FOX has Glee going on hiatus after tonight and returning April 10th to finish out the season. In the meantime, episodes of Raising Hope and I Hate My Teenage Daughter will play in its place beginning March 6th. Also, episodes of New Girl and the uncanceled Breaking In will follow them, turning the night into a two hour comedy block for a few weeks.
Last Man Standing (ABC): New. Mike’s father and younger brother come for a visit, which results in renewed sibling rivalry.
Cougar Town (ABC): New. Jules wants Ellie and Laurie to be her co-maids of on honor, which doesn’t go over well.
New Girl (FOX): New. Jess ends up as the new target of a bully at her school after she tries to stop them. Schmidt has to keep his new relationship on the down low. Runs 31 minutes.
Raising Hope (FOX): New. Jimmy and Sabrina agree to be completely honest with each other. Burt admits to a secret habit. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.
Justified (FX): New. Boyd is attempting to keep hold of Harlan’s oxy trade. Raylan is trying to keep things for blowing up. Plays twice and again later. Last week’s episode, “Thick as Mud,” replays in late night as well.
NCIS (CBS): New. Gibbs is not getting along with Dr. Samantha Ryan of the PsyOps Division, guest star Jamie Lee Curtis. DiNozzo finds out how much McGee makes.
The River (ABC): New. A missing crewmember of Emmett’s is found, but he seems to be suffering from some curse.
White Collar (USA Network): New. Neal gets on with a crew tasked with stealing priceless memorabilia from Yankee Stadium. Plays again later. Next week is the third season finale. A very fun episode leading into the season ender, which doesn’t exactly go the way I’d have chosen, but will make for an interesting return in season four.
ABC Family has 10 episodes of Switched at Birth.
Spike TV has six episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Syfy has 12 episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
USA Network has 14 episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.