What to Watch Tonight

Glee and Banshee Return, Blue Bloods' 100th and More

  • Fox
    Glee

    Season 6 premiere, two hours: The final season opens with Rachel returning to Lima and reinstating/leading the glee club. As Homecoming approaches, her pals (read: the original New Directions, plus some) head to Ohio to help her out. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • The CW
    Hart of Dixie

    Time-slot premiere: In a rerun of last month’s season opener, Zoe struggles to get Wade to notice her romantic gestures.

  • Disney Channel
    Jessie

    Season 4 premiere: Convinced that Jessie is heading to Africa to reunite with ex-fiancé Brooks, the Ross kids follow her. Hakuna matata?

  • ABC
    Last Man Standing

    Home Improvement reunion alert! Tim Allen acts opposite his former TV wife Patricia Richardson, who guest-stars as a noisy neighbor known for her notorious fix-it projects. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • ABC
    Cristela

    Trent and his wife Veronica (guest star Roseanne Barr) are having marital problems… so when Veronica offers Cristela a job at her law firm, things get awkward.

  • CBS
    Hawaii Five-0

    Lost reunion! Rebecca Mader guest-stars, as Kono and Chin go undercover on the priceless art black market. Willie Garson (White Collar) also guest-stars.

  • The CW
    Masters of Illusion

    Midseason premiere: Tonight’s illusionists include Alana, Murray SawChuck, Shimshi and Michael Turco.

     

  • Cinemax
    Banshee

    Season 3 premiere: Lucas, Brock and Siobhan exact payback on a skinhead responsible for Emmett’s death; Carrie’s revelations about her past raise significant challenges. (Watch a trailer and get scoop!)

  • CBS
    Blue Bloods

    Baggage100th episode: Danny is conflicted when he learns that a robbery was pulled off by a group of Army vets; Garrett and Gormley argue about how to deal with a high-profile bomb scare. Christina Bennett Lind (All My Children) guest-stars.

  • HBO
    Real Time with Bill Maher

    Season 13 premiere: Talking Dead/@midnight host Chris Hardwick, late-night king Jay Leno and author Salman Rushdie help Maher kick off his new spate of shows.