Most of the major networks are back into originals now from the winter break, giving a lot of good options for MLK Jr. Sports are towards the end of the page.


“How I Met Your Mother” is back with a new episode, fresh off a pretty substantial moment in the series a few weeks ago, which will kick off a new storyline. Criss Angel guest stars on “Rules of Engagement,” Charlie stalks Rose on “Two and a Half Men,” and “Hawaii 5-o” is new.

If you haven’t given CBS new comedy “Mike and Molly” a try, check it out at 9:30 on CBS. It’s the biggest hit of the new season, and it’s pretty entertaining.


NBC is back with a night of originals, with two new series. “Chuck” is brand new at 8 (give it a try if you haven’t) while “The Cape” has new episodes at 9 for the first time. “The Cape” is a new superhero drama, in its third episode. If you like the genre, give it a shot. “Harry’s Law,” starring Kathy Bates premieres at 10.

Verdict isn’t in on the show, so if you’re looking for something to watch and you like Kathy Bates, give it a peak, “Castle’s in repeats.”


ABC is going with a two-hour “Bachelor.” At 10, “Castle” is in repeats–but returns next week with an all-new episode featuring the long-awaited “Castle/Beckett” kiss.


Candice Bergen guest stars on “House” as Cuddy’s mother, so that could make for some compelling drama in what has otherwise been a subpar season. The soon-to-surely-be-cancelled “Lie to Me” airs its next to last episode, before its season (series?) finale.

The CW

The CW will air repeats of “90210” and “Gossip Girl.”


NBA Games on TV Tonight

At 8 pm, TNT will air the Magic at Celtics, a replay of the Christmas game the Celtics lost in the final minutes. At 10:30, TNT will feature the

Thunder at Lakers. That should be a good match, even if the Lakers are looking weak lately.

NHL Games on TV Tonight

Versus will air the LA Kings at the Dallas Stars at 9 pm.

College Basketball on TV Tonight

ESPN will broadcast Syracuse at Pittsburgh, which looks to be a great game.


Tennis is back! ESPN2 will air continuous coverage of the Australian Open at 9 pm.

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Jason Woods is a Blast staff writer

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