Tuesday on TV: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl, Trophy Wife, Sons of Anarchy & More

News & Notes

Get Sons of Anarchy Season 5 on DVD at AmazonTonight, ABC has a 20/20: In the Spotlight With Robin Roberts: Countdown to the CMA Awards.

Over on cable, Discovery Channel has the third season premiere of Moonshiners, ESPN has the second season finale of 30 for 30, GSN has the second season premiere of The Chase, and truTV has the seventh season premiere of Hardcore Pawn and the third season fall finale of Storage Hunters.

Prime Picks

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC): New. Coulson and the team are after a killer leaving floating bodies in their wake. Runs 61 minutes.

New Girl (FOX): New. Coach, played by Damon Wayons Jr. (Happy Endings), returns and wants to pick up right where things left off, but doesn’t seem to remember Jess at all. Jess and Cece meetup with a handsome man, played by guest star Taye Diggs (Private Practice), at the bar that leads to some of the funniest moments of the episode.
Trophy Wife (ABC): New. Jackie crashes a party and ends up getting together with a co-worker of Pete. Diane and Meg get in a fight. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.

Sons of Anarchy (FX): New. Jax finds out some things that turn his life upside down. Runs 92 minutes. Plays three times.

Solid Selections

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX): New. Jake needs help from his fellow detectives to find some evidence to keep a suspect in custody. Starts at the half-hour after Dads.

The Goldbergs (ABC): New. Barry doesn’t follow the biggest rule set by his mother about driving the car. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 30 minutes.
The Mindy Project (FOX): New. Mindy tries to prove to Danny that she isn’t judgmental.

Person of Interest (CBS): New. The team deals with a hypnotherapist whose number comes up. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.

Other Options

  • Awkward. (MTV): New. Jenna attempts to get her friends back by throwing a party. Starts at the half hour and runs 31 minutes. Plays twice.
  • Homeland (SHO2): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s episode, “Still Positive,” replays. Plays again later on Showtime.
  • Masters of Sex (SHO2): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s episode, “Brave New World,” replays. Plays again later on Showtime.
  • NCIS (CBS): New. Tony and McGee disagree over who should head up a case after Gibbs has to leave mid investigation due to family reasons.
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS): New. The team comes across a possible threat to a Los Angeles train during a murder investigation. Runs 61 minutes.
  • The Originals (The CW): New. Klaus does whatever he needs to do to protect Hayley and his unborn baby. Davina begins to try to learn how to control her magic.
  • Ravenswood (ABC Family): New. The gang attempts to prove to Luke that something supernatural is going on. Olivia begins to look into her father’s death on her own. Last week’s episode, “Death and the Maiden,” replays right before. Both play again later.
  • Strike Back: Origins (MoMAX): Repeat. This past Friday night’s episode replays.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN2 has college football action with Ohio at Buffalo.
  • NBA TV has the Los Angeles Lakers at the Dallas Mavericks.

Late Night

  • Strike Back: Origins (Cinemax): Repeat. This past Friday night’s episode replays.

Tuesday TV Marathons

Castle (TNT): Six episodes.
Criminal Minds (ION): Nine episodes.
The Jeffersons (TV One): Has 12 episodes early.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 13 episodes.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (BBC America): Five episodes tonight.
Will & Grace (WEtv): Has 24 episodes tonight and into late night.

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