Tue, February 9
In the series’ second episode, “The Run of His Life,” rather than turning himself in, O.J. Simpson (Cuba Gooding Jr.) flees in a white Ford Bronco driven by his friend Al Cowlings (Malcolm-Jamal Warner). Lawyers Robert Shapiro (John Travolta) and Robert Kardashian (David Schwimmer) deal with the fallout, as the D.A’s office and LAPD scramble to save face and find Simpson.
A clash of Big 12 powers is on tap tonight in the nation's heartland, where Jevon Carter leads West Virginia against Frank Mason III and Kansas. The sixth-ranked Mountaineers would gladly take a repeat of their first meeting with the No. 3 Jayhawks last month, when Jaysean Paige's 26 points and Devin Williams' 17 points and 12 rebounds keyed a 74-63 West Virginia victory.
An unconventional investigation ensues after a deep-sea diver is murdered on the job, which means his corpse -- along with his suspected colleagues -- must remain together in a high-tech decompression chamber for four days. Meanwhile, the NCIS team tries to get to the bottom of who killed the victim and why while they remain outside the tank themselves. Maya Stojan guest stars in the new episode "Decompressed"; Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette and Sean Murray also star.
The new episode "Do Not Disturb" finds the Liars growing more certain that Sara Harvey (Dre Davis) is behind the new threats they've received, but they're going to need tangible proof against her before they can go to the police. Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) helps Hanna (Ashley Benson) come up with a strategy using security footage tapes, while Aria (Lucy Hale) gets some unexpected news from her family. Ali (Sasha Pieterse) comforts Emily (Shay Mitchell) in her distress. Troian Bellisario also stars.