Cougar Town, Z Cafe,
Saturday and Sunday, 2 pm
About the recently-divorced Jules Cobb, a woman in her 40s, the sitcom (which premiered in 2009) follows how she handles the challenges of single-handedly raising her teenage children, dating and ageing. In season two, Cobb learns that her boyfriend, Grayson Ellis, had previously been involved with her best friend, Laurie Keller.
NCIS, AXN India, Monday to Thursday, 10 pm
One of the most watched TV series in the world, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) is about secret agents working to solve crimes in the US Navy. In the latest episode of season 11, the Lieutenant General of the Navy goes missing and the agents, headed by Leroy Gibbs, must go on Twitter to track down clues that can lead them to theA� kidnappers.
Pakistan vs Bangladesh,
Star Sports, April 17, 2 pm
After dismal performances by both Pakistan and Bangladesh in the World Cup, the teams are set to face off in a tough ODI series, starting today in Bangladesh. With a completely new Pakistani squad, captained by Azhar Ali, the teams are equally matched and stand an equal chance to win the three-match ODI series.
Sunny Sides Up,
Food Food, Monday, 8 pm
Want to cook the best English brunch for your family? Chef and blogger Shilarna Vaze teaches you everything from egg Benedicts to the unusual chocolate and zucchini twist muffins and Dulce De Leche pancakes. She also invites celebrity chefs and bloggers, like Esha Deol and Anushka Manchanda, to share their recipes and tips.
Get Out, TLC India,
Monday to Friday, 11 pm
This show is all about hosts giving you a virtual visit to the most exotic locations across the globea��from the Bahamas to the Maldives. In the latest episode, a group of girls visit Costa Rica and test their nerves by taking a plunge from the highest bungee bridge there. They also rappel across a 160-metre waterfall.
Barclays Premier League,
Star Sports, Tomorrow, 10 pm
Six months after they played out a thrilling draw, Chelsea and Manchester United face-off in the return leg at Stamford Bridge. Things look much better for Jose Mourinho, as his team already has a hand on the Premiere League trophy. However, if Manchester United win, the finish will turn into a three-horse race, with in-form Arsenal as the other contender.