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What’s On TV Tonight? – Obama’s Final Presidential Address, ‘Being Mary Jane’ on Tuesday

President Obama delivers his farewell Presidential Address alongside the season premiere of Being Mary Jane and the season finale of Good Behavior! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Tuesday 01/10/2017:

8:00 PM ET

The Middle (“Hoosier Maid”) – Frankie wins a month of free maid service; Mike and Rusty look at assisted living facilities for their dad when he has trouble taking care of himself at home; Axl, Hutch and Kenny attempt to move in with Sue and Lexie. (ABC)

The Wall (“Jarrod and Shantell”) – An all-new episode of the game show hosted by Chris Hardwick. (NBC)

WWE SmackDown! [LIVE] – Starring new Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose and former champion The Miz. (USA Network)

8:30 PM ET

American Housewife (“The Snowstorm”) – The Ottos struggle with being stuck at home without power during a snowstorm; Katie is bitter that she can’t go with the girls for the weekend. (ABC)

The Mick (“The Buffer”) – Mickey tries to scare Sabrina into taking birth control; Chip considers a vasectomy to stop gold-diggers, even though he hasn’t even kissed a girl. (FOX)

What's On TV Tonight? - Obama's Final Presidential Address, 'Being Mary Jane' on Tuesday

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Presidential Address [LIVE] – President Barack Obama’s farewell address. (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS)

Being Mary Jane [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Getting Nekkid”) – Looking for change in her career and attitude, Mary Jane has an interesting encounter with a new man. (BET)

No Tomorrow (“No Time Like the Present”) – Evie tries to keep the gang together after learning the Cybermart Seattle branch will be closing; Xavier makes a shocking breakthrough in his asteroid research. (The CW)

Dance Moms (“The Fresno Curse”) – Abby and the ALDC try to break a long-standing losing streak in Fresno, Calif.; Holly’s nerves fray when Abby announces the theme for a controversial group dance; Elliana and Maesi’s duet brings out the worst in their mothers. (Lifetime)

Teen Wolf (“Heartless”) – Scott and Liam make an attempt to capture a Ghost Rider; Malia and Peter try to find a way into the Wild Hunt. (MTV)

Good Behavior [SEASON FINALE] (“All the Things”) – Letty makes a devastating choice and is forced to clean up her own mess so that she can save Javier. (TNT)

9:30 PM ET

Bones (“The Final Chapter: The Brain in the Bot”) – The team investigates whether an artificial intelligence bot was programmed to kill its creator; Bones plans a surprise for her birthday. (FOX)

American Experience (“Command and Control: American Experience”) – A minute-by-minute account of the 1980 nuclear accident at an Arkansas Titan II missile complex. (PBS)

10:00 PM ET

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (“Broken Promises”) – Coulson is unaware of a dark secret May is hiding, even as the two grow closer; Aida is determined to find the Darkhold. (ABC)

This Is Us (“The Right Thing to Do”) – Kate wrestles with her feelings following Toby’s heart attack; Randall has to get used to his father’s relationship with Jesse; Jack and Rebecca must find a home that can accommodate their growing family when they find out they’re having triplets. (NBC)

Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath [SEASON FINALE] (“Enemies of the Church”) – After Leah receives a letter from the church accusing her of provoking hate crimes, she meets with the young man whom the church says she incited; Mike asks Leah to sit down with journalists who have been hounded by the church for their reporting. (A&E)

Taboo [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Episode 1”) – After 10 years in Africa, James Delaney returns to 1814 London to claim a mysterious legacy left to him by his father. (FX)

Shooter (“Ballistic Advantage”) – Bob Lee must broker an exchange to save his family; Nadine tries to balance both her allegiance to Bob Lee and the FBI; Isaac strikes a deal. (USA Network)

Sweet/Vicious (“Heartbreaker”) – After Jules’ confession, she tries to pull herself out of her depression, and memories return during a bar crawl. (MTV)

10:30 PM ET

Billy on the Street (“Curbside Conga Line with James Corden!”) – Talk-show host James Corden helps Billy appeal to the masses; Billy and actor Robin Lord Taylor (“Gotham”) play an obstacle course called “Can You Separate the Art from the Artist?”; other games include “For a Dollar.” (truTV)

11:00 PM ET

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

11:30 PM ET

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Katie O’Brien; Jen Kirkman; Ify Nwadiwe. (Comedy Central)

LATE NIGHT TALK SHOWS

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is joined by Actor Aasif Mandvi. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan features Actor Anna Faris; comic Jamie Lee; Lewis Del Mar performs. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Watch What Happens Live welcomes Actress Lisa Edelstein (“Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce”). (11:00 PM, Bravo)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has Actress Queen Latifah; actor Fred Armisen; The Flaming Lips perform. (11:35 PM, NBC)

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert is joined by Actor Andrew Garfield; sportscaster Erin Andrews; Cage the Elephant performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live features Actress Amy Adams; actress Naomie Harris; Blink-182 performs. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers has Actor Ken Jeong; political strategist Kellyanne Conway; producer Mike Schur. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden is joined by Actor Mark Wahlberg. (12:35 AM, CBS)

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

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