All Times Eastern.
Wednesday, Jan. 23
WGN America, 10pm
Stories of criminal activity in insular religious subcultures (think Discovery’s Amish Mafia and Cinemax’s Banshee) have been mined for entertainment before, yet the idea of smuggling cocaine in horse-drawn buggies still fascinates. Inspired by the true story of the drug-trafficking Mennonite Mob, crime drama Pure follows pastor Noah Funk (Ryan Robbins), whose efforts to sever his community’s ties to a Mexican drug cartel prove more difficult and dangerous than he imagined. Alex Paxton-Beesley, A.J. Buckley, Rosie Perez and Peter Outerbridge also star. The first season of Pure aired on Canadian TV in 2017, and WGN America has ordered a second season with Alyson Hannigan (How I Met Your Mother) joining the cast in a recurring role.
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NBCSN, beginning at 7:30pm Live
NBCSN’s Wednesday Night Hockey doubleheader has the Washington Capitals in Toronto to face off with the Maple Leafs and the Nashville Predators in Vegas to tilt with the Golden Knights.
The Goldbergs: “I Coulda Been a Lawyer”
Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) decides their street needs another stop sign and pleads her case to the city comptroller. Barry (Troy Gentile) panics when he realizes he’s neglected his college applications, but the situation only gets worse once Murray (Jeff Garlin) is involved. Meanwhile, Erica (Hayley Orrantia) struggles with her career choice.
Riverdale: “Chapter Forty-Five: The Stranger”
The CW, 8pm
With SATs around the corner, Alice (Mädchen Amick) and FP (Skeet Ulrich) urge Jughead (Cole Sprouse) and Betty (Lili Reinhart) to stop investigating G&G and start focusing on their SAT prep. However, when Alice takes things one step too far, Betty is forced to come face-to-face with someone from her past. Finally, Jughead makes a bold move against the Gargoyle Gang.
ESPN, beginning at 8pm Live
The San Antonio Spurs head east to face the Philadelphia 76ers, followed by the Denver Nuggets taking on the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City.
Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back: “Catfish Cabin”
Gordon and his mobile “Hell on Wheels” truck travels to Memphis, Tenn., to help Catfish Cabin, a struggling Southern-style restaurant.
Chicago Med: “The Things We Do”
Dr. Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) rushes to rescue Dr. Manning (Torrey DeVitto) after she is involved in a Medevac helicopter crash. The personal drama between Drs. Rhodes (Colin Donnell) and Bekker (Norma Kuhling) boils over. Drs. Charles (Oliver Platt) and Choi (Brian Tee) work to help a patient come to terms with their addiction. April (Yaya DaCosta) helps Elsa (Molly Bernard) deal with the loss of her first patient.
Modern Family: “Whanex?”
While preparing a presentation for his students about their future goals, Cam (Eric Stonestreet) must also contend with a bully at the school. Meanwhile, the local mall is holding a photo shoot for its new ad campaign and Gloria (Sofia Vergara) tricks Phil (Ty Burrell) and Joe (Jeremy Maguire) into participating.
Chicago Fire: “Make This Right”
When the firehouse is called to a motorcycle crash, Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Severide (Taylor Kinney) sense that the details don’t add up and work to determine exactly what transpired. A rift develops between Mouch (Christian Stolte) and Otis (Yuri Sardarov). Brett (Kara Killmer), Foster (Annie Ilonzeh) and Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) work to secretly fix a dent they believe they unknowingly caused in the ambulance bumper.
NOVA: “Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire”
Scientists and residents take a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano’s recent spike in activity. Along the way, discover how Hawaii’s distinctive volcanoes formed in the first place and what they tell us about the future of Hawaii.
The Magicians: “A Flock of Lost Birds”
In the Season 4 opener, Brian takes a friend out for ice cream, and Sam is one week away from retirement.
Criminal Minds: “Chameleon”
Rossi (Joe Mantegna) questions his actions in the aftermath of a near-death struggle with a serial killer who appears to have outsmarted the BAU in the new episode “Chameleon.”
Chicago P.D.: “Outrage”
While chasing a heroin supplier, CPD crosses paths with a convicted criminal recently released on a technicality, and Halstead’s (Jesse Lee Soffer) history with the man threatens the team’s ability to put him back in prison.
