What to Watch Tuesday: Supernatural Goes to the Dogs, S.H.I.E.L.D. Meets Item 47 and More

SupernaturalOn TV this Tuesday: Supernatural‘s Winchesters are doggedly determined, Brooklyn Nine-Nine races the clock, S.H.I.E.L.D. features an Avengers-adjacent agent and Face Off finishes up. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked here), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm NCIS (CBS) | Ralph Waite (The Waltons) returns as Jackson Gibbs, who needs his son’s help to reconnect with a former war pilot. Meanwhile, Tony and McGee argue over who should lead the team’s investigation of a Marine’s murder. (Read our November sweeps preview.)

8 pm Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC) | Titus Welliver (Deadwood) reprises his role of Agent Blake from the Avengers-related short film Item 47, when an elusive killer leaves a trail of “floating bodies.”

8 pm The Originals (The CW) | Klaus goes to extremes to protect Hayley and their unborn baby; Marcel seeks advice from an old friend. (Get scoop!)

8 pm Ravenswood (ABC Family) | The gang holds a séance to convince Luke that something is supernaturally not kosher in the town; Olivia investigates her dad’s demise.

8:30 pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox) | When Jake makes an arrest without much proof, he forces his colleagues to spend their weekends helping him crack the case before the perp goes free. Hip-hop artist Kid Cudi guest-stars. (Watch a sneak peek.)

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9 pm Supernatural (The CW) | A spell designed to let Dean communicate with a murder-witnessing German Shepherd comes with bizarre side effects. (If he starts humping Sam’s leg, so much fan fic will have come true.)

9 pm Face Off (Syfy) | Season finale: Laura, Roy and Tate are left as the special effects make-up competition comes to its close. (Yep, renewed.)

9:30 pm Trophy Wife (ABC) | Jackie hooks up with Pete’s co-worker Sad Steve (Ben and Kate‘s Nat Faxon), a development that Pete and Kate initially fear but ultimately champion.

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10 pm Sons of Anarchy (FX) | Jax learns new secrets that turn his world sideways.

10 pm Person of Interest (CBS) | A mysterious hypnotherapist’s number comes up, while Carter tracks a shady antiquities dealer. Aaron Staton (Mad Men) and Jennifer Ferrin (The Following) guest-star.

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  1. SK says:

    Face Off

  2. Apples says:

    I’ve given up on SHIELD, but B-99 is the funniest new comedy and arguably the best freshman show this year. I hope more and more people keep discovering it and tuning in. I love Braugher as the straight-man captain. Fantastically funny.

    • Maryann says:

      I would love it if it were an ensemble comedy instead of The Andy Samberg Show. It should feature everyone equally and not be just his playpen.

      • Apples says:

        I think recent episodes have done this more. I agree that too much Samberg becomes too zany and unfunny. I loved the recent sideplot featuring Santiago and Boyle undercover on Halloween, for example. I want more unconventional partnerships like that.
        It definitely works best in an ensemble manner.

  3. YesMe. says:


  4. Maryann says:

    The Originals
    Person of Interest
    Chicago Fire

    I’ve given up on this season of Sons of Anarchy. I will decide at the end of the season whether to go back and watch when I read how much of a train wreck it has been for the characters.

  5. MariaD says:

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  6. ollie says:

    To supernatural poi

  7. NCIS
    Person of Interest

  8. Eric7740 says:

    The Originals, thats is all

  9. Tran 2.0 says:

    Agents of SHIELD (time to rebound after its ratings weren’t as good than it used to be). On Demand: Person of Interest. Next week, Chicago Fire returns.

  10. Joey says:

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl excited to see Coach back on the show, The Mindy Project, and Awkward.

  11. KM says:

    The Originals
    Brooklyn 99
    New Girl
    The Goldbergs
    Face Off
    The Mindy Project
    Trophy Wife
    Sons of Anarchy

    I need a life.

  12. Miles R. says:

    The Originals
    The Voice

  13. Rae says:

    NCIS, NCIS LA, Person of Interest

  14. Lecholls says:

    New Girl, B99

  15. John says:

    POI, Spnl, SHIELD, Goldbergs.

  16. King says:

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Trophy Wife and some Modern Family repeats on USA.

  17. Bella says:

    NCIS, NCIS LA and Person of Interest. DVRing Supernatural

  18. murley says:

    Sheild, B99, the originals. Tomorrow I’ll catch up on New girl, Mindy Project, Goldbergs and trophy wife since there is nothing on Wednesday that I watch.

  19. Jared says:

    The Originals
    The Goldberg’s

  20. cassie says:

    from bad to worst, what other way they’ll find to scr*** dean i don’t know

  21. Justin says:

    NCIS, NCIS:LA, SHIELD, Real husbands of Hollywood and Person of Interest

  22. Angie says:


  23. Jared says:

    The Originals
    New Girl

  24. webly3 says:

    I’m watching so much, but the highlight will be Face Off finale! :D

  25. Bill says:

    Agents of SHIELD, Poi and Sons of Anarchy