What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Dancing With the Stars’ 10th Anniversary Reunion on Tuesday

It’s night two of the Dancing With the Stars 10th Anniversary special, as past and present cast members reunite! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Tuesday 04/28/2015:

8:00 PM ET

Dancing With the Stars [LIVE] (“10th Anniversary Special”) – Past and present cast members, fan-favorite moments, the show’s largest opening number and a professional football player ensemble; Patti LaBelle, Lil’ Kim and Amber Riley perform. (ABC)

NCIS (“Troll”) – When a Navy ensign from the Office of Naval Intelligence is murdered, Special Agent Ned Dorneget (Matt Jones) from NCIS cyber operations helps investigate; Jake and Gibbs’ friendship is revealed. (CBS)

The Voice [LIVE] (“Live Top 8 Eliminations”) – Two artists are eliminated; performances Jason DeRulo and Rozzi Crane. (NBC)

Hell’s Kitchen (“9 Chefs Compete”) – Chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo judge when the teams compete to create dishes with exotic meats; Ramsay surprises the contestants with one-on-one evaluations; the two weakest chefs compete to remain in the running. (FOX)

The Flash (“The Trap”) – Cisco uses himself as prey in a trap he sets up for Wells with Barry, Caitlin and Joe; Eddie’s decision about Iris leaves Joe unsettled. (The CW)

The Day the ’60s Died – During an anti-war protest on May 4, 1970, four students are shot and killed at Kent State in Ohio. (PBS)

9:00 PM ET

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (“The Dirty Half Dozen”) – Gonzales and Coulson fight to put aside their differences as they work with an untrustworthy ally to attack Hydra. (ABC)

NCIS: New Orleans (“You’ll Do”) – Lasalle’s brother, Cade, needs the team’s help when he becomes a murder suspect — and cannot remember what happened; Lasalle is determined to prove Cade’s innocence, despite the wealth of evidence against him. (CBS)

New Girl (“Panty Gate”) – Schmidt sacrifices himself to help Fawn out of a scandal; Jess dubs herself a love doctor; Coach must make a life-changing decision. (FOX)

iZombie (“Maternity Liv”) – When a pregnant woman dies leaving her baby behind, Liv develops a strong maternal instinct from eating her brain; Major makes a discovery. (The CW)

The Real Housewives of New York City (“The Art of Being a Cougar”) – After a wild night, Carole catches up with Heather at the High Line to discuss her dating life; Sonja and Luann show up with much younger dates when Bethenny throws herself a last-minute birthday dinner; Carole flirts with Luann’s chef, Adam. (Bravo)

Dance Moms (“Showdown in Pittsburgh, Part 1”) – The team returns to Pittsburgh to tie up loose ends before they move to Los Angeles; Abby schedules the team to attend a competition and a convention; Holly organizes a premiere party for Nia’s music video. (Lifetime)

Undateable (“A Sibling Rivalry Walks Into a Bar”) – After the blind date Danny sets Leslie up with goes awry, Justin steps up when she needs someone to go with her to a work event; Shelly helps Burski get a suit. (NBC)

Botched (“The Bacon Bra”) – The doctors assist a female bodybuilder who wants to look more feminine; Paul performs surgery on a woman with large nostril anxiety; and Katella Dash will do anything to look like a human blow-up doll. (E!)

If Loving You Is Wrong (“Whose Baby”) – Alex experiences contraction-like symptoms and is rushed to the doctor; Brad demands a paternity test. (OWN)

Funny Girls (“Fake Drake”) – Yamaneika goes out with a celebrity look-alike; Nicole’s lesbian stand up set has everyone cracking up except for Scout; Ester’s long-time fling shoots her SNL casting tape. (Oxygen)

19 Kids and Counting (“Family Dinner”) – Jessa cooks dinner for Ben in their first home; Anna and Jill make a special craft while Josh teaches Derick about being a dad. (TLC)

