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Unforgettable

Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery) is back in the season premiere Til Death. Wells suffers from a rare condition known as hyperthymesia, which means she can visually remember everything with perfect accuracy. This affliction makes her an incredible detective. CBS, 7 p.m.


Raising Hope

It's the end of the line as this Fox sitcom signs off for good with back-to-back episodes. First, Jimmy and Sabrina learn that they've inherited a maid; in the closer, Virginia's dad (Jeffrey Tambor) returns with a big surprise. Fox/Citytv, 8 p.m.

 

Hannibal

A body found in a parking lot has all the hallmark signs of the Chesapeake Ripper's handiwork in this new episode. Jack and his team of experts do everything they can to track down and apprehend the Ripper before he disappears again. NBC/Citytv, 9 p.m.

 

Talk Shows

George Stroumboulopoulos: Derek Lee and Clif Prowse

David Letterman: Billy Crystal, Tony Hale

Jimmy Fallon: Bill O'Reilly, Anthony Mackie

Craig Ferguson: Alice Eve, Bojana Novakovic

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 4, 2014 D2

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