What’s on TV This Week: ‘The Green Knight,’ March Madness and more

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Dev Patel as Gawain in the 2021 fantasy drama “The Green Knight.”
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Billy Crystal and Oscar winner Halle Berry are singled out for special honors at the “27th Annual Critics Choice Awards.” 4 p.m. KTLA, 7 p.m. TBS

An “A” student suspects that some of her classmates are making the grade without really trying in the new TV movie “Cheating for Your Life.” 8 p.m. Lifetime

Only the strong survive in new episodes of the rebooted trivia challenge “Weakest Link.” Jane Lynch hosts. 9 p.m. NBC

It’s not TV, it’s “Family Guy.” A new episode of the irreverent animated sitcom spoofs the HBO hits “Succession,” “Game of Thrones” and “Big Little Lies.” 9:30 p.m. Fox


In Season 2, HBO’s Emmy-winning drama walked a tightrope of savage comedy and Shakespearean drama. In Season 3, it’s lost its balance.

Dec. 2, 2021

What in the wide, wide world o’ sports is a-goin’ on here?! Find out in the new series “Game Theory With Bomani Jones.” 11:30 p.m. HBO


Don’t hate her because she’s beautiful, in the new music and comedy special “Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous.” Anytime, Netflix

A priest, a cop, a boxer and an IRA soldier are among the unusual suspects in a robbery in Rochester, N.Y., in 1993 in the new docuseries “Holy Heist.” Anytime, Discovery+

A cool half a mil is on the line for the remaining contestants on the first season finale of “America’s Got Talent: Extreme.” 8 p.m. NBC

Save the liver! Eight amateur cooks try to follow in the footsteps of a beloved celebrity chef in the new series “The Julia Child Challenge.” 9 p.m. Food Network

Our humble hero Gawain (Dev Patel) tries to get a head in King Arthur’s court in David Lowery’s hallucinatory 2021 medieval fantasy “The Green Knight.” 9 p.m. Showtime; also 7 p.m. Saturday

There’s stripping, none of which involves furniture, in the new true crime series “Secrets of the Chippendales Murders.” 10 p.m. A&E


March Madness tips off with the first four matchups of the “2022 NCAA Basketball Tournament.” 3:30 and 6 p.m. truTV; also Wednesday

The 2022 documentary “Belle Vie” follows a West L.A. restaurateur as he struggles to keep his popular French bistro afloat during the pandemic. 7 p.m. KCET

What’s cookin’? The Dwayne Johnson sitcom “Young Rock” is back for a second season. 8 p.m. NBC

Clayton Echard makes his selection in the season finale of the reality series “The Bachelor.” 8 p.m. ABC

“Mr. Mayor” gets a second term in this L.A.-set sitcom starring Ted Danson and Holly Hunter. 8:30 p.m. NBC

“Westworld’s” Evan Rachel Wood opens up about the abuse she allegedly suffered at the hands of shock rocker Marilyn Manson in the new two-part series “Phoenix Rising.” 9 p.m. HBO; also Wednesday

In a documentary that screened at Sundance, Evan Rachel Wood accuses Marilyn Manson of raping her while shooting a music video. His attorney denies it.

Jan. 24, 2022

Hosts Dave and Jenny Marrs attempt to renovate a historic 19th century home in their new spinoff “Fixer to Fabulous: Welcome Inn.” 9 p.m. HGTV


A shady NYC restaurateur and her even shadier husband go on the lamb — sorry, that’s “lam” — in the new docuseries “Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives.” Anytime, Netflix

Welcome to the jungle! We’ve got celebrities playing “Survivor”-style games for charity in the new competition series “Beyond the Edge.” 9 p.m. CBS

The new spinoff “Expedition With Steve Backshall: Unpacked” goes behind the scenes of the outdoor-adventure series. 10 p.m. KOCE

Return with us now to “Temptation Island.” The rebooted reality competition is back for another season. Mark L. Walberg hosts. 10 p.m. USA



Crikey! You’ve been invited to go “Below Deck Down Under” in a new Australia-set entry in the reality TV franchise. Anytime, Peacock

The state of the union is, um, not that great, frankly, in the new dystopian thriller “DMZ.” Rosario Dawson and “Law & Order’s” Benjamin Bratt star. Anytime, HBO Max

