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TV Ratings

It was a big night of programming on the major networks last night with loads of shows returning from their hiatus, primarily due to The Olympics.

Here is how all of the Tuesday night dramas fared in the overall ratings:

8 PM Shows:
NCIS (CBS) [NEW] – 16.9 million
Glee (FOX) [NEW] – 2.9 million
The Originals (The CW) [NEW] – 1.9 million

9 PM Shows:
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) [NEW] – 13.1 million
Supernatural (The CW) [NEW] – 2.4 million

10 PM Shows:
Person of Interest (CBS) [NEW] – 10.8 million
Chicago Fire (NBC) [NEW] – 7.1 million
Mind Games (ABC) [DEBUT] – 3.6 million

What did you watch last night? Please share.

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

7 PM:
Rise of the Guardian movie on HBO Family

7:30 PM:
Captain America: The First Avenger movie on FX

8 PM:
Arrow on The CW (NEW)
Revolution on NBC (Return)
Being Mary Jane on BET (Reair)
Viking on History (Reair)
Castle on TNT
Braveheart movie on AMC

9 PM:
The Tomorrow People on The CW (NEW)
Psych on USA Network (NEW)
Being Mary Jane on BET (Reair)
Banshee on Cinemax (Reair)
Viking on History (Reair)
Black Sails on Starz (Reair)
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey movie on More Max

9:01 PM:
Castle on TNT

9:50 PM:
Beautiful Creatures movie on Cinemax

10 PM:
Nashville on ABC (NEW)
The Americans on FX (Season Premiere)
Being Mary Jane on BET (Reair)
Viking on History (Reair)

10:01 PM:
Chicago P.D. on NBC (NEW)

10:02 PM:
Castle on TNT

Enjoy!

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Hey All,

TELEVISION

The Hallmark Channel has ordered a 10-episode scripted series for their long-running made-for-TV movie franchise The Good Witch that will find actress Catherine Bell (Army Wives and JAG) reprising her lead role of Cassie Nighingale. The seventh movie in the franchise – The Good Witch’s Wonder – will air on October 25 with the new series to kick off on the cable network sometime in early 2015. (Matt Mitovich at TV Line)

Actress Bailee Madison (Trophy Wife and Once Upon a Time) will have a recurring role on the ABC Family drama The Fosters during the show’s upcoming second season that will air this summer. She will play a girl who is connected to Callie’s (series regular Maia Mitchell) past. (Vlada Gelman at TV Line)

Actor Matt Lauria (The Chicago Code and Friday Night Lights) will star opposite Frank Grillo (The Gates) in DirecTV’s 10-episode straight-to-series drama Navy St. that is a gritty family drama set against the backdrop of a mixed martial arts (MMA) gym in Venice, California. Lauria will play Ryan, a former three-time All-American wrestler at Arizona State and an ex-Olympian, who was once on top of the world , but when he shows up at Alvey’s (Grillo) gym, he is a changed man. (Michael Ausiello at TV Line)

MADE-FOR-TV MOVIE NEWS

Actor Wyatt Nash (Pretty Little Liars and Mistresses) will take over the role of Christopher Dollanganger in the Lifetime made-for-TV movie sequel Petals on the Wind. He joins recently announced actress Rose McIver (Once Upon a Time), who takes over the role of Cathy Dollanganger, and returning stars Heather Graham and Ellen Burstyn. (Tierney Bricker at E! Online)

