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Monday, March 27
The Young and the Restless 50th Anniversary Celebration
Entertainment Tonight’s Nischelle Turner hosts this retrospective special celebrating the 50th anniversary of daytime drama The Young and the Restless. Look back on the epic romances, biggest feuds and rivalries, iconic weddings, famous alumni, and groundbreaking Y&R moments in pop culture.
Cult Sci-Fi Favorites
MOVIES!, beginning at 7:25am
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Whether you like future dystopias, alien invaders or space opera action in your sci-fi cinema, MOVIES! has you covered today with six classics, beginning with Logan’s Run (1976), based on William F. Nolan’s novel and set in a future society where population and resource-consumption is maintained by killing people who reach the age of 30. Michael York and Jenny Agutter star in this film that received a Special Achievement Academy Award for its visual effects. After that, take a trip to another frightening future — the year 2022! — in the Charlton Heston-led Soylent Green (1973). Up next is the iconic The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951), headlined by Michael Rennie, a robot named Gort, and an eerie and influential musical score by Bernard Herrmann, one of the earliest film compositions to incorporate the otherworldly sound of a theremin, an instrument that would soon become almost an overused cliché in spacey and spooky movies. Less-friendly extraterrestrial visitors are featured in the next two titles: The Day Mars Invaded Earth (1962) and Invaders From Mars, director Tobe Hooper’s fun 1986 remake of the 1953 classic of the same name, starring Karen Black. Finally, there is producer Roger Corman’s Battle Beyond the Stars (1980), one of the more enjoyable of the many Star Wars wannabes that followed in the wake of that 1977 blockbuster. Richard Thomas, Robert Vaughn, George Peppard, John Saxon and Saturn Award-winning Sybil Danning lead the cast of this film, which boasts a screenplay by future Oscar nominee John Sayles and a musical score by future Oscar winner James Horner.
The dating games are over for singleton Zach Shallcross, who (hopefully) commits to one of his remaining ladies in this three-hour combo finale/After the Final Rose special. Which, to be honest, is longer than most of the show’s romances.
All American: “United in Grief”
The CW, 8pm
Jordan (Michael Evans Behling) tries to step up as a leader, while Spencer (Daniel Ezra) spirals into a person who is almost unrecognizable.
iHeartRadio Music Awards
FOX, 8pm Live
The 10th annual iHeartRadio Music Awards take place tonight at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, featuring award presentations in multiple categories and live performances from the biggest artists in music.
Antiques Roadshow: “Did Grandma Lie?”
Find out if Grandma lied about family goods that include a 1900 Mark Twain letter, a ruby-and-diamond bracelet, and a Babe Ruth- and Honus Wagner-signed baseball. Does the story behind the show-topping $85,000 find really hold up?
All American: Homecoming
The CW, 9pm
In the concluding episode of the season, titled “Diary,” Simone (Geffri Maya) preps for the exhibition match and is presented with unexpected obstacles.
Spring Baking Championship: Easter
Food Network, 9pm
The semifinals have the four remaining bakers hopping to when host Sunny Anderson tasks them with an ice cream-themed challenge to create a massive Easter sundae. (Reporting for guest judge duty!) After that, a seasonal tea party sets the table for three of them to move on to the grand finale.
The Watchful Eye
In the last episode of the season, titled “Hale Fellow Well Met,” a tidal wave of truth comes out, after which the Greybourne will never be the same.
Like a Girl
Model, designer and former college athlete Beija Marie Velez hosts this series that takes an unfiltered look at women in sports today. This season spotlights six elite female athletes who are turning the phrase “like a girl” on its head: American Paralympic swimmer Anastasia Pagonis, American beach volleyball player April Ross, American skateboarder Jennifer Soto, Jamaican American transgender athlete Cece Telfer, Native American pro soccer player Madison Hammond and American pro basketball player Angel McCoughtry.
History’s Greatest of All Time With Peyton Manning: “Perfect Pairs”
Host Peyton Manning and various experts count down the 10 greatest pairings in history, duos whose teamwork was groundbreaking across various areas, from music to business to sports. They rank a list that includes John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Venus and Serena Williams, Orville and Wilbur Wright, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon, and more.
