Kenzie Mills, 11, of Midlothian, will compete on "Chopped Jr.: Make Me a Judge" on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. "Chopped Jr." is in its sixth season.

Kenzie Mills, 11, of Midlothian, will compete on "Chopped Jr.: Make Me a Judge" on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. "Chopped Jr." is in its sixth season.

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Kenzie Mills of Midlothian is trying to cook up a win on Chopped Jr. 

She'll be in the second episode of Chopped Jr.: Make Me a Judge, a tournament in which she's competing to judge the professionals competing on Chopped. That, and she could also win $10,000 and a trip to the finals.

The 11-year-old Texan should have a leg up on the competition in this episode that has the contestants working with BBQ sauce. The menu: cookies and a vegetable for a starter; pork and greens for the main course; and a cheesy dessert.

She should get votes just for the side-swept blue hair. According to the website, she has big dreams: She wants to "achieve Michelin Star status" after opening her own restaurant in New York.

Ted Allen hosts and judges include Maneet Chauhan, Alex Guarnaschelli and Chris Santos. 

The show airs Wednesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. on Food Network.

SUNDAY

American Crime: The anthology series returns with a story about immigrants. Regina King is back, this time as a social worker.

MONDAY

The Bachelor: Who will have Nick's heart? (Besides all the women he's loved before.) 7 p.m. ABC

TUESDAY

This Is Us: Forget tissues. I'm sure you'll need a handkerchief for this one. It's the finale for the first season of this popular show. 8 p.m. NBC

Mandy Moore, left, and Milo Ventimiglia star in "This Is Us." The season finale for the popular  time-twisting family drama will air Tuesday at 8 p.m. 

Mandy Moore, left, and Milo Ventimiglia star in "This Is Us." The season finale for the popular time-twisting family drama will air Tuesday at 8 p.m. 

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Trial & Error: John Lithgow plays a professor on trial for murdering his wife in this spoof of true-crime docuseries. Each season reportedly will feature a different case. You'll want a season two. 9 p.m. NBC

WEDNESDAY

Lethal Weapon: One of the best of the season's new series based on a movie franchise takes a well-deserved bow with an enlightening first-season finale. 7 p.m. Fox

Greenleaf: The second season premieres much like the first, with scandal still rocking the church. 9 p.m. OWN

Underground: Hearts are still pounding from last week's season opener. 9 p.m. WGN America

Aldis Hodge stars as "Noah" in the second season of WGN America's "Underground."

Aldis Hodge stars as "Noah" in the second season of WGN America's "Underground."

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Star: The first-season finale has enough of creator Lee Daniel's patented OMG moments to have viewers saying, well, "enough."

Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo: The titular duo comes back for a six-episode limited run co-starring Dallasite Irma P. Hall as Leonard's grandma next door, MeMaw.

THURSDAY

Snatch: I know you've been waiting for someone to make a series from Guy Ritchie's movie Snatch. You haven't? Well, it's here and it stars Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) as a hustler in a suit.

FRIDAY

The Originals: As the vampires in Mystic Falls fade from view -- too soon? -- the ones from this spinoff just keep on biting. Time jumps forward five years as the triumphant Marcel learns of a new threat. 7 p.m. The CW

Paul Wesley, left, as Stefan and Ian Somerhalder as Damon, in a scene from Season 4 of "The Originals."

Paul Wesley, left, as Stefan and Ian Somerhalder as Damon, in a scene from Season 4 of "The Originals."

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Marvel's Iron Fist: It's light, bright and a big departure from the previous series in the Netflix corner of the Marvel Universe. This bridge to eventual team-up series Defenders is a set up. Wait for it. Netflix

SATURDAY

Love Thy Neighbor: This overlooked Tyler Perry sitcom flies under the radar. No more, I say. No more. Watch back-to-back episodes starting at 8 p.m. on OWN.

Out this week in home entertainment

If awards are any indicator of worth, then Fences is priceless.

Viola Davis won the best supporting actress Oscar and Golden Globe this year for her portrayal of a long-suffering wife. Denzel Washington, who directed the movie, won the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards for best actor-drama and was nominated for an Oscar for his work as a suffering-in-his-own way man trying to make a way in the outstanding film based on a play by August Wilson.

The movie received three other nominations: best picture; best writing adapted screenplay for the deceased Wilson; and best actor for Denzel Washington.

The film was a labor of love for Washington, who also directed the movie, and Davis. They both came back to the roles they had brought to stunning life on Broadway.

Denzel Washington, left, and Viola Davis in "Fences," directed by Washington.

Denzel Washington, left, and Viola Davis in "Fences," directed by Washington.

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Selected titles also out this week: Collateral Beauty; Drunk History: Season Four; Elle; The Jamie Foxx Show: The Complete Second Season; Newhart: The Complete Final Season; Passengers; Unbreakable Kimmie Schmidt: Season Two; Six; Solace; What I Like About You: The Complete Second Season; and Z Nation: Seasons 1-3.

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