Tuesday, April 30: Howie Mandel Faces Off With Jimmy Fallon on NBC's 'Password' (2024)

Tuesday, April 30: Howie Mandel Faces Off With Jimmy Fallon on NBC's 'Password' (1)2022 NBCUniversal

ALSO SEE: NASCAR Schedule 2024: Cup Series, Xfinity Series & Camping World Truck Series

All Times Eastern. PBS programming varies regionally.

Tuesday, April 30

Password: “Howie Mandel & Jimmy Fallon”
NBC, 10pm

Howie Mandel and Jimmy Fallon pair up with contestants and face off over two games. Players from each team guess secret passwords using only one-word clues for a chance to win up to $25,000.

Deep in the Heart
FOX Nation

Matthew McConaughey narrates this hourlong film, streaming exclusively on FOX Nation, celebrating the landscape, wildlife and wonder that can only be found in McConaughey’s home state of Texas. The film follows wildlife, including the blind catfish and the ocelot, while spotlighting the unique habitats found across the state of Texas. Featuring state-of-the-art cinematography, the documentary journeys from the highest peaks in West Texas, through aquifers, rivers, and bays, and deep into the Gulf of Mexico. Deep in the Heart aims to showcase the connectivity of water and wildlife, and to recognize Texas’ conservation importance on a continental scale.

Out of the Past
TCM, 1:45pm
Catch a Classic!

In director Jacques Tourneur’s famous 1947 film noir, Robert Mitchum plays scuffling P.I. Jeff Bailey, who gets a sure-money job from shady high-roller Whit Sterling (Kirk Douglas): Track down and retrieve the mistress (Jane Greer) who skipped town with $40,000 of his money. Finding his target in Mexico, Bailey falls for her, but his plan to make them new lives leads to stunning betrayals.

Will Trent: “Have You Never Been to a Wedding?”
ABC, 8pm

Will (Ramón Rodríguez) accompanies Faith (Iantha Richardson) to a wedding, where a body and gunmen are found in the venue’s basem*nt.

Crime Nation
The CW, 8pm
Season Finale!

In the last episode of the season, four popular students are murdered in their off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho, launching a massive investigation to find the killer.

The Cleaning Lady: “Know Thy Enemy”
FOX, 8pm

Fiona (Martha Millan) grows tired of Thony’s (Élodie Yung) antics and seeks help in the new episode “Know Thy Enemy.”

Lopez vs. Lopez
NBC, beginning at 8pm
Season Finale!

The sitcom’s second season concludes with back-to-back half-hour episodes. First, in “Lopez vs. Confessions,” George (George Lopez) thinks Rosie’s (Selenis Leyva) fiancé (Jaime Camil) might be hiding an unholy secret, so he goes undercover to get him to confess and expose the truth. Meanwhile, with wedding bells in the air, Chance (Brice Gonzalez) puts pressure on Mayan (Mayan Lopez) and Quinten (Matt Shively) about the fact that they are not married. Then, in “Lopez vs. George,” secrets rain down on the Lopez clan when Mayan invites her therapist, Dr. Glenda Brenda (Tisha Campbell), to mediate some family drama at Rosie’s engagement party.

The Rookie: “Crushed”
ABC, 9pm

When two teenagers go missing, it is up to the entire team to find them.

Alert: Missing Persons Unit: “Alexi”
FOX, 9pm

In the new episode “Alexi,” the MPU is on the case when a young hockey player goes missing during a fight with an opponent on the ice.

The Good Doctor: “Faith”
ABC, 10pm

Shaun (Freddie Highmore) and Jordan’s (Bria Henderson) patient is in dire need of a kidney transplant.

Get the latest from ReMIND Magazine!

Wednesday, May 1

Star Wars: The Bad Batch
Disney+
Series Finale!

The animated Star Wars series concludes its third and final season with “The Cavalry Has Arrived.”

Down the Rabbit Hole
Netflix
Original Film!

