What to Watch Tonight

Librarians Finale, Special Scorpion, 3 Premieres and More

  • Fox
    NFC Championship Game

    Who will represent the National Football Conference in Super Bowl XLIX? Find out as the Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers.

  • CBS
    AFC Championship Game

    Meanwhile, the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots go head-to-head to decide the American Conference title.

  • Disney Channel
    Austin & Ally

    Season 4 premiere: When Ally hosts a homecoming show in Miami, the gang reunites for the gig. Meanwhile, Austin contemplates military school. (See photos.)

  • ABC
    Galavant

    First, our heroes encounter a sect of singing monks (led by Weird Al). Then, disgraced magician Xanax (Ricky Gervais) helps the king down a path of self-discovery.

  • Disney Channel
    K.C. Undercover

    Series premiere: High schooler K.C. Cooper (Shake It Up!’s Zendaya) learns that her parents are spies — and then is recruited to join them. Her first assignment: Tracking down a virus that could render mobile devices useless. (The stuff of nightmares, really.)

  • TNT
    The Librarians

    First up, a missing person investigation uncovers a possible alien invasion. Then in the 9pm season finale, Dulaque changes the course of fate, allowing Baird to move through alternate timelines that reveal the changing destinies of the librarians. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Showtime
    Shameless

    Frank is invited to a special Father’s Day dinner with all the other organ recipients; Sheila considers an offer from two lesbians. (P.S. Hear the good news?)

  • HBO
    Girls

    At her first grad school seminar, Hannah warns fellow writers that her piece might trigger intense emotions… but doesn’t get the feedback she had hoped for.

  • CBS
    Scorpion

    Special night! In a post-AFC Championship episode, Team Scorpion must uncover a mole inside the CIA. To that end, Paige gives Walter a flirting lesson.

  • PBS
    Grantchester

    Series premiere: James Norton (Death Comes to Pemberley) stars as Sidney Chambers, a vicar-turned-amateur investigator who partners with police inspector Geordie Keating (Robson Green, Northern Lights) to look into the mysterious death of a parishioner.

  • Showtime
    House of Lies

    Marty proves his savvy when he meets electric car mogul Ellis Hightower (comedian Demetri Martin). Meanwhile, Jeannie is forced to reveal a difficult truth.

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23 Comments
  1. Jess says:

    Lost Girl (Canada)

  2. Tuning for Revenge and Looking , which were not mentioned.

  3. Brigitte says:

    I don’t understand how The Librarians is having a “season finale”. Ten episodes? That’s a mini-series. Why are there so many shows now that are producing such a limited run? You just start to like something and its over for the season.

    • analog says:

      It’s cable. They usually produce 8-13 eps a season. They don’t follow the standard 22 eps season of networks.

    • yurie says:

      Many times it’s a good thing because it helps in cutting out the fluff and filler so that the show can deliver a tight and well-paced season. Look at Banshee and Justified for example. Both wouldn’t be as impactful as they are had they been 22-24 episode shows.

    • Jake says:

      It’s all about money. Networks, both cable and Big 4, are figuring out that they don’t need to invest in 22 episodes to have success with certain shows. So you are seeing more and more limited series that are designed to be just that or can be bought for more episodes in the next season. And it works, for the most part.

  4. Tran says:

    Austin & Ally, KC Undercover and Liv & Maddie. I’ll watch Scorpion On Demand. BTW, GO PATRIOTS & SEAHAWKS!!

  5. rebecca says:

    GO PATRIOTS!!!!! after the game I’ll be watching Shameless!

  6. bj says:

    Scorpion, Revenge,Grantchester and The Librarians (PVR),

  7. Maryann says:

    Librarians
    Grantchester
    Galavant
    Scorpion later on demand

  8. Ashley says:

    Emily and Victoria together in a cage is at the top of my list.

  9. lizo says:

    really hope Librarians gets renewed

  10. ... says:

    Looking
    Revenge
    Shameless
    House of Lies
    Episodes

  11. LAwoman says:

    Downton
    Girls
    Togetherness
    Episodes

  12. HAP says:

    I’m in the Pacific Time Zone, and all the listing sources I have checked show CBS with a three hour block of The Good Wife from 8-11. No Scorpion. What gives?

    • Wendy Reynolds says:

      I believe Scorpion will be on at 7, right after the game. (I’m in the Pacific Time Zone myself and saw it presented like that on Direct TV).

  13. Bill says:

    Football, Revenge and Resurrection

  14. firemeer says:

    resurrection.scorpions and shameless

  15. BTM says:

    Downton Abbey
    Grantchester
    Midsomer Murders
    DVR: Galavant