The Carrie Diaries
Weaver (Chris Wood) tries to help Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) overcome her writer's block but winds up getting in the way. Shocking news brings Maggie and Sebastian (Katie Findlay, Austin Butler) closer. Walt (Brendan Dooling) goes to extremes to ensure his safety after Bennet (Jake Robinson) moves to a dangerous neighborhood. Larissa and Samantha (Freema Agyeman, Lindsey Gort) find common ground in the new episode "The Safety Dance."
After a playground bully tells her that Santa Claus does not exist, 8-year-old Virginia O'Hanlon (voice of Beatrice Miller) writes to the New York Sun, asking whether St. Nick is real. Her letter attracts the attention of curmudgeonly editor Francis Church (voice of Alfred Molina), who responds in print with one of the most famous holiday columns of all time. This animated special also includes the voices of Neil Patrick Harris and Jennifer Love Hewitt.
It's all about the whimsical headgear in this new episode. Two mothers from New Jersey seek financing for their detachable Mohawks made for kids safety helmets, and entrepreneurs from Los Angeles pitch a line of hat and scarf combinations with animal themes. A former pro football player shows off his microwaveable boneless baby back ribs. Shark Robert Herjavec takes a liking to a Texan's reality interface for video gamers.
Amanda (Melinda Clarke) plants evidence that Nikita (Maggie Q) was hired by Pakistan to kill the president, causing tensions between Pakistan and the U.S. to escalate. Birkhoff's (Aaron Stanford) bizarre behavior has Ryan (Noah Bean) suspecting that he's really a double planted by Amanda. Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) is captured and questioned by the CIA in the new episode "Set-Up."
Nick and Hank (David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby) investigate one of their weirdest cases to date when a boy's troublesome symptoms indicate possible demon possession and a connection to the dark dealings of the Wesen Council. Rosalee (Bree Turner) finds her Wesen loyalties challenged in the new episode "Stories We Tell Our Young." Sasha Roiz and Bitsie Tulloch also star.
Time of Death
Wrapping up its run tonight, this poignant series follows real people who are facing the end of their lives as they confront the inevitable and help their loved ones prepare for life without them. While it's not always easy to watch, it's a powerful reminder of the fragility and preciousness of life.
A Chinese-American lawyer (Daniel Henney) is sent to Shanghai to close a deal that doesn't go well. Unable to speak the language or understand the local customs, he finds himself leaning on a group of locals and American expatriates as he tries to clean up his professional mess and finds love along the way. Eliza Coupe, Geng Le and Bill Paxton also star in this 2012 romantic comedy written and directed by Daniel Hsia ("Psych").
The Grammy Nominations Concert Live! -- Countdown to Music's Biggest Night
As he's done since its inception in 2008, rapper and actor LL Cool J hosts this showcase for musical performances and the announcement of 2014's Grammy nominees. Artists scheduled to perform include Drake, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Robin Thicke and Keith Urban.
Have you heard the one about the writer who moves to a crime scene to research a book on it? A familiar premise gets another workout in this 2012 melodrama, which benefits from a cast led by Ethan Hawke and the genre experience of director and co-writer Scott Derrickson ("The Exorcism of Emily Rose"). Hawke plays the novelist who brings his family as he goes about his business -- and risks losing them when the curse that has claimed others resurfaces.