What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Marvel’s Agent Carter’ Premiere, ‘The Flash’ on Tuesday

Marvel’s Agent Carter returns for Season 2 while The Flash is back for its midseason premiere! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for 01/19/2016:

8:00 PM ET

The Flash [MIDSEASON PREMIERE](“Potential Energy”) – Barry wants to tell Patty that he is The Flash; Joe and Iris get to know Wally; the team pursues a meta-human capable of slowing time down. (The CW)

Marvel’s Captain America: 75 Heroic Years – The history of Captain America and how the character has reflected the times from 1941 to present day; interviews with members of the Marvel family, including Stan Lee, Joe Quesada, Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet and Jeph Loeb. (ABC)

NCIS (“Deja Vu”) – A seaman who was prepared to testify before a grand jury is murdered, which leads the team to discover the resurgence of an international human trafficking ring; a storm causes power outages all over the city. (CBS)

Hollywood Game Night (“Way-ans to Go!”) – Contestants play party games with celebrities, including Marlon Wayans, Kevin Nealon, Bill Engvall, Mario López, Nicole Scherzinger and Miranda Cosgrove. (NBC)

New Girl (“Jury Duty”) – A possible work promotion interferes with Jess’ excitement for jury duty; Cece’s messiness pushes Nick over the edge. (FOX)

Pretty Little Liars (“Charlotte’s Web”) – Aria becomes the target of suspicion after she quickly returns to Boston; Emily hides the truth about her life in California; Alison keeps close watch on her friends. (Freeform)

8:30 PM ET

Grandfathered (“Baby Model”) – Vanessa and Jimmy get Edie into baby modeling without Gerald or Sara’s knowledge; Annelise falls for a restaurant staff member. (FOX)

What's On TV Tonight - 'Marvel's Agent Carter' Premiere, 'The Flash' on Tuesday

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Marvel’s Agent Carter [SEASON PREMIERE] (“The Lady in the Lake”; “A View in the Dark”) – When Peggy moves to Los Angeles to help investigate an unusual homicide, she is reunited with some familiar faces; an investigation could have huge ramifications for Peggy and those important to her. (ABC)

NCIS: New Orleans (“Undocumented”) – The staged suicide of a petty officer turns out to be murder; the team secretly works on an online dating profile for Pride. (CBS)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (“9 Days”) – Captain Holt and Jake contract the mumps during an investigation and decide to be quarantined together; Rosa tries to help Boyle mourn; Terry cleans up Hitchcock and Scully’s mess. (FOX)

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Their Time Is Now – Taking a look at new series “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”; interviews with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Phil Klemmer and Wendy Mericle. (The CW)

Shadowhunters (“The Descent Into Hell Isn’t Easy”) – Jace suspects that Clary’s memories are the key to locating Jocelyn and the Mortal Cup; Jace, Isabelle and Alec take Clary to face the Silent Brothers in the City of Bones; Simon attempts to adjust to his best friend’s new life. (Freeform)

Teen Wolf (“Codominance”) – Kira and her mother make a journey to help Kira deal with her dark side; Lydia is surprised at Eichen House. (MTV)

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (“Going Deep”) – Kyle holds a book signing event at her pop-up shop for friend Bethenny Frankel; Eileen shares a shocking secret about her past; Erika uses her private plane to pick up Yolanda who is recovering from surgery; Lisa Rinna runs into an old friend. (Bravo)

Total Divas [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Love Triangle”) – Nikki is unsure about telling John Cena about her ex-boyfriend’s advances; Paige feels the pressure to call off her engagement; Brie tries to pave a new career path for Bryan. (E!)

Dance Moms (“Mini Dancers, Big Drama”) – Abby’s new mini team arrives in Los Angeles and tensions are high; Abby is distracted by new mothers, new dancers and her legal troubles; Ashlee and Brynn are caught in Jill’s cross hairs as Kendall’s position on the team is threatened. (Lifetime)

The Haves and the Have Nots (“The Right Medicine”) – When Hannah learns information about her grandson that could change his life, she is appropriately shocked by it. (OWN)

Chicago Med (“Bound”) – Airplane stowaways are brought to the hospital with significant injuries; Cornelius Rhodes (D.W. Moffett) is honored after making a large donation to the hospital; Dr. Manning’s mother-in-law (Annie Potts) misunderstands Dr. Halstead’s intentions. (NBC)

IMPACT Wrestling – The World Heavyweight Championship is on the line; Gail Kim defends the Knockout Championship; The Wolves are in tag-team action; with Lashley, Jeff Hardy and others. (POPSD)

9:30 PM ET

DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League – Kevin Smith hosts a look behind the scenes of upcoming movies from the DC Films universe, featuring the trailer for “Suicide Squad.” (The CW)

The Grinder (“Exodus”) – Dean is crushed when Deb and Stewart ask him to find his own place to live; a rival law firm tries to poach Dean; Deb relies on Andre, Dean’s former stand-in, who is staying with the family. (FOX)

10:00 PM ET

The Shannara Chronicles (“Changeling”) – Amberle embarks on a deadly task to prove her worth to the Ellcrys; the Dagda Mor sends the Changeling, an ancient, shape-shifting Demon, to kill Amberle and anyone else in its way. (MTV)

Kate Plus 8 (“Blind Date”) – Deana sets Kate up on a blind date, which includes a fancy dinner, good conversation, and an exciting helicopter ride; Mady and Cara help keep the little kids busy at home. (TLC)

Limitless (“Stop Me Before I Hug Again”) – For his first field assignment, Brian goes to Quantico to help the unit that catches serial killers; Rebecca gets closer to discovering Sen. Morra’s connection to NZT. (CBS)

Chicago Fire (“The Path of Destruction”) – The city prepares for a tornado; Brett is forced to go to Boden about Chili’s erratic behavior; Otis asks Dawson for help with his women trouble; the Department of Homeland Security asks Severide for assistance with a suspicious home. (NBC)

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (“Rule No. 79: Labels Are for Canned Goods”) – Abby and Barbara go to SplitCon, a convention to provide services for people breaking up; Jo fights Charlene for control of her bakery and the attention of her daughter. (Bravo)

11:00 PM ET

Saving Hope (“Why Waste Time”) – Struggling to get her life back to normal, Alex finds inspiration from an immigrant doctor. (ION)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Martha Stewart”) – Martha Stewart (book “Martha Stewart Weddings”); Hot Topics. (BET)

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Patton Oswalt; Judah Friedlander; Shelby Fero. (Comedy Central)

Saving Hope (“Defense”) – Alex, Charlie and Joel operate on a malpractice lawyer; Zach deals with an unwanted patient; a patient returns with some insight. (ION)


The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is joined by Artist Jess Glynne. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan features Marisa Tomei; Noel Fielding; Purity Ring. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Watch What Happens: Live welcomes TV personalities Kyle Richards and Camille Grammer. (11:00 PM, Bravo)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore has Artist Romany Malco. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is joined by Comic Chelsea Handler; actor Fred Armisen; chef Mario Batali. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With Stephen Colbert welcomes Actor Charlie Day; actor Colin Hanks; Margo Price performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live features Actor Zach Galifianakis; actress Aubrey Plaza; Weezer performs. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers has Actor James Spader; actress Jenna Fischer; comic Gad Elmaleh; Josh Freese sits in with the 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden is joined by Actor Jane Lynch; actress Carrie Brownstein; actor Joel Edgerton. (12:35 AM, CBS)

What, if anything, do you plan on watching on TV tonight? Sound off in the comments!

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