What to Watch Tonight

MythBusters' End Begins, AFC Wild Cards and More

  • ABC
    AFC Wild Card Game

    J.J. Watt leads the AFC South champion Houston Texans as they host Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs, who come into this game having won 10 in a row.

  • Discovery
    MythBusters

    Final season premiere: Adam and Jamie bid a fond farewell to their favorite pastime — blowing stuff up! — with two explosive tall tales.

  • CBS
    AFC Wild Card Game

    Ben Roethlisberger leads the Pittsburgh Steelers into Cincinnati to take on the Bengals.

  • ABC
    black-ish

    Through 10 pm | This micro-marathon includes four memorable episodes from the comedy’s second season.

  • Fox
    Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life

    Repeat to Revisit: Didn’t catch the pilot of this freshman sitcom? Catch up with this rerun of the series premiere, then tell us what you thought of the episode.

  • Lifetime
    My Sweet Audrina

    Based on V.C. Andrews’ novel, this psychological thriller centers on a young girl (India Eisley, The Secret Life of the American Teenager) with an inability to recall past events in her life — until mysterious circumstances allow her to remember the grim truth about her sister’s death.

  • Fox
    Bordertown

    Repeat to Revisit: Seth MacFarlane’s got another animated show on Fox, but if you missed its debut, you can watch it now.

  • Hallmark
    Love's Complicated

    Conflict-of-the-heart alert! When author Leah Townsend (Holly Marie Combs, Charmed) is enrolled in a group conflict resolution class (by her own boyfriend!), she meets a shock-jock radio DJ who, per the official synopsis, “makes Leah feel alive.”

  • NBC
    Shades of Blue

    Repeat to Revisit: Now’s your chance to catch up on Jennifer Lopez’s cop drama, which re-airs its series premiere tonight. (Then grade it!)

  • HBO
    J. Cole Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming

    Hip-hop recording artist J. Cole returns to his hometown of Fayetteville, N.C. (with special guests Jay-Z and Drake) to showcase all 13 songs from his third album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.