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Sisters Learn Their Mum Was Living a Secret Life in ‘MaryLand’ on PBS

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Sunday, May 5

MaryLand
PBS, 9pm
New Series!

This three-episode drama follows estranged sisters Becca (Suranne Jones, who cocreated the series with Anne-Marie O’Connor) and Rosaline (Eve Best), who are thrown back together by the sudden death of their mother, Mary (Judy Clifton). They learn that she was living an entirely secret life on the Isle of Man, far from her home with Richard (George Costigan), her husband and Becca and Rosaline’s father. As the sisters navigate their grief and discover their mother’s secrets, they meet Mary’s quirky friend Cathy (Stockard Channing), who seems to know more about their mother than they do.

NASCAR Cup Series: AdventHealth 400
FS1, 3pm Live

NASCAR Cup Series stars Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, William Byron and Ryan Blaney are among the top contenders today at Kansas Speedway for the 400-mile AdventHealth 400.

Formula 1 Racing: Miami Grand Prix
ABC, 3:55pm Live

Max Verstappen, Sergio Pérez, George Russell, Lewis Hamilton, Charles Leclerc and more of F1’s best come to the States for the Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix on a temporary 3.363-mile, 19-turn circuit around Hard Rock Stadium.

Into the Wild Frontier
INSP, 6pm
Season Finale!

Season 4 of this Western docudrama series concludes with “John Mullan: Roadbuilder of the West.” Young Army officer John Mullan heads west to help establish an important wagon route through the Northern Rockies. But before he can build his road, Mullan must survive the hardships of the frontier and a dangerous encounter with Yakima warriors.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Bravo, 8pm
Season Premiere!

The Garden State gang enters Season 14 with a whole bunch of family drama for sisters-in-law Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga (there’s no way they laid their feud to rest that quickly!), plus the rest of the done-up ladies. Somehow, they still have the energy to annoy one another after all this time.

The Equalizer: “Condemned”
CBS, 8pm

McCall (Queen Latifah) races to help Dante and Big Ben (Tory Kittles and Danny Johnson) after they are ambushed by a group of suspicious attackers in the new episode “Condemned.”

The Simpsons: “The Tell-Tale Pants”
FOX, 8pm

Marge (voice of Julie Kavner) comes upon a surprising windfall and spends it secretly on herself in the new episode “The Tell-Tale Pants.”

Directed by Raoul Walsh
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Two classics directed by Raoul Walsh are presented in tonight’s double feature. First up is The Big Trail (1930), one of the many Westerns helmed by Walsh. This one is especially notable for a few reasons: It was one of the earliest widescreen films, shot using a 70mm process of that era, and it is led by a 23-year-old John Wayne in his first starring role. After that comes Walsh’s film noir/gangster classic White Heat (1949), starring James Cagney, Virginia Mayo and Edmond O’Brien.

Krapopolis: “Olive Oil Crisis”
FOX, 8:30pm

Tyrannis (voice of Richard Ayoade) tasks Shlub (Matt Berry) with procuring olive oil for Krapopolis in the new episode “Olive Oil Crisis.”

WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures: “Triple H”
A&E, 9pm

As a 14-time world champion, Triple H’s career in sports entertainment spans decades. And now that Booker T is leading this mission of paying tribute to treasures within the wrestling community, Triple H is essential. With the legend’s wish list in hand, Booker hits the road with Mick Foley and Lita in search of items representing the three distinct eras of Triple H’s run: his debut character, his time in DX and his time as “The Game.”

Tracker: “Beyond the Campus Walls”
CBS, 9pm

In the new episode “Beyond the Campus Walls,” Colter’s (Justin Hartley) search for a missing grad student leads to the discovery of a dangerous conspiracy on campus.

The Great North: “You’ve Got Sail Adventure”
FOX, 9pm

Beef (voice of Nick Offerman) goes to meet an online friend in person, only to find out that he’s a cruise ship captain and a sworn enemy in the new episode “You’ve Got Sail Adventure.”

