What to Watch Tonight: Glee's Michael Jackson Tribute, Justified, and Tosh.0

What to watch on Tuesday, January 31...

Phew! It's Tuesday! Tuesdays are really kind of the best now. There is almost too much on TV? Not complaining. Check it:

8pm, Fox
Glee
Like an abusive spouse Glee, once again begs us to come back—but instead of flowers and chocolates it's got a Michael Jackson-themed episode in its outstretched arms. Will we fall for this ploy yet again? Probably. It's a Michael Jackson-themed episode! Tonight the team rivalries heat up in the approach to Regionals, plus Kurt and Rachel wait to hear from their college admissions offices, and sparks fly between Sam and Mercedes. Oooh! [Michael Jackson voice]

9pm, Fox
New Girl
The enormously awesome Lizzy Caplan returns tonight as Julia, Nick's non-committal lawyer ladyfriend. Meanwhile Jess and Schmidt encourage Winston to reconnect with an old college girlfriend. And elsewhere, the universe struggles to not implode as a result of Lizzy Caplan AND Zooey Deschanel appearing on the same TV show.

10pm, FX
Justified
Raylan's headed for trouble with the new head of the Dixie Mafia when he decides to take down a particularly mean Oxycontin dealer. Meanwhile, Boyd attempts to win back parts of his family's empire but his methods threaten to ruin the whole thing.

SEASON 4 PREMIERE, 10pm, Comedy Central
Tosh.0
TV's most gay-obsessed straight dude Daniel Tosh returns from hiatus tonight to quash rumors of his being replaced and also learn tips on how to meet European men. Plus, he'll present the usual array of ludicrous web clips and unveil his brand-new wardrobe, which definitely won't be ridiculous. No, that wouldn't be Daniel Tosh's style at all.

10pm, USA
White Collar
True Blood's Joe Manganiello throws his handsomeness hat into the handsomeness ring when he guest-stars as a criminal who Peter and Neal suspect to be a part of hotel robbery ring. Highly susceptible ladies of leisure are advised to lay out smelling salts on their fainting couches prior to tuning in.

11:31pm, Comedy Central
Björk on The Colbert Report
Here's a Tuesday treat for you: Legendary musician, actress, and art persona Björk stops by The Colbert Report to discuss her new album/iPad app experience Biophilia. Wait, WHO is stopping by WHERE? This couldn't be anything less than awesome, right?


PLUS NEW EPISODES OF...
Inside the Actors Studio: George Clooney, 7 p.m., Bravo
90210, 8 p.m., CW
Switched at Birth, 8 p.m., ABC Family
The Biggest Loser, 8 p.m., NBC
Celebrity Wife Swap: Mick Foley & Antonio Sabato Jr., SEASON 1 FINALE, 9 p.m., ABC
Dance Moms, 9 p.m., Lifetime
Dirty Jobs, 9 p.m., Discovery
Jane by Design, 9 p.m., ABC Family
Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?, 9 p.m., WE
Ringer, 9 p.m., CW
Shipping Wars, 9 p.m., A&E;
Sorority Girls, SERIES PREMIERE, 9 p.m., TLC
Raising Hope, 9:30 p.m., Fox
Chopped, 10 p.m., Food Network
Ink Master, 10 p.m., Spike
Southland, 10 p.m., TNT
Tabatha Takes Over, 10 p.m., Bravo
Teen Mom 2, 10 p.m., MTV
The Game, 10 p.m., BET
Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, 10 p.m., Oxygen
Undercover Princes, SERIES PREMIERE, 10 p.m., TLC
Key & Peele, SERIES PREMIERE, 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central
Let's Stay Together, 11 p.m., BET

LATE-NITE PICKS:
Jack McBrayer on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 12:37 a.m., NBC
Martin Scorsese & Kenneth Branagh on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 12 a.m., ABC
Michelle Obama on Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35 p.m., NBC
Ringo Starr on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37 a.m., CBS
Stephen Merchant on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35 p.m., CBS
The Horrors on Last Call with Carson Daly, 1:35 a.m., NBC

 

What are you watching tonight?

Comments (53)
Submit
Sort: Latest | Popular
Hello, My name is Edith, a young girl of 24. I am grateful to visit your account, I do cherished it and i will like to get acquainted with you. I has an important issue to share with you if you would be kind enough to write me in my email (edithmaxwell82@yahoo.com) while i will get back to you with the content detail and my pictures. I shall be waiting to see your response in my email. please endeavor to write me. Have a beautiful day.

