“Great Performances,” 10 p.m., PBS (check local listings).
Sure, the Beatles
and the Rolling Stones led the “British invasion.” But just a
half-step behind them, banging their drums loudly, were the guys in
the Dave Clark Five. They had seven top-10 singles, did Ed Sullivan's
show18 times, made an impressive movie and sold 50 million records.
Back then, Clark
hired a gifted unknown (future Oscar-nominee John Boorman) to make
the movie; in 2014, he showed his own skill, directing this zesty
documentary about his group. It's full of clips, plus an old speech
by Tom Hanks and new comments by Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney
“Second Chance” season-finale, 9 p.m., Fox.
Last week, Duval
broke a key rule for fantasy shows: NEVER explain the plot to an
outsider, if that explanation is likely to get you institutionalized.
He said that the
young man next to him was his father Jimmy Pritchard, regenerated ...
and that his teen daughter Gracie had been kidnapped, because the
rare gene that makes regeneration possible skips a generation; then
they hauled him away. Now Pritchard scrambles to find Gracie, while
his own energy is draining, leaving the siblings (Mary and Otto) on
ALTERNATIVE: Basketball, all day, two networks.
CBS opens the night
with Virginia (seeded No. 1) and Iowa State (No. 4) at 7:10 p.m. ET.
At about 9:40, it has the two lowest seeds remaining – Syracuse
(No, 10) and Gonzaga (No. 11).
Meanwhile, TBS has
Wisonsin and Notre Dame (No. 7 and 6) at 7:27 ET. At about 9:57,
top-seeded North Carolina faces No. 5 Indiana.
Mim-Mim,” 7 p.m., Disney Junior. This pleasant cartoon includes a
large bunny, tiny dinosaurs (called the tee-hee rex) and 5-year-old
Kate ... whom the creators patterned after their own daughter. In
real life, Kate Stewart is now 8 and tonight provides the voice of
the Easter Bunny.
8 p.m., Fox. As the Hidden One grows, Ichabod must examine his
long-ago – very long ago – relationship with Betsy Ross. Also,
Abbie finds things are strained with Reynolds, the FBI agent; her
sister Jenny isn't sure she can have any relationship with their
father (James McDaniel).
Standing,” 8 p.m., ABC. In a rerun, Mike (Tim Allen) surprises
everyone by suggesting that Ryan, the father of Mike's grandson Boyd,
should coach Boyd's hockey team.
“Dr. Ken,” 8:30,
ABC. There's nothing quite like being shown up by your own father. In
this rerun, Ken's dad visits ... and promptly fixes all the things
Ken never got around to.
“Grimm,” 9 p.m.,
NBC. A brutal attack in the woods offers hints of a Wesen disease
that could be the root of the modern werewolf myth. Also, Adalind
forms an uneasy alliance.
“Time for Three in
Concert,” 9 p.m., PBS (check local listings). The string trio does
mash-ups of pop, folk and classical tunes, linking with singers and
the Indianapolis Symphony.
Squad,” 10 p.m., NatGeo Wild. In its first episode, the squad
rescued animals after the largest wildfire in Washington State
history. After a Texas tornado last week, the team is back to the
dry-and-fireprone West, this time for one of the largest fires in