When Calls the Heart: “Stronger Together”
Hallmark Channel, 9pm

Hickam (Ben Rosenbaum) and Lee (Kavan Smith) clash with the mayor of Benson Hills, and Gowen (Martin Cummins) suggests a solution with huge implications for the town. Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) and Nathan (Kevin McGarry) clear up a misunderstanding.

People Magazine Investigates: Surviving a Serial Killer
Investigation Discovery, 9pm
New Series!

In this six-part true-crime docuseries, survivors take back the narrative by sharing the disturbing yet empowering accounts of how they escaped the clutches of a serial killer. Tonight’s series premiere tells the story of killer Rodney Alcala, who appeared on a popular dating show in the middle of his murder spree. Known as “The Dating Game Killer,” Alcala is believed to have 80-120 victims spanning from California to New Hampshire. This series brings together the untold story of teenage survivor Morgan Rowan, who was attacked by Alcala in 1965.

Grimsburg: “Younger Games”
FOX, 9:30pm

In an attempt to become immortal, Marvin (voice of Jon Hamm) drinks a special potion that rapidly reverses the aging process in the new episode “Younger Games.”

Secrets of the Hells Angels: “The Brotherhood Is a Lie”
A&E, 10pm

Charles “Peewee” Goldsmith is a kickboxing heavyweight who wanted nothing more than to be a Hells Angel. He survived two wars with rival biker gangs to become a president, only for the Angels to turn on him and his family.

CSI: Vegas: “The Artist Is Present”
CBS, 10pm

The CSI team investigates when a plastinated nervous system is found hanging above a local car dealership in the new episode “The Artist Is Present.”

Guilt: “You Can Take the Boy Out of Leith”
PBS, 10pm

Max (Mark Bonnar) and Jake (Jamie Sives) seek refuge with a face from the past, but Teddy (Greg McHugh) is on their trail.

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Monday, May 6

MLB Baseball: Detroit at Cleveland
FS1, 6pm Live

The Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Guardians begin a three-game AL Central rivalry series at Cleveland’s Progressive Field.

The Neighborhood
CBS, 8pm
Season Finale!

In the Season 6 finale “Welcome to the World,” a night out at a Toni Braxton concert gets interrupted when Courtney (Skye Townsend) goes into labor.

MasterChef Junior: “Gordon Demo”
FOX, 8pm

In the sizzling semifinal episode “Gordon Demo,” the remaining four chefs face their most daunting challenge yet: matching Chef Ramsay’s pace, precision and passion as they cook alongside him in real time.

The Voice: “Live Top 12 Performances”
NBC, 8pm Live

The top 12 artists perform live for the first time in front of coaches Chance the Rapper, Dan + Shay, John Legend and Reba McEntire for their spot in the live semifinal. Viewers will have the chance to vote for their favorite artist overnight.

Antiques Roadshow: “Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens Hour 2”
PBS, 8pm

The second hour of the three-part exploration of Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens features a Marilyn Monroe poster; a diamond and platinum ring; and a Philadelphia Athletics trophy, card and pin.

Star of the Month: Sessue Hayakawa
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and as part of that celebration, Turner Classic Movies is recognizing famed Japanese actor Sessue Hayakawa as its Star of the Month.
Born Kintarō Hayakawa in Japan’s Chiba Prefecture in 1886, Hayakawa found himself in Hollywood after graduating from the University of Chicago. There, he embarked on what became a far more lucrative career than he likely would have had if he’d followed his parents’ desire that he become a banker. Under his professional name of Sessue Hayakawa, the broodingly handsome actor became one of the highest-paid stars of the silent era, often playing a forbidden lover. Many of his films were produced by Haworth Pictures Corporation, which Hayakawa established and was Hollywood’s first Asian-owned production company. This period marked the peak of his acting career, though he did continue his screen presence in the era of “talkies” with a good amount of success.
You’ll see Hayakawa films from both eras on TCM Mondays this month, starting with three silent titles this evening. The lineup begins with director Cecil B. DeMille’s The Cheat (1915), the film that made Hayakawa a star, and concludes with two Haworth productions: the romantic drama The Dragon Painter (1919) and the thriller The Tong Man (1919), making its TCM premiere.

