Monday March 5:
An unexpected engagement leads to a quickly-planned wedding, causing suspicions that something is awry. Sutton encourages Emma to show Kristin what they found in Rebecca’s house. And Ethan makes a discovery that changes the game. Meanwhile, a shocking revelation leads to major repercussions in the Mercer household.
Finding true love does not happen overnight, but New York’s most passionate matchmaker, Lori Zaslow, scours the streets searching tirelessly for soulmates for her clients. Meanwhile, three of the most ambitious realtors give viewers an inside look into the aggressive, high-stakes world of New York City’s real estate market as they close multi-million dollar deals faster than a cab running a red light.
Tuesday March 6:
When Sophie tells Annie that she does not care about getting good grades, Annie decides to set an example by taking night classes at the local community college. Nikki joins her in a Spanish class and is surprisingly fluent as she frequently watches telenovelas. Meanwhile, the dads are in charge of getting the girls to finish an important school project.
Now that Ben is onto Jane’s secret, her dream job looks like it could be coming to an end quickly. But with Fashion Week finally here, Gray and the Donovan Decker team are counting on her more than ever – especially when the mole rears their ugly head again. How can Jane let everyone down and let go of her dream? But if she goes, how would she be able to explain herself to Ben? This is one fashion problem that doesn’t have a quick fix.
In the second season premiere, Cameron, Cash and Melanie discover that Oz is forced to sell the company to a corporate conglomerate headed by the brash and bold Veronica Mann (Emmy Award winner Megan Mullally, who joins the cast as a series regular), who along with her prickly British assistant Molly, turn the office upside-down.
Wednesday March 7:
The season nine chefs get together to dish about the final two – Paul and Sarah, the bullying of Bev and much more.
Three of the most ambitious realtors give viewers an inside look into the aggressive, high-stakes world of New York City’s real estate market as they close multi-million dollar deals faster than a cab running a red light.
In the second-season premiere, Fran is reluctant to face an old adversary at her college reunion, but she changes her mind when Elliott comes along as her fake fiancé for the evening.
Thursday March 8:
Leslie and Ben are thrilled when Buddy Wood (guest star Sean Hayes) wants to interview Leslie for his Indianapolis talkshow. April and Ron prep Andy for his final exam in his Women’s Studies course.
A severe hurricane strikes Southern Florida, but torrential weather will not stop Walter from searching for a female high school student who went missing during the storm. While Walter is stranded on Looking Glass Key at the Ends of the Earth Bar, Isabel visits the missing girl’s high school and uncovers clues that link her disappearance to foul play and a more serious and life threatening crime.
Saturday March 10:
Julianne Moore, Woody Harrelson and Ed Harris star in HBO Films’ ‘Game Change.’ Directed by Jay Roach and written by Danny Strong – the team behind the Emmy-winning HBO Films drama ‘Recount’ – ‘Game Change’ offers a searing behind-the-scenes look at John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign, from the selection of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as McCain’s vice presidential running mate to their defeat in the general election. Told through the eyes of McCain strategist Steve Schmidt, the man who most championed Palin for the ticket, the film revisits a defining moment in U.S. politics.
Sunday March 11:
The kids hunt for treasure in an abandoned taffy factory and Bob and Linda must find them before the factory’s scheduled demolition in the all-new season two premiere.
Bravo gives viewers a never-before-seen look inside the captivating lives of six young Persian-American friends in Los Angeles in this new series. Partnering for the first time with Ryan Seacrest Productions, the network’s latest docu-series follows a group of friends who are trying to juggle their active social lives and up-and-coming careers while balancing the demands of their families and traditions. These passionate socialites are fervent on the dating and party scene, but seeking approval from their families they face pressures to settle down and marry within the community.