Watch With Amanda: What’s on TV This Week? Jan 28 – Feb 3
This week: 30 Rock ends its seven season run with an hour long episode, and Superbowl XLVII messes with our Sunday night viewing schedule.
What will you be watching?
Monday January 28th
Bones (8pm): Daisy’s first case since breaking up with Sweets is a doozy: the remains of two bodies, one a female cancer patient, the other her life coach, found at the same burial site. Meanwhile, Brennan and Booth discuss their preferences for funeral arrangements after they die.
The Carrie Diaries (8pm): Carrie confronts Sebastian about his past. Later, Larissa takes Carrie and Mouse to an art club in New York City.
Continuum (8pm): Kiera and Carlos investigate a murder spree in which the victims have strange holes bored in their skulls.
The Following (9pm): Hardy, Weston and new team leader Parker turn to Carroll’s ex-wife—and Hardy’s former lover—while digging deep into Carroll’s psyche. In other events, Emma, Jacob and Paul keep Claire’s son Joey at a house in the country.
Being Human (9pm): Nora and Josh wonder how to deal with a runaway teen; Sally tries to make things right with a ghost and meets a new love interest; and Aidan and Henry continue to look for clean blood.
Dallas (9pm): SEASON PREMIERE! Season 2 opens with Christopher and John Ross dueling over the vision for Ewing Energies. Meanwhile, Christopher seeks a divorce from Rebecca as a revelation upends the whole family; John Ross launches a scheme of revenge; Ann is blackmailed by her former husband.
Lost Girl (10pm): Bo’s houseguest Vex unwittingly brings trouble to her doorstep when a Morrigan shows up looking for vengeance; and it’s up to humans Kenzi and Lauren to swoop in and save the day for their Fae friends.
Deception (10pm): Joanna learns that Julian is hiding something about the night of Vivian’s murder. At the same time, Senator Haverstock delivers some disturbing news to Edward; and Robert and Sofia get their first glimpse of Mia’s new boyfriend.
Tuesday January 29th
NCIS (8pm): A car accident involving a marine is investigated, and the probe causes Abby to recall some troubling memories from her very first case.
Pretty Little Liars (8pm): Aria wants to tell Ezra about his son, but she worries that the news might damage her relationship. Elsewhere, Hanna is convinced that Caleb is keeping a secret from her; and Spencer decides she’s done with game playing.
Raising Hope (8pm): Part 1 of 2. Jimmy and Sabrina’s wedding present from Barney entails an excursion to Los Angeles for a taping of Hope’s favorite TV show, “Yo Zappa Do,” but Jimmy’s fear of flying means it’s a road trip for the whole family. Meanwhile, Burt and Virginia welcome Ricardo into their home, a decision they may soon regret.
Hart Of Dixie (8pm): A flu epidemic heads toward Bluebell, forcing Wade to stay at his ex-girlfriend’s house. Meanwhile, a sudden illness dampens Lemon’s date night; and George directs a commercial promoting tourism in Bluebell.
NCIS: LA (9pm): Callen goes undercover to infiltrate a terrorist group that is recruiting foreign fighters to help carry out an attack in the U.S.
New Girl (9pm): Nick and Schmidt are both attracted to the same beautiful woman during a guys’ night out. Elsewhere, Winston falls for a girl, but she doesn’t return his affections; and Jess’ evening involves a round of the drinking game True American and a new development in her relationship with one of her roommates.
Happy Endings (9pm): When the gang pranks Max into believing he won a lottery jackpot, he swears to exact revenge on them when they least expect it. Meanwhile, Penny suspects Pete has big plans for them; and Jane learns that Brad’s new job is all fun and games after he lands a position at a kids’ gym.
Go On (9pm): Ryan woos an attractive group member, but Janie’s ghost materializes as he feels great guilt for dating again. Elsewhere, some of the ladies set out to buy a wedding dress for Lauren.
The Mindy Project (9:30pm): Mindy is unnerved by her dream guy’s relationship with his female best friend; Jillian breaks up with Danny, who enlists Morgan’s help to win her back.
Happy Endings (9:30pm): In order to get Pete to change his mind about eloping with Penny, wannabe matrimonial coordinator Jane spirits the whole gang to a wedding exposition. Once there, Max and Brad wind up at a gay-marriage part of the expo, while Alex and Dave contemplate their own commitment issues
The New Normal (9:30pm): Bryan wishes to have a natural connection to his baby-to-be. Later, Shania is upset to learn that her mother didn’t breast-feed her when she was a baby, and Jane sets out to woo her sightly colleague.
Vegas (10pm): Mia’s father grills Jack about the couple’s relationship, while Dixon discovers that the girl he saved from drowning had been poisoned. Later, Savino and his crew get stranded in the desert overnight.
Cougar Town (10pm): Tom gets a new girlfriend, prompting the women to find out more about her. Meanwhile, Bobby tries to improve his table manners on a pretend date with Ellie; and Andy and Grayson decide they’ve had enough of the women’s rules.
White Collar (10pm): Peter and Neal look into Senator Pratt’s ties to corrupt cops who framed Neal’s father. Their investigation also leads them to a real-estate developer running a kickback scheme.
