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3 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE NCAA Bas­ket­ball Cham­pi­onship Se­lec­tion Show The time has come to de­fine Brack­e­tol­ogy as it will be for the 2019 NCAA Men’s Bas­ket­ball Tour­na­ment. The brack­ets for the four re­gions — East, South, West and Midwest — will be an­nounced tonight, as will the sched­ule for the first round of the tour­na­ment, in­clud­ing Tues­day and Wed­nes­day’s play-in games. The im­me­di­ate re­sult is the be­gin­ning stages of fans fill­ing out their brack­ets; which they’ll do right up un­til the first tip-off on Thurs­day.

6 p.m. on CNN Tricky Dick

This four-part docu-se­ries delves into the life and times of Richard Mil­hous Nixon, chron­i­cling his rise and early fall, fol­lowed in turn by a star­tling come­back that was only a pro­logue to his com­plete po­lit­i­cal de­struc­tion dur­ing a tur­bu­lent Amer­i­can po­lit­i­cal decade. The opener, “Part One: The Will to Win,” cov­ers his up­bring­ing in a mod­est house­hold that of­ten seemed be­set by tragedy. Those chal­leng­ing times tough­ened the young Nixon’s re­solve, teach­ing him how to rec­og­nize an op­por­tu­nity and seize it when it came along.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Charmed

When Mag­gie (Sarah Jef­fery) shows the strange room un­der Vera Manor to Macy, Harry and Char­ity (Madeleine Man­tock, Ru­pert Evans, guest star Vir­ginia Wil­liams), their fas­ci­na­tion quickly turns to ap­pre­hen­sion when Mel (Melonie Diaz) and Mag­gie switch both bod­ies and pow­ers in the new episode “Switches & Stones.” Later, Macy seeks guid­ance from the El­ders over how to con­quer her in­ner de­mon, which leads to an eye-open­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

9 p.m. on SHOW Bil­lions

Re­venge may be a dish best served cold, but it’s rarely off the menu on this splen­didly acted drama as it re­turns for Sea­son 4, wherein old foes Bobby Ax­el­rod and Chuck Rhoades (Damian Lewis, Paul Gia­matti) and their chief coun­selor, Wendy Rhoades (Mag­gie Siff), form an un­easy al­liance to take down their ri­vals. In the sea­son pre­miere, “Chucky Rhoades’s Great­est Game,” Chuck — no longer U.S. At­tor­ney — strug­gles to re­claim power, while Axe sets his sights on tak­ing down Tay­lor (Asia Kate Dil­lon).

10:30 p.m. on HBO High Main­te­nance

Se­ries star and co-cre­ator Ben Sinclair also wrote and di­rected “Cruise,” the Sea­son 3 fi­nale, in which his char­ac­ter, The Guy, has an un­ex­pected re­u­nion with two old high school friends (guest stars Cassie Beck, John McKeever), who are vis­it­ing New York un­der less than happy cir­cum­stances. Mean­while, Leonard (guest star Reed Bir­ney), an act­ing teacher, weighs the ad­van­tages and draw­backs of mov­ing back to the city.

MON­DAY 8 p.m. on FREE Shadowhunt­ers

Is­abelle (Emer­aude Toubia) turns to her brother Alec (Matthew Dad­dario) for help as she doggedly con­tin­ues her cru­sade to un­cover the truth about trou­bling ru­mors of gross mis­con­duct in the Clave’s prison for down­worlders in a new episode called “A Kiss From a Rose.” Else­where, Mag­nus (Harry Shum Jr.) breaks down and asks the war­lock Lorenzo (re­cur­ring guest star Javier Munoz) for a fa­vor, while Jace (Do­minic Sher­wood) in­vites Clary (Kather­ine Mc­Na­mara) on a spe­cial date.

9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH 9-1-1

Mad­die (Jen­nifer Love He­witt) tries to end her mar­riage once and for all, which causes Doug (guest star Brian Hal­lisay) to crowd into Chim­ney’s (Ken­neth Choi) life even more as this ac­tion drama re­turns for its spring pre­miere with “New Be­gin­nings.” Else­where, Bobby (Peter Krause) meets Athena’s (An­gela Bas­sett) par­ents for the first time. On the job, a gas leak in a plas­tic sur­geon’s of­fice hap­pens in mid-surgery, and a tanker trans­port­ing a tiger shark crashes on the free­way. Bev­erly Todd and Henry O. San­ders guest star.

