What To Watch This Weekend

What To Watch This Weekend

What To Watch This Weekend

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New Movies Opening Tonight

The Lost City of Z (Rated PG-13) …. STARRING: Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller … based on the book, “The Lost City of Z”, the movie follows British explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) as he travels to the Amazon and discovers a previously unknown civilization

Friday April 21

PRIME TIME TV

The Toy Box On ABC (Inventions include a life-sized construction toy, sinkable building blocks for pools, a game in which players collect their opponents’ pieces, a therapy doll that helps children express emotions, and a dog-shaped lightbox.)

Shark Tank On ABC (A fitness apparel line that caters to women; no-spill, portable, stem-less wine glasses; rescue signal; slash-proof and water-resistant backpacks; PRX Performance follow-up.)

20/20 On ABC (Two years after the interview during which she announced she was transitioning to female, Caitlyn Jenner reconvenes with Diane Sawyer to talk about the realities of her life.)

First Dates On NBC (One dater has a complete checklist that her match hopes to meet; cameras catch a dater in a suspicious web of lies)

Dateline NBC On NBC (The Laci Peterson Story: A Dateline Investigation)

Rosewood On Fox (The investigation into the death of a school teacher leads Rosewood and Villa into the world of human trafficking; a surprising insight into Slade’s past is revealed.)

Tanked: Unfiltered 100 Episodes STRONG On Animal Planet (ATM is pumped up about their newest client, WWE Superstar and reigning tag team champion, Titus O’Neil; building a University of Florida themed gator tank fit for a champion.)

NBA Basketball On ESPN (Game 3 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference first round series between the Bulls and the Celtics)

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives On Food Network (Guy Fieri tries an all-female lineup; a grandma cooks family recipes like homemade tamales and chile rellenos with a twist in Houston; a spot that makes meatball masterpieces in Orlando, Fla; a bakery making sweet and savory specialties.)

Real Time With Bill Maher On HBO

Ridiculousness On MTV (DJ Paul; “Zap Happy”; “Jugg Life”; “Beatspiration.”)

Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation On NatGeoWild (Cesar and Andre Millan travel to Washington, D.C. to help veterans with their service dogs.)

NHL Hockey On NBC SN (Toronto Maple Leafs at Washington Capitals)

Bellator MMA Live On Spike (Featherweight champion Daniel Straus (24-6) defends his belt against Patricio “Pitbull” Freire (25-4); from Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut.)

NHL Hockey On USA (Boston Bruins at Ottowa Senators)

RuPaul’s Drag Race On VH 1 (Todrick Hall directs the queens in a reality stars musical; guest judge Meghan Trainor.)

Saturday April 22

Training Day On CBS (Frank and Kyle seek justice for a community organizer who is accidentally killed during a gang-related shooting.)

48 Hours On CBS (Investigative reports on crime and justice cases.)

NHL Hockey On NBC

NBA Basketball On ESPN (The Grizzlies host the Spurs in Game 4 of the Western Conference first round playoffs.)

HBO Saturday Night Movie Of The Week The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (In 1951, cancerous cells from Henrietta Lacks lead to breakthroughs that change the face of medicine forever. Aided by writer Rebecca Skloot, Deborah Lacks embarks on a quest to learn about the mother she never knew. Based on the book by Rebecca Skloot. Oprah Winfrey, Rose Byrne, Rocky Carroll, Courtney B. Vance)

NHL Hockey On NBC SN

Boxing On Shoextreme Jo se Miguel Borrego and John Delperdang in an 8-round match-up of junior welterweights. Plus, four division female champion Amanda Serrano takes on bantamweight Dahiana Santana. Live from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.()

Cops On Spike (Suspected jewelry thieves attempt a daring escape during a high-speed pursuit; a feisty man does everything that he can to challenge his arrest; a traffic stop leads to a marital spat after the discovery of some illegal items.)

Say Yes to the Dress On TLC (Bodybuilder Melissa needs a dress that shows off her muscles; Shay loses his cool with Randy as they help Kat, a bride with a tight budget;.Jasmine wants a unique bridal look to match her one-of-a-kind wedding on top of the Grand Canyon)

Sunday April 23

Once Upon a Time On ABC (Where Bluebirds Fly)

Match Game On ABC (Celebrity panelists include Jason Alexander, Cheryl Hines, Joe Lo Truglio, Ellie Kemper, Wayne Brady and Caroline Rhea.)