Reply
Flag
my co-worker's sister-in-law makes $71/hr on the laptop. She has been fired from work for 10 months but last month her income was $7264 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Go to this web site and read more... http://tux-pla.net/jg7
Reply
Flag
White Collar
Reply
Flag
Glee
Reply
Flag
And maybe Key & Peele.
Reply
Flag
Key and Peele was great.
Reply
Flag
New Girl, Switched at Birth, Ringer, Raising Hope!
Reply
Flag
Glee.
Reply
Flag
New Girl, Raising Hope.
Reply
Flag
gotta be kidding me!!! tuesdays the best??? there's nothing but BS apart from white collar justified and ringer, but on mondays are alcatraz, pretty little liars, the lying game, gossip girl, hart of dixie and how I met your mother: mondays RULE!!!!!
Reply
Flag
looking forward to white collar and justified. will be watching glee just because my mother loves it.
Reply
Flag
Glee, New Girl, White Collar
Reply
Flag
Capital G GLEE!
Reply
Flag
New Girl, White Collar, and of course, Justified! Also, the Late Late Show with C. Fergs.
Reply
Flag
New Girl and White Collar, maybe also Craig Ferguson
Reply
Flag
New Girl and White Collar, maybe Craig Ferguson
Reply
Flag
White Collar, Justified, Tosh.0, Key & Peele (thank goodness for constant Comedy Central reruns since all those shows air at the same time), Craig Ferguson, and now I guess the Colbert Report - thanks for the head's up.
Reply
Flag
I'm in desperate need of European men, Tosh.0
Reply
Flag
wow,., a good 90% of the comments include Ringer! impressive
Reply
Flag
Ringer, Raising Hope, Glee, New Girl, 90210, Switched at Birth .... and you are right, Lizzy Caplan is awesome
Reply
Flag
glee
Reply
Flag
Oh and Key and Peele. I have high hopes for this show. If it can even be half as awesome as The Chappelle Show it will be great.
Reply
Flag
Justified. And maybe New Girl for Lizzy Caplan. I seriously don't understand why they keep bringing actresses on that are better than Zooey Deschanel. I think Lizzy is number 3 or 4. Sad really.
Reply
Flag
New Girl, (I've given up on Glee totally.................but maybe I should watch this episode. Just maybe.) And the craziness that is Ringer is back!!! Yayyy!!
Reply
Flag
WHITE COLLAR!
Reply
Flag
Justified & Southland
Reply
Flag
why isn't CONAN on this list????
Reply
Flag
Switched at Birth, White Collar
Reply
Flag
ABC: Nothing

CBS: Nothing

NBC: Nothing

FOX: Glee, New Girl & Raising Hope

CW: Ringer



Please watch Ringer it is a great show everyone!!!! :) I believe it is only going to get better from here.
Reply
Flag
I know, it's a fun show. While it's no Revenge, it's still pretty good and campy.
Reply
Flag
Revenge is the guiltiest of all guilty pleasures. Ringer, even though is a decent show,, it could have been a much better show than revenge, but simply falls short in many aspects
Reply
Flag
Glee, New Girl, Raising Hope, Southland, Jack McBrayer on Fallon and Imelda May! on Leno.
Reply
Flag
Glee, ur killing me! Are there any kids involved???
Reply
Flag
No Ringer shout out? BOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!
Reply
Flag
I know.... I mean, after all it finally returns after such a long hiatus.
Reply
Flag
Ringer,finally! It's been a long wait and I'm really excited. I can't wait to see the troubles Siobhan causes back home...
Reply
Flag
Exactly! I am curious to see whether the revamped Ringer is getting their act together...
Reply
Flag
In my opinion, the main problem with Ringer is that it could be even better than it already is. I mean it's a fun and good show but I feel that if they wanted it could be even better. It just hasn't reached hasn't reached its full potential as a show.... It reminds me of Dallas when it started, it was a good show but then it got even better and turned into the great show we all know.
Reply
Flag
Lizzy Caplan (New Girl), White Collar, Raising Hope. And also continuing to catch up with the good wife, I'm about a third of the way through season two - it's great.
Reply
Flag
I would like to say I am done with Ringer, since I didn't miss it, but I will probably check it out, and check out Tosh.
Reply
Flag
justified , ringer , colbert
Reply
Flag
I'll be watching Switched at Birth and Ringer live and I'll DVR Glee, New Girl, and Jane By Design.



I haven't actually missed Ringer in its time of hiatus, and even though I'm not heavily attached to the show as I would have liked to have been, I keep watching just because I don't quit on shows so easily.
Reply
Flag
Glee, Ringer, Raising Hope, Key & Peele and Tosh.0.
Reply
Flag
Glee, New Girl, Ringer.
Reply
Flag
New Girl, Ringer
Reply
Flag
Glee, White Collar & Ringer
Reply
Flag
Seriously Glee, a Michael Jackson episode? Didn't we have Thriller in the Superbowl episode last year? Didn't we just have an all-Michael Jackson set list for the Sectionals episode? These days episodes WITHOUT Michael Jackson songs are becoming the themed episodes.
Reply
Flag
New Girl, White Collar and Bjrk on The Colbert Report!
Reply
Flag
New Girl, White Collar, Southland, Switched at Birth, Craig Ferguson
Reply
Flag
Glee, New Girl, Raising Hope, The Game, White Collar, and Tosh.0
Reply
Flag
White Collar, Jane By Design, Ink Master. I want to say I'll watch Ringer, but I actually never missed it in its absence, so that would be a clue, right?
Reply
Flag
Switched at Birth, Glee, Ringer, New Girl, Raising Hope, Parenthood, Justified, Southland, White Collar
Reply
Flag
southland, white collar new girl

Reply
Flag

Like TV.com on Facebook