What’s Worth Watching Tonight: Nikita, Fringe, Spartacus & More

News & Notes

Get Fringe Episodes via Amazon Instant VideoTonight, NBC has the third season premiere of Who Do You Think You Are?

Over on cable, DIY has the ninth season premiere of Man Caves and Showtime has a Paul Mooney: The Godfather of Comedy comedy special.

Prime Picks

Nikita (The CW): New. Percy is holding members of Oversight hostage and won’t release them until Amanda does what he wants. Nikita decides whether or not to intervene. Sean is trying to save his mother.

Fringe (FOX): New. Astrid finally meets her alternate. Olivia and Peter are looking for a toxin being used by a killer that hasn’t been invented yet.

Blue Bloods (CBS): New. Danny runs into a gunman while with his family. Frank is dealing with an old friend that is near death.

Solid Selections

A Gifted Man (CBS): New. Michael saves a man from drowning and finds the identity of the man to be a mystery. Kate finds that a girl she has been mentoring has a problem she had not noticed.

Grimm (NBC): New. Nick learns of an underground world that trades human organs while investigating a bunch of missing homeless people.

Spartacus: Vengeance (Starz): New. Spartacus liberates his village with his men. Plays twice.

Other Options

  • Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): Repeats. Six episodes repeat tonight. All six play again later.
  • Merlin (Syfy): New. Arthur deals with the wrath of a neighboring kingdom’s queen. Plays again later.
  • Supernatural (The CW): New. Dean and Sam some gruesome attacks that leaves people branded with a strange symbol.

Sports Note

  • ESPN has doubleheader NBA action with the New York Knicks at the Boston Celtics followed by the Los Angeles Lakers at the Denver Nuggets.

Late Night

  • Being Human (Syfy): Repeat. This past Monday’s episode, “All Out of Blood,” replays.
  • Lost Girl (Syfy): Repeat. This first two episodes, “Oh Kappa, My Kappa,” replay.

TV Marathons

Oxygen has 16 episodes of Roseanne today and later six episodes of House tonight.
Syfy has eight episodes of V early.
USA Network has six episodes of House today.

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