TV: Here's what to watch this weekend!

Friday, January 11th - Sunday, January 13th


  • Jimmy Fallon has actor Michael B. Jordan, Cobie Smulders (Friends from College), comedian Sean Finnerty
  • Stephen Colbert has rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson
  • James Corden (repeat) has Ellen DeGeneres, Patrick Wilson
  • Seth Meyers (repeat) has John Cena, Rachel Brosnahan, Brian Posehn, Richard Danielson
  • Ellen DeGeneres has actor Timothee Chalamet, Sarah Hyland (Modern Family)
  • Live With Kelly and Ryan has Keegan-Michael Key (Friends from College), Colton Underwood (The Bachelor), celebrity chef Maria Loi
  • The View has Day of Hot Topics
  • The Talk has model Ashley Graham, Sharon Case (The Young and the Restless), Kristoff St. John (The Young and the Restless), Joshua Morrow (The Young and the Restless), Jess Walton (The Young and the Restless)


  • Fresh Off the Boat Jessica disapproves of Evan having a girlfriend, concerned it will affect his grades. (ABC)
  • Speechless J.J. challenges Maya's mentoring tactics; Jimmy's new TV sets him on a journey for self-betterment. (ABC)
  • 20/20 An interview with actor Robert Blake 14 years after he was acquitted of murdering his wife. (ABC)
  • MacGyver Mac and the gang team up with a master thief to catch an underworld criminal who hired her to steal a dirty bomb. (CBS)
  • Hawaii Five-0 McGarrett and the team support Danny and Rachel by determining what happened when Grace gets into a life-threatening car accident. (CBS)
  • Blue Bloods Frank tries to reinstate an officer he previously fired after questioning the circumstances surrounding her firing. (CBS)
  • Blindspot Weller approves an experimental brain treatment that could eliminate Remi and restore Jane. (NBC)
  • The Blacklist Red represents himself in court, while the task force hunts a renegade doctor and biohacker. (NBC)
  • Dateline NBC The homicide of soldier and young mother Karlyn Ramirez; a glimpse into the FBI's crime lab. (NBC)
  • Last Man Standing Mike struggles to find common ground with the new foreign exchange student. (FOX) 
  • The Cool Kids Hank signs up to host a Shady Meadows closed-circuit TV show but is quickly replaced by Sid. (FOX)
  • Hell's Kitchen Guest judge Valerie Gordon cracks down hard on both teams' take on dessert. (FOX)
  • Whose Line Is It Anyway? (two episodes) 1. (repeat) Carmen Electra 2. (repeat) Jeff Davis. (CW)
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Rebecca decides that she needs to find a way to take her mind off her ex-boyfriends. (CW)


  • The Good Doctor (two episodes) 1. (repeat) A married couple must make a choice. 2. (repeat) The staff races to contain an infection. (ABC)
  • A Million Little Things The gang celebrates Christmas. (ABC)
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (repeat) Hetty is being tortured by her captors in Vietnam; Eric and Nell find a clue to her whereabouts. (CBS)
  • 48 Hours (two episodes) 1. (repeat) A woman is murdered by a clown in her Palm Beach County, Fla., home. 2. A driven detective uses cutting-edge technology to try to solve the nearly three-decade-old murder of two beloved grandmothers. (CBS)
  • The Titan Games Men and women from all walks of life battle head-to-head for the chance to become a Titan. (NBC)
  • America's Got Talent Comics, singers, mentalists, a contortionist and more champions from around the world compete. (NBC)
  • Saturday Night Live (repeat) From Jan. 27, 2018: Host Will Ferrell; Chris Stapleton performs. (NBC)
  • Cowboys at Rams Todd Gurley and the Rams battle against Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys in the NFC divisional round. (FOX)


  • America's Funniest Home Videos Parents trick kids into eating caramel-covered onions; kids say funny things. (ABC)
  • Shark Tank 1. Brothers from Utah introduce their treasure hunt game experience. 2. A way to protect women's handbags; a travel service; a one-handed pull broom and dustpan. (ABC)
  • God Friended Me Miles is shocked when the God account sends him 76 simultaneous friend suggestions. (CBS)
  • NCIS: Los Angeles The team works with the Global Criminal Tribunal when a Syrian is attacked while delivering evidence that would prove chemical weapons were used on civilians. (CBS)
  • Madam Secretary Elizabeth must salvage a deal with a military contractor by supplying fighter jets to Taiwan, but she risks triggering a war with China in the process. (CBS)
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (repeat) An orphan (Daniel Radcliffe) attends a school of witchcraft and wizardry. (NBC)
  • Dateline NBC NBC's durable newsmagazine, featuring a mix of investigations, news updates and interviews. (NBC)
  • The Simpsons Lisa gets a taste of what life could be like with a different, more cultured family. (FOX)
  • Bob's Burgers The Belchers make it their mission to help Teddy get his dream girl. (FOX)
  • Family Guy The Griffins move to Washington, D.C., where Peter is hired as the new White House press secretary. (FOX)
  • Rel (season finale) Rel takes a trip to Cleveland after hearing his daughter got into some trouble; Brittany helps Nat. (FOX)
  • The 24th Annual Critics' Choice Awards Hosted by Taye Diggs ("All American"), Hollywood's best and brightest celebrate the finest in cinematic and televised achievement. (CW)

#TobysPicks: Friday Prime Time is kinda blah... I'd watch Fallon or Colbert late night. Saturday... Titan Games, AGT and FOOTBALL YA"LL! Sunday... it's the Critics Choice Awards, but that's only if I'm bored. It might be more of a Netflix night Sunday, truth be told.