In this satirical film from Mexico, 10-year-old Tochtli’s lavish life of being raised in opulence and culture contrasts with the darkness that seeps in from his cartel leader father’s criminal activities. Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Mercedes Hernández, Teresa Ruiz and Debi Mazar star.

Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar
Netflix
New Series!

Sanjay Leela Bhansali created and directed this historical romantic drama that follows the lives of tawaifs (courtesans) in the red-light district of Lahore’s Heera Mandi neighborhood, set against the backdrop of the Indian independence movement in the 1940s. In the middle of a power struggle in Heera Mandi, a young heir who is caught in the crossfire chooses love over succession and disrupts the status quo.

Jeopardy! Masters
ABC, 8pm
Season Premiere!

The six highest-ranked Jeopardy! contestants compete against each other in a new season of the trivia competition series.

Walker: “We’ve Been Here Before”
The CW, 8pm

Geri (Odette Annable) is presented with an interesting offer, and Liam (Keegan Allen) jumps in to help.

The Masked Singer: “Group B Finals: Soundtrack of My Life”
FOX, 8pm

The Group B finalists perform songs that hold a special place in their hearts, and two singers will be unmasked in the new episode “Group B Finals: Soundtrack of My Life.”

Dance Moms: The Reunion
Lifetime, 8pm

The two-hour special brings together fan favorites JoJo Siwa, Chloé Lukasiak, Brooke Hyland, Paige Hyland, Kendall Vertes and Kalani Hilliker as they reminisce about the good and the bad while on Dance Moms (2011-19), the drama-fueled reality series with studio owner Abby Lee Miller. The dancers, joined by their moms Jessalynn Siwa, Kelly Hyland, Jill Vertes, Kira Hilliker and a special appearance by Christi Lukasiak, will discuss some of the most controversial headlines since the show aired, catching fans up on what they are doing now, as well as providing some shocking revelations.

Chicago Med: “You Just Might Find You Get What You Need”
NBC, 8pm

After a woman’s shocking suicide attempt, Charles (Oliver Platt) searches for answers.

TCM Spotlight: First Name Basis
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Each Wednesday this month, Turner Classic Movies’ primetime/overnight lineup will consist of famous films with one-name titles, using the name of one of the primary characters. Tonight’s five movies in this theme are largely mysteries, beginning with Laura (1944), the classic film noir starring Gene Tierney as Laura Hunt, alongside Dana Andrews. Next is Rebecca (1940), Alfred Hitchco*ck’s Best Picture Oscar-winning adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s Gothic novel, led by Best Actress nominee Joan Fontaine and Best Actor nominee Laurence Olivier. The Rebecca of the title is never seen and has in fact been dead since before the film’s events, but she looms as a presence over everything in this psychological thriller. Hitchco*ck also directed the next film: Marnie (1964), another psychological thriller, starring Tippi Hedren as Margaret “Marnie” Edgar alongside Sean Connery. Following that is Agatha (1979), with Vanessa Redgrave portraying Agatha Christie in a look at the real-life mystery surrounding the famous mystery writer’s 11-day disappearance in 1926. Finally, Natalie Wood leads Arthur Hiller’s crime caper as Penelope Elcott, who robs her banker husband’s bank, in Penelope (1966).

My 600-Lb. Life: Where Are They Now?
TLC, 8pm
Season Premiere!

Catch up with some of Dr. Younan Nowzaradan’s — aka “Dr. Now” — patients from past seasons of My 600-Lb. Life with an all-new season.

Abbott Elementary: “Double Date”
ABC, 9pm

Two teachers head out on a double date, but they run into familiar bar patrons.

Sight Unseen: “Matt”
The CW, 9pm

One of Matt’s (Jarod Joseph) colleagues is found dead in the pool where Tess (Dolly Lewis) swims; Mia (Alice Christina-Corrigan) offers unexpected skills.

Supermarket Stakeout
Food Network, 9pm
Season Premiere!