Justified (10pm): Raylan tangles with a bare-knuckle brawler. Meanwhile, Boyd and Ava face a major decision.
Wednesday January 30th
Arrow (8pm): Thea is arrested when she is caught with a drug called Vertigo and could face time in prison. Oliver tries to help by searching for the dealer; and Laurel agrees to defend Thea in court. Meanwhile, Felicity tells Oliver some disturbing news about Moira.
Supernatural (9pm): Sam and Dean meet a man who claims to be their grandfather. The man says he traveled through time to stop a demon.
Suburgatory (9:30pm): Dallas’ dog, Yakult, becomes depressed, so she calls on former flame Yoni to cure her, but George suspects the ex wants to rekindle their relationship. Meanwhile, Tessa helps Lisa get back in the dating game, but they end up on a double date with Ryan and Scott Strauss.
Chicago Fire (10pm): Chief Boden goes to the police after teenage arsonist Ernie starts a deadly hardware-store fire. Meanwhile, Severide reaches out to his father after making a decision about his future; Otis works a few shifts at a slow firehouse; and Dawson and Shay find themselves in trouble during a call to a tenement apartment.
Necessary Roughness (10pm): Dani treats rock stars; T.K. tries to get his job back; the team adjust to Juliette’s leadership; and Dani tries to tap into her subconscious for insight into her love life.
Thursday January 31st
The Vampire Diaries (8pm): Klaus turns to Stefan for help when Rebekah refuses his plea to stop Kol and protect Jeremy. Meanwhile, Bonnie has a frightening encounter with Kol; and mayor Hopkins cancels a school dance, but Stefan finds a charming way to make it up to a disappointed Rebekah.
The Big Bang Theory (8pm): Sheldon is outraged, and his confidence takes a hit, when he’s forced to work with his nemesis, Barry Kripke. Meanwhile, Howard and Raj shell out big bucks for action figures of themselves.
30 Rock (8pm): SERIES FINALE! In the series finale, Liz settles into her new role and Jack reflects on the developments in his life. Elsewhere, Kenneth adapts to his new job, and Jenna gears up to perform a farewell song as the cast and crew reassemble for one final “TGS” edition.
Grey’s Anatomy (9pm): Derek and April burn the midnight oil trying to come up with a solution to the hospital’s problems, while Cristina has a tough time acceding to the wishes of a family whose son is dying. Meanwhile, Arizona deals with a teen who’s facing the same physical problems as she.
The Office (9pm): Dwight is tasked with hiring a part-time salesman to be Jim’s substitute, so he rounds up a supergroup of his cronies, including his oddball beet-farmer cousin, Mose; Pam is left wondering who her new deskmate will be; Erin seeks her birth parents with help from Pete.
Glee (9pm): A glee-club fund-raiser involves a calendar photo shoot. Elsewhere, Rachel faces a moral dilemma after landing a role in a student art film.
Person of Interest (9pm): Reese is kidnapped by an old acquaintance who is plotting a destructive act of cyber warfare.
The Office (9:30pm): Dwight and Nellie are on the case to catch the mysterious vandal who defaced Pam’s warehouse mural. Elsewhere, Darryl struggles with Jim’s cleanliness habits in their shared apartment in Philadelphia; Angela throws a birthday bash for her son and, with hesitation, invites Oscar and Kevin.
Suits (10pm): Harvey faces off with Rachel’s father on a gender-discrimination case, forcing Rachel to deal with her strained relationship with her dad.
Elementary (10pm): Sherlock investigates a suspicious hit-and-run accident that involves a conspiracy theorist. Meanwhile, Watson tries to mend the fractured relationship between Holmes and Gregson.
Scandal (10pm): The “Gladiators in Suits” discover the truth about the rigged election, and learn a thing or two about Olivia, also. Meanwhile, Mellie goes to great lengths to reel in Fitz.
Friday February 1st
Nikita (8pm): A rogue agent kidnaps his girlfriend, so Ryan dispatches a team to rescue her. Meanwhile, Nikita becomes confused when Michael sends Owen into the field with her instead of coming himself; and Sean makes a decision about Alex.
CSI: NY (9pm): A pizzamaker is the victim of a carjacking, and the CSIs try to determine what the perpetrators were really after.
Sunday February 3rd
Superbowl XLVII (6:25pm): Baltimore vs. San Francisco in New Orleans. John and Jim Harbaugh headline the first championship-game matchup between teams coached by brothers. This is the second Super Bowl appearance for Baltimore and the sixth for the Niners.
Girls (9pm): Hannah’s grown-up dinner party is marred by her guests’ childish behavior, including Marnie’s showdown with Audrey. Meanwhile, Shoshanna realizes her relationship with Ray has advanced to a new phase; and Jessa meets Thomas-John’s parents. (PS. The best thing about this episode is that it’s called “It’s A Shame About Ray”)
Enlightened (9:30pm): Amy taps into social media for the first time after Jeff invites her to a gathering of intellectuals. Meanwhile, Dougie finds the hacker at Abaddonn, but Tyler works overtime to make sure he doesn’t blow the whistle.
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