Bob Hearts Abishola
CBS, 8:30pm
Series Finale!

The story jumps ahead seven years in the series finale “Find Your Bench.” A lot has changed for Bob (Billy Gardell), Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku), and their friends and family as they reflect on how far they’ve come and consider what’s most important to them as they head into the future.

NCIS
CBS, 9pm
Season Finale!

In the Season 21 finale “Reef Madness,” Parker and Knight (Gary Cole and Katrina Law) are suddenly locked inside an old Navy ship that’s about to be sunk and turned into an artificial reef.

Next Baking Master: Paris
Food Network, 9pm
New Series!

Stephanie Boswell and Ludo Lefebvre invite 10 American bakers to Paris, where they will vie to become a baking master. With access to the most iconic shops and experts, their adventure will test their chops in technique, artistry, innovation and flavor.

So You Think You Can Dance: “Challenge #4: On Tour”
FOX, 9pm

In the new episode “Challenge #4: On Tour,” the top five dancers take on a tour-themed challenge featuring two performances for musician T-Pain choreographed by Fullout Cortland and Kyle Hanagami.

OMG Fashun
E!, 9:30pm
New Series!

Trailblazing style icon Julia Fox and renowned image architect Law Roach host this new eccentric fashion design competition series that pits three fashion disruptors against one another to redefine what cool is, using some unlikely threads. In the premiere episode, contestants are tasked to stay green and create looks from Mother Earth. Will the disruptors bloom or wilt under pressure?

NCIS: Hawai‘i
CBS, 10pm
Series Finale!

CBS did not renew NCIS: Hawai‘i for a fourth season, so the Season 3 finale also serves as the series ender. In “Divided We Conquer,” the NCIS team must track down a mysterious terrorist group that has just released a deadly bioweapon.

Billy & Molly: An Otter Love Story
Nat Geo, 10pm

This heartwarming documentary shares the story of how a wild otter named Molly finds herself in desperate need when she washes up on the remote Scottish islands of Shetland. Billy and his wife, Susan, come to the rescue, and they share their humorous and loving story through their narration.

Deal or No Deal Island: “Are You Tenacious?”
NBC, 10pm

In the first season’s penultimate episode, a shocking turn of events rocks the game for the final four competitors.

Independent Lens: “Space: The Longest Goodbye”
PBS, 10pm

NASA’s goal to send astronauts to Mars would require a three-year absence from Earth, during which communication in real time would be impossible due to the immense distance. Meet the psychologists whose job is to keep astronauts mentally stable in outer space, as they are caught between their dream of reaching new frontiers and the basic human need to stay connected to home.

Tuesday, May 7

Super Rich in Korea
Netflix
New Series!

This series explores the lavish lifestyles of multimillionaires living in South Korea, including Singaporean tycoons, Italian luxury brand heirs, Pakistani nobles and more.

TCM Morning & Afternoon Movies: May Flowers
TCM, beginning at 6am
Catch a Classic!

Turner Classic Movies’ morning and afternoon lineups today all at least feature the names of flowers in their titles, if not focusing on flowers in their stories. Up first is the romantic comedy Bed of Roses (1933), led by Constance Bennett and Joel McCrea. Next is the romantic Western drama Honeysuckle Rose (1980), starring Willie Nelson and Dyan Cannon, and introducing Nelson’s Oscar-nominated classic song “On the Road Again.” Next, Best Actress Oscar nominee Patricia Neal and Best Supporting Actor winner Jack Albertson lead the drama The Subject Was Roses (1968), followed by Fritz Lang’s film noir The Blue Gardenia (1953), starring Anne Baxter and Richard Conte; the drama Inside Daisy Clover (1965), featuring Natalie Wood and Best Supporting Actress nominee Ruth Gordon; the comedy Brooklyn Orchid (1942); Brother Orchid (1940), a crime comedy led by Edward G. Robinson, Ann Sothern and Humphrey Bogart; and Black Narcissus (1947), a British psychological drama headlined by Deborah Kerr.

