Watch With Amanda: What’s on TV This Week? February 11 – 17

This week: Will we find out whose severed arm is at the bottom of the ocean on Revenge? Will and Emma finally get their wedding day on Glee, and Anthony Edwards returns to the small screen on Zero Hour.

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What will you be watching?

Monday February 11th
How I Met Your Mother (8pm): Ted is gun-shy about breaking up with his wacky new girlfriend. Meanwhile, Robin finally breaks down and holds baby Marvin, and finds herself becoming incredibly attached to the little guy.


The Carrie Diaries (8pm): Carrie reconnects with an old friend who invites her to his mom’s dinner party. Meanwhile, Mouse is anxious about reuniting with Seth, so she turns to Walt for advice; Maggie fights to keep her favorite spot at the diner; and Tom ponders dating again.
Bones (8pm): Brennan is shot while working late at the lab, but her condition is further complicated by logic-defying visions of her deceased mother. Meanwhile, the team’s investigation of the incident reveals that the perpetrator may be linked to the Jeffersonian.

Continuum (8pm): Keira must protect her Grandmother from Liber8.
The Following (9pm): Maggie plots Hardy’s demise; Paul reveals a secret of Emma’s. In other events, Hardy and Claire’s history together is recalled.

Being Human (9pm): Liam is determined to turn Josh and Nora against Aidan, who has more immediate concerns when Kenny begins to suspect that Aidan is a vampire. Meanwhile, Sally and Max grow closer at the funeral home.
Dallas (9pm): Christopher desperately works on a key deal as the future of Ewing Energies dims. Meanwhile, J.R.’s machinations continue, compelling John Ross to choose between a Ewing and a Barnes; and Cliff Barnes returns for a surprise meeting.
Castle (10pm): Castle and Beckett investigate the homicide of an emerging reality star who was part of the cast of “The Wives of Wall Street.” Meanwhile, Castle runs into trouble as he searches for a Valentine’s Day present for Beckett.

Lost Girl (10pm): Bo discovers a link between people dissolving into piles of goo and a swingers’ club. At the same time, she takes bold action to put an end to Kenzi’s clingy behavior.
Deception (10pm): Faced with the truth about her real parents, Mia runs away with Kyle to a friend’s empty vacation home. At the same time, Will goes to Edward’s house looking for answers about Vivian’s murder.
Hawaii Five-0 (10pm): Five-0 investigates the murder of a traditional Hawaiian fighting master. Meanwhile, McGarrett hires a private investigator to follow his mother.

Tuesday February 12th
NOTE: Barack Obama delivers his State of The Union address at 9:00pm EST so mostly repeats tonight on network TV.
Pretty Little Liars (8pm): A heartbroken Spencer directs her anger toward Mona. Meanwhile, Hanna tries to reunite Caleb and his dad; Aria bonds with Wes; and Emily and Jason attempt to figure out what happened on Ali’s trip to the Jersey Shore.


Cougar Town (10pm): Jules can’t find a remedy for her insomnia; Grayson gets injured in a roller-hockey game; Ellie makes herself scarce when Andy is feeling especially amorous around Valentine’s Day.
Justified (10pm): Raylan discovers a severed foot. Meanwhile, Boyd and Ava target Harlan’s upper class.

Wednesday February 13th
Survivor: Caramoan (8pm): SEASON PREMIERE! Ten ultra-fans of the show compete against 10 former castaways on the Caramoan Islands. The fans comprise the Gota tribe, while the favorites make up the Bikal tribe.
Arrow (8pm): Oliver is shot and turns to Felicity for help. While he hovers between life and death, Oliver recalls a daring escape attempt with Slade Wilson on the island.


Modern Family (9pm): Phil and Claire’s alter egos, Clive and Juliana, reunite for Valentine’s Day, but their rendezvous puts Claire in the hospital. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria’s romantic evening is marred by the kids’ interruptions; and Mitchell and Cameron throw a wild party that leaves them wondering what happened the night before and why Dylan is their new housemate.
Law & Order: SVU (9pm): An FBI agent digs up one of the squad’s cold cases, which she believes is linked to other cases across the nation. However, Benson and Amaro aren’t confident that she has the right suspect.
Supernatural (9pm): Sam and Dean try to close the gates of hell, after Kevin deciphers the tablet and learns that one person must complete three tests designed by God to achieve the task. The first mission is to kill a hellhound.

