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What To Watch This Week

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By: Jamie Steinberg

 

Monday:

Dancing With The Stars: It’s another season of DWTS and we’ve got our dancing shoes on! Kim Fields, Jodie Sweeten, Ginger Zee, Geraldo Rivera, Antonio Brown, Mischa Barton and more hit the floor to see if they can master many different dances. Who will snag themselves a Mirror Ball Trophy this season? Tune in to see as these celebs get to steppin’! (ABC, 8pm ET/PT)

Scorpion: Cabe heads to Djibouti, Africa with new protégé Tim Armstrong (Scott Porter) only to be capture. Team Scorpion to the rescue! Add in a dash of table top dancing (coconut bra included) from Eddie Kaye Thomas. Plus, Sylvester tries to figure out a way to appear on a game show after being denied entrance due to his intellectual abilities. (CBS, 9pm ET/PT)

 

Tuesday:

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – With Malick looking to create an inhuman army, Bobbi and Hunter are on recon to check and see what he’s currently working on. Unfortunately, thanks to a formidable new inhuman, Bobbi gets caught and ends up being interrogated by a Russian official. Can the SHIELD team save their newest operative? (ABC, 9pm ET/PT)

 

iZombie: Liv and crew are back and investigating, yet again, another murder. This time, they are looking into the death of a scientist that had been demoted at her job just before being killed. When Liv and Babineaux discover where the research scientist had been working the dynamic duo get quite a shock. (FOX, 9pm ET/PT)

 

Wednesday:

Heartbeat: A brand new addition to the NBC lineup, Heartbeat is based off of the real life and achievements of Dr. Kathy Magliato (played by Melissa George). It is a unique medical drama that follows Magliato who is an outspoken world-renowned heart transplant surgeon – and one of a few women in her field. Operating on her own terms (pun intended), we get a glimpse at her racy personal life that seems to be a job in its self. With the daily demands of the OR, skeptical coworkers and loyal interns surrounding her, we see Magliato pushing the boundaries of medical science. (NBC, 8pm ET/PT)

 

Younger: It’s the season finale and, boy, is it a big one! Spoiler alert: Last week saw the death of Thad and this week we mourn. Kelsey must deal with the loss of her fiancée and Liza feels guilty that she spent his last minutes on Earth being blackmailed by him. Will Liza finally tell Kelsey what she has been keeping from her – about her age and her issues with Thad? Must see! (TV Land 10pm ET/PT)

 

Thursday:

American Idol: It’s the final season so be sure you stay tuned. The competition has already whittled down to the Top 5 so you’ve got some serious pipes to look forward to this week. Contestants are now being paired with two mentors, Sia and Stevie Van Zandt, to perform two songs: One of Sia’s hits and one classic rock track. Catch each performance this week because before you know it, we’ll be crowning the very last American Idol. (FOX, 8pm ET/PT)

 

Real World: MTV is back with a new season of their infamous hit show “Real World.” This time the tagline is “go big or go home.” Each week, roomies receive a mission and this one is no different: all male roommates must dress in drag. With one of them doubting whether or not they can go through with it, we’ll have to see who isn’t man enough. Meanwhile Dione and Keith’s flirtation has fuel added to the fire and takes an unexpected turn. (MTV, 10pm ET/PT)

 

Friday:

David Tutera CELEBrations: Celebrity party planner David Tutera continues to reign supreme when it comes to events. This week, we see him tackling his wackiest client yet: Gary Busey. To top things off of an already unimaginable event, new assistant Tori Spelling botches something big time. Make sure you watch to see if David is able to balance the bad and make this an exceptional event for an eccentric individual. (WE, 9pm ET/PT)

 

Sunday:

Elementary: A survivalist doctor goes missing and, thus, it is up to Watson and Holmes to find out whether it is a simply a case of him going off the grid or if there has been foul play. Meanwhile, Holmes begins displaying some unusual behavior when his romantic relationship with Fiona hits a critical point. Can Holmes handle having a personal life? (CBS, 10pm ET/PT)

 

The Family:

This week we find a badly beaten Hank naming a member of the Warren family as his assailant. Meanwhile, Bridey receives the results of the paternity test that she ran on Adam, which uncovers something shocking and definitive. To top things of, Adam beings to receive posts cards form the pock-marked man that are being sent from around the country. This gives Nina and Agent Clements an actual shot of catching him! We also get a flashback at how John’s grief led to him having an affair. Juicy, right? (ABC, 10pm ET/PT)

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