Host Alex Guarnaschelli is back for a new 14-episode season, as chefs square off in three themed cooking rounds outside a real-life supermarket in a parking lot pop-up kitchen that has everything but a pantry. To secure ingredients, competitors must be strategic and persuasive with a $500 budget to negotiate items out of exiting customers’ carts. Each week, a rotating panel of judges determines which chef made the most successful dishes, and awards them enough cash for a year’s worth of groceries.

Animal Control: “Bulls and Potbellies”
FOX, 9pm

In the new episode “Bulls and Potbellies,” Frank and Emily (Joel McHale and Vella Lovell) get a new lead in their investigation into an exotic animal smuggling ring.

Chicago Fire: “The Wrong Guy”
NBC, 9pm

Severide (Taylor Kinney) steps in as ranking officer at 51; Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) fights to save her Girls on Fire program; and Cruz’s (Joe Minoso) family is threatened when someone from Javi’s (Carlos S. Sanchez) past resurfaces.

A Brief History of the Future: “Together”
PBS, 9pm

Throughout history, humans’ unique capacity for cooperation has set us apart. Ari Wallach explores the internal challenges we enact that have the potential to impact those around us, our broader communities and societies.

Dance Moms: Epic Showdowns
Lifetime, 10pm
New Series!

The 10-episode, half-hour series is hosted by the most famous Dance Mom — Christi Lukasiak — as she revisits themost explosive dance battles and jaw-dropping meltdowns from the series’ eight-season run.

Chicago P.D.: “Buried Pieces”
NBC, 10pm

Upton (Tracy Spiridakos) takes on an old missing-persons case after a child shows up to the district seeking help.

Chucky
Syfy, 10pm
Season Finale!

Season 3 of the horror comedy based on the feature films concludes tonight with “Final Destination.”

Thursday, May 2

Beautiful Rebel
Netflix
Original Film!

Letizia Toni portrays Italian singer-songwriter Gianna Nannini in this movie based on the life of the artist. The film journeys into the life and creative mind of this unique and revolutionary artist, who has made music and freedom her manifesto.

A Man in Full
Netflix
New Series!

Jeff Daniels leads this limited series based on Tom Wolfe’s novel as Atlanta real estate mogul Charlie Croker, who faces sudden bankruptcy. As he defends his empire from those attempting to capitalize on his fall from grace, political and business interests collide. Diane Lane, Lucy Liu and Aml Ameen also star. David E. Kelley serves as showrunner, writer and executive producer; Regina King is also an executive producer and directed three episodes.

T * P Bon
Netflix
New Series!

In this Japanese anime series, an ordinary high school student named Bon becomes part of a team of time-traveling agents tasked with saving people’s lives during historical events that happen across different eras and locations around the globe.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz
Peaco*ck
New Series!

Based on a novel by Heather Morris, this new limited historical drama series tells the real-life story of Lale Sokolov (Harvey Keitel), a Jewish prisoner at Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp who was tasked with tattooing numbers on fellow prisoners’ arms during World War II. Also starring Melanie Lynskey and Anna Próchniak.

The Idea of You
Prime Video
Original Film!

This romantic comedy based on a novel by Robinne Lee follows the love story between a 40-year-old single mother (Anne Hathaway) and the 24-year-old lead singer (Nicholas Galitzine) of a famous boy band.

Noir to Die For!
MOVIES!, beginning at 6am
Catch a Classic!

Enjoy nearly a full day of classic films noir and crime dramas: The Unsuspected (1947), starring Claude Rains and Joan Caulfield; They Won’t Believe Me (1947), with Robert Young, Susan Hayward and Jane Greer; Detour (1945), led by Tom Neal and Ann Savage; Out of the Past (1947), featuring Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas and Greer; Human Desire (1954), starring Glenn Ford and Gloria Grahame; Mildred Pierce (1945), headlined by Best Actress Oscar winner Joan Crawford, with Zachary Scott and Best Supporting Actress nominees Ann Blyth and Eve Arden; Crime Wave (1953), featuring Sterling Hayden, Gene Nelson, Phyllis Kirk and Charles Bronson (billed as Charles Buchinsky); Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison (1951), which stars Steve Cochran and David Brian, and gave Johnny Cash inspiration for his classic song “Folsom Prison Blues”; Thieves’ Highway (1949), with Richard Conte, Valentina Cortese and Lee J. Cobb; Born Reckless (1937), starring Rochelle Hudson and Brian Donlevy; and The Window (1949), led by Barbara Hale, Arthur Kennedy and Bobby Driscoll, who received an Academy Juvenile Award (he was about 12 when he made the film).