9 p.m. on BRAV Van­der­pump Rules

Driven in part by lin­ger­ing grief over her late fa­ther, Lala suf­fers a break­down that drives her to lash out at James, Raquel and Bil­lie Lee in front of cus­tomers at SUR in the new episode “Trou­ble in Lala-land.” Mean­while, Lisa, San­doval and Schwartz ob­ses­sively are fo­cused on mak­ing sure TomTom is ready for its grand open­ing, and Jax grows con­cerned about the snow­balling ex­pense of his im­mi­nent en­gage­ment party. James is stricken af­ter be­ing dis­in­vited from Mex­ico.

9 p.m. on FOOD Spring Baking Cham­pi­onship

Host and life­style ex­pert Clin­ton Kelly (“The Chew”) wel­comes 10 tal­ented bak­ers who must try to im­press re­turn­ing judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Gold­man and Lor­raine Pas­cale with their baked treats as this hit culi­nary com­pe­ti­tion se­ries re­turns for Sea­son 5. In the sea­son pre­miere, “Spring Has Sprung,” a pre-heat chal­lenge tasks the bak­ers with cre­at­ing an­i­malthemed donuts. The main heat chal­lenges the bak­ers to sum­mon their in­ner artists and de­sign wa­ter­color cakes fea­tur­ing iconic spring fruits and veg­eta­bles. 9 p.m. on HBO Movie: The In­ven­tor: Out for Blood in Sil­i­con Val­ley Os­car-win­ning film­maker Alex Gib­ney (“Go­ing Clear: Scien­tol­ogy & the Prison of Be­lief”) trains his lens on the psy­chol­ogy of fraud in this fea­ture­length doc­u­men­tary, which chron­i­cles the case of Elizabeth Holmes, who drummed up some A-list in­vestors for The Edi­son, a de­vice she claimed could quickly and in­ex­pen­sively di­ag­nose ill­nesses from only pin-prick sam­ples of blood. In fact, The Edi­son was a bust, a fa­tally flawed gizmo that re­lied on rigged test re­sults for its im­pres­sive data. Holmes cur­rently awaits trial on fed­eral fraud charges.

10 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN The Fix

As a court­room prose­cu­tor, Mar­cia Clark failed to win a guilty ver­dict with mur­der de­fen­dant O.J. Simp­son, but she may get the last word, af­ter a fash­ion, in this new le­gal drama, on which she’s a co-writer and ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer. Robin Tun­ney (“The Men­tal­ist”) stars as prose­cu­tor Maya Travis, who goes into self-im­posed seclu­sion af­ter fail­ing to make a mur­der case a charis­matic celebrity (Ade­wale Akin­n­uoye-Ag­baje, “Lost”). Years later, though, Maya’s called back to work when the same star is sim­i­larly ac­cused. Adam Rayner, Mer­rin Dungey, Marc Blu­cas, Breckin Meyer and Scott Co­hen also star.

TUES­DAY 8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE The Flash

When Barry (Grant Gustin) and his team race to save sub­ur­ban mom Vickie Bolen (guest star Cather­ine Lough Hag­gquist) from peril, they dis­cover she’s ac­tu­ally a metahu­man who is hid­ing her un­canny pow­ers from her fam­ily. Af­ter Barry en­cour­ages Vickie to share her se­cret with her loved ones, Nora (Jes­sica Parker Kennedy) re­al­izes she needs to open up to Barry and Iris (Candice Pat­ton) about Thawne (Tom Ca­vanagh). Danielle Pan­abaker also stars.

9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Men­tal Samurai

In this new re­al­ity com­pe­ti­tion se­ries hosted by Rob Lowe, con­tes­tants must con­cen­trate as never be­fore to an­swer ques­tions ac­cu­rately un­der ex­tremely chal­leng­ing con­di­tions. While be­ing pep­pered with ques­tions de­signed to test gen­eral knowl­edge, mem­ory, puz­zle-solv­ing and se­quenc­ing, the play­ers are phys­i­cally trans­ported at high speeds around the set in a cap­sule that can be ro­tated 360 de­grees. It’s a game any­one can play, yet few can win.

