say a proper goodbye, as it was canceled after its seventh season ended. This new two-hour retrospective is the next best thing: a celebration of the series featuring original cast members Kim Delaney, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh, Sterling K. Brown and more. Also participating are executive producer Jeff Melvoin; author Tanya Biank, whose book inspired the show; and some real military wives.
As Jane and Fischer (Simon Baker, Emily Swallow) investigate a murder at an oil fracking site, Rigsby and Van Pelt's (Owain Yeoman, Amanda Righetti) ongoing search for the person attacking former CBI agents takes them to Austin, Texas. Robin Tunney and Tim Kang also star in the new episode "Grey Water."
Fans of vintage "boys have at it" racing will be in their glory today, as the Sprint Cup revs up on the short track of Tennessee's Bristol Motor Speedway for the Food City 500. Expect paint to be exchanged on the .533-mile oval, on which Kasey Kahne took advantage of a Brad Keselowski gaffe on a late-race restart in last year's contest to capture his 15th Sprint Cup victory. He'll be challenged by a field including Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson.
It's mid-March -- do you know where your favorite teams are? The 68 schools picked to compete in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament are revealed tonight in this special. With the revelation of the brackets comes the requisite debate about which bubble teams were snubbed by the selection committee, which teams didn't deserve a ticket to the dance and which No. 1 seed is the likeliest to fall victim to an underdog.
Tate (Jake McLaughlin) takes Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) to Atlantic City in hopes of winning some money. While there, Bo bonds with a struggling mom and her ailing child. The FBI's involvement complicates Skouras' (Kyle MacLachlan) efforts to recover Bo. Delroy Lindo and Jamie Chung also star in the new episode "Beginner's Luck."
Neil deGrasse Tyson focuses on the "life" part of life, the universe and everything in this new episode. Topics include how natural selection shaped the human eye and artificial selection created domestic dogs from the wolf. He also traces the human family tree back to its roots in one-celled organisms and visits the Hall of Extinction to see the broken branches on that tree in "Some of the Things That Molecules Do."
In each episode of this series, which starts a new season tonight, two strangers -- one male, one female -- must live by their wits for 21 days in a remote part of the world. And in case you were thinking that title isn't meant to be taken literally, it is. They're out there in their birthday suits.
Sheriff Fred (Matt Craven) and the rest of the Langston family are forced to confront old secrets when Bellamy (Omar Epps) wants to open Jacob's (Landon Gimenez) tomb. Pastor Tom (Mark Hildreth), Jacob's childhood friend, reaches out to the boy. The town's second returnee, Caleb Richards (Sam Hazeldine), claims he can't remember dying, as Jacob does, in the new episode "Unearth."
Alicia (Julianna Margulies) seeks inspiration in her past for a keynote speech at the American Bar Association conference. Cary (Matt Czuchry) and Alicia compete with Will and Diane (Josh Charles, Christine Baranski) for an alliance with a powerful New York lawyer (Jill Hennessy). Will seeks support from an old acquaintance as Nelson Dubeck's (Eric Bogosian) voter fraud investigation continues in the new episode "A Few Words."
A busload of students from an elite Washington, D.C., high school is ambushed during a field trip, and its occupants are taken hostage by mysterious forces seeking leverage against their parents -- movers and shakers all -- in this tense new drama series. Gillian Anderson, Rachael Taylor, Dermot Mulroney, Lance Gross and Michael Beach star.
Sportscaster Erin Andrews, who came in third in Season 10, replaces Brooke Burke-Charvet as Tom Bergeron's new co-host as the hit dance competition launches its 18th season. This year's contestants include former hockey player Sean Avery, actress Candace Cameron Bure, Olympic champion ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White, and actor Billy Dee Williams. Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman return to judge their performances.
Remember Lucy, Ray and Afton (Charlene Tilton, Steve Kanaly, Audrey Landers)? They're back at Southfork for John Ross and Pamela's (Josh Henderson, Julie Gonzalo) wedding. Now all they need is the groom, who's off trying to make a deal with an adversary of the Ewings -- or is he? As Nicolas and Elena (Juan Pablo Di Pace, Jordana Brewster) grow closer, Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) makes his own romantic connection in the new episode "Lifting the Veil."
This new documentary produced by Maria Shriver tells one woman's story, but her situation is one that's all too familiar to many. Gilbert, who lives in Tennessee, is a single mother who struggles to raise her three children on a nursing assistant's wages. She would like to get more education and improve her lot, but that's far easier said than done.
Spring has sprung down in Florida with the first of seven ESPN telecasts of preseason baseball coming from Fort Myers, where Dustin Pedroia and the defending champion Boston Red Sox welcome in Matt Holliday and the St. Louis Cardinals in a rematch of last fall's World Series. Expect to see more of these teams over the next two weeks -- the Sox play twice more on ESPN; the Cards once -- before the regular season opens on March 30.
A team that has seen its share of turmoil this season but is nonetheless in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff picture draws a tough assignment tonight in Chicago as Carlos Boozer and the Bulls welcome in the top team in the West in Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Then it's a battle of Western foes in the nightcap of this ESPN doubleheader as Blake Griffin and the formidable Los Angeles Clippers visit Ty Lawson and the flagging Denver Nuggets.
Gloria (Victoria Platt) grants the Atrian Seven some time outside their sector, and Roman (Matt Lanter) takes advantage of the opportunity to investigate his father's past -- with unexpected results. Eric (Jesse Luken) interrupts Grayson and Emery's (Grey Damon, Aimee Teegarden) date to ask Grayson for help, and everyone winds up in danger. Greg Finley and Natalie Hall also star in the new episode "Dreamers Often Lie."
When the rivalry between the Carlton and Buckner field hockey teams intensifies, Bay (Vanessa Marano) asks Tank (Max Adler) to help her strike back. Nikki (Cassi Thomson) pays Toby (Lucas Grabeel) a surprise visit. Daphne (Katie Leclerc) finally chooses between Campbell and Jorge (RJ Mitte, David Castaneda). Regina's (Constance Marie) connections in her old neighborhood prove helpful at work in the new episode "The Ambush."
The competition moves to its next phase in this new episode. The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert, Aloe Blacc and Jill Scott are on hand to advise coaches Blake Shelton, Shakira, Adam Levine and Usher, respectively, as they prepare their contestants. After two members of each coach's team face off in duets, the coaches pick their strongest contenders and have the option of stealing losing artists from the others in "The Battles, Round 1 Premiere."
The upcoming winter ball at school has Mariana and Jesus (Cierra Ramirez, Jake T. Austin) worried about dates, while the students are suspicious of a surprise nomination for winter queen. Zac's (Julian De La Celle) mother (Romy Rosemont) shows up at school hoping to talk to Lena (Sherri Saum). Brandon (David Lambert) feels threatened when an old friend approaches Callie (Maia Mitchell) to make amends in the new episode "Metropolis."
The next person on Red's (James Spader) list is someone familiar: his former associate Mako Tanida (guest star Hoon Lee, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"), a crime lord who has escaped from prison with revenge on his mind. Rachel Brosnahan ("House of Cards") also guest stars in the new episode "Mako Tanida"; Ryan Eggold also stars.