Deadly Class: “Noise, Noise, Noise”
Dealing with the guilt of killing Rory, Marcus has a party at Shabnam’s, and all the school is invited.
Suits: “Rocky 8”
USA Network, 10pm
Harvey (Gabriel Macht) laces up for a rematch against an old foe. Louis (Rick Hoffman) struggles to hold the reins of the firm.
Thursday, Jan. 24
U.S. Figure Skating Championships
NBCSN, beginning at 5pm Live
Top skaters and ice dancers compete in the U.S. Figure Skating Championships at Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena. NBCSN and NBC share live coverage of the event through Sunday.
Grey’s Anatomy: “Help, I’m Alive”
Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) questions Link’s (Chris Carmack) laid-back approach over a patient’s treatment. Maggie (Kelly McCreary) worries that Richard (James Pickens Jr.), Jackson (Jesse Williams) and Catherine (Debbie Allen) haven’t come to terms with Catherine’s diagnosis. Meanwhile, DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti) steps up in the O.R. when Owen (Kevin McKidd) faces a setback.
Season 2 of the mermaid drama begins with “The Arrival.” While preparing for the promised appearance of more mermaids in the coastal town of Bristol Cove, marine researchers Ben (Alex Roe) and Maddie (Fola Evans-Akingbola) continue to bond with mermaid Ryn (Eline Powell), not only to protect her, but also to try to help save her entire civilization.
A Million Little Things: “the day before…”
We go back to the day before Jon’s (Ron Livingston) death, before everything seemed to have fallen apart. Jon is struggling both in his personal and work life, Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) and Eddie (David Giuntoli) make plans to tell Jon about their secret affair, and Maggie (Allison Miller) attempts to start her new life in Boston.
Legacies: “Maybe I Should Start From the End”
The CW, 9pm
After discovering that Landon (Aria Shahghasemi) is in trouble, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) and Alaric (Matthew Davis) set out in search for him. Along the way, they uncover some startling information about Landon’s past.
The Orville: “All the World Is Birthday Cake”
The Orville makes first contact and a new crew member joins the ship.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “The Tattler”
Jake (Andy Samberg) and Gina (Chelsea Peretti) revisit their past at their 20th high school reunion, and Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) helps Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz) with her love life.
Fam: “Stealing Time”
In the new episode “Stealing Time,” Freddy (Gary Cole) must negotiate with a merciless pawn shop owner to recover a treasured watch that Shannon (Odessa Adlon) stole from Walt (Brian Stokes Mitchell).
The Good Place: “Pandemonium”
Season 3 of the Ted Danson- and Kristen Bell-headlined sitcom comes to a close tonight.
Comedy Central, 10pm
Abbi (Abbi Jacobson) and Ilana (Ilana Glazer) are back for a fifth and final season of their comedy based on their real-life friendship and adventures in New York City.
The Other Two
Comedy Central, 10:30pm
When their 13-year-old brother (Case Walker) achieves massive internet stardom, an aspiring actor (Drew Tarver) and his slacker sister (Heléne York) struggle to find themselves and prove their merit. Molly Shannon and Ken Marino also star.
Friday, Jan. 25
Black Earth Rising
This thriller follows a Rwandan woman, orphaned by that country’s genocide and raised in London by an adoptive mother, who is trying to learn the truth of her past.
This South Korean series is set during Korea’s medieval Joseon period. It tells the story of a crown prince who is sent on a suicide mission to investigate a mysterious plague that is spreading across the country. The truth threatens the kingdom, especially when he discovers that it is a horrific epidemic in the form of zombies.
The world’s top assassin (Mads Mikkelsen) is about to go into retirement when he reluctantly finds himself back in the game, battling an army of younger and faster killers who have been tasked with silencing him.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
The remaining six episodes of this comedy’s fourth and final season launch today. The series, starring Ellie Kemper, Tituss Burgess, Jane Krakowski and Carol Kane, has earned 18 Emmy nominations, including four Outstanding Comedy Series nods.
Fresh Off the Boat: “Legends of the Fortieth”
Louis (Randall Park) is obsessed with the great outdoors after seeing Legends of the Fall, so for his 40th birthday, he decides that the family needs to go camping. Horrified, the kids try to convince him otherwise. Meanwhile, Honey (Chelsey Crisp) gives Jessica (Constance Wu) tips about the best gift to give Louis on his milestone birthday.
