What to Watch Tonight

It's Always Sunny and Match Game Return, New Star and More

  • NBC

    Jane and Weller race to find Patterson and an amnesiac Roman, who is on the loose. (Also tonight: A new episode of Law & Order: SVU.)

  • Fox
    Lethal Weapon

    Riggs and Murtaugh find themselves caught in the middle of a turf war between drug dealers and a Koreatown gang. (Read preview.)

  • Fox

    Series premiere: Star, Alex and Simone work on a demo in hopes of landing a gig; Roland and his wife (Empire‘s Naomi Campbell) expose a secret that could destroy the trio. (What did you think of December’s “preview”?)

  • CBS
    Criminal Minds

    Rossi receives a call on his birthday from serial killer Tommy Yates (Adam Nelson), who reveals the whereabouts of his latest victim. (Also tonight: New episodes of Undercover Boss and Code Black.)

  • The CW

    Frank and Raimy devise a plan for Frank to kill the Nightingale; Raimy grapples with a moral decision. (Essentially cancelled.)

  • ABC
    Modern Family

    Back to You reunion anyone? Kelsey Grammer guest-stars as Cam’s ex, while Fred Willard returns as Dad to Ty Burrell’s Phil. (Also tonight: New episodes of The Goldbergs, Speechless and black-ish.)

  • ABC
    Match Game

    Season 2 premiere: Panelists include Jason Alexander, Cheryl Hines, Ice-T, Ellie Kemper, Wayne Brady and Caroline Rhea. (When is Designated Survivor back?)

  • NBC
    Chicago P.D.

    Intelligence believes it has a serial killer on its hands; Lindsay meets her biological dad; Voight welcomes his former protégé (Revenge‘s Nick Wechsler) to the team. (Read preview; watch sneak peek.)

  • FXX
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

    Season 12 premiere: The entire gang is turned black after an electric heating blanket shorts during a viewing of The WizNCIS: New Orleans‘ Scott Bakula guest-stars. (Already renewed.)

  • FXX
    Man Seeking Woman

    Season 3 premiere: Josh falls in love with Lucy (How to Get Away With Murder‘s Katie Findlay), but the happy couple struggles with their living situation.