TV Listings for Tuesday 02/17/2015 – Oscars Countdown, ‘The Flash’, ‘Justified’, More

Countdown to the Oscars: 15 Movies That Changed American Cinema anchors Tuesday! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Tuesday, February 17, 2015:

8:00 PM ET

NCIS (“Cabin Fever”) – When an explosion rocks a summit on global terror, the team suspects Gibbs’ archenemy is responsible; Gibbs tries to help Fornell after his wife’s murder. (CBS)

Parks and Recreation (“The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show”) – The last episode of Andy’s TV show brings his friends together. (NBC)

MasterChef Junior (“The Crème de la Crème … Brulee”) – The remaining four contestants must prepare 20 creme brulees; the cooks tackle a complex raspberry dessert; two contestants advance to the finale. (FOX)

The Flash (“Fallout”) – Caitlin is thrilled to have her fiance back after an explosion separates Ronnie and Dr. Stein; Mason Bridge tells Iris that something mysterious is going on at S.T.A.R. labs; Barry receives important information about time travel. (The CW)

Pretty Little Liars (“Pretty Isn’t the Point”) – Hanna enters a beauty contest and turns to Emily for help; Aria asks Andrew to keep an eye on Mike; Spencer joins Jonny for some questionable business. (ABC Family)

139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show (“Closing Night”) – Closing night of the 139th ceremony. (USA Network)

Fresh Off the Boat (“Persistent Romeo”) – Louis must hire a professional instructor to give the restaurant staff a sexual harassment seminar; Eddie tries to impress his friends during a sleep over. (ABC)

The Book of Negroes – Aminata escapes to Canvas Town when the Revolution breaks out in New York. (BET)

8:30 PM ET

Parks and Recreation (“Two Funerals”) – Leslie helps Tom prepare for a big evening; April and Ben conduct interviews; Donna and Andy assist Ron with a life change. (NBC)

Repeat After Me [SERIES PREMIERE] – Scott Foley, Sarah Hyland and Randy Jackson interact with everyday people in hidden-camera situations. (ABC)

9:00 PM ET

Marvel’s Agent Carter (“Snafu”) – Leviathan makes their move against Peggy when she is at her most vulnerable moment; the SSR closes in on Howard Stark. (ABC)

NCIS: New Orleans (“Le Carnivale de la Mort”) – A petty officer is murdered during Mardi Gras festivities; Pride contemplates what to tell his daughter about his strained relationship with his father. (CBS)

Marry Me (“Dead Me”) – Upset after Kay breaks up with her, Brianna takes out her frustrations by wiping out Jake’s identity; Gil jumps on a job opportunity at Jake’s company. (NBC)

New Girl (“Oregon”) – Jess and the gang travel to her childhood home in Portland, Ore., for her father’s wedding. (FOX)

Supernatural (“The Executioner’s Song”) – Sam, Dean and Castiel must deal with Cain’s (Timothy Omundson) return; Rowena and Crowley grow closer. (The CW)

Switched at Birth (“Fog and Storm and Rain”) – Kathryn’s mother arrives with a friend and some unexpected news; Emmett refuses to talk about the investigation involving Bay; Daphne visits Regina and receives several shocks. (ABC Family)

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (“Surprise!”) – Eileen organizes a table-read for her husband’s latest Hollywood script, and emotions run high; Brandi agrees to a 21-day cleanse but attending Lisa Vanderpump’s surprise birthday party causes her to second-guess her decision to stay sober. (Bravo)

Dance Moms (“Wild Wild West Coast, Part 1”) – The mothers’ patience with Abby grows thin during the ALDC’s last week in Los Angeles; Abby brings in two swing dancers that threaten the other girls’ chances at an audition; Abby’s job as a manager is put to the test. (Lifetime)

The Haves and the Have Nots (“April 7, 1979”) – Katheryn tells the story of how she met Jim Cryer. (OWN)

Face Off (“Troll Bridge”) – The remaining artists and their coaches feel the stress of a challenge where they must create trolls inspired by iconic bridges. (Syfy)

Rizzoli & Isles (“Bridge to Tomorrow”) – After Jane jumps from a bridge to save a prosecutor, Maura worries that she has lost her best friend; Angie enlists Frankie’s help to apply for new jobs. (TNT)

The Book of Negroes – After the British defeat, Aminata begins registering black Loyalists in The Book of Negroes. (BET)

19 Kids and Counting [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Jill’s Secret”) – The family prepares for Jessa’s upcoming wedding to Ben Seewald; from the budget to bridesmaid attire, Jessa knows what she wants; Jill reveals a life-changing announcement to her family. (TLC)

9:30 PM ET

About a Boy (“About a Boyfriend”) – Shea treats Marcus more like a personal assistant than a boyfriend; Fiona tries to be more spontaneous with Chris; Will chaperones Marcus and Shea’s date. (NBC)

The Mindy Project (“Lahiri Family Values”) – Mindy wants to start a practice with Rob in San Francisco, but her credit history impacts her ability to get a loan; Danny tries to reveal news of his impending move to the office. (FOX)

Storage Wars (“Leader of the Packed”) – An auction in Bellflower, Calif., includes big-money finds; Ivy scours through a bad buy for anything of value; Jarrod purchases a unit that forces Brandi to face her fears. (A&E)