In “It’s Not Over,” Anna and Lucy seek guidance from their father’s spirit. Randi makes her decision about where to live. Vee and Ashley confront each other with their hurt feelings. Jessica and John try to keep the focus on Christina as she gives birth at home.
Tuesday, March 28
Michael Caine Icon-a-thon
MOVIES!, beginning at 11:45am
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This afternoon, enjoy a triple feature of some lesser-shown, but greatly enjoyable, films starring the always fantastic British icon Michael Caine in roles where his charm comes through even when playing less-than-honorable characters. First, in the neo-noir crime thriller Deadfall (1968), Caine plays cat burglar Henry Clarke, who, with some accomplices who aren’t the most emotionally stable people, plots to steal diamonds from a millionaire’s chateau. Next, in director John Sturges’ World War II film The Eagle Has Landed (1976), Caine steps into the uniform of Nazi Col. Kurt Steiner, who leads an infiltration into England as part of a plot to kidnap Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Donald Sutherland, Robert Duvall, Jenny Agutter and Donald Pleasence costar. Finally, Caine plays a playwright who plots murder in order to take credit for a play by one of his students (Christopher Reeve) in the darkly comic mystery film Deathtrap (1982), directed by Sidney Lumet and based on Ira Levin’s play.
TNT, beginning at 7:30pm Live
TNT’s Tuesday NBA twin bill has the Miami Heat at the Toronto Raptors and the New Orleans Pelicans at the Golden State Warriors.
Superman & Lois: “In Cold Blood”
The CW, 8pm
Lois (Elizabeth Tulloch) and Chrissy (Sofia Hasmik) pursue a new lead in the Mannheim investigation, against Clark’s (Tyler Hoechlin) wishes.
Homestead Rescue: “Rubble With a Cause”
Discovery Channel, 8pm
Survival pro Marty Raney and his kids Misty and Matt visit Washington State this week to aid a pair of green homesteaders. Seems their A-frame rates an F (for “fallen down”) and their readiness for winter in terms of crops and livestock isn’t much better.
Finding Your Roots: “Anchormen”
Henry Louis Gates Jr. introduces journalists Jim Acosta and Van Jones to the ancestors who blazed trails for them, meeting runaway slaves and immigrant settlers who took enormous chances so that their descendants might thrive.
The Rookie: Feds: “Burn Run”
Simone (Niecy Nash) uncovers a trail of bodies that leads her to investigate a case involving a business tycoon.
Gotham Knights: “Under Pressure”
The CW, 9pm
The Mutant gang retaliates against Gotham by taking hostages at the annual Founder’s Gala.
Accused: “Esme’s Story”
After a white nationalist plows his car into a peaceful demonstration and gets away, a survivor takes justice into her own hands. Abigail Breslin and Aisha Dee star in the new episode “Esme’s Story.”
In “Fires, Floods and Teenagers,” emergency restoration experts and sisters Lindsey Uselding and Kirsten Meehan have their hands full restoring the Higgins’ kitchen, living room and garage, all destroyed by a raging fire. Later, they get the call to investigate a scene where a joyriding teenager crashed into a house, demolishing the outer wall and a prized fireplace. If that isn’t enough, they then race to save what they can of a client’s living room and basement after a major flood caused by a tiny washing machine hose.
American Experience: “The Movement and the ‘Madman’”
Discover the untold story of the 1969 showdown between President Richard Nixon and the anti-war movement.
Will Trent: “Pterodactyls Can Fly”
When a trailer park massacre leaves a young boy without his family, Will (Ramón Rodríguez) becomes his guardian.
History’s Greatest Heists With Pierce Brosnan
This suspenseful series wraps its freshman season with the theft that host Pierce Brosnan told us he’d most like to see solved. In 1990, two thieves disguised as police officers stole a half-billion dollars’ worth of artwork from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The paintings are still missing — and numerous suspects have turned up dead.
