What’s On TV Tonight? – Listings for 01/10/2013

What's On TV Tonight? - Listings for 01/10/2013

Credit: Cinemax

Banshee returns for Season 2 on Cinemax! Meanwhile, Helix has its long awaited series premiere on Syfy! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the listings for 01/10/2013:

8:00 PM ET

Last Man Standing (“All About Eve”) – Vanessa worries Eve will become an outcast after she posts one of Mike’s vlogs on her Facebook page; the Baxters have a run-in with the law. (ABC)

Going For Gold – Interviews with Golden Globe nominees, including Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt and the cast of “12 Years a Slave”, Bryan Cranston, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Idris Elba, Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan and Oscar Isaac. (NBC)

Bones (“The Ghost in the Killer”) – The team investigates when the remains of a girl who died 18 years earlier are delivered to Brennan and Booth’s house; Brennan dreams about Pelant. (FOX)

The Carrie Diaries (“Date Expectations”) – Devastating news changes Bennet’s and Walt’s lives; an exciting opportunity causes Sebastian to bail on Carrie on Valentine’s Day; Tom tries to help Dorrit start dating again. (The CW)

Oprah: Where Are They Now? (“Ralph Macchio, Tia and Tamera Mowry, Kenny Loggins & Peter Scolari”) – People who had early celebrity: The original “Karate Kid,” Ralph Macchio, Peter Scolari of “Bosom Buddies,” singer Kenny Loggins, and Tia and Tamera Mowry of “Sister, Sister” talk about the pros and cons. (OWN)

8:30 PM ET

The Neighbors (“Fear and Loving in New Jersey”) – Debbie and Marty give the Bird-Kersees self-defense lessons; Larry wants to build panic room; Jane interrupts Amber and Reggie’s date night. (ABC)

Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta: Unveiled (“There’s No I in Groom”) – A bride brings her fiance dress shopping; one bride hopes her weight loss will not cause too many alterations. Show facts, tweets and “bling” pictures. (TLC)

9:00 PM ET

Shark Tank – Mobile fitness company for kids; a way for fixing holes in walls; a solution for photos stacking up on smartphones; webcam privacy shield; Nuts N More update. (ABC)

Hawaii Five-0 (“O Kela Me Keia Manawa”) – One of Grover’s friends disappears after apparently committing a murder. (CBS)

Grimm (“Eyes of the Beholder”) – Hank’s physical therapist and her brother get caught up in the investigation of a gang-related homicide; upon learning her friend is a wesen, Juliette turns to Rosalee for advice. (NBC)

Raising Hope (“Hey There, Delilah”) – The bickering between Virginia and her visiting cousin leads Maw Maw to threaten to leave everything to the one who acts the most civil; Jimmy and Sabrina have difficulty finding a baby sitter. (FOX)

Live From Lincoln Center [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Richard Tucker at 100: An Opera Celebration”) – The Richard Tucker Foundation Gala celebrates the centennial of Tucker’s birth with arias and ensembles featuring Renée Fleming, Joyce DiDonato, Susan Graham and Isabel Leonard. (PBS)

Fashion Police – Joan Rivers and her team of consultants break down the fashion trends of the week. (E!)

Oprah’s Lifeclass (“Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant / Colorism: The Secret Shame”) – Oprah and Iyanla discuss colorism, predjudice and self-esteem. (OWN)

Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (“It Takes Two”) – Jenee has every detail planned out, except for her wedding dress; country-girl Jessica has a specific vision in mind for her dress. (TLC)

9:30 PM ET

Enlisted [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Pilot”) – Sgt. Pete Hill must serve as both big brother and military boss to his two brothers. (FOX)

Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (“Shiny, Happy, Bling!”) – Emily spent her youth covered in bling and now wants a traditional gown; fashionista Diana looks for a strapless gown; Jackie looks for her mother’s approval. (TLC)

10:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Banshee [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Little Fish”) – Lucas, Carrie and the Banshee PD face the consequences following their bloody shootout with Rabbit. (Cinemax)

Helix [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Pilot/Vector”) – CDC pathologist Dr. Alan Farragut and his team investigate a strange retrovirus and face unimaginable horrors; the team deals with the infected victims of an attack and tries to contain the virus. (Syfy)

20/20 (“Teens These Daze”) – The shooting of a drunk teen who mistakenly entered the wrong house; monitoring social media for information about partying teens; a surprising outcome to a missing teen’s disappearance; body image for teen boys. (ABC)

Blue Bloods (“The Bogeyman”) – Danny tracks the distributor of a new, deadly type of heroin; Frank does everything he can to help Danny get the drug off the streets. (CBS)

Dracula (“Come to Die”) – Grayson and Van Helsing have a falling out following the cancellation of their public demonstration. This leads Van Helsing to quickly seek revenge against Mr. Browning and his family. (NBC)

Best Week Ever – VH1’s irreverent look at the big pop culture topics of the week. (VH1)

Sweet Home Alabama (“Home Sweet Home”) – Kelsey takes the remaining fellows to her parents’ home in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where they vie for her family’s approval. Kelsey’s mom communicates her desire that her daughter remain close to home. (CMT)

Something Borrowed, Something New (“Can You Drop It Like It’s Hot?”) – A handmade dress doesn’t fit the bill with an outspoken bride. (TLC)

10:30 PM ET

Something Borrowed, Something New (“Maybe I Won’t Pay for the Wedding!”) – Doctor Erika is torn between her head and heart when her mother is adamant about a 1970s gown. (TLC)


The Tonight Show With Jay Leno is joined by Actor Kevin Bacon; TV host Sherri Shepherd; Mary Lambert performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With David Letterman welcomes Actress Mindy Kaling; comic Jeff Altman; Red Fang performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Late Night With Jimmy Fallon features Actor James Spader; actor Andrew Rannells; Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings perform. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson has Comic Bob Saget; actress Jane Levy. (12:35 AM, CBS)

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