On TV this Sunday: Fox brings Christ’s Passion to New Orleans, Elementary cops a new home, another Ice Age begins and Showtime’s Circus reaches its grand finale. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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Fox's Live Passion, Elementary Moves, Ice Age and More
NCAA Basketball Tournament
On CBS’ docket this afternoon: Iowa vs. Villanova, Stephen F. Austin State vs. Notre Dame and VCU vs. Oklahoma. (Games will also air on TNT starting at 6 pm, TBS at 7 and truTV at 7:30.)
Ice Age: The Great Egg-scapade
In this new holiday special, the world’s first Easter egg hunt ensues when a dastardly pirate bunny threatens Sid’s booming egg-sitting business. Taraji P. Henson (Empire), Seth Green (Family Guy) and Blake Anderson (Workaholics) lend their voices.
With the help of Bible passages and contemporary music, Tyler Perry narrates the story of Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection — live! — at iconic locations throughout New Orleans. The modern-day adaptation stars Jencarlos Canela (Telenovela) as Jesus, American Idol alum Chris Daughtry as Judas and singer Seal as Pontius Pilate. (Read preview.)
Season finale: Rubio gets trumped — or, more accurately, Trump’d — in Florida, and high hopes are needed to pull off a win. (Not yet renewed.)
The Walking Dead
Two separate groups leave Alexandria for supplies, and they both worry over the future. (Who’s our Performer of the Week?)
The Good Wife
Diane, Cary and Lucca defend the grieving father (S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Blair Underwood) of a shooting victim in a defamation suit. Also, disappointing news interrupts a romantic rendezvous between Alicia and Jason.
Devon seeks refuge at the Chelsea Hotel with Ingrid, a friend from her Warhol days, while Richie falls into a deeper well of drugs and depravity.
Time slot premiere: When his step-brother comes to town, Mike has to deal with his dad’s blatant favoritism… but soon learns that his sib has secrets.
New time slot alert! When a man who secretly fought crime dressed as a comic book superhero is murdered, Holmes and Watson must deduce his real identity before they can find his killer. (Is this some kind of subliminal Batman v Superman advertising?)
At Quantico, tensions between Liam and Drew explode, resulting in shocking admissions. Meanwhile, in the present, Simon grapples with his new reality.