I Lived With a Killer
REELZ Channel, 8pm
What happens when an infamous murderer is someone you live with and love? In each episode, this series brings a haunting new twist to cases that terrified the public, with powerful stories from the family members of killers. Viewers will hear from BTK Killer Dennis Rader’s daughter Kerri Rawson, the Green River Killer Gary Ridgway’s wife Judith Lorraine Lynch, Salvatore “Sammy The Bull” Gravano’s daughter Karen Gravano, D.C. Sniper John Allen Muhammad’s wife Mildred Muhammad and many more.
SAG Awards 25th Anniversary Movie Marathon
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Ahead of Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards ceremony, Turner Classic Movies begins a 48-hour marathon of films featuring personalities who have been honored by SAG with Life Achievement Awards over the years. Tonight’s lineup includes films starring Eddie Cantor, Bob Hope, Barbara Stanwyck, James Stewart, Edward G. Robinson and Gregory Peck.
Speechless: “O– OUR M-A– MAGEDDON”
Dylan (Kyla Kenedy) is horrified to realize people see her as a mini version of Maya (Minnie Driver) and makes a point to exert her individuality. JJ (Micah Fowler) and Ray (Mason Cook) each cope with their feelings for their shared crush, Izzy (Kayla Maisonet).
Sydney to the Max
Disney Channel, 8:25pm
Outgoing middle schooler Sydney Reynolds (Ruth Righi) lives with her single dad Max (Ian Reed Kesler) in the house he grew up in, along with her progressive grandmother Judy (Caroline Rhea). Whenever Judy shares stories of Max’s childhood, the series flashes back to the ’90s and proves that the teenage antics of young Max (Jackson Dollinger) parallel Sydney’s adventures. In the series premiere, “Can’t Dye This,” Sydney wants to change up her hairstyle for the first day of seventh grade and takes matters into her own hands.
Great Performances: “‘Doubt’ From Minnesota Opera”
The Minnesota Opera stages an adaptation of John Patrick Shanley’s hit 2005 Broadway play — and the 2008 film — about what happens when suspicion leads to a battle of wills at a Bronx Catholic school.
WSJ at Large With Gerry Baker
FOX Business Network, 9pm
FOX Business Network presents a special edition of WSJ at Large With Gerry Baker, featuring host Gerry Baker’s one-on-one interviews with industry leaders from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Baker will sit down with Microsoft founder Bill Gates to discuss investing in global health groups and former British Foreign Secretary David Miliband to talk the latest surrounding Brexit. Additionally, to discuss the nation’s top headlines, Baker will be joined by Anthony Scaramucci, founder and co-managing partner of SkyBridge Capital.
Saturday, Jan. 26
FS1, CBS & ESPN2, beginning at 12pm Live
A full Saturday of college basketball features Ohio State at Nebraska (FS1), Virginia at Notre Dame (CBS), Marquette at Xavier (FS1) and Syracuse at Virginia Tech (ESPN2).
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Samantha (Lindy Booth) returns home for her town’s winter festival to celebrate her father’s retirement from coaching. Her hopes for a quiet visit are dashed when she discovers that NFL quarterback Jake (Trevor Donovan), her high school sweetheart, is also there.
Love You to Death
This shocking tale is inspired by the true story of a mother and daughter whose secret and tumultuous relationship ends in murder. Camile (Marcia Gay Harden) is the perfect caretaker and mother to her sickly and wheelchair-bound daughter, Esme (Emily Skeggs). When Camile is found stabbed to death and Esme vanishes, it is revealed that Esme is a victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy and her controlling, abusive mother only made her believe she was ill. Tate Donovan and Brennan Keel Cook also star.
2019 NHL All-Star Game
NBC, 8pm Live
The NHL moves its All-Star Game to Saturday this year as festivities take place in San Jose, Calif. The format of the game will again have the four divisions competing in a 3-on-3 tournament.
Slenderman Stabbing: The Untold Story
REELZ Channel, 8pm
This two-hour documentary tells the shocking real story behind the infamous 2014 Wisconsin crime in which two 12-year-old girls stabbed their friend nearly to death supposedly at the behest of fictitious internet child-stalker “Slender Man.” The special features details about the girls’ macabre planning and events that led to the stabbing, as well as the arrests, trials and sentencing, including never-before-seen evidence like journal entries from one of the girls and evidence from her defense team not presented in court.
