What to Watch this weekend: The season premiere of Bosch and Tonya Harding on Worst Cooks in America

What to Watch this weekend: The season premiere of Bosch and Tonya Harding on Worst Cooks in America

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HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

Season Premiere

On the season premiere, things aren’t looking good for this LAPD homicide detective (Titus Welliver): He brought his mother’s killer to justice, but did he plant evidence? And a Hollywood pharmacy murder is a prescription for peril.

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What Else to Watch:

Brené Brown: The Call to CourageNetflix

8 p.m.Last Man Standing (150th episode) —  Fox

9 p.m.
The BlacklistNBC


How High 2


Method Man and Redman have long expressed interest in making a sequel to their 2001 stoner classic. Instead, we get a painful basic-cable follow-up that’s missing the original’s stars, charm, and humor (Mike Epps and powerful marijuana are the only connective tissue). In How High 2, D.C. Young Fly and Lil Yachty step in as down-on-their-luck cousins who find the answers to their problems when they discover a magical weed bible. But after this tedious 89 minutes, I was left with just one question: How high do you have to be to find this funny? DDerek Lawrence.

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What Else to Watch:

8 p.m.
Easter Under Wraps (original telefilm)  — Hallmark

9 p.m. 
Knight Squad (season 2 finale) — Nick


Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9p.m. on Food Network

For the latest celeb installment of this cooking competition, Tonya Harding, Taryn Manning, Kym Whitley, Alec Mapa, Jim J. Bullock, Jimmie Walker, Jonathan Lipnicki, and Morgan Fairchild all step up to the plate to compete for charity. “They truly want to learn how to cook, as well,” chef and cohost Anne Burrell says. “Maybe they don’t as much on a regular basis due to their crazy schedules, but celebrities want to be able to cook for their kids and families, and be adept in the kitchen.” Our money is on Olympic ice-skater Harding. “She did everything she could to help other people.” Bad cook, good sport. —Gerrad Hall

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What Else to Watch:

1 p.m.Beverly Hills Dog ShowNBC

8 p.m.SupergirlThe CW
Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration CBS

10 p.m.Madam Secretary (season finale) — CBS

*times are ET and subject to change

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