Editor’s comment: Deadline watchlist is a feature that highlights the special, events and unmissable episodes of each week’s running small-screen series.
1. Tiger’s back: Tiger Woods will probably return to competitive golf on the biggest stage of the game: The Masters. Golf’s biggest draw is that after a 14-month hiatus from a horrific car accident, he said his right leg would be “50-50” if it were to be amputated. Now, Woods has indicated that he wants to return to the PGA’s marquee event, and he says his biggest challenge will be walking, not golf. In it, he said earlier this week, “72 holes is a long road, and it’s going to be a tough challenge.” Speaking about winning his sixth Masters this weekend, which would tie him to all-time leader Jack Nicholas, Woods said, “I don’t attend any event unless I think I can win it.” – Tom Tap
The Masters airs on ESPN on April 7 and 8, starting at 3 PM ET, then on April 9 and 10 on CBS, starting at 3 PM ET on April 9 and 2 PM ET, respectively.
2. The Walking Dead 11B Final: Towards the end of this year or the beginning of 20233, as the series draws to a close, the Zombie Apocalypse series based on Robert Kirkman’s comics has finished its 11th and second season finale this weekend. Drawn from the Commonwealth story in the depths of the now-finished comics run, Angela Kang Shoroun is the second set of eight episodes of the 24-episode final cycle of the AMC series, TWD itself and a pivot point for at least two spinoffs. To that end, Maggie Ree (Lauren Cohen), Daryl Dixon (Norman Ridas), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and other survivors face some of the toughest truths in a world trying to hold on to the “Acts of God” 11B semi-finals. . In the long run, of course, this is a TWD mid-season, so be prepared to say goodbye to someone. – – Dominic Patten
April 10, AMC, 9 PM ET
3. CMT Music Award: CBS will continue the music party with the CMT Music Awards on April 11, 2022, when the winners without the country music version of the People’s Choice Awards rejoice. Carrie Underwood will be performing a new performance from Las Vegas where she lives, with Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Maren Morris and Ryan Hard, Jesse James Decker and Keith Urban, among others. The three-hour show will feature Casey Musgraves’ first television performance by The Judges in 20 years. Hosted by Kelsey Ballerini and Anthony Mackie. – Lynette Rice
April 11, ABC, 8 PM ET
4. Billions Season 6 Completion: Political instability and fall from power, the struggle of the billionaire class and the morality of modern American capitalism, the failed Olympic bid succession struggle and the potential potash bid. That is to say, the sixth season of Showtime Billions It was not dialed with the departure of star Damien Lewis at the end of season 5. In fact, as Brian Koppelman, David Levien and Andrew Ross Sorkin lean into the finals of their “Cold Storage” season this weekend, you could say the series, led by Paul Giamatti, Corey Stall and Maggie Siff, has already begun to take Season 7 to the big things. Has done. – Dominic Patten
April 10, Showtime, 9 PM ET
5. Obama Parklife: A world tour of national parks from California to Kenya to Chile gained much more profile when it was announced last month that former President Barack Obama would narrate a five-episode series. Our great national park. Co-produced by Obama’s High Ground Productions, the project aims to be educational and inspiring, suing for public land conservation. Obama will also give a sit-down interview with Al Rocker for NBC News’ Today, April 13, parts of his previous night on NBC Nightly News.– Ted Johnson
April 13, Netflix