By Samantha Highfill
March 16, 2014 at 01:00 PM EDT
Jaap Buitendijk

This week has a little bit of everything, from a big blockbuster hitting theaters to a new album perfect for your party playlist — not to mention a handful of television premieres and finales. For Pretty Little Liars fans, another season is coming to an end, while Drop Dead Diva viewers are gearing up for the show’s last run of episodes. So if you’re seeking a break from all things March Madness, look no further than our planner. You’re welcome.


Crisis, 10 p.m., NBC

In the middle of a field trip, a school bus — one that’s carrying the children of some of the nation’s most powerful people — is taken hostage. How far will they go to save their kids?


Dancing With the Stars, 8 p.m., ABC

It’s time to kick off another season! Spoiler: It might not feature Bachelor Juan Pablo, but you will get to watch Drew Carey shake his thing. So basically, dreams do come true.


Pretty Little Liars, 8 p.m., ABC Family

The “season of answers” is finally coming to a close with a finale that promises to get to the bottom of what happened on the night of Ali’s disappearance. Our advice: Don’t miss the last five minutes. Actually, don’t miss any of it.


Arrow, 8 p.m., The CW

Two words: Suicide Squad! This Diggle-centric episode is going to take us inside of the new Amanda Waller-run squad.


The Divorce Papers by Susan Reiger on shelves

This comedic novels tells the story of divorce through emails, memos, legal filings, and more, most of which belong to Sophie Diehl, a lawyer representing the wife involved in the split. If you’re looking for a good dose of wit for your evening reading, look no further.


Divergent in theaters

One of the year’s most anticipated films is finally here. We recommend you go see it if only to keep up with everything your friends are going to be talking about for the next month.


Skrillex album

Check out Recess, the debut album by this popular D.J., which is sure to be filled with dance beats and perfect workout tracks.


Drop Dead Diva, 9 p.m., LIfetime

The show’s final season is here, and it’s kicking off with a two-hour premiere sure to please its fans.