NBA Basketball: Golden State at Boston
ABC, 8:30pm Live
ABC’s Saturday NBA showcase has Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors at Boston’s TD Garden for a matchup against Kyrie Irving and the Celtics.
Planet Earth: Dynasties: “Chimpanzee”
BBC America, AMC, IFC & SundanceTV, 9pm
The nature documentary series continues with “Chimpanzee,” in which David, a Senegal chimpanzee group’s alpha male for three years, faces challenges from rivals looking to overthrow him.
Valentine’s Day & Adoption Ever After Preview Special
Hallmark Channel, 10pm
Alison Sweeney and Larissa Wohl host a first look at Hallmark Channel’s original Valentine’s movies, inaugural Cat Bowl, Kitten Bowl VI and the 2019 American Rescue Dog Show.
Amanda Seales: I Be Knowin’
Comedian Amanda Seales gets her own hourlong comedy special, which was filmed at NYC’s Edison Ballroom.
Sunday, Jan. 27
NFL Football: 2019 Pro Bowl
ABC & ESPN, 3pm Live
The NFL’s best players — minus those from the L.A. Rams and New England Patriots competing in Super Bowl LIII next Sunday — play something resembling football as the AFC takes on the NFC in the Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.
FOX, 8pm Live
Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical comes to television in a live spectacular. The musical is loosely based on Puccini’s opera La Bohème and tells the story of artists struggling to follow their dreams in a gritty but bohemian New York City East Village neighborhood at the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis. The FOX broadcast stars Jordan Fisher, Vanessa Hudgens, Kiersey Clemons, Brandon Victor Dixon, Brennin Hunt, Mario, Tinashe and Valentina, plus Keala Settle (The Greatest Showman) in a special role to perform the musical’s seminal song “Seasons of Love.”
Jamie (Sam Heughan), Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Brianna’s (Sophie Skelton) stories of love, tragedy and kinship come to a close tonight. The confirmed fifth season of the popular series will be based on Diana Gabaldon’s The Fiery Cross.
25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
TNT & TBS, 8pm Live
The SAG Awards is the only televised awards show to exclusively honor performers, presenting awards for acting in film and television. The two-hour awards show focuses on both individual performances as well as on the work of the entire ensemble of a drama series and a comedy series, and the cast of a motion picture.
Battle at the Border With Brian Kilmeade
FOX News Channel, 8pm
FOX News Channel presents this one-hour town hall special from San Antonio. Hosted by FOX & Friends’ Brian Kilmeade, the town hall will be presented in front of an audience and focus on the nationwide debate on immigration, border security and the pressing issues affecting Texas voters. Throughout the town hall, Kilmeade will speak with a panel of experts, border patrol agents and local lawmakers such as Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. Additionally, Kilmeade will be joined by FOX Nation’s Tomi Lahren, who will preview a series of new content related to border security and the ongoing immigration debate that will be available on FOX Nation starting Thursday, January 31.
NCIS: Los Angeles: “Smokescreen”
The NCIS team partners with the FBI to locate a terrorist cell in Los Angeles believed to be prepping for an imminent attack in the new episode “Smokescreen.”
Three Identical Strangers
Bobby Shafran, David Kellman and Eddy Galland were all adopted at birth and weren’t aware of each other’s existence until they finally met at age 19. This unbelievable documentary shares a dark, emotional story of a rogue psychology experiment that purposely separated the triplets and placed them in different socio-economic upbringings.
Worst Cooks in America: “Meat Me at the Game”
Food Network, 9pm
It’s Game Day! First, the teams go head-to-head in a potato sack relay race to collect ingredients for game day meatballs fit for tailgating. For the main dish challenge, the recruits learn how to make the perfect game day sandwich and side dish. Those who score big will be named kitchen MVPs and those who fumble may be cut from their teams!
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
When a college student is found dead, English professor Amy (Jill Wagner) uses her crime fiction expertise to unravel the case faster than detective Travis (Kristoffer Polaha), who ends up working with Amy to catch the killer.
Valley of the Boom
National Geographic, 9pm
The season finale of the docudrama is a two-hour look at the challenges facing three corporations trying to change the world during the days of the dot-com bubble. In “Segfault,” a dying Netscape takes drastic measures to reestablish itself as a cutting-edge innovator. Then, in “Fatal Error,” Marc Andreessen (John Karna) settles into AOL as Jim Barksdale (Bradley Whitford) keeps up with the Microsoft antitrust case, and Pixelon’s investors and board members confront Michael Fenne (Steve Zahn), demanding an explanation about their failing tech.
