What to Watch Tonight

Constantine Finale, Grimm Catfight, Bosch and More

  • Amazon

    Series premiere, 10 episodes: LAPD Det. Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver, Sons of Anarchy) investigates the discovery of a child’s bones in the Hollywood hills. Jamie Hector (The Wire), Amy Aquino (ER), Lance Reddick (Fringe), Annie Wersching (Castle), Sarah Clarke (24) and Jason Gedrick (Luck) also star. (Read preview.)

  • ABC
    General Hospital

    Baby Daddy’s Melissa Peterman and Derek Theler, as well as Cristela’s Cristela Alonzo, come to Port Charles in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

  • Disney Channel
    Bad Hair Day

    A high school senior (Laura Marano, Austin & Ally) is recruited by a disgraced cop (Leigh-Allyn Baker, Good Luck Charlie) to find a stolen necklace. (Get scoop.)

  • NBC

    Season (series?) finale: John and Zed assist Det. Corrigan with a missing persons case, while Papa Midnite plans his revenge.

  • CBS
    Hawaii Five-0

    Five-0 investigates the killing of a journalist, prompting the manhunt for a Congolese warlord (Barkhad Adbi, Captain Phillips).

  • Fox

    New Directions’ members rally around Rachel when her childhood home is sold, and Will teaches Vocal Adrenaline’s bullies about tolerance.

  • NBC

    Nick is hesitant to ask an old foe for help; Viktor (recurring guest star Alexis Denisof) educates Adalind on the advantages of well-played diplomacy.

  • ABC
    Shark Tank

    The Sharks are pitched a line of custom sandals with charitable benefits, and a new sports bra is touted as “a fanny pack for your rack.”

  • Cinemax

    Lucas pursues Chayton, as the FBI preps to raid the Redbone wilderness compound; Rebecca’s vexed by her uncle’s romance with Emily. (Hear the news?)

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Guests include X-Files vet David Duchovny, documentary filmmaker Robert Kenner (Food, Inc.) and TakePart Live host Baratunde Thurston.

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  1. SK says:

    GRIMM! Can’t wait to see this Beist fight between Juliette and Adalind. My money’s on Juliette.

  2. Justin says:

    Hawaii 5-0
    Blue Bloods

  3. James says:

    12 Monkeys

  4. dman6015 says:

    Constantine (might as well hang in there until the bitter end!)

  5. AnnieM says:

    Grimm & Bill Maher

  6. Maryann says:

    Blue Bloods
    Hawaii Five-0

  7. Joey Padron says:

    Constantine, Hawaii Five-0, The Tonight Show and DVR 12 Monkeys watch after Hawaii Five-0.

  8. kirads09 says:

    Constantine (please – hoping for a miracle renewal here.)

  9. Nick says:

    Constantine…and catch up on all the other shows I didn’t have time to watch this week.

  10. KC says:

    DVR: 12 Monkeys

  11. Tran says:

    Hawaii Five-O. How many times could Scott Caan can be in an episode he’s on and cannot be in an episode he’s on this season?

  12. will says:

    Blue Bloods

  13. Television says:

    Love Constantine and Grimm

  14. bella says:

    Hawaii Five-0 (DVRing Grimm)
    Blue Bloods

  15. Jax&Juice's Girl says:

    GRIMM….Juliette is gong to WIN this ”beist fight”!!!

  16. Constantine! This is the only good show on NBC! Period! End of story! The only reason I catch Grimm now is because it’s on after Constantine.

  17. Since says:

    Constantine and 12 Monkeys

  18. Jess says:

    Hawaii Five 0
    Blue Bloods
    Twelve Monkeys

  19. JImN says:

    Watched the first 4 episodes of Bosch. Excellent work. Stays close to the books. See it if you can. Very enjoyable.

  20. Amy H says:

    Just binge watched Bosch. Definitely worth watching!