On TV this Monday: Steve Zahn leads a time-twisty Crossing, American 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:
What to Watch Today
NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, The Crossing and More
In the Showcase Round, contestants perform solo, then meet with the judges to learn whether or not they’re advancing to the Top 24.
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.
The Knockouts get underway; past winners Cassadee Pope, Jordan Smith, Chris Blue and Chloe Kohanski serve as advisers.
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 latefollows at 9.)
The captains mull their options when something appears to be stalking their ships; loyalties among the crew are tested.
Chip gets himself into trouble when he vows to stop lying altogether, no matter the situation. (What are the chances of a second season?)
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.
The ladies begin outsourcing work; Dean confronts Beth; Stan learns that Ruby has been lying to him.
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.