“Orphan Black,” all day, cable.
You can start by
catching up on the first two seasons of a terrific show. Reruns began
at midnight on the IFC channel and continue until 9 p.m.: Once a
street waif, Sarah (the superb Tatiana Maslany) learned she's the
result of a clone scheme; her lookalikes range from a soccer mom to
Then the third
season opens, with Sarah searching for her twin (Helena) and using
acting skill to thwart a detective. That's 9 p.m. on IFC, AMC, WE and
BBC America, which reruns it at midnight and 3 a.m.
“Castle,” 10 p.m., ABC.
show has a couple more new episodes left on Mondays. Today, however,
we can catch this rerun from October, with Rick Castle going
undercover as a 2nd-grade teacher.
enough: An ice-cream vendor has been shot and a kid may be the only
ALTERNATIVE: “Good Witch” season-finale, 8-10 p.m. , Hallmark.
After seven movies,
Catherine Bell's likable character has settled into this feel-good
series. There's less emphasis on Cassie's maybe-magic now and more on
her intuition and people skills.
In a sweet little
town, she's a shop-owner and innkeeper, a former mayor and the widow
of the police chief, with a daughter and two grown step-kids.
Tonight, her step-son struggles with his long-distance marriage, her
neighbor confronts a scheming ex-wife and a development scheme
endangers her store and her friend's coffee shop. They are modest
problems in a modestly involving, nice-folks drama.
and “Cars 2” (2011), 2 and 4:30 p.m., ABC Family. This popular
double feature provides a highlight for the channel's animation
weekend. Today, that starts with “Winnie the Pooh” (2011) at 7
a.m. and contiues through “Horton Hears a Who” and “Kung Fu
Panda” (both 2008) at 7 and 9 p.m.
Hockey and fighting,
8 p.m. ET, NBC. The Stanley Cup coverage moves into NBC's prime time,
with Pittsburgh at the New York Rangers. Fox counters with Ultimate
Fighting Championship bouts.
“CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation,” 8 p.m., CBS. This is clearly overkill; the victim
seems to have been killed twice. Also in this rerun, Sharon Osbourne
plays the manager of a billiards tournament.
Angeles,” 9 p.m., CBS. In this rerun, the murder victims are
Marines who have sons in military academies. That has Sam (LL Cool J)
thinking about his ownn relationship with his dad.
TV Land awards,
9-10:30 p.m., TV Land. Terry Crews, the host, starts the night by
lip-synching to classic theme songs. Later, there's real music from
Jennifer Hudson and Charlie Wilson. Awards go to Betty White and to
Donny and Marie Osmond, plus the people behind “Ally McBeal,”
“The Wonder Years,” “Parenthood” and “Freaks and Geeks.”
Also, George Lopez gives a Joan Rivers tribute.
10 p.m., BBC America, rerunning at 1 a.m. Visiting the Cook Islands,
two Londoners take a hallucinogen and are soon immersed in Maori
Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. James Franco hosts this rerun, with music
by Nicki Minaj.