This Week on Sling TV

Mar 07, 2016 by Sling Staff

All times Eastern.

Monday March 7

Better Call Saul: Jimmy’s actions take a toll on Kim. Meanwhile, Mike considers a dangerous but profitable proposal. (10pm Monday, AMC)

Bates Motel: Norma and Norman Bates return in TV’s most disturbing mother-son relationship since Carol and Greg Brady. (9pm Monday, A&E)

Damien: Critics aren’t exactly worshipping him yet, but Damien’s rise is worth taking notice. (10pm Monday, A&E)

NCAA on ESPN - MAAC Tournament Final: The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference – Monmouth, Iona, Siena, Fairfield, St. Peter’s, Manhattan, Canisius, Rider, Quinnipiac, Niagara and Marist – finish their tournament with the winner getting a shiny new trophy and an automatic bid for March Madness. (7pm Monday, ESPN)

Tuesday March 8

NCAA on ESPN - WCC Tournament Final: The West Coast Conference – home of Gonzaga, Mount St Mary’s, BYU, Pepperdine, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Loyola Marymount, Portland, Pacific and San Diego – crown their champion and send the winner on to the big fance. The ‘Zags were ranked #9 in the preseason poll, but can they claw their way back into contention? (9pm Tuesday, ESPN)

Wednesday March 9

8th Democratic Primary Debate: After their feisty debate in Detroit, Bernie and Hillary take the stage, again, to discuss more hot-button issues. (9pm Wednesday, CNN & Univision)

NBA on ESPN - Clippers at Thunder: Is it payback time? OKC lost a heartbreaker to the Clippers on March 2, coughing up a 22-point lead to lose 103-98. It was only the third time this season that a team entered the fourth quarter with a lead of 17 or more and lost. For a while, the Thunder looked like they might be the third-best team in the league, but now they’re in danger of falling behind the Clippers into fourth place in the Western Conference. (9:30pm Wednesday, ESPN)

Thursday March 10

12th Republican Primary Debate: Four fractious friends talk about yoga and d*ck sizes. No, it’s not Sex and the City; it’s another Republican debate. (9pm Thursday, CNN)

Vikings: Ragnar makes a new friend while Rollo still fights for his new wife’s love before she pushes for a divorce. Meanwhile, Bjorn encounters a new danger during his fight for survival. (10pm Thursday, HISTORY)

NBA on ESPN - Bulls at Spurs: The Chicago Bulls are hovering around .500 and the fringes of the Eastern Conference playoff picture, despite the loss of star Jimmy Butler, who should be back in time to face the mighty Spurs – currently the second-best team in the league. San Antonio is on pace to win 70 games and set the single-season mark for best point differential, yet the Warriors have made them an afterthought. (8pm Thursday, TNT)

Friday March 11

Stuck in the Middle: If you missed the preview of Stuck in the Middle back in February, you can catch up with Sling on-demand before an all-new episode about the hilarious Diaz family airs. (9pm Friday, Disney Channel)

NCAA on ESPN - ACC Semis: The Atlantic Coast Conference, the second-best conference in the land, home to five nationally ranked teams – Virginia, Miami, North Carolina, Louisville and Duke – looks to crown this year’s king. (7pm & 9:30pm, ESPN)

Saturday March 12

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill: Audra McDonald sings becomes Billie Holiday. (9pm Saturday, HBO)

NCAA on ESPN - Big 12 and ACC Finals: The top two conferences in the country, featuring 11 of the top 25 teams, both finish up their tournaments in one glorious night of college basketball spanning four and a half hours and requiring not a single change of the channel. (6pm & 9pm, ESPN)

Sunday March 13

The Walking Dead: After slaughtering most – but clearly not all – of the Saviors, Rick and his crew will have to negotiate with the survivors in order to free Maggie and Carol. (9pm Sunday, AMC)

Vinyl: Hannibal hones in on Devon, which is bound to rile up Richie. (9pm Sunday, HBO)

Girls: Jessa finds it a lot tougher than she thought to balance her loyalty to Hannah and her desire to be with Adam. Meanwhile, Elijah’s new romance heats up while Fran and Hannah inappropriately deal with their uncomfortable tension. (10pm Sunday, HBO)

NCAA on ESPN - SEC FInals: Even in a relatively down year, the Southeast Conference is not to be trifled with, playing host to nationally ranked Kentucky and Texas A&M, as well as LSU’s Ben Simmons – a surefire lottery pick this June, who’s in the top three in the conference in points, rebounds, assist and steals. (1pm, ESPN)

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