April 5th, 2013
06:38 PM ET

Sneak peek at this Sunday's show

A jam-packed Reliable Sources kicks off with college basketball on this Final Four weekend. Rutgers fired its basketball coach, Mike Rice this week after ESPN’s “Outside The Lines” aired explosive video of Rice subjecting his players to verbal and physical abuse. ESPN senior college basketball writer Andy Katz will join us to give us insight into how his network broke the story.

As the fallout continues over Jay Leno’s replacement as host of “The Tonight Show” by Jimmy Fallon, we’ll talk to Ken Tucker, the author of an in-depth piece on “Grantland” about the history of the late-night wars.

Hillary Clinton’s first public appearance since stepping down as Secretary of State set of a new round of speculation about her 2016 plans. Is the media jumping the gun? We’ll discuss this with CNN’s Erin McPike, the Daily Caller’s Matt Lewis and Roger Simon of Politico. They’ll also look at the reaction to President Obama’s description of California’s Kamala Harris as “the best-looking attorney general in the country.”

Finally, we’ll look back at the life and career of the legendary Roger Ebert with fellow film critic, Michael Medved.

This Sunday at 11am ET.

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