10 p.m. on HGTV One of a Kind

In­te­rior de­signer Grace Mitchell re­ally earns the ti­tle for her new de­sign se­ries, which re­flects her de­ter­mi­na­tion to give her Fort Worth, Texas, clients ren­o­va­tions that re­flect their per­son­al­ity. In each episode, Grace takes time to learn the per­sonal story of the home­owner who has hired her, then weaves el­e­ments of the fam­ily’s his­tory, fa­vorite hob­bies and per­son­al­ity traits into her de­sign, which is in­no­va­tive in its own right as well. The se­ries pre­miere, for ex­am­ple, fea­tures cus­tom wall­pa­per made from ac­tual love let­ters.

10 p.m. on TVL Teach­ers

Class is dis­missed af­ter three sea­sons for this con­sis­tently funny yet fre­quently un­der­rated class­room sit­com. Tonight’s se­ries fi­nale, “Wed­ded Miss,” takes place on sweet Mary Louise Ben­ni­gan’s (Katie O’Brien) wed­ding day with Hot Dad (Ryan Cal­t­a­girone), who’s about to be­come Hot Groom. At least, he will if Ms. Ben­ni­gan’s stal­wart fac­ulty friends can man­age to fix a day that is rapidly turn­ing into a hot mess. Katy Col­lo­ton, Caitlin Bar­low, Kate Lam­bert and Kathryn Thomas also star.

10:01 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE The Vil­lage

This char­ac­ter-driven en­sem­ble drama is set in the tit­u­lar Brook­lyn apart­ment build­ing, where the ten­ants have formed a tight-knit ex­tended fam­ily unit. Sarah (Michaela McManus), a nurse, is rais­ing a pre­co­cious teen on her own, while mil­len­nial law stu­dent Gabe (Daren Ka­ga­soff) shares his place with an un­ex­pected room­mate. Then there’s Nick (War­ren Christie), a mil­i­tary vet­eran who serves as the heart and soul of The Vil­lage. Frankie Fai­son, Lor­raine Tous­saint, Grace Van Dien, Do­minic Chi­anese and Mo­ran Atias also star.

WED­NES­DAY 6:30 p.m. on ESPN NBA Bas­ket­ball

A pair of heavy­weights from both con­fer­ences face off when Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Rap­tors visit Russell West­brook and the Ok­la­homa City Thun­der. With just three weeks to go in the reg­u­lar sea­son, high play­off seed­ing is the goal for both teams. The Rap­tors have a shot at the top seed in the East, as­sum­ing they can over­take Min­nesota. Mean­while, the Thun­der are hang­ing tough with Golden State and Denver in the West.

8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Riverdale

As re­hearsals be­gin for the school’s pro­duc­tion of “Heathers: The Mu­si­cal,” one of its stars, Ch­eryl (Made­laine Petsch), chan­nels her real-life in­ner queen bee to deal with some un­pleas­ant re­cent fall­out in the new episode “Chap­ter Fifty-One: BIG FUN.” Else­where, Betty (Lili Rein­hart) is in­creas­ingly ir­ri­tated by how Eve­lyn (guest star Zoe Dé Grand’Maison) keeps in­sert­ing her­self into both the show and Betty’s so­cial cir­cle. Veron­ica (Camila Men­des) re­ceives some dev­as­tat­ing fam­ily news. K.J. Apa also stars.

8 p.m. on FREE Pretty Lit­tle Liars: The Perfection­ists

The seem­ingly idyl­lic col­lege com­mu­nity of Bea­con Heights is rocked by a mur­der in the pre­miere of this spinoff of Freeform’s long-run­ning mys­tery se­ries “Pretty Lit­tle Liars.” Sasha Pi­eterse and Janel Par­rish from the orig­i­nal se­ries re­turn to their re­spec­tive roles of Ali­son DiLau­ren­tis and Mona Van­der­waal in a large en­sem­ble cast that also in­cludes Kelly Ruther­ford (“Gos­sip Girl”), Sofia Car­son (“De­scen­dants”), Syd­ney Park (“The Walk­a­gainst

ing Dead”) and Hay­ley Erin (“Gen­eral Hospi­tal”).

