Week in Sloth
“Parks and Recreation” (KOB-4 7pm) The Parks & Rec gang starts off a new season by ditching Pawnee and heading to London.
“The Crazy Ones” (KRQE-13 8pm) Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar star as a father-and-daughter team running a Chicago ad agency.
“The Michael J. Fox Show” (KOB-4 8pm) The former “Family Ties” actor injects a little star power into NBC’s Thursday night lineup.
“MasterChef Junior” (KASA-2 7pm) Oh great: Gordon Ramsay launching insults and expletives at 10-year-olds.
“History Made Now: Wheels of Fortune” (History 7pm) Car collectors from around the world flock to a small midwestern town to bid on the mother lode of classic cars—500 untouched, undriven cars from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, all hidden for decades in a closed-down Chevy dealership.
“Dixie Divers” (Discovery 8pm) Pearl diving in rural Tennessee? Oh, rednecks, is there nothing you can’t do?
“The Doctors Revisited—the Ninth Doctor” (BBC America 6pm) BBC America makes its way into the new “Doctor Who” era, profiling the ninth Doctor, Christopher Eccleston.
“Instant Mom” (Nickelodeon 6:30pm) A 25-year-old party girl named Stephanie (a Tamera-less Tia Mowry) becomes an “instant mom” when she marries an older guy with three kids in Nick at Nite’s newest sitcom.
“Breaking Bad” (AMC 7pm) It all comes down to this. The series finale of one of TV’s all-time best.
“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” (CNN 7pm) Bourdain heads to New Mexico to check out the usual highlights: art in Santa Fe, UFOs in Roswell.
“Betrayal” (KOAT-7 9pm) A married photographer has an affair with a married lawyer—who, as it turns out, is defending a crime boss who’s being prosecuted by the photographer’s husband. Like most shows on TV now, this one’s a remake of some northern European series.
“Hello Ladies” (HBO 8:30pm) Ricky Gervais’ pal Stephen Merchant plays a socially awkward Englishman looking for love in LA.
“We Are Men” (KRQE-13 8:30pm) After being left at the altar, a guy moves into an apartment complex and befriends three older, divorced men (including Tony Shalhoub and Jerry O’Connell).
“Wolfblood” (Disney 9pm) Disney, figuring the teens are probably still obsessed with the whole vampire/werewolf thing, starts airing this British/German fantasy series.
“Arrow: Year One” (KWBQ-19 7pm) The CW gets you in the mood for season 2 of its superhero series by recapping everything that happened in season 1.
“Super Fun Night” (KOAT-7 8:30pm) Rebel Wilson from Bridesmaids gets her own series about a bunch of party-minded office workers out on the town.
“Ironside” (KOB-4 9pm) Quite honestly the original “Ironside” was a generic detective show distinguishable only by the fact that the lead character was in a wheelchair. I’m sure this reboot will be totally different.
Two Eagles Premiere at KiMo Theatre
On January 25, 2015, two experienced gas balloonists—one from Albuquerque, one from Moscow—launched their bid for a place in the record books.
Spielberg Classics: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1979) at KiMo Theatre
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