Basketball fans can bask in March Madness, but what’s out there for the rest of us? Here’s a look at some highlights.


When we last left “The Walking Dead” (9 p.m., AMC), Andrea was facing an uncertain future and Rick was weighing a deal to turn Michonne over to the Governor.


“Revolution” (10 p.m., NBC) returns. What will Miles and crew do now that Monroe has helicopters and  a serious ax to grind? Tonight, we’ll find out that — and if the show’s fans are still around after its long break.

Speaking of returns, after a (not long enough) break, “The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC) is back sans Cee Lo and Christina, who are taking a break to concentrate on their own music. Joining Blake and Adam are new co-hosts Shakira and Usher.  I’m a fan of this show, but I’m not a fan of the trend toward reality shows shortening the time between seasons.

On “2 Broke Girls” (9 p.m., CBS), Han fires Caroline for an insult. Because, yeah, she’s the one who needs to be fired for inappropriate comments.


Are you in the mood for experts teaching “celebrities” to dive, or to dance? ABC offers you that choice as it airs “Splash” (8 p.m.) and the first results show of the season on “Dancing with the Stars” (9 p.m.)


If you’re a fan of “Whitney” (8 p.m., NBC), there’s good news: Season 2 ends with back-to-back episodes. (Actually, I guess if you’re not a fan, this is also good news.)


The big tragedy on tonight’s “Grey’s Anatomy” (9 p.m., ABC) is a gas tanker explosion. I’m sure there will be emotional heartache, too.

“Glee” isn’t on, but Fox has an alternative for musical fans: Burt uses music to get ready for his bar mitzvah on “Raising Hope” (8 p.m.) The season finale follows.


Nick and Hank take on another supernatural killer on “Grimm” (9 p.m., NBC)

In keeping with the week’s theme of two episodes are better than one, buddy comedy “Happy Endings” (8 p.m., ABC) airs a double-header.

— Heather Chavez