What Else is On? March 12-18, 2014

Billy on the Street (Photo: Fuse)
Billy on the Street (Photo: Fuse)

New TV is a little light this week, but we have the return of Billy on the Street and DWTS, a new Lifetime movie, and the debut of two series. Here’s What Else is On.

Wednesday, March 12

It’s high time to get quizzed in the face: Billy on the Street is back! Billy Eichner (who plays the, uh, volatile Craig in the Parks and Recreation office) is back in New York, accosting passersby with pop culture trivia. The show airs on Fuse at 11pm. Bonus: Wayne’s World follows at midnight, which y’all should see at least once.

Thursday, March 13

A&E continues its Boston reality development with the new series Breaking Boston. This show follows four blue-collar women as they work hard for the money. Catch the debut at 10pm.

Saturday, March 15

This week’s Lifetime movie premiere: The Grim Sleeper. A serial killer goes after his victims while they sleep. But if the police withhold information from the community, how will the killer get caught? The movie starts at 8pm.

Sunday, March 16

Gillian Anderson returns to US TV on the new NBC series Crisis. A group of kids, including the son of the POTUS, are abducted during a field trip. Dermot Mulroney also stars. The first episode airs at 10pm.

Monday, March 17

Dancing with the Stars returns for its 18th season and a revamped…everything. Brooke has been replaced by Erin Andrews, there’s a new band in the ballroom, plus a dozen new celebrities dancing for your love. Tom Bergeron and the once-a-week format are still around, and we’ll have haikus recapping the action. The show starts at 8pm on ABC.

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Mike has been writing about TV online since 2008, when he started the blog WTF Little House on the Prairie? The blog was a project to practice writing about television analytically prior to getting an MA in Television-Radio-Film from Syracuse University, or as he likes to call it "TV Camp." After a lengthy stint at TVLatest, Mike wanted to launch a site that brought in classic TV, diamonds in the rough, and the shows everybody watches. E-mail: mike@whatelseison.tv
  • Aaron Mucciolo

    Is it possible whoever cast ‘Crisis’ got confused and thought they were completely ripping off ‘Hostages’ because they can’t distinguish between Dermot Mulroney and Dylan McDermott? The similarities are intriguing…