Doctor Who, Revolution and Modern Family return with new shows. No The Americans this week, did it's season end already or no show due to Easter week?
These are the TV shows I plan on watching this week. Most of them I will watch by DVR or OnDemand. All times ET.
The Walking Dead, This Sorrowful Life. AMC, 9:00pm.
Rick and the rest of the survivors of the group find themselves having to make a difficult decision in the hopes of establishing a truce with the Governor but the sacrifice they would have to make may be too great for them to go through with.
Vikings, Trial. History, 10:00pm.
After placing a spy in his crew, Earl Haraldson allows Ragnar and his men to return to pillage England, and after bloodshed on the beach, they attack Hexam on the Sabbath, only to discover unexpected repercussions for their actions.
The Following, Guilt. Fox, 9:00pm.
After Carroll discovers Claire's location, he sends followers to try and capture her; Jacob's struggles with recent decisions causes his reunion with Emma to be less than perfect; a relationship from Ryan's past becomes important in his future.
Revolution, Guilt. NBC, 10:00pm.
As Miles leads the rebel squad out of Philadelphia away from Monroe's helicopters and guns, a guilt-ridden Rachel must make the choice to leave her children, Charlie and Danny, as she struggles to redeem herself by proving power to the rebels.
Body of Proof, Fallen Angel. ABC, 10:00pm.
Kate meets a mysterious guest at a political event and finds herself irrisitibly drawn to him, but when a young Russian girl is found near the hotel where the two are having a tryst, Kate begins to suspect that he may be involved.
Survivor: Caramoan - Fans vs. Favorites, Tubby Lunchbox. CBS, 8:00pm.
Phillip's constant complaining begins to irritate the members of the newly-formed Bikal tribe who continue to underperform during physically-demanding challenges; Reynold divulges personal information to a source at Gota that may not be trustworthy.
Modern Family, The Wow factor. ABC, 9:00pm.
When Cam and Claire reach a impasse during the process of flipping a house, they bring in a mother from Lily's school as a neutral party; Phil decides to teach the kids basic fix-it skills; Gloria spends some quality time with Manny.
NOVA, Meteor Strike. PBS, 9:00pm.
On February 15, a large asteroid exploded in Earth's atmosphere and a meteorite fell near the Ural Mountains in Russia, and merely a few days later, scientists began searching for debris and clues to its makeup and origins.
Touch, Clockwork. Fox, 9:00pm.
Jake leads Martin to a man that was Dr. Teller's first patient who is on death row for murdering Aster Corps employees; Martin must find the man's estranged daughter before he is executed and get the answers that he is looking for.
Doctor Who, The Bells of Saint John. BBC America, 8:00pm.
As the Doctor searches for Clara, he arrives in the Wi-Fi ridden streets London, where a dangerous presence swims beneath the waves of the innocent-seeming signals, picking off minds one by one and taking them as its prisoners.
The Doctor Revisited, The Third Doctor. BBC America, 8:00pm.
A look is taken at how the Third Doctor, the first Doctor to be broadcast in color, and also the first to incorporate action, stunts and car chases, joined the British Army, met The Master and flew in helicopters and hovercrafts. 3 hrs.
The Walking Dead, Welcome to the Tombs. AMC, 9:00pm.
As the group begins to sense the coming execution of the Governor's demented plans, Rick and the rest of the survivors at the prison are forced to consider whether or not their stronghold is truly worth risking their lives for.
Vikings, Raid. History, 10:00pm.
A seer's prediction for Earl Haraldson claims that Ragnar Lothbrok is plotting his death, which causes the Earl to take precautionary measures to protect his power, and when Ragnar's property is destroyed, the Viking warrior seeks his freedom.
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