Lakefront Empire
HGTV, 10am
Season Finale!

In “Main Channel Mansions,” it could be a huge payday if Peggy Albers finds the house with everything and a view for one of the richest men at the lake. Meanwhile, Amanda Smith is challenged by a couple with different ideas for their budget, and it gets even more complicated when the couple suddenly swaps points of view.

MLB Baseball: Houston at N.Y. Yankees
TBS, 7pm Live

Aaron Judge and the N.Y. Yankees welcome Jose Altuve and the Houston Astros to the Bronx to begin a three-game series.

Will Trent: “Why Is Jack’s Arm Bleeding?”
ABC, 8pm

After discovering the body of a missing girl 13 years later, Will (Ramón Rodríguez) and Faith (Iantha Richardson) reopen the case.

Police 24/7
The CW, 8pm
New Series!

Originally scheduled to premiere in April, this new unscripted series from Jersey Shore producer SallyAnn Salsano showcases the inner world of sheriff’s and police departments across the U.S.

The Cleaning Lady: “From the Ashes”
FOX, 8pm

Ramona (Kate del Castillo) considers an offer from Thony (Élodie Yung) that causes a shift in their dynamic in the new episode “From the Ashes.”

The Voice: “Live Top 12 Results”
NBC, 8pm Live

The voting results from last night’s top 12 live performances are revealed. Eight artists are voted through, and four will perform for the Instant Save. The stakes are high, as only nine artists can continue on to the live semifinal.

Alert: Missing Persons Unit: “Paul Miller”
FOX, 9pm

In the new episode “Paul Miller,” the MPU is called to action when a young boy claims his father was abducted by aliens as they were stargazing at a remote campsite.

Weakest Link: “My Mom Is Not Going to Like That”
NBC, 9pm

Eight strangers, ranging in ages from 20-70, test their trivia chops on a wide range of topics, including pop culture and history, all in the hopes of outlasting the other players and winning life-changing money.

OutDaughtered
TLC, 9pm
Season Premiere!

With a growing list of responsibilities at home and work, the Busby family returns this season with the start of a new school year upon them. Parents Adam and Danielle are struggling to keep up with their all-girl quintuplets, Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley and Parker, and oldest daughter, Blayke. Despite the chaos, Adam and Danielle make sure to take time to enjoy being a family with a trip to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, meet up with other families of multiples, and even take a timeout to cheer for the Texans football team.

The Good Doctor: “The Overview Effect”
ABC, 10pm

A patient needs his parents to agree on an important medical decision that could improve his health.

Password: “Lauren Graham & Jimmy Fallon”
NBC, 10pm

Celebrity guest Lauren Graham and Jimmy Fallon pair up with contestants and face off over two games. Players from each team guess secret passwords using only one-word clues for a chance to win up to $25,000.

Wednesday, May 8

Dark Matter
Apple TV+
New Series!

Based on the popular Blake Crouch novel of the same name, this sci-fi drama follows a physicist named Jason (Joel Edgerton) who gets kidnapped into an alternate version of his life in a reality where he has created a portal to the multiverse. An exploration of the road not taken, the series questions whether identity is as malleable as the choices we make and experiences we live through, something Jason must wrestle with as he does everything he can to get back to his real life and family in Chicago.