9:30 PM ET

One Big Happy [SEASON FINALE] (“Wedlocked”) – Luke disappears after discovering a secret Prudence had been keeping, putting their future and her immigration status in jeopardy; Lizzy comes up with an idea that surprises everyone. (NBC)

Weird Loners (“The Weirdfather”) – Eric goes with Stosh when he visits his 12-year-old son for the first time; Zara starts to find Caryn clingy and overbearing. (FOX)

19 Kids and Counting (“Nesting and Room Re-Do”) – Since Jill and Jessa have moved out, the Duggar girls decide it’s time for a bedroom-redo; shopping for nursery furniture; Anna’s first midwifery appointment; Josie’s medical crisis. (TLC)

10:00 PM ET

20/20 (“Captive: A Journey of Survival and Hope — A Special Edition of 20/20”) – Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus discuss their memoir, their abduction by Ariel Castro, their time in captivity and events that took place in Castro’s house, and how they are rebuilding their lives. (ABC)

Person of Interest (“Asylum”) – Fusco and Reese are caught in a rivalry between two crime bosses, Elias (Enrico Colantoni) and Dominic (Winston Duke); a clue regarding Shaw’s location may result in Root and Finch being caught in a trap. (CBS)

Tosh.0 – A child who is not microwave-safe is redeemed; games rather than humor; making grieving for loved ones fun. (Comedy Central)

Chicago Fire (“We Called Her Jellybean”) – An apartment fire with connections to a rape and attempted murder leads to a joint investigation with the CPD and Sgt. Benson of the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit; Dawson risks her life during a call. (NBC)

Chopped (“All-Stars Tournament: Part 1”) – Chefs Madison Cowan, Eric Greenspan, Brian Malarkey and Art Smith fight it out; the first round features a slimy ingredient; the entree round basket contains a beautiful fish. (Food Network)

Finding Carter (“Wake Up Call”) – The school counselor advises Carter to take her studies more seriously; Taylor learns the truth about David’s past; Max’s job poses a threat. (MTV)

Your Family or Mine (“The Will”) – Gil’s aunt dies and leaves behind a potential fortune; Shawni asks Oliver and Kelli to be her horrible son’s guardians. (TBS)

7 Little Johnstons (“Call off Easter?”) – The pressure is on to finish the kitchen renovation before entertaining guests for Easter; a project ends in disaster and the family reels after Amber is caught in a fire. (TLC)

Younger (“Shedonism”) – Diana tasks Liza with running a book launch party for a demanding author; Maggie encounters an old crush; Kelsey starts to fall for her new author. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

Inside Amy Schumer (“Cool With It”) – Amy takes off her makeup; going out to a strip club; Amy dates a rap star. (Comedy Central)

Newlyweds: The First Year (“Great Expectations”) – After spending a day with Laura’s adorable niece, Sam decides it’s time to get their eggs tested; Erik and Nadine consult a financial planner; Rouvaun tells Toi she must increase customer traffic at her store; Kirk and Laura get good news. (Bravo)

11:00 PM ET

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

11:30 PM ET

Watch What Happens: Live – TV personalities Sonja Morgan and Lea Black. (Bravo)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Rosie Perez!”) – Rosie Perez (“The View,” Broadway’s “Fish in the Dark”); a viewer plays for cash in Wendy’s Spring Cha-Ching sweepstakes. (BET)

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Alex Anfanger; Lenny Jacobson; Stephen Tobolowsky. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is joined by Journalist George Stephanopoulos. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan features Actor Zach Woods; musical artist The Lone Bellow. (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 Actor Jeremy Renner; actress Edie Falco; Tori Kelly performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With David Letterman is joined by Actor Michael Keaton; Future Islands performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live welcomes Tim McGraw performs; actress Patricia Heaton. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers features Actor John Cleese; actress Linda Cardellini; politician Barney Frank; Jack Antonoff performs with The 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden has Actress Anna Faris; actor Tituss Burgess; author David George Gordon. (12:35 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly is joined by Actor Paul F. Tompkins; musical group MisterWives; director Billy Corben. (1:35 AM, NBC)

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