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What’s On TV Tonight? – 4/16/2013

Credit: FOX

Credit: FOX

8:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Hell’s Kitchen (“15 Chefs Compete”) – Chef Martin Yan judges six Chinese dishes created by the remaining contestants; during dinner service, one team disappoints a VIP guest; a contestant is eliminated. (FOX)

The Voice (“The Battles Premiere, Part 2″) – The battle rounds continue; advisers Hillary Scott, Pharrell Williams, Sheryl Crow and Joel Madden help the coaches decide which artists to keep. (NBC)

Splash – The remaining celebrities compete; the two celebrities with the lowest scores face each other in a dive-off. (ABC)

Hart of Dixie (“This Kiss”) – Zoe and George try to prove that they don’t have feelings for each other; Wade and Lemon’s plans for the Rammer Jammer come to a halt; Brick offers free counseling for a week. (The CW)

In Performance at the White House (“Memphis Soul”) – A concert honors the soul sounds of the mid- to late-1960s that came from Memphis, Tenn. and record labels such as Stax-Volt Records. (PBS)

The Bad Girls Club: Atlanta (“Greece Up, Get Down”) – The girls head to Greece for the first annual Bad Girls Games; Alicia comes up with a plan to get revenge on Rocky. (Oxygen)

Deadliest Catch: The Bait (“Opening Day: King Crab”) – The captains take a look back at the previous season’s highlights and hardships. (Discovery)

9:00 PM ET

Dancing With the Stars – The couples face elimination; Selena Gomez, The Band Perry and Kerli perform. (ABC)

Ready For Love (“Meet Ben and Ernesto”) – Businessman Ben and charitable entrepreneur Ernesto each meet the women who will vie for their affections. (NBC)

Dance Moms (“May I Have This Dance?”) – Abby makes an announcement; Mackenzie and Asia compete for a featured part in a televised performance; the mothers are furious that Maddie has been promoted to assistant choreographer; Nia struggles to keep up with Asia in a duet. (Lifetime)

Don’t Be Tardy… [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Busting Out All Over”) – Kim and Kroy welcome baby Kash, but space in the townhouse is getting tight; Kim has second thoughts about buying an unfinished foreclosure; Kim’s mom isn’t done causing trouble. (Bravo)

Deadliest Catch [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Mutiny on the Bering Sea”) – Every ship in the fleet hopes to make a comeback, but it won’t be easy for any of them. (Discovery)

The 80’s: The Decade That Made Us (“Tear Down These Walls”) – America goes ”Back to the Future” when President Reagan is in office, and plucky individuals tackle AIDS and the Cold War. (NatGeo)

Find Me My Man (“The Virgin and the Freak”) – Shay is beautiful, yet ditzy; L’Tesia is a virgin who teases men with her sexy body. (Oxygen)

Storage Wars [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Auctioning for Dummies”) – Darrell hopes to score another major find as the bidders converge in Stanton, Calif.; Mark’s custom-made man purse is filled with cash; Nabila’s locker is fit for a dummy. (A&E)

19 Kids and Counting (“Pushups and Planting”) – Jim Bob and Josh are in for a rude awakening when they meet their new trainer; one of Jill and Jana’s clients goes into labor. (TLC)

9:30 PM ET

Storage Wars (“Breathalyze This”) – The buyers return to Huntington Beach, Calif.; Barry introduces kitsch king Charles Phoenix to the joys of an auction; Darrell loses his home-field advantage. (A&E)

19 Kids and Counting (“Coffee & Caricatures”) – Jessa and Jinger volunteer at a local coffee shop; Jackson and Johannah are drawing caricatures to collect funds for Josh and Anna’s baby gift. (TLC)

10:00 PM ET

Awkward [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Cha-cha-cha-changes”; “Responsibly Irresponsible”) – Changes during Junior year may impact Jenna’s future; Jenna reflects on loss and grieving; a secret is kept from Matty. (MTV)

Body of Proof (“Disappearing Act”) – A wealthy fund manager accused of defrauding investors is kidnapped; Megan gets closer to discovering the truth about her dad. (ABC)

Golden Boy (“Atonement”) – The investigation into a priest’s death leads to a criminal informant from a previous case; Agnes looks for her missing mother. (CBS)

American Hoggers (“Before the Storm”) – Jerry celebrates his victory over Ronnie Creek by spending business profits on Texas “artifacts”; Ronnie seeks redemption when a rancher claims a 500-pound hog is roaming his property. (A&E)

The Game (“Trashbox”) – Keira bids money on a date with Blue at a charity auction. (BET)

REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel – Politicized soccer fans are a powerful force in Egypt’s affairs; Christmas Abbott is the first female to be part of a NASCAR pit crew; David Samson; Boyd Melson donates his earnings to spinal cord research. (HBO)

Preachers’ Daughters (“Saints vs. Sinners”) – Olivia is at odds with her parents over their beliefs on Halloween; Kolby celebrates Halloween with a house party; Taylor and Marie keep the church going while Ken is in the hospital. (Lifetime)

The Kandi Factory (“Booty’s Tight, Timing’s Right”) – Mujjy struggles to overcome her conservative upbringing; Matthew Cash has impressive writing skills but lacks stage experience. (Bravo)

Tosh.0 – Daniel helps Bill Gates make a product that people enjoy using; Georgia gets up to speed on civil rights; a shirtless boy gets a Web redemption. (Comedy Central)

Deadliest Catch (“Legend of the Time Bandit”) – A brutal winter on the ice leaves the Bering Sea’s most notorious crab boat, the Time Bandit, severely damaged. (A&E)

Chopped (“Aussie Awesome”) – First basket, ingredients inspired by Australia; entree round, one chef makes very ambitious plans; dessert basket, lollies and lemon verbena. (Food Network)

The 80’s: The Decade That Made Us (“Super Power”) – At the end of the 1980s, American pop culture goes global and helps bring down the Iron Curtain, leaving the U.S. as the world’s sole superpower. (NatGeo)

Who Gets the Last Laugh? [SERIES PREMIERE] – Kunal Nayyar makes a strange traffic stop; Bill Bellamy creates a stinky situation; Jeff Dye creates a costly distraction. (TBS)

10:30 PM ET

The Jeselnik Offensive – Abby Elliot and Pete Holmes join Anthony; Who Wore It Better?; a commercial for Anthony’s new cologne. (Comedy Central)

Let’s Stay Together (“Troy Story”) – Kita’s relationship with Troy; Tasha becomes Crystal’s style coach; Jamal’s client base. (BET)

American Hoggers (“Breaking Point”) – The Creek Boys become fed up with Ronnie’s relentless pursuit of “Hogzilla”; Jerry’s behavior forces Krystal to make a big decision. (A&E)

11:00 PM ET

Preachers’ Wives [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Pilot”) – Women support their minister husbands. (Lifetime)

Late Night

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is joined by Actor Tom Cruise. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan welcomes Comedian Russell Brand; Jimmy Pardo; Beth Hart. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Chelsea Lately features Octavia Spencer; Kasher; Kerri Kenney-Silver; Brad Wollack. (11:00 PM, E!)

The Colbert Report has Actor Alan Cumming. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

Jimmy Kimmel Live welcomes Actor Mark Wahlberg; New Order performs. (11:35 PM, ABC)

The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson is joined by Actress Selma Blair; comic Nathan Fielder. (12:35 AM, CBS)

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