What to Watch Today

NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, The Crossing and More

On TV this Monday: Steve Zahn leads a time-twisty CrossingAmerican Idol reveals its Top 24 and Villanova battles Michigan in the men’s college basketball championship game. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • ABC
    American Idol

    In the Showcase Round, contestants perform solo, then meet with the judges to learn whether or not they’re advancing to the Top 24.

  • HBO
    King in the Wilderness

    Two hours: This documentary chronicles the last 18 months of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, leading up to his assassination on April 4, 1968.

  • NBC
    The Voice

    The Knockouts get underway; past winners Cassadee Pope, Jordan Smith, Chris Blue and Chloe Kohanski serve as advisers.

  • The CW
    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    Fringe vet John Noble guest-stars as himself in the aptly titled “Guest Starring John Noble” (view photo), in which the Legends attempt to tackle two anachronisms at once to keep Mallus at bay. (Penn & Teller: April Fool Us Day comes a day late follows at 9.)

  • TBS
    NCAA Basketball Championship

    The Michigan Wolverines take on the Villanova Wildcats, live from the Alamodome in San Antonio.

  • AMC
    The Terror

    The captains mull their options when something appears to be stalking their ships; loyalties among the crew are tested.

  • CBS
    Living Biblically

    Chip gets himself into trouble when he vows to stop lying altogether, no matter the situation. (What are the chances of a second season?)

  • ABC
    The Crossing

    Series premiere: Refugees wash up on the beach of a small fishing town, claiming that they’re fleeing a war happening 180 years in the future; Steve Zahn (Modern Family) and Natalie Martinez (APB) star.

  • NBC
    Good Girls

    The ladies begin outsourcing work; Dean confronts Beth; Stan learns that Ruby has been lying to him.

  • Lifetime

    Rachel helps her father come off his medication; Jay has difficult news to deliver; Quinn and Chet come to a decision about two of the contestants.