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NCAA Basketball Tournament
6 pm/ET CBS
Michigan State takes on Connecticut in tonight's Final Four opener. These teams have only met twice, with the Huskies winning in the 1998-99 season and going on to win the NCAA title, and the Spartans beating UConn in 1999-2000 and winning the tournament that year. In Game 2, North Carolina is the only team playing tonight that has players with Final Four experience (losing to Kansas last year), while Villanova's Jay Wright is the only coach among the four that has not won an NCAA title. —Dave Roeder

Love Takes Wing
9 pm/ET Hallmark
This seventh entry into the film series based on Janette Oke's Love Comes Softly novels follows a young doctor, played by Sarah Jones, who faces an uphill battle while caring for residents of a town stricken by a strange illness. Her gender and the townspeople's attitude towards orphans, who seem to be most heavily affected by the illness, present constant roadblocks for the good doctor. Rounding out the cast are Cloris Leachman, Haylie Duff, Patrick Duffy and Lou Diamond Phillips. —Brie Hearn

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony
9 pm/ET Fuse
Cleveland rocks! The 24th annual Hall of Fame gala relocates from New York City to Cleveland's Public Hall to honor a roster of rockers in an evening that traditionally includes surprise jams, loose talk, interesting reunions...and, yes, sometimes palpable tension. The 2009 inductees are guitar virtuoso Jeff Beck, doo-wop collective Little Anthony and the Imperials, metal mavens Metallica, hip-hop group Run-DMC and eclectic funk singer Bobby Womack. Whisper, whisper — rumors are swirling that Led Zep guitar hero Jimmy Page will induct Beck. Will the two guitar greats — old buddies from the pioneering '60s band the Yardbirds — share the stage for an amped-up jam? Turn it up to 11! —Dean Maurer

WWE Hall of Fame Induction
10 pm/ET USA
Just like honorees in Cooperstown and Canton, pro-wrestling legends shed tears when inducted into their Hall of Fame. The question is, are they real? Tonight's ceremony, traditionally held on the eve of WrestleMania (in Houston), stars Texas-born "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, who possessed one of wrestling's all-time sneers and helped usher in the "Attitude Era" of Vince McMahon's ring enterprise. A wide variety of good and bad characters rounds out the Class of 2009, including Terry and Dory Funk; Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat; "Cowboy" Bill Watts; Koko B. Ware; and the tragedy-stricken Von Erich family. —Roger Leister

Nora Roberts' High Noon
9 pm/ET Lifetime
Lt. Phoebe McNamara is a hostage negotiator, single mom and caretaker of an agoraphobic parent — surely more than most folk can handle. Add being the target of a psychopathic killer to the mix and you have a suspenseful thriller on your hands that is sure to please any Nora Roberts fan. Based on the prolific writer's novel, this original cable movie stars Emilie de Ravin as a Savannah detective who, on the heels of a new romance with the hunky local bar owner (Ivan Sergei), must protect herself and her family from the person who has set out to destroy her life. —Rhoda Charles