8:30 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Schooled

The fac­ulty’s res­i­dent man-boy, C.B. (Brett Dier), and the mem­bers of the school’s avid “Star Wars” club in­vite Coach Mel­lor (Bryan Callen) to join them at the ea­gerly awaited pre­miere of “The Phan­tom Menace.” The coach’s un­ex­pected re­ac­tion to the movie winds up caus­ing the club to dis­band, how­ever, in the new episode “Darth Mel­lor.” Else­where, Lainey (AJ Michalka) en­cour­ages Prin­ci­pal Glas­cott (Tim Mead­ows) to let his niece get her driver’s li­cense, con­fi­dent that Feli­cia (guest star Rachel Crow) is trust­wor­thy. Greg Proops also guest stars.

9:45 p.m. on HBO Movie: The Mise­d­u­ca­tion of Cameron Post

Di­rec­tor and co-writer De­siree Akha­van cast Chloe Grace Moretz in the ti­tle role of this ac­claimed yet lit­tle­seen 2018 adap­ta­tion of a novel by Emily M. Dan­forth, about the har­row­ing ex­pe­ri­ences of a teenager shipped off to a gay con­ver­sion ther­apy cen­ter by her aunt (Kerry But­ler), a staunch re­li­gious fun­da­men­tal­ist. John Gal­lagher Jr. (“The News­room”), Jen­nifer Ehle (“Pride and Prej­u­dice”), Sasha Lane and For­rest Good­luck lend able sup­port in this mov­ing film, which pre­miered at the Sun­dance Film Fes­ti­val.

10 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE bublé!

A fel­low air­line pas­sen­ger re­cently mis­took Michael Bublé for an “Amer­i­can Idol” con­tes­tant, so the four-time Grammy Award win­ner de­cided he should let his fans get to know his per­sonal as well as pro­fes­sional side. The re­sult is this new spe­cial, in which Bublé, backed by a 36-piece band, per­forms cuts from his new al­bum “Love” and some ro­man­tic stan­dards, in­ter­spersed with seg­ments from his life go­ing back to his child­hood. Cé­cile McLorin Sal­vant guest stars.

10 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE SEAL Team

Bravo Team joins forces with the Con­golese Army as they un­der­take a joint covert mis­sion to cap­ture the of a rebel mili­tia group in the new episode “What Ap­pears to Be.” Mean­while, on a per­sonal note, Ja­son (David Bore­anaz) gets into an ar­gu­ment with his daugh­ter Emma (re­cur­ring cast mem­ber Kerri Med­ders) on the sub­ject of col­lege, and Davis and Sonny (Toni Trucks, A.J. Buck­ley) reach a big de­ci­sion about their shared fu­ture. Roger Davies and Joe Flani­gan guest star.

THURS­DAY 9 a.m. on 47.1 KGPE 2019 NCAA Bas­ket­ball Tour­na­ment

Let the games be­gin, as the first round of the 2019 NCAA Men’s Bas­ket­ball Tour­na­ment gets un­der­way on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV. There will be 16 games both to­day and Fri­day, leav­ing 32 teams to play over the week­end. Last year, his­tory was made when the No. 16 seed Uni­ver­sity of Mary­land, Bal­ti­more County (UMBC) up­set the No. 1 seed Vir­ginia, bust­ing brack­ets ev­ery­where. It was the first time a 16 topped a 1.

7 p.m. on TRAV Kindred Spir­its

The new episode “The Vil­lisca Axe Mur­ders” takes paranormal in­ves­ti­ga­tors and BFFs Amy Bruni and Adam Berry to Iowa, where they ex­plore a ru­ral farm­house where an en­tire fam­ily was bru­tally mur­dered in 1912 by an as­sailant who was never iden­ti­fied or ap­pre­hended. They have rea­son to fear that the spirit of the guilty party may still hold sway over the res­i­dence. If so, he may be try­ing to add to his death toll from the after­life.