Let It Be
Disney+

Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s original 1970 film about the Beatles is available for the first time in over 50 years, meticulously restored. Let It Be takes viewers into the studio and onto Apple Corps’ London rooftop in January 1969 as the iconic foursome, joined by Billy Preston, record their Let It Be album and perform live for the final time as a group.

Walker: “We All Fall Down”
The CW, 8pm

Walker (Jared Padalecki), Trey (Jeff Pierre) and Cassie (Ashley Reyes) prepare for what Captain James (Coby Bell) has in store for them at HQ.

The Masked Singer: “Quarter Finals: Final Four”
FOX, 8pm

In the new episode “Quarter Finals: Final Four,” contestants sing their hearts out to songs like “Price Tag,” “I’m Yours,” “Get on Your Feet” and “Unforgettable” in an effort to make it to the final three.

Chicago Med: “I Think There Is Something You’re Not Telling Me”
NBC, 8pm

Ripley (Luke Mitchell) struggles to keep Sully’s (Daniel Dorr) diagnosis a secret when the latter’s pregnant girlfriend comes to Med for help; Loren (Henderson Wade) works to earn a spot in Med’s trauma fellowship; and Charles (Oliver Platt) and a medical student treat a bipolar artist.

TCM Spotlight: First Name Basis
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Turner Classic Movies continues its monthlong, Wednesday night spotlight on famous films with one-name titles using the name of a primary character. Tonight’s five-film lineup begins with two Westerns: the Best Picture Oscar-nominated Shane (1953), led by Alan Ladd as the titular mysterious gunfighter known by just that one name, followed by Hud (1963), starring Best Actor nominee Paul Newman as Hud Bannon, alongside Best Actress winner Patricia Neal and Best Supporting Actor winner Melvyn Douglas. Up next is the historical epic Spartacus (1960), featuring Kirk Douglas as the titular escaped slave who leads a rebellion against Rome. That is followed by Shirley Temple as 8-year-old Swiss orphan Heidi in the 1937 adaptation of Johanna Spyri’s children’s book. The lineup concludes early tomorrow with another literary adaptation: Kim (1950), an adventure film based on Rudyard Kipling’s novel and starring Dean Stockwell as the titular orphan boy, alongside Errol Flynn.

Abbott Elementary: “Mother’s Day”
ABC, 9pm

Jacob (Chris Perfetti) scrambles to figure out how to organize a school field trip.

Sight Unseen: “Lucas”
The CW, 9pm

Tess (Dolly Lewis) realizes Lucas (Alec Santos) may be implicated in the murder of a famous painter.

Animal Control
FOX, 9pm
Season Finale!

Frank’s investigation reaches a thrilling conclusion, only for an unexpected twist to throw his victory into question in the Season 2 finale “Beagles and Lemurs.” FOX has renewed Animal Control for Season 3.

Chicago Fire: “Inside Man”
NBC, 9pm

Severide (Taylor Kinney) goes for an unexpected ride on Truck 81. Meanwhile, Ritter’s (Daniel Kyri) worlds collide when his secret cop boyfriend helps 51 track down Severide and the missing rig.

A Brief History of the Future
PBS, 9pm
Series Finale!

In the last episode of the series, Ari Wallach examines the ways we look at the future and the crucial need to think bigger about what comes next, and how we all have more personal agency than we realize.

The Amazing Race: “My Precious Cacao”
CBS, 9:30pm

The Amazing Race makes its first trip to the Dominican Republic, where the final five teams must complete two road blocks in the new episode “My Precious Cacao.”

grown-ish: “Hard Times”
Freeform, 10pm

Doug (Diggy Simmons) learns Bar None is being sold; Andre (Marcus Scribner) faces consequences with the Gammas; Zaara (Tara Raani) plans a trip.

Chicago P.D.: “The Water Line”
NBC, 10pm

As Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins) finds himself distracted by a past case, a CI from his past resurfaces with a tip on a string of violent armed robberies.

Reginald the Vampire
Syfy, 10pm
Season Premiere!

