What’s New On TV Tonight? “The Event”, “Bethenny Ever After♥♥♥”,”Dancing With The Stars”, “Nurse Jackie” and “United States of Tara”
Posted by ImaJustSaying on March 28, 2011
All Together Now: A Celebration of Service 8-9pm, NBC. Former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter join together to celebrate and acknowledge the service and volunteerism in America.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations 9-10pm, TRAVEL. Bourdain heads to the Ozarks to dine on squirrel potpie, raccoon and venison.
Castle 10-11pm, ABC. A juror in a high-profile murder trial turns up dead and Castle and Beckett must investigate.
Nurse Jackie 10:00 – 10:30pm, SHOW. Season 3 premiere, Edie Falco returns as Jackie, the sassiest pill-popping nurse on pay cable. In tonight’s episode, Jackie deals with the aftermath of her intervention and finds that her relationships with her husband and friends are now a bit strained.
United States of Tara 10:30-11pm, SHOW. Max is nervous about Tara’s decision to return to college to complete her last semester and Charmaine avoids fully committing to Neil even as the birth of their child grows near.
Harry’s Law 10:00 – 11:00 pm, NBC. In television’s finest dramedy about a woman named Harry, tonight said character will defend an old colleague who may or may not have intentionally murdered his business partner. Also, her more demographically friendly co-workers will have conversations about their love lives.
Here’s what’s on TV tonight (all times Eastern). Check your local TV listings for the full schedule.
MTV: ‘Silent Library’
‘Presidential Address’ (check local listings)
ABC: ‘Dancing with the Stars’
NBC: ‘All Together Now: A Celebration of Service’
ABC Family: ‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager’ (season premiere)
Disney XD: ‘Zeke and Luther’
TCM: ‘Annie Hall’
CBS: ‘Mad Love’
Cartoon Network: ‘Regular Show’
Disney XD: ‘I’m in the Band’
NBC: ‘The Event’
ABC Family: ‘Make It or Break It’ (season premiere)
USA: ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’
Syfy: ‘Being Human’
Food Network: ‘Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives’
TLC: ‘Cake Boss’
Travel Channel: ‘Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations’
History Channel: ‘American Pickers’
Oxygen: ‘The Bad Girls Club’
NBC: ‘Harry’s Law’
MTV: ‘The Hard Times of RJ Berger’
Syfy: ‘Stargate Universe’
TLC: ’19 Kids and Counting’
History Channel: ‘Pawn Stars’ (two episodes)
Food Network: ‘Meat and Potatoes’
Bravo: ‘Bethenny Ever After’
Showtime: ‘Nurse Jackie’ (season premiere)
Showtime: ‘United States of Tara’ (season premiere)
Late-Night Talk Shows
PBS: ‘Charlie Rose’: TBA
TBS: ‘Conan’: Jake Gyllenhaal, Randy Jackson, Little Big Town
Comedy Central: ‘The Daily Show’: Dr. Mansour O. El-Kikhia
E!: ‘Chelsea Lately’: Mireya Mayor
BET: ‘The Mo’Nique Show’: Martin Lawrence
Comedy Central: ‘The Colbert Report’: Michael Moore
ABC: ‘Nightline’: TBA
CBS: ‘The Late Show With David Letterman’: Jack Hanna and Danny McBride
NBC: ‘The Tonight Show’: Russell Brand, Lorraine Nicholson, Los Lonely Boys
ABC: ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live: Sharon Osbourne, Bruno Tonioli, The Sounds
PBS: ‘Tavis Smiley’: Governor Mitch Daniels, Ted Danson
TBS: ‘Lopez Tonight’: D.L. Hughley, Bethenny Frankel, Seether
CBS: ‘The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson’: Bob Geldof and Far East Movement
NBC: ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’: David Schwimmer, Jeff Musial, Brock Lesnar, Vanilla Fudge