8 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Gotham

As they stand on the very brink of Gotham City’s re­uni­fi­ca­tion, Gor­don and Bruce (Ben McKen­zie, David Ma­zouz) find them­selves con­fronted by a re­cently trans­formed Ed­uardo (guest star Shane West), who turns out to be the ul­ti­mate pup­pet mas­ter be­hind the cur­rent chaos grip­ping the city in the new episode “I am Bane.” Else­where, Bar­bara (Erin Richards), now preg­nant, seeks help from Lee (Morena Bac­carin).

8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Supernatur­al

At this point in their very long ca­reer as hunters, Sam and Dean (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ack­les) have just about been there, done that and got the T-shirt to prove it. The new episode “Don’t Go in the Woods” presents the broth­ers Winch­ester with a rar­ity, how­ever: a mon­ster they’ve never heard of. Mean­while, Jack (Alexan­der Calvert) goes all out to im­press a new group of friends. We’re sure that will go well.

9 p.m. on LIFE Bring It!

Miss D and the Danc­ing Dolls hit the road for a highly an­tic­i­pated live tour, but the fate of that en­tire ven­ture is thrown up in the air by mul­ti­ple road­blocks along the way in the Sea­son 5 fi­nale, “Bring It Live! De­tour.” As the hours tick down to the open­ing-per­for­mance cur­tain, Princess strug­gles to get con­trol of a se­ri­ous case of be­gin­ner doubts, while Faith strug­gles to bounce back af­ter an in­jury with her trade­mark con­fi­dence in­tact.

FRI­DAY 8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Fresh Off the Boat

When Jes­sica (Con­stance Wu) be­gins her col­lege classes, she pro­motes pre­co­cious youngest son Evan (Ian Chen) to the role of “Vice Mommy” in charge of any­thing that arises in her ab­sence in this new episode. Nei­ther mother nor child has an easy time with this peace­ful trans­fer of power, how­ever. Else­where, Ed­die (Hud­son Yang) clashes with his fa­ther (Ran­dall Park) when he re­quests that Louis treat him as an em­ployee, not his son, while they are work­ing at Cat­tle­man’s Ranch.

8:30 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH The Cool Kids

Mar­garet (Vicki Lawrence) sets her cap to win Gene (guest star Pa­trick Duffy), the hottest guy at Shady Mead­ows, but un­wanted and clingy suitor Leonard (guest star Stephen Tobolowsky) keeps in­ter­fer­ing with her se­duc­tion strat­egy in the new episode “Mar­garet Ups Her Game.” Else- where, Hank (David Alan Grier) en­lists the help of Sid’s (Les­lie Jor­dan) cousin in try­ing to get his man­u­script — an erotic vam­pire novel — pub­lished. Gary Kraus also guest stars.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Crazy Ex-Girl­friend

In a new episode called ”I Need to Find My Fren­emy,” Re­becca (Rachel Bloom) is caught off-guard when she gets a call from her life­long per­sonal and pro­fes­sional neme­sis, Au­dra Levine (re­cur­ring guest star Rachel Grate), plead­ing for Re­becca’s help with a com­pli­cated sit­u­a­tion. Mean­while, Nathaniel, Josh and Greg (Scott Michael Foster, Vin­cent Ro­driguez III and Sky­lar Astin) try to sort out their en­tan­gled emo­tions when it comes to Re­becca.

9 p.m. on BRAV Don’t Be Tardy ...

Kim’s lav­ish birth­day bash has a glitzy gam­bling theme in the new episode “Lordy Lordy, Kim­mie’s 40,” which sees her hit­ting the jack­pot with sur­pris­ingly sup­port­ive fam­ily and friends. The guest list, a ver­i­ta­ble who’s who of Bier­mann per­son­al­i­ties past and present, in­cludes Kim’s es­tranged brother, her gy­ne­col­o­gist, and just about ev­ery boy whom daugh­ter Brielle ever dated.

10 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Great Per­for­mances

The new per­for­mance doc­u­men­tary “Bir­git Nils­son: A League of Her Own” cel­e­brates the life and ca­reer of the Swedish dra­matic so­prano who be­came the face of opera for many from the 1950s through the 1970s, par­tic­u­larly in the vo­cally daunt­ing op­eras of Richard Wag­ner and Richard Strauss. In ad­di­tion to her gleam­ing, laser-fo­cused voice, which seemed cre­ated to cut through any heavy or­ches­tra­tion, Nils­son also was known for her wit and sense of hu­mor: She once reg­is­tered her dis­plea­sure over a pro­duc­tion’s gloomy light­ing by show­ing up for re­hearsal wear­ing a miner’s hel­met.

