“The Ten Commandments”
6 p.m., ABC (1956)
It wouldn't be Easter weekend without a broadcast of the epic starring Charlton Heston as Moses and his journey leading his people out of Egypt. It's a time investment — nearly five hours with commercial breaks — but it's well worth it to see the bombastic and entertaining film.
7 p.m., BBC America (new)
The Doctor returns! In “The Bells of Saint John,” the show turns into a high-tech thriller as the Doctor discovers a plot to harvest human souls, all while his friend, Clara, is lost somewhere on 21st-century Earth.
7 p.m., Fox (new)
Police in Virginia, California and Las Vegas go after unstable suspects, search vehicles and get in between a man fighting with his stepson.
“Secret Life of Money”
8 p.m., Discovery (new)
Where does the cash in your wallet or purse come from? This short Discovery Channel documentary explores how U.S. currency is made and how it's distributed.
10 p.m., ABC Family (1988)
Watch a very funny Tom Hanks act like a big child as he plays Josh, a 12-year-old who magically gets turn into a 30-year-old man after asking a fortune teller machine to make him “big.”
“Iron Man 2”
9:30 p.m., FX (2010)
Catch up on the Iron Man saga (before “Iron Man 3” is released May 3) as Tony Stark takes on his rival Justin Hammer, who is also trying to create weaponized suits of armor by making an alliance with the dangerous Russian scientist, Whiplash.
— Kevin Coffey
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