What to Watch Tonight

Fisher/Reynolds Docu, This Is Us Marathon and More

  • BET
    Being Mary Jane Marathon

    Through Monday at midnight | Ahead of the Gabrielle Union drama’s Jan. 10 return, here’s your chance to binge on Seasons 1-3. (Get casting scoop.)

  • USA Network
    This Is Us Marathon

    Through 11 pm | Get hooked on (or revisit) the Golden Globe-nominated drama, leading up to Tuesday’s midseason premiere.

  • HBO
    Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

    Filmed in 2014-15, this new documentary explores the complex relationship between Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds and her daughter/Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher, both of whom died last month, a day apart. (Watch trailer.)

  • CBS

    Time slot premiere: Eric tries to help a baseball player in need of a bone marrow transplant. The catch? His donor is currently being held hostage for $5 million.

  • Lifetime
    Under the Bed

    A woman (Black Sails‘ Hannah New) befriends via social media a man (Blunt Talk‘s Pat Healy) who almost immediately takes up residence in her home and hides out under her bed; Beverly D’Angelo (Mom) co-stars.

  • Fox
    Sleepy Hollow

    Encore presentation: In the Season 4 premiere, Ichabod faces new evils in D.C., where he meets Homeland agent Diana Thomas. (Saw it? Grade it!)

  • Disney XD
    Star Wars Rebels

    Two episodes: The crew discovers a surprise waiting for them in Geonosis upon a return visit to find a missing rebel team. (Watch trailer.)

  • Hallmark
    Love on Ice

    A former figure skater (General Hospital‘s Julie Berman) falls for her coach (Against the Wall‘s Andrew Walker), who gives her a second chance at glory; Gail O’Grady (Revenge) co-stars.

  • BBC America
    The Graham Norton Show

    Two episodes: Guests include Will Smith, Helen Mirren and Martin Freeman (at 10 pm), and Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel, Felicity Jones and Bruno Mars (at 11 pm).

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Repeat to Revisit: Tom Hanks introduces the world to David S. Pumpkins. Plus, Lady Gaga performs. Any questions? (Watch Top 10 sketches from the fall.)

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  1. MMD says:


  2. Ron says:

    Tonight: The Graham Norton Show. Plus catch up on some random Netflix/Hulu/Amazon Prime shows. I’ll check out Bright Lights sometime within the week on HBO Now.

  3. Tom says:

    Yes. Why do you find David S. Pumpkins so fascinating?

  4. Collette says:

    PBS all evening. Agatha Raisin: The Quiche of Death, Death in Paradise, and DCI Banks.

  5. Marie58 says:

    Bright Lights doc (Debbie & Carrie)