Jacob Batalon is back as young vampire Reginald Andres in Season 2 of this comedic horror series. Last season, Reginald finally got his life together when he was turned into a vampire. While he doesn’t fit into the stereotypical expectations of what a vampire looks like — he’s not chiseled or classically handsome — Reginald has found his place among an unlikely cohort that includes the cool vampire who sired him, the former vampire chieftain turned unexpected ally (or is she?) and his coworker/former girlfriend.

Take My Tumor
TLC, 10pm
Season Finale!

In “The Man With the Spicy Tumor,” the enormous mass on the back of Arlin’s neck and head constantly oozes fluids, but surgery may prove to be too challenging. A tumor on Renae’s shoulder and back has caused her to retreat from the public eye, impacting her job as a care pastor.

Thursday, May 9

Bodkin
Netflix
New Series!

This darkly comedic thriller follows a motley crew of podcasters who set out to investigate three mysterious disappearances that occurred years earlier in a seemingly idyllic coastal Irish town. But once they start pulling at threads, they discover a story much bigger and weirder than they could ever have imagined. They try to discern fact from fiction — not only about the case, but also about their colleagues and, most painfully, themselves. Will Forte, Siobhán Cullen, Robyn Cara, David Wilmot and Chris Walley lead the cast.

Mother of the Bride
Netflix
Original Film!

Brooke Shields leads this rom-com as Lana, whose daughter Emma (Miranda Cosgrove) returns from abroad and drops the bombshell that she’s getting married in Thailand in a month. Things only get worse when Lana learns that the man who captured Emma’s heart is the son of the man who broke hers years ago. Benjamin Bratt, Rachael Harris, Sean Teale and Chad Michael Murray also star.

Love Undercover
Peacock
New Series!

Five international soccer stars leave behind their lavish lifestyles and travel to the U.S. in the hopes of finding love “undercover” with women who know nothing of their fame or fortune in this new unscripted dating series. Three episodes are available today and May 16; the final four episodes drop May 23.

TCM Morning & Afternoon Movies: Clark Gable and Joan Crawford
TCM, beginning at 7:30am
Catch a Classic!

Enjoy several of the classic films that paired Hollywood icons Joan Crawford and Clark Gable, beginning with their first credited onscreen teaming, in the 1931 drama Dance, Fools, Dance (1931). Following that is another drama, Possessed (1931), the stars’ third pairing; the romantic drama Laughing Sinners (1931), their second film together; the musical Dancing Lady (1933), their fourth film, which also features the screen debut of Fred Astaire and an early appearance by the Three Stooges; the romantic comedy/drama Forsaking All Others (1934), Gable and Crawford’s sixth pairing; the drama Chained (1934), pairing number five; and Love on the Run (1936), the duo’s seventh pairing.

Young Sheldon
CBS, 8pm

Back-to-back new episodes of Young Sheldon air tonight. In “A Little Snip and Teaching Old Dogs,” George Sr. (Lance Barber) secretly gets a vasectomy. Then in “A New Home and a Traditional Texas Torture,” Sheldon (Iain Armitage) worries about losing his childhood home as he prepares for his move to California.

Next Level Chef
FOX, 8pm
Season Finale!

The final three chefs race against the clock to craft a sensational three-course meal in the Season 3 finale “The Final Level.” The winner receives $250,000, a yearlong mentorship and the title of Next Level Chef champion.

The Manny
LMN, 8pm

In this network premiere, Morgan stalks his way into the lives of busy social media influencer Lani and her son, Jaylen, to become their “manny” (male nanny). As Morgan shows himself to be someone who is too good to be true, he meddles with Lani and Jaylen’s lives behind the scenes. When Lani learns that the real Morgan was murdered, she realizes her manny is a killer.

Law & Order: “No Good Deed”
NBC, 8pm

Shaw (Mehcad Brooks) and Riley (Reid Scott) investigate the death of a therapist with a long list of troubled clients. Meanwhile, Baxter (Tony Goldwyn) takes over Price’s (Hugh Dancy) chair when a disturbing connection to the defendant is discovered during the trial.