American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. the World
The sixth installment of this annual two-hour special again pits a team of American Ninja Warrior fan favorites against teams of competitors from other parts of the world for bragging rights and the USA vs. the World trophy. Three teams are featured, each with five ninjas: Team USA, Team Europe and, for the first time, Team Australia. The teams will compete across all four stages of the show’s national finals course — 23 obstacles in all.
Victoria on Masterpiece: “Et in Arcadia”
Albert relishes family time away from London, but Victoria is desperate to get back to the palace.
Madam Secretary: “Proxy War”
In the new episode “Proxy War,” innocent Syrian children are killed by an American-made cluster bomb, and Elizabeth (Téa Leoni) races to figure out what went wrong before Russia can use it as an excuse to escalate its military presence in the region.
Monday, Jan. 28
Arrow: “Past Sins”
The CW, 8pm
The past comes back to haunt both Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Laurel (Katie Cassidy). Curtis (Echo Kellum) is upset when he discovers that Diggle (David Ramsey) and Lyla (guest star Audrey Marie Anderson) have restarted the Ghost Initiative.
Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists
This documentary shares the lives and careers of New York columnists and friends Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill, whose untrained style of journalism spoke to and for ordinary people. The documentary draws on rare archival footage, family archives, and interviews with both Breslin (who died in 2017) and Hamill. The film also includes insights from cultural contemporaries such as Robert De Niro, Spike Lee, Shirley MacLaine and Gloria Steinem, as well as literary peers including Tom Wolfe, Nicholas Pileggi, Gail Collins and Garry Trudeau.
America’s Got Talent: The Champions: “The Champions Four”
The competition continues as 10 more of the most talented, memorable and all-around fan-favorite acts from America’s Got Talent series around the globe perform for judges Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel. Two of these acts will move on to the finals — one will receive a Golden Buzzer, and one will be voted through by a panel of AGT superfans. Terry Crews hosts.
Magnum P.I.: “I, the Deceased”
A man hires Magnum (Jay Hernandez) to investigate his murder before it even happens in the new episode “I, the Deceased.”
Kids Baking Championship: “Macaron Madness”
Food Network, 9pm
Macarons are one of the most popular desserts right now, and macarons decorated with faces are a definite trend. In this episode’s challenge, bakers must create macarons decorated with happy faces and sad faces to stay in the game.
Independent Lens: “The King”
Climb into Elvis’ 1963 Rolls-Royce for a musical road trip that traces the rise and fall of the singer as a metaphor for the country he left behind. Featuring Alec Baldwin, Rosanne Cash, Ethan Hawke, Chuck D and many more.
I Am the Night
Inspired by true events, TNT’s limited drama series from Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins tells the gripping and mysterious story of Fauna Hodel (India Eisley), a teenage girl who is given away at birth. When Fauna begins to investigate the secrets of her past, she meets a ruined reporter (Chris Pine), haunted by a case that undid him. Together they follow a sinister trail that swirls ever closer to an infamous Los Angeles gynecologist, Dr. George Hodel (Jefferson Mays), a man involved in some of Hollywood’s darkest debauchery, and possibly its most infamous unsolved crime.
The Good Doctor: “Xin”
Dr. Murphy (Freddie Highmore), Dr. Reznick (Fiona Gubelmann) and Dr. Lim (Christina Chang) treat a woman with autism and a delicate brain condition while navigating the complicated relationship she has with her roommate, who is also on the spectrum.
Tuesday, Jan. 29
FS1 & ESPN2, beginning at 7pm Live
FS1’s Tuesday night college basketball features Northwestern at Maryland in a Big Ten matchup. Later, ESPN2 carries the Mountain West clash between Nevada and UNLV.
Super Bowl Greatest Commercials 2019
Boomer Esiason and Daniela Ruah host this special celebrating the best TV commercials in Super Bowl history, and viewers will be able to vote live on Twitter for their favorites. This year’s special will pick the All-Time Funniest Super Bowl Commercial from 10 hilarious nominees. Two commercials will advance to the live vote during the broadcast, and the ultimate winner will be revealed at the end of the show.
