This Week on Sling TV

Mar 28, 2016 by Sling Staff

All times Eastern.

Monday March 28

Spring Training on ESPN - Orioles at Red Sox: What else are you gonna do on a Monday afternoon? Work? Why not get yourself ready for Opening Day with a little spring training of your own as the Orioles and Red Sox square off in the final week of preseason. (1:05pm Monday, ESPN)

Better Call Saul: As Mike becomes increasingly more frustrated when his hand is forced, but Jimmy finds time away from making his own path to help keep the peace. (10pm Monday, AMC)

Tuesday March 29

NBA on TNT - Rockets at Cavaliers, Wizards at Warriors: The Rockets are fighting for a playoff position and have found themselves with a very real chance of finishing anywhere between sixth and ninth in the West while the Cavs hope to lock up first place in the East. The Wizards are on the fringes of the playoff picture and need to start winning if they want to secure a spot as the Warriors chase history with an eye on the record for single-season wins. (8:00 & 10:30pm Tuesday, TNT)

Wednesday March 30

Star Wars Rebels: In the one-hour season finale, Kanan, Ezra and Ahsoka obtain information about the Sith and battle the Inquisitors thanks to a new ally. But when Vader arrives, things don’t go according to plan. (9pm Wednesday, Disney XD)

Thursday March 31

NBA on TNT - Bulls at Rockets, Clippers at Thunder: Having weathered a rash of injuries, the Bulls are fighting to secure one of the last seeds in the East while the Rockets are in a similar position in the West. The Clippers are running out of gas, desperate for Blake Griffin’s return, lest they find themselves opening the playoffs on the road if they fall to fifth place. Meanwhile, the Thunder, led by Durant and Westbrook, look like they may be getting it together at just the right time. (7:00 & 9:30pm Thursday, TNT)

The Eighties: Thirty years ago, Ronald Reagan was President, Michael Jackson ruled the airwaves, and Donald Trump was still a Democrat. Get a blast from the past as CNN takes you back in time to easily the best and worst decade of all time. (9pm Thursday, CNN)

Vikings: King Ecbert is still working on a plan to secure the crown of Mercia while Ragnar and his army attacks Rollo’s defenses. (10pm Thursday, HISTORY)

Friday April 1

NBA on TNT - Cavaliers at Hawks, Celtics at Warriors: LeBron and the Cavs try to tighten their grip on first place, while the Hawks find themselves in a four-way scrum jockeying for seeds 3 through 6, with the upper two hosting the lower two in the first round – stakes is high. The Celtics are one of the other three teams fighting with the Hawks, while Chef Curry and the Warriors are just staying loose and trying to break records. (8:00 & 10:30pm Friday, TNT)

Banshee: In the season four premiere, Lucas finds himself involved with a serial killer. (10pm Friday, Cinemax)

Saturday April 2

El Clasico: Real Madrid takes on Barcelona for the second La Liga El Clasico. This is the first time the two teams have met since Barcelona delivered a crushing 4-0 win over then-Rafael Benitez-led Madrid. (2:30pm Saturday, beIN Sports)

Sunday April 3

MLB Opening Day on ESPN - Cardinals at Pirates: The two winningest teams in baseball last season square off in the first game of this season as the 100-62 St. Louis Cardinals face the 98-64 Pittsburgh Pirates with their record reset to 0-0. Taking the hill for the Cards will be Adam Wainwright, who is back from an achilles injury that limited him to four starts last season, while Francisco Liriano makes his third consecutive Opening Day start for the Pirates. (1pm Sunday, ESPN)

iHeartRadio Awards: Taylor Swift, Justin Beiber, Demi Lovato and more of music’s biggest stars come together to connect with their fans and accept listener-determined awards. (8pm Sunday, TBS, TNT, truTV)

The Walking Dead: In the season six finale, Rick and the gang leave the safety of behind the walls to rescue one of their own. (9pm Sunday, AMC)

Vinyl: Richie asks Galasso for a loan when he’s down on his financial lucky while Lester gives Kip a lesson in the blues. (9pm Sunday, HBO)

Girls: Elijah and Dill are thriving while Marnie and Hannah’s relationships are still spinning out of control. (10pm Sunday, HBO)

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