Selena + Restaurant
Food Network, 7pm
New Series!

Over six episodes, Selena Gomez takes the next step in her culinary adventure as she heads out of her home kitchen and into the professional kitchens of some of Los Angeles’ hottest restaurants. Gomez will be accompanied by her best friend, Raquelle Stevens, as her cooking skills are put to the test by the best in the business, with the ultimate goal being to create a dish good enough to make each restaurant’s menu.

9-1-1: “There Goes the Groom”
ABC, 8pm

Maddie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Chimney’s (Kenneth Choi) long-awaited wedding day arrives.

Next Level Chef: “Taste of Success”
FOX, 8pm

The final four chefs face a tangy twist as they’re tasked with showcasing one of the classic taste elements in the new episode “Taste of Success.”

Our Mother’s Secret Affair
LMN, 8pm

In this U.S. television premiere, a midnight break-in occurs at the home of Diana Parker and her daughter Francine, and they soon discover that the intruder is Diana’s biological daughter Kasey, who was given up for adoption years ago. As shattering secrets are laid bare and shocking truths come to light, an unknown aggressor inside Diana’s circle of trust decides she is a threat to their happiness and now will do anything to stop this family reunion … including murder.

Law & Order: “Castle in the Sky”
NBC, 8pm

When a real estate developer is found dead in one of his buildings, Shaw (Mehcad Brooks) and Riley (Reid Scott) sift through a long list of suspects. Meanwhile, concerned for the welfare of a defendant’s young daughter, Dixon (Camryn Manheim) and her son plead with Price (Hugh Dancy) and Maroun (Odelya Halevi) for help.

Ghosts
CBS, 8:30pm
Season Finale!

The third season of the popular series comes to a close tonight with “Isaac’s Wedding.” CBS renewed the series for Season 4.

Grey’s Anatomy: “The Marathon Continues”
ABC, 9pm

Catherine (Debbie Allen) pushes back on Link (Thomas Barbusca) and Monica’s (Natalie Morales) treatment plan for a VIP.

Farmer Wants a Wife: “Family City Visits Part 2”
FOX, 9pm

Tensions rise as the farmers visit the remaining four ladies’ hometowns in the new episode “Family City Visits Part 2.”

Elkhorn: “The Stranglers”
INSP, 9pm

After some of Theodore Roosevelt’s (Mason Beals) new horses are stolen, he joins a posse of vigilantes to hunt down the thieves. When they capture a lone outcast who swears his innocence, Roosevelt learns firsthand that frontier justice isn’t always just.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: “Prima Nocta”
NBC, 9pm

A runaway bride calls the SVU for help on the day of her wedding. Meanwhile, Rollins (Kelli Giddish) pitches in on her day off.

Station 19: “With So Little to Be Sure Of”
ABC, 10pm

With both Vic’s (Barrett Doss) job and Crisis One in jeopardy, a flashback shows how the program has changed the lives of the team and the local community.

Welcome to Wrexham
FX, 10pm
Season Premiere!

The documentary series following the Wrexham AFC soccer team owned by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney returns for Season 3. For the first time ever, cameras will have unprecedented access on the pitch and inside the locker room while the action is unfolding in some of the biggest matches Wrexham has ever played.

Law & Order: Organized Crime: “Redcoat”
NBC, 10pm

Stabler (Christopher Meloni) struggles to keep his rank as part of the farm’s inner circle when his biggest ally is questioned. Plus, the team discovers the identity of its top target but is too late to stop the arrival of his newest shipment.