Suburgatory (9:30pm): Tessa persuades Ryan to go to an art-house film for Valentine’s Day, but she’s shocked by their reactions to the movie. Meanwhile, a visit from Sheila’s mother drives a wedge between Fred and Sheila, who plots to get Lisa and Malik back together; and Dallas has a setback after a cosmetic procedure, forcing George to experience an 18-course meal from a famous chef all by himself.
Nashville (10pm): Rayna’s daughters learn about their parents’ divorce plans, prompting Rayna to lean on an old pal. Meanwhile, Juliette works on creating a new image, despite her management’s objections; and Scarlett and Gunnar get a chance to sign with Rayna’s label.

CSI (10pm): The CSIs investigate the death of a famous Cuban singer’s sister. Meanwhile, Hodges begins to get cold feet as the time draws near to marry his Italian girlfriend.
Chicago Fire (10pm): Dawson goes behind Antonio’s back and puts herself in danger in an effort to help him with an investigation. Elsewhere, Casey and his mom struggle with their new relationship; Severide visits someone from his past as a favor to Lt. Whaley; and Herrmann and Otis learn the hard truth about their silent partner in the bar.
The Americans (10pm): Stan investigates Robert’s death. Meanwhile, Philip and Elizabeth discover that Robert had a wife they never knew about.

Necessary Roughness (10pm): Dani helps the quarterback get to the bottom of his rage problems; T.K. faces challenges on and off the field; Dani discusses her mother with her therapist; Matt’s romantic prospects improve; and the plan to sell the Hawks hits a roadblock.
Southland (10pm): SEASON PREMIERE! Season 5 opens with John at odds with his new trainee, a veteran from Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Lydia tries to juggle motherhood and detective work; Ben associates with a shady band of cops; and Sammy gets caught up in a nightmarish custody battle.

Thursday February 14th
Zero Hour (8pm): SERIES PREMIERE! Paranormal aficionado Hank Galliston is drawn into a centuries-old conspiracy with apocalyptic implications in this series, which begins with the kidnapping of Hank’s wife from her antique clock shop by a man who’s searching for an ancient treasure map and may be linked to the Nazis in 1930s Germany.


The Vampire Diaries (8pm): A stunning piece of information about the cure is revealed, and it raises the stakes for everyone. Meanwhile, Damon has an ugly encounter with one of the five hunters; and Shane is comforted by a woman from his past.

The Big Bang Theory (8pm): Leonard arranges a magical Valentine’s Day dinner date for Penny, but the magic doesn’t last after a squabbling Howard and Bernadette join them and Penny’s ex turns up at the restaurant. Meanwhile, Sheldon assigns his research assistant to find a Valentine’s Day present for Amy, while Raj talks Stuart into havinga holiday party at the comic-book store
Community (8pm): The gang wander through Pierce’s eerie mansion on Halloween in order to free him from his locked panic room. While looking for the code to open the room, the gang uncover some of the house’s secrets.

Parks & Recreation (8:30pm): Plans to raise money for the park at a black-tie gala get thrown off track when Leslie is forced to take part in a citywide emergency-response drill. Meanwhile, Andy prepares to take the police-academy exam, and Ron fills in for Leslie on “Pawnee Today.”
Grey’s Anatomy (9pm): The hospital’s dire financial problems jeopardize a pricey, lifesaving surgery for a child. Meanwhile, Alex and Jo team up to help an infant; and April turns to Jackson for advice on her love life.

The Office (9pm): Pam tries to land a job in Philadelphia and has an interview with a strangely familiar manager. Meanwhile, Dwight goes on a quest to clean his aging aunt, and Andy returns from his epic boating odyssey.
Glee (9pm): Will and Emma get married on Valentine’s Day. Former and current members of New Directions reunite in Lima to celebrate the nuptials.

Person of Interest (9pm): Reese and Finch try to save a hotel maid’s life, but the number of suspects proves to be overwhelming. Meanwhile, Carter gets an offer to join the FBI.
Beauty and the Beast (9pm): Alex’s trustworthiness is called into question by Cat and Vincent. Meanwhile, Evan makes a surprising discovery about the woman he’s dating.
Suits (10pm): Dana resurfaces and causes problems for Harvey and Jessica in their battle against Hardman.

