TV Listings for Tuesday 03/03/2015 – ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’, ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Premiere

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns along with a new season of Hell’s Kitchen! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the listings for Tuesday, March 3, 2015:

8:00 PM ET

The Voice (“The Blind Auditions, Part 3”) – Hopefuls perform for the judges. (NBC)

Hell’s Kitchen [SEASON PREMIERE] (“18 Chefs Compete”) – Ramsay splits the contestants into two teams along gender lines and asks them to present their signature dishes, with the winning team getting a night with William Shatner. (FOX)

Pretty Little Liars (“To Plea or Not to Plea”) – Alison is offered a plea bargain if she names one of the Liars as her accomplice; Spencer enjoys a night out in London. (ABC Family)

Fresh Off the Boat (“Showdown at the Golden Saddle”) – Things start looking up when Louis gets a billboard for the restaurant in an ideal location, but repeated vandalism causes problems; Eddie tries to get a girl’s attention. (ABC)

8:30 PM ET

Repeat After Me – Celebrities Beth Behrs, Chris Harrison and Usher receive instructions from Wendi McLendon-Covey as they interact with random people in funny situations caught on camera. (ABC)

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [MIDSEASON PREMIERE] (“Aftershocks”) – Coulson and the team are faced with the consequences of the war with Hydra as revelations threaten to destroy them; Hydra makes a move. (ABC)

New Girl (“Walk of Shame”) – After partying at Bearclaw’s, Jess and Cece return to a familiar face at the loft; Coach worries about letting Nick and Winston around his new girlfriend. (FOX)

Switched at Birth (“Player’s Choice”) – Daphne is encouraged to rush a sorority; Travis’ popularity as a baseball player affects his relationship with Mary Beth; Toby wants Lily to move in with him. (ABC Family)

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (“Amster-Damn!”) – In Amsterdam, Kim and Lisa Rinna continue to aggravate each other, culminating in an explosive dinner that causes Kyle to flee the scene; the women enjoy the local space cakes, but the fun sours when Brandi blows up at Kyle. (Bravo)

Dance Moms (“The Great Divide”) – The ALDC returns to Pittsburgh; the mothers are divided based on who stayed to film the music video and those who left; the group dance becomes a personal attack against the mothers; Abby discovers the team is in the teen division. (Lifetime)

The Haves and the Have Nots (“A Talk With Jim”) – Benny insists that Candace has changed her ways; Hanna is difficult to convince; Candace demands Jim’s attention. (OWN)

Face Off (“Dressed to Kill”) – Artists pick stunning avant-garde outfits as inspiration for their own stylish horror villains. (Syfy)

Rizzoli & Isles (“Gumshoe”) – The squad is forced to work with a private investigator when a clothing designer is found poisoned and his wife reported missing; Jane asks Maura to teach her mother how to handle her finances. (TNT)

19 Kids and Counting (“Invites and Ride-Alongs”) – Jessa and Ben ask Josh to design their wedding invitations; Jill makes a gift for Derick’s mother; Jim Bob goes on a police ride along with John David. (TLC)

9:30 PM ET

The Mindy Project (“Fertility Bites”) – Mindy finds it more difficult to attract patients to her fertility clinic than she imagined; the nurses at Shulman & Associates try to get acquainted with Dr. Bergdahl. (FOX)

Storage Wars [SEASON FINALE] (“Too Fast, Too Curious”) – Jarrod has difficulty finding his groove in Riverside, Calif.; an item stumps Dave; Ivy tries a new strategy; Mary discovers the romantic side of purchasing lockers. (A&E)

Keyshia Cole: All In (“Bad Blood”) – Keyshia reunites with Frankie; Frankie and Elite confront each other; Frankie and Keyshia make a promise. (BET)

19 Kids and Counting (“Wedding Prep and Pies”) – Jason and James make a special recipe for the rehearsal dinner; Ben designs Jessa’s wedding ring; the girls visit a local florist. (TLC)

