Nora Roberts' Northern Lights

Nora Roberts' Northern Lights
9 pm/ET Lifetime
Mystery, adventure and romance blend nicely in this cable drama set in the fictional town of Lunacy, Alaska, now home to Nate Burns (Eddie Cibrian), a Baltimore policeman who was taken the job of Lunacy's chief of police. Leaving his troubled past in the East, Nate stumbles into an unexpected romance with bush pilot Meg Galligan (LeAnn Rimes). Meg's issues with her absent father come front and center when she learns that he did not abandon her but was killed — and she might be next. Now Nate must draw on his big-city skills to solve a past murder and prevent another. — Rhoda Charles

House of Style
3:00 pm/ET MTV
Spring's officially here, which means it's time to break out a whole new wardrobe. Don't know what's in fashion? Well, Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl Bar Refaeli will give you the lowdown on spring styles in this House of Style special. Yup, that's right. The flagship fashion series is back — for one afternoon only. Catch Refaeli and correspondent Chanel Iman as they chat with Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift to see all of the season's must-haves.

iCarly
8 pm/ET Nickelodeon
The conniving Nevel is up to his old tricks when he manages to get ownership of Carly's URL. Not being too greedy, he tells Carly that he's willing to give it back to her, but at a cost. So what's the price of his ransom? A kiss from the lovely Carly of course. That may be a price that Carly finds too steep. Meanwhile, Carly's brother accidentally orders 200 pillows but, inventive as Spencer is, finds an entertaining way to make use of them. — Jennifer Sankowski

The Locator
9 pm/ET WE
WE's hit reality series chronicling emotional reunions between long-lost friends and relatives returns for a second season tonight. In this hourlong episode, Troy Dunn has his hands full when he takes on two separate cases. In the first, a pair of siblings look for their mom, who escaped an abusive relationship and left them with relatives when they were just toddlers. The second case follows four sisters who are looking for their fifth sibling after years of separation. — Brie Hearn

MADtv
11 pm/ET Fox
If you're a fan of MADtv alumnus Michael McDonald, this is must-see TV. Kathy Griffin is the host for an episode showcasing some of McDonald's funniest skits and characters, including Stuart Larkin, Dr. Phil and Maury Povich. — Fred Mitchell

NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament
Noon; 2 pm; 8 pm; 10 pm/ET ESPN 2
After seeing Tennessee end an eight-year title drought with back-to-back crowns in 2007 and 2008, it's Connecticut's turn to reassert its dominance of women's hoops and end a four-year dry spell that might feel like 40 years to Lady Huskies nation. Geno Auriemma's squad enter the "March to the Arch" (Final Four is in St. Louis) having won every game by double-digits. This after losing the nation's top incoming freshman back in August. Before UConn and fifth-seeded (!) Tennessee break their first-round sweats tomorrow, 16 contests in four ESPN2 windows get the ball rolling today. Trey Wingo, former Tennessee star Kara Lawson and former NCAA-champion coach Carolyn Peck handle the studio analysis. — Roger Leister