Elementary (10pm): Holmes investigates after someone attacks Detective Bell. The case takes an unexpected twist when the chief suspect is found dead. Meanwhile, Sherlock encourages Watson to learn self-defense.
Scandal (10pm): Fitz is unsure about whom he can trust. Meanwhile, Olivia meets a charming stranger, but she also can’t deny that her chemistry with Fitz still exists when she’s forced to be near him; and Olivia’s team work on the same side as David for the first time.

Friday February 15th
CSI: NY (9pm): Mac and the team investigate three twisted tales of love on Valentine’s Day. Josh Groban appears and sings “Happy in My Heartache.”
Touch (9pm): Guillermo continues his hunt for the 36 Righteous Ones; Jake helps Lucy locate a woman who may be linked to Amelia; an Aster Corporation worker crosses the border in Pakistan.


Blue Bloods (10pm): Danny is forced to enroll in an anger-management class because of his use of aggressive tactics on a case. Elsewhere, Frank tries to halt the persecution of a young Turkish woman.

Saturday February 16th
Saturday Night Live (11:30pm): Christoph Waltz hosts. Musical guest is Alabama Shakes.

Sunday February 17th
Once Upon A Time (8pm): Mr. Gold, Emma and Henry go to Manhattan to look for Bae. Meanwhile, Regina and Hook search for a cherished item of Rumplestiltskin’s; and back in fairy-tale land, Rumplestiltskin comes to terms with his fate as he participates in the Ogres War.


Amazing Race (8pm): SEASON PREMIERE! The 22nd season begins with 11 two-member teams flying to Bora Bora on the race’s first leg. The pair who arrive first at the initial pit stop win two express passes that enable them to bypass any future challenge. The duo can keep one pass, but must give the other one to a rival team by the end of the fourth leg.
The Simpsons (8pm): A shaving experiment leaves Milhouse looking like a dead ringer for his father, while Marge fears Maggie is slipping into the clutches of children’s television.
Revenge (9pm): The Graysons celebrate their annual Labor Day party and appear undaunted by the threats they face. Elsewhere, Jack and Amanda embark on their honeymoon, but danger awaits them.

The Good Wife (9pm): Office politics surface when Will and Diane face Alicia and Cary in a mock trial. Meanwhile, Eli tries to avoid losing his role in Peter’s campaign to Jordan, as he continues to fight the Justice Department.
The Walking Dead (9pm): While the group ponders their next move, Rick sets out to find a missing friend. Later, Merle and Daryl begin to have second thoughts about their choices; and, after restoring order to Woodbury, the Governor determines to punish those responsible.

Family Guy (9pm): Unable to foot the bill for new sneakers, Chris lifts some cash from Lois’ purse, but is caught red-handed by Meg, who then blackmails him into doing all her chores in exchange for not turning him in. Chris is soon fed up with the arrangement and takes off to live with Herbert. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie, obsessed with singer Anne Murray’s hit “Snowbird,” set out to find her and learn the true meaning behind the tune.
Girls (9pm): Hannah gets an e-book deal that comes with a fast-approaching deadline; Marnie hosts Booth’s art party; Adam persuades Ray to take a trip to Staten Island; Jessa’s depression forces a retreat to Hannah’s place.

Shameless (9pm): Frank has a major problem on his hands when the city announces it will be doing work on the main sewer and they’ll be digging up his yard, where Aunt Ginger’s remains are located. Meanwhile, Fiona’s boss finds her work unsatisfactory; Molly uncovers a startling secret; and Ned wants Ian to break into his wife’s house.

Enlightened (9:30pm): Amy is thrilled when Jeff sees a monumental story in the Abaddonn CEO’s e-mails, but her dreams of a new beginning are dashed when Levi returns unexpectedly from rehab in Hawaii with an eye on their future.
The Mentalist (10pm): The team investigate a case involving a graduate student at a natural history museum and discover how ruthless the academic world can be.
House of Lies (10pm): Marty’s militant younger brother pays a surprise visit, while Doug and Jeannie work an assignment for an online-dating company. Later, Marty hits it off with a fellow consultant.
Californication (10:30pm): When Atticus sends Hank and Charlie on a special assignment, the guys turn to Becca for assistance, while Ken uncovers Charlie’s secret. Later, Marcy’s man-hating spiritual guide influences an important decision about Stu.

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One Reply to “Watch With Amanda: What’s on TV This Week? February 11 – 17”

  1. Arrow has always been fun, but I think it just found its legs with that trailer and this coming episode!

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