Restaurants at the End of the World: “Norway’s Touch of Madness”
Nat Geo, 10pm
Host Kristen Kish explores Arctic cuisine at Isfjord Radio Restaurant, part of a wilderness hotel/coast radio station located on Norway’s Svalbard archipelago. The food at this restaurant is as adventurous as the journey to get there: In the summer, the place is reached by crossing the Arctic Ocean in a boat; in winter, one gets there by sled dogs or snowmobile after gliding over glaciers and mountains.
MLW Underground Wrestling: “Micromania”
The smallest wrestler ever collides with the biggest mouth of the squared circle! Real1 vs. Microman is the main event tonight. Plus, Alexander Hammerstone declares war. In other action, it’s Davey Boy Smith Jr. vs. Alex Kane as the road to the Battle Riot begins.
Wednesday, March 29
In this Australian comedy/drama, after food writer Liv (Celeste Barber) has a major health crisis, she is forced to rethink her “live fast, die young” attitude. When she scores a once-in-a-lifetime job that will catapult her into the American mainstream, a series of unfortunate events in Australia sees her banned from re-entering the States unless she fixes her health. Throwing herself body-first into a wellness journey, Liv tries everything from the benign to the bizarre in an attempt to get well quick and reclaim her old life.
ESPN, beginning at 7:30pm Live
The Dallas Mavericks duel with the 76ers in Philadelphia and the Minnesota Timberwolves battle the Suns in Phoenix.
TNT, beginning at 7:30pm Live
An NHL doubleheader on TNT has the N.Y. Islanders at the Washington Capitals and the Minnesota Wild at the Colorado Avalanche.
The Flash: “Wildest Dreams”
The CW, 8pm
Iris (Candice Patton) and Nia (Nicole Maines) fall into a fever dream and explore different possibilities for their lives.
The Masked Singer: “’80s Night”
The Masked Singer goes retro with a trip back to the 1980s! A new group of singers belt out hit favorites from the decade, but only one will move forward in the competition in the new episode “’80s Night.”
31 Days of Oscar: “Documentaries”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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Five top-notch documentaries that have all won Academy Awards air this evening during Turner Classic Movies’ 31 Days of Oscar. Leading off the lineup, and making its TCM premiere, is director Errol Morris’ The Fog of War (2003), about the life and times of former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, which won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. After that is another Documentary Feature winner: Common Threads: Stories From the Quilt (1989). Featuring narration by Dustin Hoffman and a musical score by Bobby McFerrin, the film tells the story behind the AIDS Quilt. Following that is the director’s cut (running a bit under four hours) of Michael Wadleigh’s Woodstock (1970). The film about the legendary 1969 music concert won Best Documentary Feature, and also received nominations for Best Sound (Dan Wallin and L.A. Johnson) and Editing (Thelma Schoonmaker). Concluding the lineup in the early morning are producer/director Barbara Kopple’s Best Documentary Feature winner Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976), and The Battle of Midway (1942), director John Ford’s Best Documentary-winning short film that captured footage of the pivotal World War II Pacific battle of the title as it happened.
The CW, 9pm
The seventh and final season of this beloved supernatural adaptation of the Archie comics will bring the entire Riverdale crew back into the 1950s after a comet nearly destroys the town. Only Jughead (Cole Sprouse) will remember what happened in the previous six seasons, working to return his friends back to the present, along with their memories.
Guy’s Grocery Games: “All-Star Rush”
Food Network, 9pm
Three, two … run! “Fast food” takes on a whole new meaning when Guy Fieri orders four competing chefs to serve up a top-notch brunch in just 20 minutes. Then the race is on again with a challenge to create a noodle dish out of 10 ingredients or less in the same amount of time.
Pawn Stars: “Rarer Than Hen’s Teeth”
Cha-ching! Las Vegas shop guys Rick, Corey and Chum wheel and deal the hour away to acquire collectible M*A*S*H action figures and Tyrannosaurus rex teeth.
A Million Little Things: “Dear Diary”
Secrets are revealed when Katherine (Grace Park) meets Greta’s (Cameron Esposito) parents, and Maggie (Allison Miller) returns to unexpected changes at her workplace.
True Lies: “Unrelated Parents”
In the new episode “Unrelated Parents,” the Omega Sector team must track down a dangerous hacker with missile codes that could cause war to break out in the Middle East if they fall into the wrong hands.
