What to Watch: Robin Roberts hospitalized, released
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"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts was briefly hospitalized after falling ill in Florida last week, People reports. Roberts was released and is recovering at home, and revealed her hospitalization on Facebook to explain why she was not helping GMA cover the Boston Marathon bombing. Roberts received a bone-marrow transplant last September as treatment for myelodysplastic syndrome, or MDS, which has caused her to have a weakened immune system. She plans to be back at work next week.
Though Agent Jack Crawford suspects Abigail Hobbs may have helped her now-deceased father with his serial killings, Dr. Hannibal Lecter escorts her back to Minnesota in tonight's "Hannibal." Lecter and Hobbs are forced to bond further when one of her friends is murdered by a copycat killer. NBC 10 p.m. EST.
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