What to Watch Tonight: John Oliver's Daily Show Adieu, Pitch Premiere, Heavenly Motive & More
On TV this Thursday: John Oliver vacates the Daily Show desk, The Pitch forks over some new episodes, Burn Notice comes under friendly fire and Motive finds some angels with filthy souls. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm The Big Bang Theory (CBS) | Repeat to Revisit: The guys and their ladies celebrate Valentine’s Day the way only they can: with arguments, comic-book-store singles and In Case of Emergency forms.
9 pm Project Runway (Lifetime) | The designers are split into teams to create mini-collections inspired by items from four very different retailers.
9 pm Motive (ABC) | Flynn and Vega’s investigation starts spiritual but turns seedy when they wind up poking around the world of organized crime.
9 pm Burn Notice (USA Network) | One of Michael’s old friends is digging up secrets that could expose his cover. So, Michael: How far are you willing to go to protect the mission?
10 pm Rookie Blue (ABC) | Chris’ son is kidnapped while in Andy and Nick’s care – and in the search for the boy, Swarek becomes all too aware of Andy and Nick’s budding relationship.
10 pm Hollywood Game Night (NBC) | Tonight’s gamers include Kristin Chenoweth (Pushing Daisies), Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives), Dominic Monaghan (Lost), Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation), Molly Shannon (Saturday Night Live) and Wilmer Valderamma (That ’70s Show).
10 pm Wilfred (FX) | Ryan, Wilfred and a wily old friend struggle to outfox each other.
10 pm Sullivan & Son (TBS) | In the middle of a huge prank war, Susan helps Carol through a difficult audit. Jason Kravits (The Practice) guest-stars.
11 pm The Pitch (AMC) | Season 2 premiere: The rapidly expanding College Hunks Hauling Junk company needs help becoming a household name, so two ad agencies compete for the honor.
11 pm The Daily Show With Jon Stewart (Comedy Central) | Let’s get a slow clap going for Oliver – tonight is his last episode behind the fake anchor desk — who truly held his own during Stewart’s absence. Simon Pegg (Star Trek) is Oliver’s final guest.
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