DEVELOPMENT NEWS

Actor Clifton Collins, Jr. (Red Widow and The Event) will join Ryan Phillippe, Juliette Lewis and KaDee Strickland in the ABC drama pilot called Secrets & Lies, which centers on Ben (Phillippe), a family man who becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a young boy when he finds the body. Clifton will play Ben’s childhood friend and tenant in Ben’s pool house who is unwaveringly supportive of Ben. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actor Tim Daly (Private Practice) has joined the cast of the CBS drama pilot Madam Secretary that explores the personal and professional life of a maverick female Secretary of State (Tea Leoni) as she drives international diplomacy, wrangles office politics and balances a complex family life. Daly will play her husband Henry, a professor of medieval religious history. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actor Skeet Ulrich (Jericho) will star alongside Meagan Good (Deception) in the NBC drama pilot called Babylon Fields in which the dead are resurrected and try to resume their former lives. He will play the dual roles of Father Harries, a local priest, and his estranged identical twin brother Graham, a junkie who returns from the dead. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actor Mykelti Williamson (Justified) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot Clementine, which focuses on Clementine Ross (newcomer Sarah Snook), a habitual criminal who digs into the mystery of her origins after she becomes the target of a group of zealots who fear she possesses latent supernatural abilities that she will one day harness for either profound good or monstrous evil. Williamson will play Ray Allison, a hard-working, recently divorced detective with the Philadelphia Police Department. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actress Michelle Harrison (Emily Owens, M.D.) has joined the cast of The CW drama pilot The Flash that will focus on the DC Comics hero Barry Allen (Grant Gustin from Glee), a Central City assistant police forensics investigator-turned-superhero. Harrison will play his mother, Nora Allen, who will obviously be seen in flashbacks since in the story that is already known about Barry his mother was killed. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actor Charlie Weber (90210 and Buffy, the Vampire Slayer) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot How to Get Away With Murder that is about a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant, mysterious criminal defense professor, Annalise Dewitt (a role that has yet to be cast), who become entangled in a murder plot that will rock their entire university and change the course of their lives. Weber is expected to play Frank Delgado, her associate, a macho, takes-no-shit type of guy, a local Philly boy done good. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Veteran actress Jamie Lee Curtis has joined the cast of the CBS drama pilot Only Human that is about four siblings who had their entire lives documented by a filmmaker until age 32, when the documentary stops and everyone comes to find the four’s real lives are quite different from the way they had been portrayed on TV. Curtis will play their mother, Caroline Lang, a part time clinician, who runs a hospital with the authority of a woman with a distinguished career behind her. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actors Malcolm Goodwin (Breakout Kings) and David Anders (Alias and Once Upon a Time) have joined the cast of The CW drama pilot called iZombie, a supernatural crime procedural that centers on Liv, a med student-turned-zombie who takes a job in the coroner’s office to gain access to the brains she must reluctantly eat to maintain her humanity, but with each brain she consumes, she inherits the corpse’s memories. With the help of her medical examiner boss and a police detective (to be played by Goodwin), she solves homicide cases in order to quiet the disturbing voices in her head. Anders will play the show’s bad guy Blaine, an entitled rich kid who bites off more than he can chew in the drug business. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

NOTE: SO iZombie is going to be Tru Calling but with a zombie as the lead. Great?! That’s a not so happy great, by the way!

Actress Lily Rabe (American Horror Story) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot The Visitors that is about a race against the clock to defeat an unseen alien enemy out to destroy the world by using the Earth’s most precious resource: children. Rabe will play Claire Bennigan, an FBI agent and single mother who is torn between work and home life. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actor Michael Trucco (Killer Women and Battlestar Galactica) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot Sea of Fire that follows the fallout — including one murder and a disappearance — from the discovery that three teenage girls in a small town starred in a pornographic film. He will play Pete Harper, the father of the lost girls’ boyfriend. (Michael Ausiello at TV Line)

Actress Ashley Judd (most recently seen on the small screen in the short-lived Missing) has joined the cast of the NBC drama pilot Salvation that follows a family that rallies together after the death of their father, the leader of a Texas mega church. She will play the matriarch of the family. (Whitney Friedlander at Variety)

That’s it. Enjoy!

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TV Ratings

Now that the Olympics have come to a close, it is time for programming to get back to normal; meaning it was a very busy night on the major networks last night.

Here is how the Monday night dramas, that aired new episodes, fared in the overall ratings:

8 PM Shows:
Almost Human (FOX) [NEW] – 5.7 million
Star-Crossed (The CW) [NEW] – 1.1 million

9 PM Show:
The Following (FOX) [NEW] – 4.6 million

10 PM Shows:
The Blacklist (NBC) [NEW – Return] – 11.3 million
Castle (ABC) [NEW] – 8.7 million
Intelligence (CBS) [NEW] – 5.4 million

What did you watch last night? Please share.

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Based on information provided by the Box Office Mojo and some internet research, here are just some of the movies you can expect to see in the movie theatres in March:

300: Rise of An Empire
Opens: March 7

The film centers on Themistocles (Sullivan Stapleton) and Artemisia I of Caria (Eva Green), as well as Xerxes I of Persia (Rodrigo Santoro). The Battle of Artemisium was a naval engagement, concurrent with the battle of Thermopylae, and was fought between an alliance of Greek city-states and the Persian Empire in September 480 BC, in the straits between the mainland and the northern tip of the island of Euboea (modern Evvia). The cast includes Lena Headey.

Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Opens: March 7

This 3D computer-animated comedy features Mr. Peabody (Ty Burrell), a talking dog who is the smartest being in the world and his adopted boy Sherman (Max Charles). When Sherman’s misuse of their time traveling machine results in disastrous and comical results, it is up to them to put things on track before the space-time continuum is irreparably destroyed. The voice cast includes Ariel Winter, Stephen Colbert, Leslie Mann, Allison Janney, Stephen Tobolowsky, Mel Brooks, Stanley Tucci, Lake Bell, Patrick Warburton and Dennis Haysbert.

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Opens: March 7

In 1920s Europe, a famed hotel concierge by the name of Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes) is bequeathed a painting called Boy With Apple after his one night stand, Madame D (Tilda Swinton), is killed. Madame D’s son, Dmitri (Adrien Brody), vows revenge on Gustave by framing him for Madame D’s murder. Zero Moustafa (Tony Revolori), the lobby boy, and his love interest, Agatha (Saoirse Ronan), help Gustave hide Boy with Apple from Dmitri and the authorities. The cast also includes F. Murray Abraham, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Kietel, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Jason Schwartzmann, Tom Wilkinson, Owen Wilson and Lea Seydoux.

Need for Speed
Opens: March 14

After being released from prison for a crime that he didn’t commit, a street racer, Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul), is set to race cross-country and to avenge the death of his friend Pete. The cast includes Imogen Poots, Dominic Cooper and Dakota Johnson.

Veronica Mars
Opens: March 14

The fan-sponsored film (through the now legendary Kickstarter campaign) finds the titular character (Kristin Bell), former high school sleuth, has moved to New York City with her boyfriend Stosh “Piz” Piznarski (Chris Lowell) an indefinite amount of time after the final episode of the three-season TV series. Veronica wishes to distance herself as far from her hometown of Neptune, California as possible, but is forced to return there when her old boyfriend Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring) is, once again, accused of murder. Oh, and she’ll be there right in time for her 10th high school reunion. All of the original cast members, including Enrico Colantoni, Percy Daggs III, Francis Capra, Ryan Hansen and Tina Majorino, will reprise their roles along with recurring actors Ken Marino, Krysten Ritter and Max Greenfield as in the mix.

Blood Ties
Opens: March 21

It’s New York in 1974 and 50-year old Chris (Clive Owen) has just been released on good behavior after several years in prison following a gangland murder. Waiting for him reluctantly outside the prison gates is his younger brother, Frank (Billy Crudup), a cop with a bright future. Chris and Frank have always been different, and their father, Leon (James Caan), who’d raised them alone, seems strangely to prefer Chris – despite all his troubles. Yet blood ties are the ones that bind. Frank, hoping that his brother has changed, is willing to give him a chance; he shares his home, finds him a job, and helps him reconnect with his children and his ex-wife, Monica (Marion Cotillard). But Chris’ past quickly catches up to him, and his descent back into a life of crime becomes inevitable. For Frank, this descent proves to be the last in a long line of betrayals, and after his brother’s latest transgressions, he banishes him from his life. The film also stars Zoe Saldana, Mila Kunis and Matthias Schoenaerts.

Divergent
Opens: March 21

Based on the first book in the Veronica Roth trilogy, the film is set in a futuristic Chicago where people are divided into five distinct factions based on their personalities. Beatrice “Tris” Prior (Shailene Woodley) discovers that she is Divergent, meaning she does not fit into any one faction, and soon uncovers a sinister plot brewing in her seemingly perfect society. The large cast includes Theo James, Kate Winslet, Zoe Kravitz, Maggie Q, Ray Stevenson, Tony Goldwyn, Ashley Judd, Miles Teller, Jai Courtney and Mekhi Phifer and will introduce newcomers such as Ansel Elgort, Ben Lamb, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Christian Madsen, Amy Newbold and Justine Wachsberger.