Grey’s Anatomy: “She Used to Be Mine”
ABC, 9pm

An unexpected, complex case brings back painful memories for Simone (Alexis Floyd).

Farmer Wants a Wife: “The Final Decisions”
FOX, 9pm

It’s decision time with hearts on the line as the farmers make their final choices between the two ladies that remain in the new episode “The Final Decisions.”

Down Home Fab
HGTV, 9pm
Season Finale!

In “Back on Black,” a couple challenges the DeBoers with their biggest and most expensive remodel yet. Chelsea and Cole must create a groundbreaking style combining a classic and minimal aesthetic with a glamorous touch throughout the massive renovation.

Elkhorn: “Desperate Measures”
INSP, 9pm

Just as Theodore Roosevelt (Mason Beals) is finally getting his cattle operation up and running at Elkhorn Ranch, his health takes a turn for the worse and his trusted ranch manager, Bill Sewall (Elijah Mahar), must race to a Sioux village to find a cure before it’s too late.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: “Marauder”
NBC, 9pm

As Agent Sykes (Jordana Spiro) struggles to cope on the anniversary of her sister’s disappearance, Benson (Mariska Hargitay) suspects a cold case from Manhattan could help her get closure.

Station 19: “Give It All”
ABC, 10pm

The crew responds to a call at a local park; Maya (Danielle Savre) confronts her past; Carina (Stefania Spampinato) goes on the offense.

Law & Order: Organized Crime: “Goodnight”
NBC, 10pm

Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Randall (Dean Norris) give Joe Jr. (Michael Trotter) the choice to get clean or go to prison. Meanwhile, Vargas (Tate Ellington) and Jet’s (Ainsley Seiger) plan to cut off Emery’s (Tom Payne) smuggling routes leads to a dangerous rescue attempt.

True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here: “Prichard, Alabama”
SundanceTV, 10pm; also streams on AMC+ & Sundance Now

The murder of a gender-nonconforming Black teenager remains unsolved despite pressure from family and friends — raising issues about the increase in violence and lack of justice for trans murder victims across the country.

Friday, May 10

Living With Leopards
Netflix

This up-close-and-personal nature documentary follows two leopard cubs as they make their journey from infancy to adulthood.

The Ultimatum: South Africa
Netflix
New Series!

In this spinoff of The Ultimatum reality series, a six-way partner swap sparks wild attractions and tearful betrayals, and participants choose whom to love or leave.

Lucas
MOVIES!, 3:30pm
Catch a Classic!

This funny, touching and sweet 1986 film was a cut above most other teen comedies of its decade when it debuted, and it remains one of the more realistic cinematic depictions of high schoolers in any era. Led by a fantastic young cast, including Corey Haim as the title character, Kerri Green (The Goonies), Charlie Sheen, Courtney Thorne-Smith and Winona Ryder in her feature film debut, writer/director David Seltzer’s film treats all of its various characters — whether nerd, jock, cheerleader or otherwise — as real and complex people, with inner lives and motivations, who usually don’t respond in the stereotypical ways seen in similar movies. The romantic comedy/drama is enhanced by composer Dave Grusin’s lovely musical score.

Doctor Who
Disney+, available beginning at 7pm
Season Premiere!

The Fifteenth Doctor (Ncuti Gatwa) and Ruby Sunday (Millie Gibson), who were introduced in last December’s special “The Church on Ruby Road” (also available today, along with the new episodes “Space Babies” and “Devil’s Chord”), pick up their adventures traveling across time and space in the TARDIS and exploring the groovy 1960s, England’s Regency era, war-torn futures and more. Along the way, they encounter incredible friends and dangerous foes, including a terrifying boogeyman and the Doctor’s most powerful enemy yet. Guest stars in the series include Indira Varma, Callie Cooke, Anita Dobson and others. New episodes drop on Fridays.