American Crime On ABC (Dustin reaches out to Kimara for help; Kimara struggles with a challenging moral decision; Nicholas and Clair’s marriage continues to unravel; Raelyn overreacts to a drug test request, alarming Jeanette.)

NCIS: Los Angeles On CBS (The NCIS team must work with Hetty’s former Vietnam War colleagues after a highly decorated Navy captain kidnaps a Veterans Affairs administrator who has been siphoning funds.)

Madam Secretary On CBS (When warring rebel groups threaten Somali food relief efforts and kidnap an American aide, Elizabeth considers asking a notorious Russian arms dealer for help; Henry is taken off the VFF doomsday cult case)

Elementary On CBS (Holmes and Watson investigate the death of a magician who dies while performing a classic stunt; Watson suspects Bell is being targeted by the ex-husband of his girlfriend, Chantal.)

Little Big Shots On NBC (A 6-year-old snail whisperer; a family of fiddlers and step dancers; a singer from Wales; quick-change artists; a 5-year-old pianist from China; spelling challenge with a spelling bee champ.)

Chicago Justice On NBC (The trial of a gang member accused of killing an innocent girl takes a turn following the discovery of the murder weapon; Stone’s obsession for justice endangers the family of a cooperating witness.)

Shades of Blue On NBC (Wozniak goes after Bianchi for breaking their agreement; Harlee tries to unite the team around an illegal mission to repay Tufo’s brother’s debt to a local drug dealer.)

Bob’s Burgers On Fox (Gene accompanies Bob to a rock ‘n’ roll laser show; the girls go to a wacky restaurant for dinner.)

Making History On Fox (Dan, Deb and Chris find themselves stuck in 1920s Chicago while Al Capone holds their time travel bag hostage.)

The Last Man on Earth On Fox (The gang has one huge celebration to cover every major holiday; Tandy and Todd’s relationship hits a rough patch.)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians On E (After a fight between Rob and Chyna, the sisters feel a duty to protect their brother; Kris tries to rebuild her relationship with Cait; Kim tries to convince Khloe to hold onto her old mementos by making an ex-box.)

MLB Baseball Washington Nationals at New York Mets On ESPN

Guy’s Grocery Games On Food Network (Three of Grocery Games’ biggest winners compete to earn the right to battle an Iron Chef; flipping s’mores ingredients into a high-end dinner; an elevated lunch using only one ingredient per aisle.)

Iron Chef Gauntlet On Food Network (Alton Brown judges the six remaining chefs; the competitors draw numbers to see who picks their ingredient first; the lowest-ranking chef must compete in a tropical Secret Ingredient Showdown against the winner’s choice.)

Feud: Bette and Joan On FX (Joan accepts a leading role on a new film despite her deteriorating health; faced with a new rival, Bette reflects on her misplaced feud with Joan.)

Veep On HBO (Selina attends the opening of President Hughes’ library; Jonah gets advice on how to rise in the political ranks; Dan suffers through Jane’s whims; Amy releases an attack ad.)

The Leftovers On HBO (As a fraud investigator for the Department of Sudden Departure, Nora travels to St. Louis to investigate a possible scam that involves convincing family members of the Departed of a way to see their loved ones again.)

Silicon Valley On HBO (The guys struggle to find funding for Pied Piper’s video chat app to keep up with their rapidly growing user base; Erlich faces resistance from Big Head’s father; Jack steps on Gavin’s toes at Hooli; Richard gets sage advice.)

The L.A. Riots: 25 Years Later On History (Citizens, politicians, law enforcement personnel, and others provide a historical perspective on the decades of racial injustice in Los Angeles leading up to the 1992 riots; parallels are drawn between past racial injustices and present-day issues.)

NHL Hockey On NBC SN

NBA Basketball On TNT (Game 4 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference first round series between the Bulls and the Celtics.)

NBA Basketball On TNT (Game 4 of the Western Conference first round series between the Jazz and the Clippers.)

Food Paradise On Travel (What it takes to make bar food good again; leaving no bar stool unturned from San Francisco to Miami as the show tours restaurants nationwide to find who can take boring bar food and turn it into one-of-a-kind pub grub)

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