True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here: “New Albany, Mississippi”
SundanceTV, 10pm; also streams on AMC+ & Sundance Now

When a beloved member of a tightknit community is killed, the town cries out for immediate justice. After a young man is sentenced to death for the crime, an out-of-town lawyer argues that they convicted an innocent person.

Friday, May 3

Selling the OC
Netflix
Season Premiere!

The sun is rising on Season 3 of this reality docuseries, but the shade has never been stronger among the real estate agents at The Oppenheim Group. The eight episodes feature jaw-dropping listings and revelations, as bosses Jason and Brett Oppenheim try to keep their agents in check while cashing in plenty on their own.

Unfrosted
Netflix
Original Film!

Jerry Seinfeld directed, cowrote, coproduced and costars in this comedic look at the cutthroat and breakneck race between sworn breakfast cereal rivals Kellogg’s and Post to invent a pastry that will change breakfast forever back in 1963. The large cast includes other comedians and actors, including Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Bill Burr, Hugh Grant, James Marsden, Christian Slater, Daniel Levy, Jack McBrayer, Bobby Moynihan, Thomas Lennon, Max Greenfield, Cedric Yarbrough, Sarah Cooper and Fred Armisen.

Clarkson’s Farm
Prime Video
Season Premiere!

The British docuseries following Jeremy Clarkson’s attempts at running a farm without any previous experience returns for Season 3 with more challenges: tremendously hot weather, inflation driving up prices of supplies and the farm shop facing closure.

M*A*S*H
MOVIES!, 5:25pm
Catch a Classic!

One of the finest (and funniest) anti-war comedies ever made, this Best Picture Oscar-nominated 1970 production helmed by Best Director nominee Robert Altman is largely a different experience from the beloved, and probably more familiar to most, TV series it spun off beginning in 1972, but is certainly a classic in its own right. Ring Lardner Jr. won an Oscar for his adaptation of Richard Hooker’s novel, and besides Altman’s deft direction, the film is elevated by a terrific ensemble cast led by Donald Sutherland as Hawkeye Pierce, Elliott Gould as Trapper John McIntyre, Tom Skerritt as Duke, Best Supporting Actress nominee Sally Kellerman as Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan, Robert Duvall as Frank Burns, Roger Bowen as Henry Blake and Gary Burghoff as Radar O’Reilly (the only cast member to carry over to the series).

Fire Country: “It’s Not Over”
CBS, 9pm

In the new episode “It’s Not Over,” Station 42 and Three Rock host a firefighters’ ball in an effort to impress the governor.

The UnXplained: Mysteries of the Universe
History, 9pm
New Series!

This spinoff of the paranormal investigation series The UnXplained looks into space mysteries, kicking off with tonight’s episode, “Are We Alone?”

Cesar Millan: Better Human Better Dog: “Fortress of Fear, Part 1”
Nat Geo, 9pm

Super mutts Ricky and Bronnie are brothers from the same litter. Even though they grew up loving one another, their play turned violent after an out-of-control fight left pet mom Amie severely injured. Now, the dogs are separated by dividers within the home, but the entire pack is united in fear of another bloody fight.

Zillow Gone Wild
HGTV, 10:30pm
New Series!

Host Jack McBrayer, the actor and comedian best known for his role on 30 Rock, will invite viewers to join him on tours of exceptionally weird, wacky and wild properties that sellers put on the market every day. The series is inspired by the popular social media account, which touts outrageous, one-of-a-kind homes. “Everyone loves to scroll endlessly, looking at all the pretty houses for sale online,” said McBrayer. “But I’m on a mission to find out the story behind America’s strangest and most extraordinary homes. I want to meet the owners and, most importantly, see for myself what’s inside.”

Saturday, May 4

Star Wars: Tales of the Empire
Disney+
New Series!