TV Listings for Tuesday 02172015 - Oscars Countdown, 'The Flash', 'Justified', More

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10:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Countdown to the Oscars: 15 Movies That Changed American Cinema – Fifteen American films that altered Hollywood and filmmaking are revealed with anchor Robin Roberts; acclaimed actors, directors, film critics and historians reveal secrets behind these iconic movies. (ABC)

Person of Interest (“Q & A”) – When Reese tries to protect a software programmer leading a double life, it is unclear where the threat is coming from; a young hacker reaches out to Finch. (CBS)

Being Mary Jane (“Mary Jane Knows Best”) – Mary Jane undergoes a “free” fertility treatment; Niecy becomes Mary Jane’s new pet project. (BET)

Tosh.0 [SEASON PREMIERE] – Daniel takes the year’s most acclaimed movies down a peg; Daniel declares war on the Super Bowl champions. (Comedy Central)

Justified (“Sounding”) – Ava makes a drastic decision; Raylan turns to an old friend for help; a suspicious Duffy looks into Ava’s release from prison. (FX)

The Real World: Skeletons (“Brother in Arms”) – Bruno’s estranged brother, whom he has not spoken to in three years, visits, and the roommates witness Bruno’s temper. (MTV)

Chicago Fire (“Headlong Toward Disaster”) – A temporary chief fills in for Boden, who is forced to take some time off for personal reasons; Lt. Severide deals with an unwelcome addition to the squad; Brett becomes close to a girl she previously rescued; Casey starts seeing a new woman. (NBC)

Shipping Wars (“Crying for Your Art”) – Jarrett is all thumbs when it comes to handling a one-of-a-kind art piece; Marc raises and transports a massive sculpture garden. (A&E)

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (“Rule No. 92: Don’t Do the Crime If You Can’t Do the Time”) – Abby and Jake are getting along better than ever as they finalize their divorce; Delia’s affair with Gordon Beech jeopardizes her chances of becoming a partner at the law firm; Phoebe shares a secret history with one of the new mothers at school. (Bravo)

Chopped (“Reality Tv Stars”) – Reality stars Renee Graziano (“Mob Wives”), Travis Lofland (“Deadliest Catch”), Amy Roloff (“Little People, Big World”) and Kathy Wakile (“Real Housewives of New Jersey”) battle for their favorite charity. (Food Network)

Child Genius (“You Need to Stop Lying to Yourself”) – The remaining five children struggle through two grueling rounds featuring literature and the arts and inventions. (Lifetime)

Our Little Family [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Meet the Hamills!”) – A unique American family of little people; Jack starts kindergarten and Michelle worries if he will fit in with the average-sized kids. (TLC)

Perception (“Brainstorm”) – After Dr. Daniel Pierce suffers a traumatic injury, his father and his friend must decide if they should allow him to undergo a high-risk surgery; Pierce begins to question everything he sees and hears. (TNT)

10:30 PM ET

Cougar Town (“The Wild One, Forever”) – A hurricane floods a local high school gym and Jules volunteers Gray’s Pub as a venue for their prom; Andy and Ellie try to stop a gang of bullies; Travis and Grayson’s high school counterparts. (TBS)

Kroll Show (“Lizards vs. Penguins”) – PubLIZity plans a party for the Illuminati; the European offers to help an underground organization take the Illuminati down; Fabrice Fabrice hosts a game show called Crab Cab. (Comedy Central)

Our Little Family (“A Hamill Halloween”) – The family prepares for Halloween; starting new family traditions; Michelle thinks Jack is old enough to start doing chores. (TLC)

10:30 PM ET

Shipping Wars (“Looney Tunes Blues”) – Jenn tangles with a transit bus while hauling a load of Looney Tunes memorabilia; Dusty sets a record as he transports more than four tons of vinyl albums. (A&E)

11:00 PM ET

Watch What Happens: Live – TV personality Lisa Vanderpump. (Bravo)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2 (“That’s the Way Love Goes”) – The teams’ confidence unravels after enduring a stressful trivia test; a power couple makes a risky move during nominations. (MTV)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Celebrity Apprentice”) – Geraldo Rivera and Leeza Gibbons (“The Celebrity Apprentice”); viewers can win a Walt Disney World vacation from Wendy. (BET)

The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2 Aftershow – Johnny and Averey discuss their disastrous breakup and mutual hatred; Jay and Jenna are warned to watch their backs when they gain a new rival. (MTV)


Conan is joined by Comic Jack McBrayer; actress Lauren Cohan; puppet Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog; music artist Jackie Kashian. (11:00 PM, TBS)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon welcomes Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift; TV host John Oliver; Imagine Dragons perform. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With David Letterman features Actress Dakota Johnson; Twin Shadow performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live has Actress Kristen Bell; actor Chris Elliott; Big Sean performs. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers is joined by Actor Matthew Perry; actress Taraji P. Henson; actor Anders Holm. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show welcomes Guest host Thomas Lennon; actor Kal Penn; actress Lindsay Sloane. (12:35 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly features Actor Thomas Lennon; The Wolf performs. (1:35 AM, NBC)

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