Thursday, March 30
Rob Lowe leads this comedy as Ellis Dragon, a universally admired, eccentric, narcissist-adjacent biotech entrepreneur working to make the world a better place. He’s also in emotional free fall. Meanwhile, his son Jackson Dragon (played by Lowe’s real-life son John Owen Lowe) is none of those things. Can Jackson save Ellis and his company and salvage their estranged relationship while also doing what may be impossible: escaping the shadow of his larger-than-life father?
Major League Baseball: Chicago White Sox at Houston
ESPN, 7pm Live
Major League Baseball’s opening day has all 30 teams in action, highlighted by the Houston Astros raising another World Series championship banner when they host the Chicago White Sox.
TNT, beginning at 7:30pm Live
Eastern Conference contenders collide in Milwaukee as the Boston Celtics face the Bucks. TNT’s second game has the New Orleans Pelicans at the Denver Nuggets.
Station 19: “Never Gonna Give You Up”
A call from a social media star’s livestream sends the team on an unusual rescue.
Young Sheldon: “A Stolen Truck and Going on the Lam”
Uh-oh. Sheldon’s twin Missy (Raegan Revord) decides to steal their dad’s truck and run away with her troubled friend Paige (Mckenna Grace)!
Walker: “False Flag (Part Two)”
The CW, 8pm
The Walkers must contend with Grey Flag’s plans and one truth: that everything was a lie.
Disney Channel, 8pm
College-focused Mandy (Peyton Elizabeth Lee) agrees to tutor the most popular boy in her high school (Blake Draper), who she abhors, in exchange for his politician father’s help getting her off the Harvard waitlist. Soon, she realizes there’s more to this jock than she thought, and perhaps more to life than going to Harvard. Like, perhaps, going to prom?
31 Days of Oscar: “Melodrama”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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The deliciously heightened emotions, and exaggerated characters and plots, associated with movies in the melodrama genre can come off as silly in unskilled hands. But when practiced creative professionals — on camera and behind it — put their talents toward these tales, they can become compelling enough to warrant Academy Award nominations, as seen in tonight’s 31 Days of Oscar lineup of five titles on Turner Classic Movies. The acclaimed melodramas featured this evening are: Magnificent Obsession (1954) — one nomination, for Best Actress (Jane Wyman); Imitation of Life (1959) — two Best Supporting Actress nominations (Juanita Moore and Susan Kohner); Peyton Place (1957) — nine nominations, including Best Picture, Actress (Lana Turner), two Supporting Actor nods (Russ Tamblyn and Arthur Kennedy) and two Supporting Actress nods (Hope Lange and Diane Varsi); Dark Victory (1939) — three nominations: Best Picture, Actress (Bette Davis) and Original Score (Max Steiner); and Stella Dallas (1937) — two nominations: Best Actress (Barbara Stanwyck) and Supporting Actress (Anne Shirley).
Ghosts: “Alberta’s Descendant”
In the new episode “Alberta’s Descendant,” Alberta (Danielle Pinnock) is thrilled when a living relative, Alicia (guest star Ashley D. Kelley), visits Woodstone to learn more about her.
Grey’s Anatomy: “Pick Yourself Up”
Maggie (Kelly McCreary) lands in hot water with Winston (Anthony Hill), and Jules’ (Adelaide Kane) roommate makes a surprise appearance.
Law & Order: SVU: “Lime Chaser”
Det. Grace Muncy is a good cop who handles rape survivors with empathy. But SVU’s newest member (Molly Burnett) is also a tough nut with, as Burnett puts it, “anger issues.” Her protective shell cracks a bit tonight after Captain Benson (Mariska Hargitay) has Muncy’s younger brother, Teddy (Michael Trotter), brought in as a person of interest on a case in which women are drugged and delivered to men who pay to sexually abuse them.
Call Me Kat: “Call Me Not Okurrr”
In the heat of the moment, Zoey (guest star Margie Mays) kisses Kat (Mayim Bialik) at karaoke night in the new episode “Call Me Not Okurrr.”
