What to Watch: On A&E, Chloe Sevigny finds ‘Those Who Kill’
03/03/2014 6:00 AM
02/26/2014 4:04 PM
Those Who Kill (10pm, A&E) - Based on a Danish crime drama (and inspired by the work of author Elsbeth Egholm), this new series tells the story of a homicide detective ( Chloe Sevigny) who tracks down serial killers. Of course, she has a troubled past – her brother disappeared and she suspects her stepfather is a serial killer – so she’s emotionally connected to the victims she investigates. Helping out is a forensic psychologist, played by James D’Arcy, who provides insight into her cases and into her investigation of her stepfather.
Also on tonight . . .
Going Wild (8pm, Nat Geo Wild) - All three installments of this three-part series, in which people are encouraged to test their limits, air tonight. In the first, a troubled married couple hope to reconnect over a trek through Oregon’s Owyhee Canyon; in the second, a man attempts to overcome the loss of his sister and a battle with alcohol during a hike over Mount St. Helens; and at 10, a woman discovers her inner fortitude on a grueling three-day expedition through the desert of Moab, Utah.
Bates Motel (9pm, A&E) - In the Season 2 premiere, Norman struggles to cope with Miss Watson’s death, while Bradley goes to extreme measures while searching for her father’s killer.
Mike & Molly (9pm, CBS) - A suddenly supremely confident Molly doles out advice to friends and family, including Samuel, who contemplates doing stand-up comedy.
Fashion Police (9:30pm, E!) - A special extended episode of “Fashion Police” looks at the highs and lows of Oscar night.
Beat Bobby Flay (10pm, Food) - In the opener of this new series, chefs Jennifer Nguyen and Anthony Lamas arrive in New York City for the chance to match their skills against Bobby Flay, who gets to choose the ingredient they must use in their initial cook-off.
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