Scouring the schedules for the most notable new programs so you don't have to
- All showtimes are United States Eastern Standard Time (EST) for the prime-time television hours between 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM.
- Please check your local listings to find the corresponding channels for each station.
Cops (Coast to Coast; 8:00 PM on Fox)
Police officers in Chattanooga, Tennessee, respond to a wife's call about her husband, who she suspects is cooking crystal meth in their home after noticing odd smells, while in Spokane, Washington, other officers investigate a burglary suspect who is stupid enough to hide right there in the surrounding neighborhood. Guess he never heard of a quick getaway.
Hustle (Episode 11; 10:00 PM on AMC)
The next-to-last episode in the first season of this intriguing British grifter drama finds the gang of cons setting up Stacie's estranged husband as their next mark in retaliation for dumping and financially stranding her five years ago. Fellow con or not, he really shoulda oughta known better.
Unwrapped (Cookies Unwrapped; 9:00 PM on The Food Network)
The Cookie Monster would be right at home on the Food Network tonight during this episode of the long-running series, which is going to have junk food junkies everywhere in a carb frenzy as it talks about nothing but glorious cookies, including the world's largest one. Don't forget the milk.
Our House (Doris Roberts, Judy Reyes; 9:00 PM on Hallmark)
Pull out the hankies for this melodrama starring six-time (!) Emmy-winning Doris Roberts from Everybody Loves Raymond as a wealthy widow who befriends the homeless woman who prevents her from committing suicide. My eyes are starting to tear just summarizing it.
48 Hours Mystery (10:00 PM on CBS)
Yes, the pickings are so slim tonight, newsmagazines are actually popping up on the list. 48 Hours Mystery continues its informative ways with an investigation into the disappearance last year of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba. | Overview
Dateline Saturday (8:00 PM on NBC)
The Saturday edition presents an in-depth report on the 1987 murder of Atlanta socialite Lita McClinton Sullivan, whose alleged killer was convicted and sentenced a whopping 19 years later. | Overview
Black. White. (Hour 3; 10:00 PM on FX)
If you missed the latest installment of this well-received new series during its normal Wednesday time slot, FX re-presents the third episode highlighting the Wurgels' experience with hostility in a black neighborhood when they appear as an interracial couple, and both sets of parents grow concerned that their concerns that their children do not properly understand racism.
NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament (Regional Semifinal; 9:00 PM on ESPN)
The ladies get their turn during the Maryland vs. Baylor regional semifinal broadcast live from Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Ringside (Rivalries; Starting at 6:00 PM on ESPN Classic)
This six-hour boxing extravaganza hosted by Brian Kenny and featuring commentary from boxing historian Bert Sugar explores the top rivalries in the sport's history. I hope there are commercials somewhere in there.
Tennis (8:00 PM on ESPN2)
Features live early-round matches from the NASDAQ-100 Open in Miami, Florida.
Soul Train Music Awards (9:00 PM on VH1)
All right, here we go. Vivica A. Fox (Kill Bill: Vol. 1) and Tyrese Gibson (2 Fast 2 Furious) host the 20th annual event featuring appearances by the likes of living legends Stevie Wonder and Quincy Jones. Nice!