Happy Star Wars Day (and May the Fourth be with you)! To celebrate, Disney+ premieres all six episodes of this latest animated series in the franchise. A follow-up to Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, it takes a journey into the fearsome Galactic Empire through the eyes of two warriors on divergent paths, set during different eras. After losing everything, young Morgan Elsbeth (voice of Diana Lee Inosanto) navigates the expanding Imperial world toward a path of vengeance, while former Jedi Barriss Offee (Meredith Salenger) does what she must to survive a rapidly changing galaxy. The choices each makes will define their destinies.

Horse Racing: 150th Kentucky Derby
NBC, 2:30pm Live

Churchill Downs in Louisville is the scene for all the pageantry and tradition as horse racing’s Triple Crown series begins with the milestone 150th Run for the Roses. Top contenders who could be in the starting gate include Sierra Leone, Fierceness, Stronghold, Resilience, Catching Freedom and Forever Young.

Predator v Prey
BBC America, 8pm
Season Finale!

The Season 1 finale, “Crocodile,” looks at how crocodiles hunt wildebeest and zebra, with new perspectives on how these predators use ambush strategies and the element of surprise.

A Lifelong Love
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Original Film!

While trying to reunite her grandfather with his lost love, Annika (Andrea Brooks) teams up with a college sweetheart (Patch May) to create a book about the experience, documenting different love stories along the way.

A Deadly Threat to My Family
Lifetime, 8pm

In tonight’s movie premiere, Ryan (Mark Ricketson) helps his sister Serena (Gina Vitori) after she escapes from a dangerous cult. Ryan’s wife, Marielle (Jessica Morris), is suspicious of Serena and doesn’t believe she’s truly reformed, and her concerns grow as she sees Serena bond with her teenage daughter. When another cult member shows up on Marielle’s doorstep, she fears her daughter is their next target.

The Svengoolie Classic Horror & Sci-Fi Movie: “The Land That Time Forgot”
MeTV, 8pm

Sven introduces The Land That Time Forgot, a 1974 sci-fi adventure in which people aboard a World War I German U-boat find themselves arriving at an uncharted subcontinent where prehistoric creatures and humans still exist. Doug McClure leads the cast.

Two for One: Spike Lee
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Tonight, TCM primetime host Ben Mankiewicz is joined by filmmaker Spike Lee, who introduces two films of his choosing. Lee will offer commentary on each title’s cultural significance and its influence on other films, behind-the-scenes stories, and his own personal reflections on them. The director has chosen Elia Kazan’s satirical drama A Face in the Crowd (1957), led by Andy Griffith in his film debut and Patricia Neal, and Billy Wilder’s drama Ace in the Hole (1951), starring Kirk Douglas and Jan Sterling.

Katt Williams: Woke Foke
Netflix, 10pm Live

Comedian Katt Williams’ latest comedy special will stream live from Los Angeles’ YouTube Theater as part of this year’s Netflix Is a Joke festival.

Austin City Limits: “Duran Duran”
PBS, 11pm

British pop group Duran Duran perform songs from their 2021 album Future Past, as well as their greatest hits.

Saturday Night Live: “Dua Lipa”
NBC, 11:30pm Live; also livestreams on Peaco*ck

Grammy-winning singer and actress Dua Lipa does double-duty tonight as host (her first time) and musical guest (her third appearance in this capacity).

Tuesday, April 30: Howie Mandel Faces Off With Jimmy Fallon on NBC's 'Password' (2024)
Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Geoffrey Lueilwitz

Last Updated:

Views: 6096

Rating: 5 / 5 (80 voted)

Reviews: 87% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Geoffrey Lueilwitz

Birthday: 1997-03-23

Address: 74183 Thomas Course, Port Micheal, OK 55446-1529

Phone: +13408645881558

Job: Global Representative

Hobby: Sailing, Vehicle restoration, Rowing, Ghost hunting, Scrapbooking, Rugby, Board sports

Introduction: My name is Geoffrey Lueilwitz, I am a zealous, encouraging, sparkling, enchanting, graceful, faithful, nice person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.