The Flash: “Memorabilia”
The CW, 8pm
When Sherloque (Tom Cavanagh) wants to use a memory machine on Barry (Grant Gustin) and Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) to help gain access to Grace’s (Islie Hirvonen) memories, Nora panics, fearing her parents will find out the secrets she’s been keeping from them. Nora secretly decides to use the machine on her own, which ends in disaster after she gets trapped inside Grace’s mind.
Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr.: “Dreaming of a New Land”
Marisa Tomei, Sheryl Sandberg and Kal Penn explore the tremendous challenges faced by their immigrant forebears. From Italy, Russia and India to America, their family histories show success could take generations to achieve.
TNT, beginning at 8pm Live
The New Orleans Pelicans face the Houston Rockets, followed by the Philadelphia 76ers in Los Angeles to take on the Lakers.
State of the Union Address
Various Networks, 9pm Live
President Donald Trump is scheduled to deliver the State of the Union Address tonight. Expect coverage from the usual broadcast and cable news networks, like ABC, CBS, CNN, FOX, Fox News, NBC and PBS.
Legend Hunter: “Stolen Crown Jewels”
Travel Channel, 10pm
Pat Spain searches for the Irish crown jewels stolen from Dublin Castle in 1907. He has three main suspects, and his investigation leads him to a former antiques shop in England, where he believes the valuables may be hidden.
Temptation Island: “The Epiphany”
USA Network, 10pm
As connections are being formed, some couples start to question their relationships.
Wednesday, Jan. 30
FS1, beginning at 6:30pm Live
Tonight’s college hoops doubleheader on FS1 has two Big East games: Marquette at Butler and St. John’s at Creighton.
The Goldbergs: “Major League”
Adam (Sean Giambrone) is initially terrified when he and his friends are recruited to the William Penn Academy baseball team, but he quickly catches on to Principal Ball’s (Stephen Tobolowsky) master plan. A short-sighted Barry (Troy Gentile) is in denial about his pitching skills. Meanwhile, Geoff’s (Sam Lerner) dad interferes in his relationship with Erica (Hayley Orrantia).
ESPN, beginning at 8pm Live
The Indiana Pacers visit D.C. for a matchup against the Washington Wizards in ESPN’s first game. The second game has the Utah Jazz in Portland to face the Trail Blazers.
NHL Hockey: Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh
NBCSN, 8pm Live
A Wednesday Night Hockey matchup of Eastern Conference contenders has Nikita Kucherov and the Tampa Bay Lightning striking at Sidney Crosby and the Penguins in Pittsburgh.
Modern Family: “We Need to Talk About Lily”
Phil (Ty Burrell) may have conquered his biggest real estate challenge when he thinks he found Pepper (guest star Nathan Lane) his dream home. Meanwhile, in an attempt to connect with Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons), Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) get invited to an exclusive event for her favorite vlogger.
As Season 5 ends, a new battle for Kattegat is on, and only the gods know who will emerge victorious. Vikings will be back for a sixth, and final, season.
The Magicians: “Lost, Found, .…ed”
Dean Fogg (Rick Worthy) gets a new suit.
Criminal Minds: “Sick and Evil”
The BAU leads the investigation into a string of murders taking place in supposedly haunted houses in Lewiston, Maine, in the new episode “Sick and Evil.”
Deadly Class: “Snake Pit”
Marcus (Benjamin Wadsworth) navigates a prank war between the Rats and Legacies, as everyone prepares for the big dance.
Suits: “Whale Hunt”
USA Network, 10pm
Louis (Rick Hoffman) learns the finer points of managing Harvey (Gabriel Macht). Alex (Dulé Hill) is caught between Samantha (Katherine Heigl) and his wife.
Storage Wars: “Drama in the LBC”
North Long Beach doesn’t really bring out the best in the buyers, though they do manage to make a charitable contribution. Darrell and Dave wager on who got the better sister — locker, that is. Brandi and Jarrod spend way too much but see their treasure soar.
Thursday, Jan. 31
FS1 & ESPN2, beginning at 7pm Live
A Big Ten college basketball clash on FS1 has Purdue at Penn State, followed by a Pac-12 meetup between Oregon and Utah. Later tonight, catch Gonzaga at BYU on ESPN2.
