On TV this Friday: The Sith hits the fan on Clone Wars, the Supernatural boys head to the ballet, In Plain Sight launches its final season and more. In addition to the March Madness taking place on CBS, here are seven programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Nikita (The CW) | When Amanda realizes Percy is behind a string of agent assassinations, she reluctantly calls Nikita with an offer that is hard to resist: Stop Percy, get Ryan. (Read Maggie Q’s preview!)
8 pm Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Cartoon Network) | Season 4 finale: When Savage and Maul, now reunited, pursue Ventress and Kenobi in search of revenge, Obi-Wan is forced to unite with Asajj to defend against the deadly siblings.
9 pm Supernatural (The CW) | After a ballerina dances herself to death (Black Swan?), Sam and Dean discover her ballet slippers were cursed. The kicker? When Dean accidentally touches the shoes, the power of the curse starts to take hold of him. (Get a sneak peek!)
9 pm Fairly Legal (USA Network) | Season 2 premiere: Kate returns to work after Lauren fired her, starting with a chemically-charged case and immediately butting heads with a new lawyer (played by new series regular Ryan Johnson.) Desperate Housewives‘ Mark Moses guest-stars. (Preview: Sarah Shahi teases a “delicious” love triangle.)
10 pm In Plain Sight (USA Network) | Final season premiere: Mary returns from maternity leave to find a new set of office dynamics, all while she works to protect a witness who could take down one of the most powerful secret societies in the country. Rebecca Wisocky (The Mentalist) and Bones‘ Michael Grant Terry guest-star. (Read finale season preview!)
10 pm Spartacus: Vengeance (Starz) | Spartacus gets a chance at vengeance (hey, that’s the title!) when a prominent Roman is captured — but he has to decide if it’s worth risking the greater good.
10 pm Merlin (Syfy) | Morgana finds a powerful ally in the Southron warlord Helios, and together they hatch the perfect plan to force Camelot to its knees.
Which of the above is must-see for you? Also, hit Comments to offer your own tune-in suggestions.