The Oscars, ‘Sasquatch,’ ‘Shadow and Bone,’ ‘Rutherford Falls’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week.


Sasquatch: Cannabis, hippies, true crime, and bigfoot come together in this wild new documentary from the Duplass Brothers. Premiere. Hulu

9-1-1: A drunk driver causes a deadly pile-up on the freeway on the spring premiere. 7 p.m., Fox

9-1-1: Lone Star: Grace and Judd fight for their lives in the spring premiere. 8 p.m., Fox

Jordan Klepper Fingers the Pulse — Into the MAGAverse: Jordan Klepper attends rallies and events across the country in an attempt to better understand the world of Donald Trump supporters. 10 p.m., Comedy Central


Cruel Summer: A popular teen goes missing, and, in a seemingly unrelated set of events, an awkward shy girl becomes the most popular girl in town and eventually the most hated person in America. Two-hour series premiere. 8 p.m., Freeform

Queen Sugar: Series finale. 7 p.m., OWN

Chopped 420: Four chefs compete to create pot-infused dishes in this new cooking competition. Premiere. Discovery+


Zero: A teenager with the power of invisibility is dragged into a small-time criminal’s plans in this new series. Netflix

Married At First Sight: Unmatchables:  16 applicants from previous seasons are given a new chance of love in this new Married at First Sight spinoff. Premiere.  9 p.m., Lifetime

The Price is Right at Night: Late-night host Lily Sing comes on down for a primetime special episode. 7 p.m., CBS


Rutherford Falls: Ed Helms and Jana Schmieding star in this new small-town comedy from the producers of Parks and Rec. Series premiere. Peacock

Stowaway: A team of astronauts headed on a two-year mission to Mars discovers they have a surprise guest along for the ride, which … complicates matters. Anna Kendrick, Daniel Dae Kim, Shamier Anderson, and Toni Collette star.  Netflix

Cher + the Loneliest Elephant: I mean, the title kinda says it all, right? Paramount+

Searching for Sheela: Speaking of Wild Wild Country, Ma Anand Sheela returns to India after 30 years in this new documentary. Premiere. Netflix

Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World: Greta visits Canada, California, and Madrid in this new documentary special. Premiere. 7 p.m., PBS


Shadow and Bone: A young woman with extraordinary powers could change the fate of her world in this new fantasy series. Premiere. Netflix

RuPaul’s Drag Race: The 13th season winner is chosen. Season finale. 7 p.m., VH1

Mortal Kombat: The video game comes to life in this feature film about an MMA fighter who seeks out the Earth’s greatest fighters to take on a dangerous threat. Premiere. HBO Max

Black Lady Sketch Show: Season premiere. 10 p.m., HBO


No Country for Old Men: I’d make an argument that this is the Cohen Brothers’ greatest drama. Their greatest comedy is obviously Raising Arizona. SORRY, BIG LEBOWSKI, BUT WE ALL KNOW IT’S TRUE. 5:55 p.m., The Movie Channel

My Husband’s Killer Girlfriend: Something about a nanny and an ex-husband’s new girlfriend and mental patients and being framed for a crime and this just seems messy. 7 p.m., Lifetime


The Oscars: I have never been less interested in an Academy Awards Ceremony in my life. Seriously though, does anyone care this year? 7 p.m., ABC; Red carpet coverage begins at noon on ABC

Murderous History: This new true-crime series looks at historical murders and how they were solved long before DNA, profiling, and even fingerprinting. Series premiere. 8 p.m., Smithsonian Channel

Biography: “Rowdy” Roddy Piper: Honestly, if they just spent the entire hour talking about his performance in They Live, I would be thrilled. 7 p.m., A&E


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