Reporters Eileen (Hilary Swank) and Roz (Grace Dove), eager to find a lead before an innocent man is jailed, listen to the final phone call made by Indigenous murder victim Gloria Nanmac. Also, rumors of a new local paper could mean competition.
CSI: Vegas: “The Promise”
An emotional case involving an 8-year-old’s long-lost remains leads the girl’s mother (guest star Regina Taylor) to Crime Lab head Max Roby (Paula Newsome), who connects with the woman. Bonus: Original CSI star Eric Szmanda returns for multiple episodes!
Good Trouble: “About Damn Time”
Davia (Emma Hunton) evaluates her next career move when a friend from her theater days resurfaces.
Friday, March 31
Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King
The popular Japanese manga Black Clover is adapted into a movie for the first time with this anime feature that presents a unique story not depicted in the comics — supervised by Yūki Tabata, the author of the original manga — that reveals the story of the Wizard King. In a world where magic is everything, Asta (voice of Gakuto Kajiwara), a boy who was born with no magic, aims to become the “Wizard King” in order to overcome adversity, prove his power and keep his oath with his friends.
This South Korean action film stars Jeon Do-yeon as a renowned killer for hire who finds it difficult to achieve a balance between her “work” and being a single mom to a teenage daughter.
Murder Mystery 2
Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are back as Nick and Audrey Spitz in this comedic mystery. Four years after solving their first case, the Spitzes are now full-time detectives struggling to get their private eye agency off the ground when they are invited to celebrate the wedding of their friend the Maharaja (Adeel Akhtar) on his private island. But when the groom is kidnapped for ransom soon after the festivities begin, each glamorous guest, family member and even the bride herself are suspects. Mark Strong, Mélanie Laurent, Jodie Turner-Smith, Tony Goldwyn and Wilmer Valderrama also star.
NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament: Final Four
ESPN, beginning at 7pm Live
The NCAA Women’s Final Four national semifinal games take place tonight at American Airlines Center in Dallas.
31 Days of Oscar: “Horror”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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Turner Classic Movies concludes the 2023 installment of 31 Days of Oscar this evening with five films from a genre not frequently recognized by the Academy Awards: horror. These frightful flicks were so well done that they could not be ignored, however, and they at least received nominations, if not wins: Psycho (1960) — four nominations: Best Supporting Actress (Janet Leigh), Director (Alfred Hitchcock), Cinematography, Black-and-White (John L. Russell) and Set Decoration, Black-and-White (Joseph Hurley, Robert Clatworthy and George Milo); Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931) — winner for Fredric March as Best Actor (he tied with The Champ’s Wallace Beery), and also nominated for Adapted Screenplay (Percy Heath and Samuel Hoffenstein) and Cinematography (Karl Struss); Poltergeist (1982) — nominated for its visual effects, sound effects editing and Jerry Goldsmith’s musical score; What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) — five nominations, including Best Actress (Bette Davis) and Supporting Actor (Victor Buono), and one win, for Norma Koch’s costume design; and The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) — one nomination, for Best Sound, Recording (Gilbert Kurland).
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The CW, 9pm
This long-running improv comedy show featuring host Aisha Tyler and regulars Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles returns for a new season tonight.
Joni Mitchell: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song
In this all-star tribute concert recorded March 1 in Washington, D.C., iconic singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell is honored as the latest recipient of the Library of Congress’ Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. “Joni Mitchell’s music and artistry have left a distinct impression on American culture and internationally, crossing from folk music with a distinctive voice whose songs will stay with us for the ages,” Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden said. “We are honored to present the Gershwin Prize to this musical genius.” Performers had not been announced at presstime.
The comedy following the catering crew wraps up its Season 3 reunion with “Sepulveda Basin High School Spring Play Opening Night.” Stars Adam Scott, Jane Lynch and Martin Starr.
The Great American Joke Off
The CW, 9:30pm
Hosted by comedian Dulcé Sloan, this new show will celebrate wisecracks, one-liners and the art of telling a great joke. Every round will involve creating as many gags as possible in the given categories and even using texts from audience members as springboards for jokes and punchlines.
