Last night Scandal aired it’s Winter Finale and we all shed a collective tear because we have to wait until the end of February for more.
The Sing-Off has switched up the format again for last night’s and Monday’s episodes, offering one-hour editions where four of the teams will compete and one team will go home. No one is safe!
On Wednesday’s edition of The Sing-Off, the nine remaining groups reinterpreted party anthems for our listening pleasure.
The Music City Music Festival delivers big drama, and just as the promo promised, “Someone. Will. Die.” Merry Christmas!
Tonight’s television features the unearthing of Big Top Pee-wee, the series finale of Burn Notice, and an extended preview for the handful of new shows appearing on CBS this fall.
It’ll be easier than ‘Where’s Waldo?’ and involve less reading. Where will the long-lived character of Det. John Munch next show his conspiracy-laden and wife-free self?
This week on The Biggest Loser, one team is working at a diner. Another team is trying to resist the leftovers that were brought home.
The history associated with today is highlighted in two programs: History takes a look back with the doc 102 Minutes That Changed America as Nova looks to the future of the new World Trade Center. Meanwhile, Fox kicks off Fall 2013-14 with a new season of The X Factor.
Tonight’s TV includes a documentary on Billie Jean King, the winners of So You Think You Can Dance, and silent films on TCM.
History, murder, reindeer, and underwear on this week’s All of Them.