Muppet Most Wanted
Opens: March 21

The Muppets are back for another adventure this time Kermit the Frog is mistaken for the world’s number one criminal Constantine, who looks just like Kermit except he has a Russian accent and mole above his lip. Constantine escapes capture, takes over Kermit’s life while Kermit sits in a Russian prison. The rest of the story you will have to see to believe. Some of the actual actors who will have roles in the film include Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell and Tina Fey with a legend of actors/actresses making cameo appearances.

Stretch
Opens: March 21

Patrick Wilson will star as a down on his luck limo driver whose new assignment turns out to be a true suicide mission. Although the eccentric billionaire (Chris Pine) who he is driving around Los Angeles might provide him with the tip to end all his troubles, he just might get him killed too. The film also stars Brooklyn Decker, Ed Helms, Jessica Alba, James Badge Dale and Ray Liotta.

Noah
Opens: March 28

The biblical story of Noah and the Ark is played out with Russell Crowe in the title role as he builds an ark to protect his family, which consists of his wife Naameh (Jennifer Connelly), adopted daughter Ila (Emma Watson) and son’s Ham (Logan Lerman) and Shem (Douglas Booth), and the Earth’s creatures after receiving visions of the world’s destruction from God. In this version, however, Noah is pitted against the barbaric Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone), who believes Noah to be a madman rather than a true prophet. The cast includes Anthony Hopkins, Kevin Durand and Marton Csokas.

Sabotage
Opens: March 28

A team of Drug Enforcement Administration operatives, led by John “Breacher” Wharton (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is sent to bust the safe house of a drug cartel, although the main and actual motive is to pocket millions of dollars worth of loot. With the money safely hidden, the squad thinks that their secret is safe – until a mysterious assassin starts assassinating the team members one by one. The cast includes Sam Worthington, Olivia Williams Mireille Enos, Terrence Howard, Joe Manganiello, Harold Perrineau, Martin Donovan, Max Martini and Josh Holloway.

Movies coming out in April will be posted at the end of March.

Enjoy!

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

7:30 PM:
Thor movie on FX

8 PM:
NCIS on CBS (NEW)
The Originals on The CW (NEW)
Pretty Little Liars on ABC Family (NEW)
Being Mary Jane on BET (Reair)
Rizzoli & Isles on TNT (Reair)
Steel Magnolias movie on TV Guide Network

9 PM:
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (NEW)
Supernatural on The CW (NEW)
Twisted on ABC Family (NEW)
Being Mary Jane on BET (NEW)
Rizzoli & Isles on TNT (Season Premiere)
Awkward on MTV (Reair)
Black Sails on Starz (Reair)

10 PM:
Mind Games on ABC (DEBUT)
Chicago Fire on NBC (Return)
Pretty Little Liars on ABC Family (Encore)
Being Mary Jane on BET (NEW)
Justified on FX (NEW)
Banshee on Cinemax (Reair)

10:01 PM:
Person of Interest on CBS (NEW)
Perception on TNT (Season Premiere)

10:05 PM:
Black Sails on Starz (Reair)

10:30 PM
Awkward on MTV (Reair)

Enjoy!

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Hey All,

Here are the news items for today:

GENERAL NEWS

Congrats are extended to the winners of the NAACP Image Awards, including (but not limited to) Scandal, Kerry Washington, LL Cool J, Taraji P. Henson, Joe Morton, Morris Chestnut, Being Mary Jane, Gabrielle Union and Idris Elba.

TELEVISION

It seems that NBC has decided to charge up their defunct series Heroes for a 13-epiosde mini-series event next year. It will be called Heroes: Reborn, but no other details have been released. A digital series will debut prior to the event series to introduce/reintroduce the series to viewers. (Cynthia Littleton at Variety)

British actor Samuel Anderson (Gavin & Stacey) will have a recurring role on Doctor Who alongside new incoming Doctor Peter Capaldi and current companion Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman). Anderson will play Danny Pink, a teacher at Coal Hill School where Clara also teaches. (Nancy Tartaglione at Deadline)

Legendary actress Ann-Margaret will have a recurring role on the Showtime drama Ray Donovan, playing the ever-beautiful June Wilson, a major star back in her day who has a past with Ray’s boss Ezra Goldman (Elliott Gould). (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actress Janet McTeer (The White Queen) will star opposite Kal Penn (House) in the CBS drama series Battle Creek that is set for next season. The series centers on a detective and an FBI agent with very different world views who are teamed up to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek, MI. McTeer will play Commander Guziewicz, Commander of the Battle Creek Police Department. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

