What to Watch Today

Second Chance Finale, Grimm's Family Secret and More

On TV this Friday: Second Chance makes the most of the time it has left, Grimm forges an unlikely alliance and The CW encores its most recent Vampire Diaries/Originals crossover. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • CBS
    NCAA Basketball Tournament

    First up, the Iowa Cyclones face off against the Virginia Cavaliers. Then at 9:30, Matt Mitovich’s Syracuse Orange put the squeeze on the Gonzaga Bulldogs.

  • Fox
    Sleepy Hollow

    Crane looks to his past with Betsy Ross for answers to defeat The Hidden One; Jenny wonders whether she can ever have a relationship with her dad. (View photos.)

  • The CW
    The Vampire Diaries

    Repeat to Revisit: Stefan makes an unexpected return to New Orleans in an effort to protect his friends from Rayna Cruz, eventually running into Klaus….

  • The CW
    The Originals

    Repeat to Revisit: Then, as the crossover continues, Freya asks Stefan, Marcel and Hayley for help when Klaus and Elijah get trapped.

  • NBC

    Nick and Hank discover a Wesen disease that inspired a werewolf myth; Renard fills Adalind in on Diana; Ann Cusack (Private Practice) guest-stars.

  • Fox
    Second Chance

    Season 1 finale: Pritchard and Duval attempt to save Gracie from Connor and Otto’s life-threatening experiment. (Not yet renewed; find out Season 2’s status.)

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Guests include Jerrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show), N.J. Sen. Cory Booker, foreign affairs expert Ian Bremmer, former Mich. Gov. Jennifer Granholm and commentator Reihan Salam.

  • Antenna TV
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

    Check your local listings | Watch the late Garry Shandling make his late-night TV debut on March 18, 1981.

  • Adult Swim
    Childrens Hospital

    When an actor invites the cast to a photography exhibition, secrets are revealed in this behind-the-scenes episode.

  • HBO

    The newsmagazine explores reopening relations with Cuba, and why that might not be as controversial as the media makes it out to be.