Saturday, April 1
Warner Bros. 100th Anniversary Celebration
TCM, beginning at 6am
On April 4, 1923, brothers Harry, Albert, Sam and Jack Warner founded Warner Bros., one of Hollywood’s most iconic studios, which has produced countless classic films over the past century even as it also expanded into television and other media outlets. Turner Classic Movies is celebrating the studio’s centennial, and tracing its history, all April long, with famous films (every title on this month’s schedule is a WB production), several documentaries and special nights devoted to legendary Warner Bros. stars like Humphrey Bogart and Bette Davis. Today’s lineup features productions from the studio’s early years, spanning the end of the silent era and the rise of “talkies.” In fact, the famous Warner production that was the first feature-length sound film and sent the message that talking pictures were here to stay, The Jazz Singer (1927), is part of the schedule, airing in late-night. Also of note, earlier in primetime, are The Brothers Warner, a 2007 documentary presenting the inside story of Warner Bros. made by Cass Warner, Harry’s granddaughter, and the TCM premiere of the 2023 documentary Cinema Finds Its Voice.
Elvira’s Movie Macabre
For April Fools’ Day, the Mistress of the Dark offers films both hilariously bad and scary. Enjoy the furry-faced antics of Dean Stockwell in 1973’s somewhat intentionally comic horror flick The Werewolf of Washington. The following year saw genre mainstays Christopher Lee (as the title character) and Peter Cushing (as Van Helsing) costar opposite Joanna Lumley in The Satanic Rites of Dracula. And no less a star than Joseph Cotten plays the reanimating Baron in 1971’s Lady Frankenstein.
NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Final Four
CBS, beginning at 6pm Live
March Madness creeps into April as national semifinalists hit the floor at NRG Stadium in Houston to battle for a berth in Monday’s title game.
The Ten Commandments
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Nearly every year since 1973, with a few exceptions, ABC has re-aired this gigantic 1956 Best Picture Oscar-nominated religious epic on or around Easter — even though it relates more to the Passover holiday, given that its story comes from the Old Testament book of Exodus about Moses’ (Charlton Heston) deliverance of the Israelites from slavery at the hands of Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner). That tradition continues this year, as the network airs director Cecil B. DeMille’s thrilling achievement tonight, eight days before Easter. Already a very lengthy film in its original format, the TV broadcast somehow seems to keep getting longer each year thanks to commercials, so if you’re recording the movie, be aware that your DVR will get quite a workout — ABC has it scheduled in a four-hour-and-44-minute time slot! But with a moviegoing experience this grand, the time flies by. It’s easy to say “they don’t make ’em like that anymore” regarding such films, but in the case of The Ten Commandments, that is literally true — with its massive live crowd shots (of both people and animals) and spectacular set designs, the cost of creating a film like this in the manner in which it was produced would certainly be viewed as prohibitive by any studio today. From an era in which biblical epics were fairly common in Hollywood, DeMille’s work is one of the few that remains so highly watched and beloved to this day. Along with Heston in his iconic role as Moses (and as the voice of God via the burning bush) and Brynner, the film is also star-studded with the likes of Anne Baxter, an oddly cast Edward G. Robinson, Yvonne De Carlo, Debra Paget, John Derek, Vincent Price, John Carradine and more. DeMille is at the height of his directorial powers here as he wrangles so much into a captivating, if melodramatic, presentation. Among the film’s other technical achievements are its Oscar-winning special effects, and it also boasts a grand musical score by Elmer Bernstein.
Love in the Maldives
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Rae Parker (Jocelyn Hudon), a travel writer with a monthly singles column called “Reservation for One,” is sent by her editor to one of the world’s most romantic destinations to stay on a floating hotel in the ocean. Rae, who is afraid of the ocean, seeks out guidance from the hotel’s guest experience expert, Jared (Jake Manley), who steps in to make it his personal mission to give Rae the adventure she’s looking for.
Cold Justice: “Digging for Justice”
In Hubbard, Ohio, prosecutor Kelly Siegler and detective Tonya Rider may unearth answers in the case of a mom who disappeared after the Fourth of July 1977.