TNT, beginning at 8pm Live
TNT’s NBA doubleheader features two exciting matchups as the Milwaukee Bucks visit the Toronto Raptors, followed by the Philadelphia 76ers in the Bay Area to take on the Golden State Warriors.
Young Sheldon: “David, Goliath and a Yoo-Hoo From the Back”
Sheldon (Iain Armitage) uses his new friendship with the school bully to boss Georgie (Montana Jordan) around in the new episode “David, Goliath and a Yoo-Hoo From the Back.”
A Million Little Things: “twelve seconds”
Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) struggles to find a way to keep the house, while Ashley (Christina Ochoa) has a secret meeting with someone who she thinks may be able to help. Maggie (Allison Miller) receives news about her treatment.
Mom: “Kalamazoo and a Bad Wedge of Brie”
In the new episode “Kalamazoo and a Bad Wedge of Brie,” Christy’s (Anna Faris) plan to win her sponsor’s approval backfires, and the ladies rush in to help after Jill’s (Jaime Pressly) house is broken into.
30 for 30: “Deion’s Double Play”
This 30 for 30 documentary revisits Oct. 11, 1992, when two-sport superstar Deion Sanders played for the Atlanta Falcons in Miami, then jetted off to join his Atlanta Braves teammates for an MLB playoff game in Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “Four Movements”
Gina (Chelsea Peretti) spends time with each member of the squad.
REELZ Channel, 9pm
When a wealthy celebrity has a massive estate, there’s often an army of people nudging around for their cut of the pie. In hourlong episodes of this series, husband-and-wife media experts and attorneys Danielle and Andy Mayoras explore the legal ups and downs, and fortunes earned and lost, by some of America’s biggest household names. Johnny Depp (tonight’s focus), Madonna, Britney Spears, Harrison Ford, Hulk Hogan, Donald Sterling, Casey Kasem, Lisa Marie Presley, Robin Williams and Sonny Bono are among those celebrities the series focuses on.
Will & Grace: “Family, Trip”
In the winter premiere of the revived sitcom’s second season, Will (Eric McCormack), Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) unknowingly take a hallucinogenic drug, which causes Will and Jack to wonder if they’re each other’s soulmate and has Karen giving her last “performance” as Mrs. Stanley Walker. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) is shocked when her high-powered client (guest star Chelsea Handler) takes up with her sister Janet (guest star Mary McCormack).
How to Get Away With Murder: “Be the Martyr”
Nate (Billy Brown) is on a mission to prove he was right about the culprit in his father’s murder, while Bonnie (Liza Weil) begins to doubt herself. Annalise (Viola Davis) turns the tables in the courtroom.
Friday, Feb. 1
Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders
Poirot purists, hang on to your bowler hats. A new take on Agatha Christie’s sleuth awaits in this BBC version of her 1936 whodunit The ABC Murders. This Hercule Poirot (Oscar nominee John Malkovich) is an aging, friendless has-been. Sidekicks Hastings and Japp play no role in the hunt for the serial killer who leaves a railway guide beside his victims. The once-celebrated Belgian must beg an inspector named Crome (Rupert Grint) to help with the case. Most noticeably, the character’s iconic dyed, waxed and curled mustache … isn’t.
Always a Witch
In this series from Colombia (where it is known as Siempre Bruja), a 17th-century witch named Carmen (Angely Gaviria) must adjust to her new life after she time-travels to modern-day Cartagena to avoid being burned at the stake.
Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland are executive producers — with Headland and Lyonne the writers — of this series that follows a young woman (played by Lyonne) on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City.
Just a few days after its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, this thriller bows on Netflix. Set in the L.A. art world, the story centers around the discovery of a series of paintings by an unknown artist. Soon after, a supernatural force enacts revenge on greedy people who profit from the work. Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Daveed Diggs, Toni Collette, John Malkovich and Zawe Ashton star.
31 Days of Oscar
TCM, beginning at 6am
Turner Classic Movies’ annual marathon surrounding Hollywood’s biggest awards night (airing on ABC Feb. 24) kicks off today. Each day of Oscar-winning and -nominated movies will be tied to various themes, and one of today’s themes is American Literary Adaptations. Enjoy a day of films beginning with 1935’s Alice Adams and including other classics like Little Women (1949), Show Boat (1951) and The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (1968).