DEVELOPMENT NEWS

Actresses Meta Golding (The Tomorrow People) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot called Agatha, which is about Agatha McAuliffe, a former convict turned big city criminologist who is brought in to help local police, including her estranged chief detective father, to crack a case involving a perplexing disappearance. Golding will play Stacy Soto, a smart, sassy, tough-as-nails DA who is not only Agatha’s nemesis but is dating Agatha’s father. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actor Matt Ryan (Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior) has landed the title role in the NBC drama pilot Constantine based on the DC Comics character. The pilot is about an enigmatic and irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective who is thrust into the role of defending us against dark forces from beyond. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actress Sandrine Holt (Hostages and House of Cards) and actor Pedro Pascal (Graceland and soon-to-be-seen on Game of Thrones) have joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot Exposed, which is about Anna Loach (a role that is yet to be cast), an investigative journalist who will stop at nothing to uncover the truth, including making questionable alliances. Holt will play Jill Hwang-Joffe, Anna’s managing editor who wants her to look into the whistle blower story while Pascal will play Anna’s boyfriend Oscar Castro Vargas. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actor Kevin G. Schmidt (The Young and the Restless and Unnatural History) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot called Sea of Fire, which chronicles the fallout from three teenage girls starring in a pornographic film (one of whom goes missing), an event that tears their families apart and leads to a disappearance and a murder in their small town of Serenity Falls. He will play Xander Harper, Jane’s (a role that has yet to be cast) all-American athlete boyfriend who becomes a suspect in her disappearance. Also, actress Amanda Detmer (Necessary Roughness) has joined the cast, playing Jane’s mother. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actress Justina Machado (Welcome to the Family and The Fosters) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot Warriors that is about the best and brightest active duty military doctors and nurses as they practice trailblazing medicine. She will play Anna Stonecifer, a surgical nurse. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Laz Alonzo (Breakout Kings) will star opposite Debra Messing in the NBC drama pilot The Mysteries Of Laura that follows the life and relationships of Laura Diamond (Messing), a female homicide detective who can handle murderous criminals, but not her hell-raising twin children. Alonso will play Billy, Laura’s partner in crime. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actress Hope Davis (The Newsroom) and Margarita Levieva (Revenge) have joined the cast of the NBC drama pilot Coercion that revolves around the O’Connor family and their extremely intelligent son, Alex, a decorated American war hero and newly minted CIA analyst who is a true patriot and loves his country and family. Unbeknownst to him, his father, his mother (Davis) and his sister (Levieva) are part of a dormant Russian sleeper cell that has just been reactivated. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actor Ioan Gruffudd (Ringer and the Fantastic Four franchise) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot Forever that centers on Dr. Henry Morgan (Gruffudd), New York City’s star medical examiner. But what no one knows is Henry studies the dead for a reason, he is immortal. His investigative work with Detective Jo Martinez and relationship with best friend Abe (Judd Hirsch) will peel back the layers of Henry’s colorful and long life. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

BOX OFFICE NEWS

Here are the top 10 box office films from this past weekend courtesy of TV Guide:

1. The LEGO Movie – 31.5 million
2. 3 Days to Kill – 12.3 million
3. Pompeii – 10 million
4. RoboCop – 9.4 million
5. The Monuments Men – 8.1 million
6. About Last night – 7.4 million
8. Frozen – 4.4 million
9. Endless Love – 4.3 million
10. Winter’s Tale – 2.1 million

Q&A SECTION (with TV Scoop Team at E! Online)

Question: I need some Pretty Little Liars scoop! What’s up with Spencer? She’s totally losing it! – Riley

TV Scoop Team: Brace yourself because Spencer’s erratic behavior is only going to get worse and worse. FYI, this is not the first time that little miss Hastings has gone off the deep end. Executive producer Oliver Goldstick explains that when it comes to the summer that Alison disappeared, Spencer’s mind was not in the healthiest state. “With Spencer, there are big gaping holes in her memory which will serve as incredibly difficult realizations about what she may have done. There are revelations and realizations that she maybe had confrontations or ugly encounters that she may have blotted out and can’t remember,” he revealed. “But there are people that are going to remind her, you better believe it! Somebody was taking notes that summer.”