S.W.A.T.: “Allegiance”
CBS, 8pm

Violent ecoterrorists abduct the teenage son of an energy company executive, sending SWAT on a mission to untangle the kidnappers’ twisted motives before attempting a high-stakes rescue in the new episode “Allegiance.”

BMF
Starz, 8pm
Season Finale!

The drama following Demetrius “Big Meech” and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory (Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory Jr. and Da’Vinchi) as they grow their criminal empire concludes Season 3.

Fire Country: “No Future, No Consequences”
CBS, 9pm

The heroes of Station 42 and Three Rock struggle with difficult decisions as they battle a dangerous fire in the new episode “No Future, No Consequences.”

Cesar Millan: Better Human Better Dog: “Fortress of Fear, Part 2”
Nat Geo, 9pm

Cesar carries on with his red-zone rehab of Ricky and Bronnie, two violent super-mutt brothers with a long history of attacking each other. With their latest bloody fight happening in front of Cesar, he’s taken them back to the ranch for further calm surrender work. However, as the rehab progresses, Cesar realizes that the pet parents are the greatest challenge of the pack.

Blue Bloods: “Two of a Kind”
CBS, 10pm

In the new episode “Two of a Kind,” Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) gets involved when Sean (Andrew Terraciano) becomes the latest victim in a series of robberies on campus.

Saturday, May 11

NTT IndyCar Series: Sonsio Grand Prix
NBC, 3:30pm Live

It’s back to the Brickyard for the NTT IndyCar Series as drivers compete on Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s 2.439-mile, 14-turn road course.

ABBA: Against the Odds
The CW, 8pm

This documentary explores the rise and influence of one of the most popular music groups of all time.

A Whitewater Romance
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Original Film!

Maya Alvaro (Cindy Busby) is a hardworking businesswoman with a heart of gold. What she is not is a rugged outdoorsy type. So when the CEO of her company invites her to an exclusive whitewater rafting retreat in the Rocky Mountains, Maya’s not so sure she’s the woman for the job. If she can do this and survive a weekend camping in the woods, the promotion of her dreams will be hers. At the retreat, Maya meets Matt (Benjamin Hollingsworth), an outdoorsy type who is also trying to snag the same coveted contract she’s after. As fate would have it, the two are paired to complete a series of team-building exercises together. As Maya lets her guard down to brave the wilderness, what begins as a ferocious competition slowly starts to evolve into something much more.

Mommy Meanest
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!

Inspired by true events, this new film starring Lisa Rinna and her daughter, 25-year-old Delilah Hamlin, tells the disturbing story of a teenage girl (Briana Skye) who starts getting cyberbullied and eventually discovers that the person who is harassing her is closer than she had ever imagined: her own mother.

The Svengoolie Classic Horror & Sci-Fi Movie: “House of Frankenstein”
MeTV, 8pm

Sven introduces 1944’s House of Frankenstein, one of Universal’s “monster rally” pictures of that era. The cast features Boris Karloff as a mad scientist, Lon Chaney Jr. as Larry Talbot and the Wolf Man, John Carradine as Dracula, and Glenn Strange as Frankenstein’s monster.

Two for One: Patty Jenkins
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Tonight, TCM primetime host Ben Mankiewicz is joined by filmmaker Patty Jenkins, who introduces two films of her choosing. Jenkins will offer commentary on each title’s cultural significance and its influence on other films, behind-the-scenes stories, and her own personal reflections on them. The director has chosen Terry Gilliam’s fantasy comedy/drama The Fisher King (1991), starring Best Actor Oscar nominee Robin Williams, Jeff Bridges and Best Supporting Actress winner Mercedes Ruehl, and writer/director Charlie Kaufman’s drama Synecdoche, New York (2008), led by Philip Seymour Hoffman and Samantha Morton.