On TV this Tuesday: Chicago‘s Firehouse 51 comes under threat, New Girl plans a big proposal, the Legends protect a would-be Commander in Chief and a Suburgatory alum gets duped. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Dangerous Fire, Sexy Michael Bolton, Imposters and More
Michael Bolton's Big Sexy Valentine's Day Special
In this comedy special, the singer performs new “love-making music,” and is joined by Master of Sex‘s Michael Sheen and Sarah Silverman, and SNL vets Andy Samberg, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, Casey Wilson and Chris Parnell.
The team works with The Sherlocks — who now count DiNozzo, Sr. (Robert Wagner) as a member — to solve the murder of a Petty Officer.
After Frankie learns that her days of having kids are over, Mike agrees to babysit the neighbors’ baby in a bid to cheer her up. (Psst… hear the good news?)
Winston asks for Schmidt and Cece’s help executing his big plan to propose to Aly; Reagan sets up a book signing for Nick.
Booth and Brennan investigate the death of a golfer-turned-lumberjack; Hodgins secretly analyzes bacteria that he believes could exonerate Zack.
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
The Legends travel to 1776 to protect George Washington and preserve the history of the Revolutionary War. (Which vigilante is on track to join the Berlantiverse?)
Switched at Birth
A discussion about race relations and free speech arises after a photo of Daphne and Mingo at a costume party goes viral.
Firehouse 51 discovers that a dangerous man is on the loose with a vendetta against Casey and the squad; Antonio’s ex (P.D.‘s America Olivo) resurfaces.
Series premiere: Two men (including Suburgatory‘s Parker Young) learn that they are married to the same woman (Gang Related‘s Inbar Lavi), a con artist who has robbed them of everything.
Series premiere: Veep‘s Sam Richardson and SNL vet Tim Robinson star as ad men in pursuit of their first big client. (The Tosh.0 Season 9 premiere airs at 10 pm.)