What to Watch Tuesday: Covert Affairs Spies Spain, L.A. Complex Moves Back In and More
On TV this Tuesday: Covert Affairs travels to bustling Barcelona, White Collar’s Neal is even more wanted than normal, The L.A. Complex’s residents return for Season 2 and Rizzoli & Isles go country. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) | Garrett drops a major clue that sends Hannah and Spencer on separate missions, and Emily has another flashback to “that night.”
9 pm White Collar (USA Network) | Neal’s got a Boba Fett situation on his hands as Collins, a government-sanctioned bounty hunter, aims to bring him back to the U.S. — dead or alive. Among the highlights: Peter getting his Cocktail on as part of a bartender cover.
9 pm The L.A. Complex (The CW) | Season 2 premiere: Kaldrick wants to make things right after beating Tariq to a pulp, but there’s one problem: Tariq’s nowhere to be found.
9 pm Rizzoli & Isles (TNT) | When the Boston PD holds a seminar for medical examiners, an attendee (guest star country singer Craig Morgan) offers to help Jane and Maura solve the murder of husband-and-wife psychiatrists.
9 pm MasterChef (Fox) | Comfort food champion Paula Deen joins the judging panel. (And all the sticks of butter in the MasterChef pantry shiver in fear.)
9 pm Hollywood Heights (Nickelodeon) | Colorado rewards Phil’s loyalty. On the off chance that we’re talking about the state and not about the character, may I add that Denver is absolutely lovely this time of year?
9:30 pm Trust Us With Your Life (ABC) | Improv comedians re-enact moments from the life of British funny man Ricky Gervais. Isn’t that a little redundant?
10 pm Covert Affairs (USA Network) | Annie and Auggie travel to Barcelona to acquire a computer virus that China wants, too. Bonus points if they pronounce the city’s name as the locally correct Barthelona.
10 pm The Glee Project (Oxygen) | The contestants work on their theatricality as they make a video for Pussycat Dolls’ “When I Grow Up.” I can’t be the only person who mistakenly thought the lyrics for this song contained a silly synonym for “bosom” in it, right? Right?
11 pm Political Animals (USA Network) | In case Breaking Bad and/or The Newsroom and/or Longmire overwhelmed your DVR on Sunday, here’s another chance to get acquainted with the power-hungry Barrish clan, in this encore of the “limited series” premiere.
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