Fresh Off the Boat: “Grand-Mahjong”
It’s Chinese New Year and the Lees — Elaine (Ming-Na Wen), Julius (Reggie Lee) and son Horace (Jimmy O. Yang) — are back. Elaine tries to give Jessica (Constance Wu) tips on building a better relationship with Grandma Huang (Lucille Soong). Meanwhile, inspired by a Lee family tradition, Louis (Randall Park) challenges Emery (Forrest Wheeler) to a wrestling match to start the new year.
MacGyver: “Father + Bride + Betrayal”
In the new episode “Father + Bride + Betrayal,” Mac (Lucas Till) and his team crash a wedding to take an international crime boss into custody, but discover that they are not the only ones looking for him.
The Blacklist: “Alter Ego”
While Red (James Spader) argues in court to uphold the validity of his immunity agreement, Liz (Megan Boone) and the task force question a man whose recent inheritance seems too good to be true, and Dembe (Hisham Tawfiq) offers Red some advice.
Great Performances at the Met: “Marnie”
Watch composer Nico Muhly’s reimagining of Winston Graham’s novel about a beautiful, mysterious woman who assumes multiple identities. Isabel Leonard stars in the title role alongside Christopher Maltman, and Robert Spano conducts.
Blue Bloods: “Ripple Effect”
A medium approaches Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) and Baez (Marisa Ramirez) claiming to know what happened to a woman who was found dead of an apparent suicide in the new episode “Ripple Effect.”
Tropical Cop Tales
Adult Swim, 12am (late night)
Dominique Witten and Ted Ferguson star as two burned-out city cops who relocate to a tropical paradise for a relaxing twilight to their careers. Unfortunately, it’s the most un-relaxing place on earth, and their new captain (Carl Solomon) is a champion shouter. The comedy premieres with two back-to-back 15-minute episodes.
Saturday, Feb. 2
“Star Wars” Marathon
TNT, beginning at 11:30am
Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher kick off the all-day/night Star Wars marathon with Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), followed by Star Wars: A New Hope (1977), Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) and Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983).
College Basketball: Texas Tech at Kansas
CBS, 4pm Live
A matchup of Big 12 powers takes place today in Lawrence, Kan., as the Texas Tech Red Raiders face the Kansas Jayhawks.
Puppy Bowl Presents: The Dog Bowl II
Animal Planet, 8pm
Back by popular demand for a second installment, this special airs ahead of tomorrow’s Puppy Bowl broadcast and gives adult and senior dogs a chance to shine. The football-themed competition divides older rescue and shelter dogs, including several special-needs dogs, into two teams: Team Goldies and Team Oldies. As with the Puppy Bowl, all dogs that have participated in the Dog Bowl in the past have been adopted by loving families. Animal advocate Jill Rappaport hosts.
Valentine in the Vineyard
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
The third film in the Vineyard franchise finds Frankie Baldwin and Nate DeLuca, played by Rachael Leigh Cook and Brendan Penny, preparing to host the Valentine’s Day wedding for Frankie’s cousin and Nate’s brother at their Napa Valley winery. But as Nate and Frankie help with the planning — which seems like a dry run for their own walk down the aisle — they begin to wonder if their differences mean they’re not the perfect pairing that they once believed.
Death of a Cheerleader
Based on a true story, this remake of a popular TV movie from the ’90s follows a shy girl (Aubrey Peeples) as she becomes resentful of the popular cheerleader (Sarah Dugdale) at her school. A night out together ends in horror, and the town struggles to identify the killer.
Planet Earth: Dynasties: “Tiger”
BBC America, AMC, IFC & SundanceTV, 9pm
In India’s Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, a tigress named Raj Bhera cares for her four newborn cubs while defending her hunting grounds against invading rival tigers — one of which is her own adult daughter, Solo.
The NFL’s awards ceremony recognizes the best players, performances and plays from the 2018 season at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. The 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame class is announced, and the NFL and The Associated Press present awards for MVP, Rookie of the Year, Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year and more.
Cat Bowl I
Hallmark Channel, 10pm
Beth Stern, Alison Sweeney and Cameron Mathison host the frisky fun of Hallmark Channel’s first ever Cat Bowl, which features adult and senior cats in search of their forever homes. Plus, the event’s pawsome halftime show “Where Are They Meow?” will provide updates on former Kitten Bowl cat-letes including Jerry Mice, Puma Esiason and the star of Kitten Bowl V, Swirl.