How are we this fine day? Welcome to this week’s Watch List, as we leave awards season behind and head into upfronts and a possible writers’ strike (although at this time we’re told things went well in the Mar. 13-17 negotiations). In it you will find news, recommendations, and perhaps a little wisdom but probably not.

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Sunday, March 19: Early in the morning, the back half of The Good Fight’s” great first season begins on CBS All Access. Then at 9 p.m. ET/PT, It’s “Big Little Lies” on HBO, “Homeland” and “Billions” on Showtime, and “The Walking Dead” on AMC, followed by the second season premiere of “Into the Badlands” — just remember, “Walking Dead” runs long usually, so factor that in. On ABC at 8, “Once Upon a Time” is followed by “Time After Time” and “American Crime,” and as far as recommended comedies there’s “Bob’s Burgers” at 7:30 And “Last Man on Earth” at 9:30 on FOX, and new “Girls” and “Crashing” starting at 10 on HBO, opposite “Feud: Bette & Joan” on FX.

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Monday, March 20: “Dancing with the Stars” has its two-hour premiere on ABC starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT, The CW has fresh episodes of “Supergirl” and “Jane the Virgin,” and the eighth hour of “24: Legacy” is on FOX. “Quantico” returns to ABC at 10, opposite a great new “Bates Motel” on A&E, we’re talking top-five-ever — and the two-hour finale of Screener fave “Humans” on AMC.

Tuesday, March 21: Early in the morning Hulu brings us “Mindy Project” and a new Dave Chappelle special drops on Netflix. Then at 8, enjoy the special “Supergirl” crossover episode on “The Flash,” followed by a new “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” or catch up with “The Fosters” on Freeform before it goes on a three-month hiatus after Apr. 11.

Outsiders” is on WGN America at 9, and the third episode of “The Americans” arrives on FX at 10. Speaking of hilarious comedies, “New Girl” and a new “Mick” start at 8 on FOX, and at 9 on NBC catch the second double-episode of “Trial & Error,” for which we’re still holding out a bit of hope.

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lenny legion dancing gif Watch List for the week of Mar. 19Wednesday, March 22: At 8 there’s a “Blindspot” on NBC and “Survivor” on CBS, and on the CW it’s the eerie parallel of that sequence, “Arrow” and “The 100.”

On FOX, the series premiere of “Shots Fired” and spring premiere of “Empire” start at 8. “Shots Fired” is great, by the way — Sanaa Lathan is amazing, of course, but it also teams her back up with the director of “Love & Basketball,” who created the event series.

At 9, we recommend “The Magicians” and “The Expanse” on Syfy — and of course the penultimate “Legion” on FX — before “Hap & Leonard” (Sundance) at 10. There’s also a new “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” at 10:20 on TBS.

Thursday, March 23: #TGIT starts at 8 on ABC, with new episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal” and “The Catch.” At 9, there’s a new episode of “Blacklist: Redemption” on NBC after the 8 o’clock “Superstore/Powerless” comedy block, and at 10 the second season finale of “Baskets” on FX and a new “Review with Forrest MacNeil” on Comedy Central.

Friday, March 24: A big morning for streaming releases! “Grace & Frankie” and the compulsively watchable “Ingobernable” drop on Netflix, as well as the Netflix Original “The Most Hated Woman in America,” about Madalyn Murray O’Hair’s 1963 Supreme Court case to defend the religious freedoms of public school students. That night at 8, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” premieres on VH1, its new home, while the CW has episodes of “The Originals and “Reign.”

tom mison nicole beharie ichabod abbie fistbump sleepy hollow Watch List for the week of Mar. 19At 9, FOX airs another “Sleepy Hollow” — and from what we hear, the show could be looking at a creative bounce-back, so pay attention if you miss the old-school wonderment of watching sweet “Sleepy Hollow,” back in the days when it seemed like definitive proof that a Peak TV-era show could be about like, literally anything and still get made, if it was delightful enough.

Saturday, March 25: There’s no new “Saturday Night Live” until Louie C.K. visits on April 8th, but at 9 p.m. BBC America presents the finale of “Planet Earth II,” and the documentary “American Jihad” finally comes to Showtime. At 11, a new “Samurai Jack” on Adult Swim, and very late that night we get the seventh “Good Fight” of only ten in this first outing — better make ’em count!

Posted by:Jacob Clifton

Austin writer & critic, formerly editorial at Tribune Media & Gawker; Television Without Pity, BuzzFeed, Austin Chronicle, and more.