What to Watch Tonight

Undateable Finale, Grimm Returns, Vampire's New Night, the 100th Last Man and More

  • The CW
    The Vampire Diaries

    New time slot alert! Damon must face his greatest demons after winding up on the wrong end of Julian’s revenge plan. (Get scoop.)

  • NBC
    Undateable

    Season 3 finale (60 minutes): Justin enlists the Backstreet Boys to assist him with a surprise for Danny; the gang helps Candace retrieve something from ex-boyfriend Trent. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Fox
    MasterChef Junior

    Season 4 finale: The final two craft the most important menu of their (young) lives in an attempt to secure the $100,000 prize. (Not yet renewed.)

  • ABC
    Last Man Standing

    Episode 100: Mike and Vanessa wrongly assume that Kyle is about to propose to Mandy after spotting him with an engagement ring belonging to Ed.

  • PBS
    Mike Nichols: American Masters

    Director Elaine May documents the life and impact of The Graduate‘s late helmer, featuring interviews with Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Dustin Hoffman, Alec Baldwin, Paul Simon, Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane and many more.

  • The CW
    The Originals

    New time slot alert! Klaus declares war on Aurora and Tristian; Vincent uses his magic against his will. (Watch footage from the next TVD/Originals crossover.)

  • NBC
    Grimm

    Nick and the gang deal with the Wesen uprising and the shocking return of “Juliette,” who isn’t quite how they remember. (Get scoop.)

  • Fox
    Second Chance

    New time slot alert! Pritchard makes it his mission to prove to Duval that he was a good man, but first they’ll have to deal with another father-son duo, one that’s up to no good.

  • NBC
    Dateline: The State of Wisconsin vs. Steven A. Avery

    This deep dive into Making a Murderer includes a rare 2005 interview with Penny Beerntsen and new sit- downs with key players from the Avery/Halbach case.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Guests include filmmaker Adam McKay, political strategist Kristen Soltis Anderson, radio host Thom Hartmann and former Fla. Rep. Trey Radel.