SATUR­DAY 9 a.m. on 47.1 KGPE 2019 NCAA Bas­ket­ball Tour­na­ment

The sec­ond round of the 2019 NCAA Men’s Bas­ket­ball Tour­na­ment be­head gins. What be­gan with 64 teams on Thurs­day, will be down to the Sweet 16 by the time play wraps up on Sun­day night. In 2018, the No. 11 seed Loy­ola-Chicago Ram­blers up­set No. 3 Ten­nessee, and rode the mo­men­tum all the way to the Fi­nal Four; their first since 1963. Their run made for one of the great Cin­derella sto­ries in tour­na­ment his­tory.6

p.m. on ID The Atlanta Child Mur­ders

As a pro­ducer, Will Packer’s pre­vi­ous suc­cesses in­clude such rau­cous come­dies as “Girls Trip,” but he shifts into a far more se­ri­ous mode for this new three-part true-crime docu-se­ries, pre­mier­ing and air­ing tonight in its en­tirety. The saga opens in 1979 Atlanta, where two 14-year-old black boys go miss­ing, then are found dead a few days later. That grisly in­ci­dent sparks 23 months of hor­ror in the city’s black com­mu­nity, as a to­tal of 29 African-Amer­i­can chil­dren are stolen from their fam­i­lies and mur­dered. The case re­mains un­solved.

8 p.m. on HALL Movie: Love to the Res­cue

A pooch named Bruce is one lucky dog, lit­er­ally, in this 2019 ro­mance, since he has not one, but two fam­i­lies ea­ger to of­fer him a for­ever home. Both sin­gle mom Kate (Nikki DeLoach) and sin­gle dad Eric (Michael Rady) have given their kids the green light on adopt­ing Bruce, so both clans agree to share cus­tody for a month to give Bruce him­self a chance to see which home is a bet­ter fit for him. Ro­mance sparks be­tween Kate and Eric as these vis­its un­fold.

8 p.m. on NICK Nick­elodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards 2019

DJ Khaled hosts the slim­i­est party of the year in this year’s edi­tion of the star-stud­ded cel­e­bra­tion hon­or­ing the best in en­ter­tain­ment for young au­di­ences, broad­cast live in most mar­kets from the Galen Cen­ter in Los An­ge­les. Two movie su­per-block­busters, “Avengers: In­fin­ity War” and “Black Pan­ther,” lead the field of nom­i­na­tions with 10 and five re­spec­tively. Among per­form­ers, Cardi B is out in front with four nods. Win­ners were se­lected by fan vot­ing on so­cial me­dia and the of­fi­cial Kids’ Choice Awards web­site.

8 p.m. on HBO Movie: The Meg

Sci­en­tists un­der­tak­ing a res­cue mis­sion on the floor of the Pa­cific Ocean are un­der­stand­ably shaken up when they find them­selves con­fronting a 75-foot-long shark that crit­i­cally dam­ages their sub­ma­rine in Jon Turteltaub’s sum­mer 2018 sci-fi-thriller. Ja­son Statham, Rainn Wil­son, Cliff Cur­tis (“Fear the Walk­ing Dead”) and Ruby Rose (the pro­posed CW “Bat­woman” TV se­ries) are among the more fa­mil­iar faces in this Chi­ne­seAmer­i­can co-pro­duc­tion, which earned very mixed re­views at best yet pulled in more than half a bil­lion dol­lars at the global box of­fice.

Ken­neth Choi stars in “9-1-1” Mon­day on Fox.

Paul Gia­matti stars in “Bil­lions” Sun­day on Show­time.

Michaela McManus stars in “The Vil­lage” Tues­day on NBC.

Vicki Lawrence stars in “The Cool Kids” Fri­day on Fox.

Michael Bublé stars in “bublé!” Wed­nes­day on NBC.

Miss D stars in “Bring It!” Thurs­day on Life­time.

DJ Khaled hosts “Nick­elodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards 2019” Satur­day.

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