A 1970s feminist gets in bed — figuratively speaking — with an adult-magazine publisher in the new comedy series “Minx.” With Ophelia Lovibond and “New Girl’s” Jake Johnson. Anytime, HBO Max

A state trooper (Grant Gustin, “The Flash”) teams up with a rambunctious shelter dog in the feel-good 2022 tale “Rescued by Ruby.” Anytime, Netflix

Host Gordon Ramsay puts a fresh batch of mini-Ramsays through their paces in a new season of “MasterChef Junior.” 8 p.m. Fox

Documentary crew descends on small town, hilarity ensues in the new sitcom “Welcome to Flatch.” With Seann William Scott and “The Boys’” Aya Cash. 9:30 p.m. Fox

From some delicate research to building on a “blood lollipop,” the Emmy-nominated “Boys” VFX team made an asylum sequence that was just bananas.

Aug. 17, 2021

Motivational speaker Stormy Wellington educates women on how to get that shmoney in the new unscripted series “Million Dollar Hustle.” 10 p.m. Lifetime


Zach Braff and Gabrielle Union play the heads of household in “Cheaper by the Dozen,” a 2022 update of the 2003 remake of the 1950 comedy. Anytime, Disney+

Ben Affleck and “No Time to Die’s” Ana de Armas are in over their heads in Adrian Lyne’s 2022 thriller “Deep Water” based on the Patricia Highsmith novel. Anytime, Hulu

The Hormone Monsters that bedevil our “Big Mouth” middle schoolers take center stage in the new animated spin-off “Human Resources.” Anytime, Netflix

“Is It Cake?” Culinary artists bake fantastic fakes in this new competition series. “SNL’s” Mikey Day hosts. Anytime, Netflix

It’s a matter of “Life & Beth” in this new comedy starring Amy Schumer as a dissatisfied 30-something. Michael Cera also stars. Anytime, Hulu


A stuffy New England university comes in for a long overdue racial reckoning in Mariama Diallo’s 2022 drama “Master.” With Regina Hall. Anytime, Amazon Prime

Teens from around the world assemble for a robotics competition in the 2022 documentary “More Than Robots.” Anytime, Disney+

This just in: “Mindhunter’s” Anna Torv plays a network anchor in 1980s Australia in the imported drama “The Newsreader.” Anytime, Roku

A once-promising startup winds up a Wall Street nonstarter in the new fact-based series “WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork.” Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway star. Anytime, Apple TV+

A wealthy married couple (Jesse Plemons, Lily Collins) play cat-and-mouse games with an intruder (Jason Segel) in the 2022 thriller “Windfall.” Anytime, Netflix

A film exec (Olivia Munn) learns to silence that critical voice in her head in Justine Bateman’s thought-provoking 2021 drama “Violet.” 9 p.m. Showtime

Munn opens up to The Times about pregnancy anxiety, the response to her relationship with John Mulaney and her new film, “Violet.”

Nov. 16, 2021

A young Angeleno (Zoe Lister-Jones) reflects on her life as the apocalypse looms in the 2021 comedy “How It Ends.” With Fred Armisen. 9:35 p.m. Epix

“The Power of the Dog” and “West Side Story” are among the nominees at the “Movies for Grownups Awards With AARP the Magazine” on “Great Performances.” 10 p.m. KOCE


The neighbors never take their trash cans in — oh, and there’s also a serial killer on the loose — in the new TV movie “Sins in the Suburbs.” 8 p.m. Lifetime

“Love & Marriage: Huntsville” returns, followed by the debut of the matrimonially-minded reality series “Marry Me Now.” 8 and 9 p.m. OWN

Whither the Red Cars? The season premiere of “Lost LA” tracks the demise of the Pacific Electric Railway Co. 9 p.m. KCET

Movies on TV this week: March 13: ‘Pulp Fiction’ on TMC and Showtime; ‘The Founder,’ KCET; ‘All Quiet on the Western Front,’ TCM; ‘Forrest Gump,’ VH1

March 11, 2022

TV Grids for the entire week of March 13 - 19 in downloadable and printable PDF files

March 11, 2022

Movies on TV for the entire week, March 13 - 19 in interactive PDF format for easy downloading and printing

March 11, 2022

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July 26, 2022