Expect paint to be swapped and tempers to flare as Xfinity Series drivers do battle in the Drive to Stop Diabetes 300. A field including Ty Dillon, Chris Buescher, Chase Elliott and Ryan Reed will take to the .533-mile oval of Tennessee's Bristol Motor Speedway in a race won last year by Kyle Busch.
The NBA playoffs begin today with conference quarterfinal action as 16 teams vie in eight best-of-seven series, the winners of which advance to the conference semis. ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and TNT share coverage of the playoffs.
My Cat From Hell
Former "Real Housewives of Orange County" cast member Peggy Tanous is no stranger to cat fights, heaven knows, but the ones her cat Shadow gets into -- including swatting Peggy's husband in the eye -- are getting to be a bit much in the new episode "Real Housecat of Orange County." Elsewhere, Christine and Sandeep are being kept up at night by their otherwise perfect cat, Albert, and his constant, compulsive licking.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Sharon Osbourne gets a lot of time on CBS in her weekday role as one of the hosts of "The Talk," but she also makes her way into the network's primetime lineup as a guest star in "Dead Rails." She plays the overseer of a billiards competition -- one of the people questioned about the murder of a man who seemingly was killed more than once. Christopher Atkins, of "The Blue Lagoon" and "Dallas" fame, and Alexandra Holden also guest star in the tale.
The two-hour Season 1 finale, "True Colors," finds Cassie (Catherine Bell) worried that Ryan (Anthony Lemke) may be to blame for some devastating news she receives about her shop, the Bell, Book and Candle. Next door, Sam (James Denton) clashes with his ex-wife, Linda (Gabrielle Miller), who threatens to sue him for custody of Nick (Rhys Matthew Bond). Elsewhere, Grace (Bailee Madison) gets fresh insight into Nick after he opens up to her about his parents' current tensions.
Let's Be Cops
The title declaration usually isn't as simple as that, but it is for the buddies - played by Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson ("New Girl") - in this amusing comedy. They disguise themselves as police officers for a costume party but are mistaken for the real thing, leaving them pitted against the underworld and cops on the take. Co-stars include Nina Dobrev ("The Vampire Diaries"), Andy Garcia and Rob Riggle.
Cate (Alicia Ziegler), a landscape architect, is swept off her feet by Harrison (Mark Hapka), a colleague, while they are collaborating on a project. After they become engaged, however, Cate begins to fall ill and becomes paranoid upon learning that Harrison's high school sweetheart disappeared years earlier. Is her fiance a psycho? His overly possessive mother (Donna Mills) couldn't have anything to do with it, could she? Constance Wu ("Fresh off the Boat") co-stars in this 2013 thriller.
Paul Newman gives an Oscar-worthy performance in this 1961 drama -- although he lost the award to Maximilian Schell ("Judgment at Nuremberg"). He covers all the major emotions with his portrayal of Fast Eddie Felson, a pool hustler who loses to the great Minnesota Fats (Jackie Gleason) and teams up with an unscrupulous manager (George C. Scott) to raise the money for a rematch. But Eddie's own demons prove a tougher opponent than Fats ever was. Piper Laurie also stars. Incidentally, Newman finally did get an Oscar for playing Fast Eddie -- in 1986's "The Color of Money."
In the Season 3 premiere of the cult sci-fi thriller, which is anchored by a tour-de-force performance by Tatiana Maslany in multiple roles, Sarah is forced to use her wiles to deter a Topside investigator (guest star James Frain) who poses a threat to the sister clones, while also trying to gather information on the missing Helena. Cosima appears to be rallying from her illness, but Alison and Donnie (Kristian Bruun) face some financial reversals. Ari Millen also stars.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Murders of Marines whose sons are attending military academies prompt an investigation that turns personal for Sam (LL Cool J) in "Reign Fall." He recalls his relationship with his own dad while trying to help Callen (Chris O'Donnell) solve the immediate case at hand. Merle Dandridge, seen lately on "The Night Shift," guest stars. Linda Hunt, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen and Miguel Ferrer also star.
In a new episode called "The Devil's Mark," there's a lot at stake -- including the very real possibility that someone may be burned at one -- as Claire and Geillis (Caitriona Balfe, Lotte Verbeek) stand trial on charges of witchcraft. While Jamie (Sam Heughan) feverishly tries to rescue the women, Claire learns a secret about Geillis' past.
The 2015 TV Land Awards
From the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, Calif., Terry Crews ("Brooklyn Nine-Nine") hosts this year's ceremonies which will include a special tribute to the life and career of Joan Rivers. Betty White is another honoree, receiving the Legend Award for her career of 70 years (and still counting). The Fan Favorite Award goes to the recently wrapped "Parenthood," while "The Wonder Years" takes the Impact Award, recognizing shows that have made a significant impression on U.S. culture.