Question: Do you guys have anything for Once Upon a Time? – Michelle

TV Scoop Team: Two words: Flying. Monkeys. The winter premiere of the magical ABC drama is packed with jaw-dropping moments and heart-warming scenes—especially for all you CaptainSwan shippers out there! We’re serious, after watching this hour, even the strongest Neal fan will begin to doubt their feelings and wonder if they’re rooting for the right couple.

Question: Twisted is so good this season! What’s coming up? – Laurel

TV Scoop Team: A lot of inner turmoil for Danny, that’s what. Not only is a blast from the past trying to wreck havoc on Danny’s world, he’s also going to trying to come to terms with the fact that he killed his father. “I think that’s going to be his main internal battle for some time,” Twisted star Avan Jogia spilled to us. “I think it’s something you don’t recover from ever, and but he learns how to deal with it. It’s another thing he can’t be truthful about.” But it was totally self-defense! “if you think it’s self-defense or not, there’s also other factors that come up in the season that make everyone question whether that’s the case or not.” Yikes.

That’s it. Enjoy!

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Here is a long list of the programming options to expect on TV this week:

On February 24, The Blacklist will return on NBC at 10 PM after the Olympics come to a close and also Dallas will return for a new season on TNT at 9 PM.

Rizzoli & Isles and Perception will both be back on TNT for the start of their new seasons on February 25 at 9 and 10 PM respectively; Glee will be back with the rest of its current season on FOX at 8 PM (its new time slot) and the new ABC drama Mind Games will debut at 10 PM. This new series focuses on brothers Ross (Christian Slater) and Clark Edwards (Steve Zahn) who can tailor a plan to influence any life-altering situation, making their clients’ dreams come true and their nightmares go away. The cast includes Megalyn Echikunwoke (The 4400) and Jaime Ray Newman (Eureka and Red Widow)

On February 26, The Americans will be back with the start of its second season on FX at 10 PM.

Both Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal will air their spring premieres on ABC on February 27 at 9 and 10 PM respectively; the 10-episode second season of Vikings will return to the History Channel at 10 PM and the new 6-part Sundance Channel mini-series The Red Road will debut at 9 PM. This mini focuses on the fraught relationship between a Native American community and their non-Native neighbors in a fictional town in New Jersey. Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) stars as the prodigal son with a shadowy past who returns to his hometown and crosses paths with the local sheriff (Martin Henderson).

On February 28, Grimm will be back from its hiatus (due to the Olympics) on NBC at 9 PM followed by the second season premiere of Hannibal at 10 PM.

Lastly, the Academy Awards will be presented on ABC on March 2 at 8:30 PM.

Mark your calendar!

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

6:50 PM
Beautiful Creatures movie on More Max

7 PM:
Joyful Noise movie on HBO
Life of Pi movie on HBO Family

7:30 PM
Shakespeare in Love movie on Fox Movie Channel

8 PM:
Star-Crossed on The CW (NEW)
Almost Human on FOX (NEW)
Switched at Birth on ABC Family (NEW)
Cracked on Reelz Channel (NEW)
Bitten on Syfy (NEW)
Banshee on Cinemax (Reair)
Dallas on TNT (Reair)
Road House movie on AMC
Freedom Writers movie on Oxygen

9 PM:
Beauty And the Beast on The CW (NEW)
The Following on FOX (NEW)
The Fosters on ABC Family (NEW)
King on Reelz Channel (NEW)
Being Human on Syfy (NEW)
Dallas on TNT (Season Premiere)
Teen Wolf on MTV (Reair)
The Legend of Zorro movie on Starz

10 PM:
Intelligence on CBS (NEW)
The Blacklist on NBC (Return)
Teen Wolf on MTV (NEW)
Lost Girl on Syfy (NEW)
The Fosters on ABC Family (Encore)
When Harry Met Sally movie on TV Guide Network

10:01 PM:
Castle on ABC (NEW)

Enjoy!

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The Red Road

The new 6-part Sundance Channel mini-series The Red Road will debut on February 27 at 9 PM.

This mini focuses on the fraught relationship between a Native American community and their non-Native neighbors in a fictional town in New Jersey. Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) stars as the prodigal son with a shadowy past who returns to his hometown and crosses paths with the local sheriff (Martin Henderson).

The cast also includes Tom Sizemore, Allie Gonino and Lisa Bonet.

Here is a trailer for The Red Road.

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