What to Watch Today

March Madness Round 2, Saints of Newark on HBO and More

  • CBS, TBS, TNT
    NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament

    Second round coverage includes Baylor vs. North Carolina (at 12:10 pm on CBS), Kansas vs. Creighton (2:40 pm, CBS), Tennessee vs. Michigan (5:15 pm, CBS), Providence vs. Richmond (6:10, TNT), UCLA vs. Saint Mary’s (7:10, TBS), Murray State vs. Saint Peter’s (7:45 pm, CBS), Arkansas vs. New Mexico State (8:40 pm, TNT) and Gonzaga vs. Memphis (9:40, TBS). (View full schedule.)

  • AMC
    Breaking Bad Marathon, Part 1

    Starting here with the Emmy-winning drama’s first seven episodes and continuing over the next four Saturdays (leading up to Better Call Saul‘s final season premiere on April 18), this marathon features BTS interviews and bonus content — including trivia and BCS Easter eggs.

  • Ovation
    Murdoch Mysteries

    After their train derails, Ogden and Brackenreid believe it to be an act of sabotage to hide a murder.

  • The CW
    The Great Chocolate Showdown

    Season 1 finale: The Final 3 whip up an assortment of goods to fill their dream bake shop windows.

  • HBO
    The Many Saints of Newark

    Premium cable premiere: The Sopranos prequel film takes us back to the ’60s, where a young Tony (Michael Gandolfini) and his family are in the midst of a gang war. (Who’s Who?)

  • Lifetime
    Sins in the Suburbs

    TV-movie premiere: Struggling artist Heather (You’re Hired‘s Monique Sypkens) suspects her charming, successful neighbor Tyler (Fatal Memory‘s Brandon Santana) of being a serial killer.

  • The CW
    World's Funniest Animals: National Puppy Day

    The one-hour special’s canine-only clips include hyper hounds, perplexed pooches and more.

  • CBS
    48 Hours

    A 13-year-old incarcerated for the murder of a four-year-old is released on parole 28 years later.

  • NBC
    SNL Vintage

    Adele hosts this encore Season 46 episode from Oct. 24, 2020; H.E.R. performs.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Kieran Culkin (Succession) hosts this repeat from November; Ed Sheeran performs. (Readers rank Season 47!)