10:00 PM ET

Forever (“Social Engineering”) – A member of a secret “hack-tivist” group is murdered, leading Henry and Jon into the world of cyberterrorism; Abe remembers his days as an activist. (ABC)

Being Mary Jane (“No Eggspectations”) – Dr. Marrs delivers news; Cameron and Niecy negotiate; PJ is offered a business opportunity. (BET)

The Real World: Skeletons (“Wine and Roses”) – A mystery Skeleton is revealed to Madison; Tony is displeased with the new guest. (MTV)

Justified (“The Hunt”) – A visit from his baby daughter threatens to pull Raylan away from the hunt for a dangerous fugitive; Boyd takes Ava on a hunting trip that she may never come back from. (FX)

Tosh.0 – A Christian starts a campaign against energy drinks; Daniel details how viewers can get rich just by using their home computers. (Comedy Central)

Chicago Fire (“Red Rag the Bull”) – Severide steps in when Chief Pridgen tries to shift blame for a tactical error onto Casey; Mouch learns he fathered a child through a sperm donation; Brett and Cruz take Dawson on a double date. (NBC)

Shipping Wars (“Broken Dolls & Duck Boat Stalls”) – Jarrett attempts to protect antique Christmas dolls from cold conditions; Chris Kikelhan moves a WWII-era amphibious vehicle. (A&E)

Newlyweds: The First Year: Where Are They Now? – Season one couples return to discuss the challenges they’ve faced since the cameras stopped rolling, including a cross-country move, failed pregnancy attempts, financial woes, meddling in-laws and a heartbreaking separation. (Bravo)

Chopped (“Double Trouble”) – Four cooking duos compete; in the first round, the couples make appetizers that include date vinegar and chili-garlic-coated peas; the entree round basket contains a lively sea critter and sweet potato patties. (Food Network)

Born in the Wild [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Alaska: Remote and Unassisted”) – One hundred and fifty miles from the nearest hospital, a couple plan an outdoor birth close to home in remote Alaska. (Lifetime)

Perception (“Mirror”) – Pierce and Moretti uncover an international scandal while investigating the murders of a Bangladeshi diplomat and a Chicago reporter; Moretti struggles with the preparations for her upcoming wedding. (TNT)

Sirens (“Let Pythons Be Pythons”) – A car crash at a firehouse releases an unusual passenger; Billy accompanies Theresa and Maeve to a sample sale. (USA Network)

10:30 PM ET

Kroll Show (“The Commonwealth Games”) – Show Us Your Songs travels all over the British Commonwealth searching for talent; Bryan La Croix has a huge fight with Gene Creemers; Murph’s gambling lands him problems in Pittsburgh. (Comedy Central)

11:00 PM ET

The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2 (“Total Eclipse of the Heart”) – The “Battle of the Ex-iled” reigning champions are revealed, and drama erupts, changing the dynamics of the game. (MTV)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

11:30 PM ET

Watch What Happens: Live – TV personalities Kim Gedeon, Alaska Gedeon, Tina Sugandh and Tarz Ludwigsen (“Newlyweds: The First Year”). (Bravo)


At Midnight With Chris Hardwicke – Kevin Smith; Matt Mira; Jessica Chobot. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is joined by Actress Sigourney Weaver. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan features Actor Norman Reedus; music artist Brandi Carlile. (11:00 PM, TBS)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore welcomes a panel of guests with unique views on pop culture and current events. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has Actress Judi Dench; actor Ansel Elgort; Gza and Tom Morello perform with The Roots. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Jimmy Kimmel Live is joined by Chef Gordon Ramsay; actress Bridgit Mendler; comic Beth Stelling. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers features Actor Tom Selleck; actress Anne Heche; author Marlon James; Kate Pierson sits in with the 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show welcomes Guest host Drew Carey; actress Angela Kinsey; comic Paula Poundstone. (12:35 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly has Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead; Natalie Prass performs; musician Jonny Two Bags. (1:35 AM, NBC)

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