While we know this probably isn’t the Easter you’d imagined this year, we do hope that it was a good day for you.
To make it even better, we’ve’ picked out a handful of must watch television shows and a long list of movies that can make Easter even better for you.
There’s a few Easter themed programs, plus fantasy movies and also the TV shows that you’ll love to see as well.
If you don’t have cable, that’s okay. There are tons of things to watch on Netflix, Hulu and other streaming services. You can even peep what is coming to Netflix in April, too!
Click inside to see the best TV programs and movies to watch tonight…
Call The Midwife – 8/7c on PBS
Lucille is seconded to St. Cuthbert’s and delivers a baby in an elevator. Nurse Crane goes to a school to give vaccines to new students. Violet, Trixie, Sister Frances, and Valerie put on a charity fashion show for the community.
American Idol – 8/7c on ABC
American Idol delves deeper into the lives of the Top 21 contestants before America gears up to vote for the Top 20 finalists.
The Aquarium – 8/7c on Animal Planet
God Friended Me – 8/7c on CBS
Miles, Cara and Rakesh try to stay a step ahead of a bounty hunter, Bonnie, who’s searching for Miles’ new friend suggestion, a petty criminal-turned-fugitive for evading court.
Outlander – 8/7c on Starz
Claire and Jamie’s colonial life in America is under threat, as they’re pinned between their ties to the Crown and a rising undercurrent of unrest. Brianna and Roger, meanwhile, struggle to overcome the harm Stephen inflicted on their lives.
Killing Eve – 9/8c on BBC America
Eve is attempting to rebuild her life, having been shot by Villanelle. Villanelle is also moving on, until she is approached by an old foe. Carolyn is being undermined at work and Kenny can’t leave his own investigation into The Twelve alone.
NCIS: Los Angeles – 9/8c on CBS
NCIS assists the DOJ in the investigation of an arsonist who targets an FBI safe house that’s protecting a political activist seeking asylum. Also, Eric deals with the aftermath of Nell leaving the team.
Insecure – 10/9c on HBO
Season 4 premiere. With Condola’s guidance, Issa prepares for a mixer in her courtyard to pitch the block party to potential sponsors, but tensions rise when they discover a mutual connection. Meanwhile, Molly begins to develop unexpected feelings for Andrew.
NCIS: New Orleans – 10/9 on CBS
Sebastian is injured while unsuccessfully trying to prevent a kidnapping. Now, NCIS races to find the missing woman and her abductors. Also, the team gets a peek into Agent Carter’s personal life.
The Rookie – 10/9c on ABC
Officer Nolan finds his first informant back on the streets with drugs; Lucy’s dating phobia might end her friendship with Jackson.
Jesus Christ Superstar Live! in Concert – 7/6c on NBC
Trolls – 7/6c on FX
Thor: Ragnarok – 7:30/6:30c on TNT
Easter Parade – 8/7c on TCM
Men in Black – 8/7c on Nickelodeon
Guardians of the Galaxy – 8:30/7:30 on Freeform
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 – 9/8c on USA
The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel – 10/9c on Lifetime
Oceans Eleven – 10/9c on BBC America
Peter Rabbit – 11/10c on FX