Charlie Cox stars in the Netflix Original Series "Marvel's Daredevil," which releases Season 2 on March 18.

Charlie Cox stars in the Netflix Original Series "Marvel's Daredevil," which releases Season 2 on March 18.



The Carmichael Show: Lots of stuff to unpack here, and this comedy, which moves to its regular time slot tonight, is just saying what's on everyone's minds about two words: Bill. Cosby. Read the full review.

Little Big Shots: A show about talented children showing off should be entertaining, which this is. A lot of that comes from host Steve Harvey's reactions when he talks to them before they get down to business. If Harvey ever heard the showbiz adage of never working with children or animals, I'll bet he's heard it now. He gets shown up at almost every turn.


The Voice: The battles begin. 7 p.m. NBC (KXAS-TV, Ch. 5)

The Bachelor: Ben has a hard time -- where's the drama in not -- choosing between the final two women. 7 p.m. ABC (Ch. 8)

The Bachelor: After the Final Rose: And then they talk. 9:01 p.m. ABC (Ch. 8)

2016 BET Honors: Lee Daniels (Empire), Pattie LaBelle and former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder are among the honorees during the annual gala with host Arsenio Hall. Performers include Fantasia and Ledisi. 7 p.m. BET


The Haves and the Have Nots: It's the season finale for this prime-time soap. There's been murder. There's always intrigue. And Jim Cryer (John Schneider), who was arrested at a press conference during his run for governor, is still in jail. What's next, a swarm of locusts? 8 p.m. OWN.


The Americans: Still gritty in its fourth season premiere, this episode focuses on the repercussions from last season's troubles. 9 p.m. FX

Nashville: Paparazzi affect the nuptial plans for Deacon and Rayna in "Forever and Always." 9 p.m. ABC (Ch. 8)


American Idol: Fingers crossed as the top 5 finalists get the nod. 7 p.m. FOX (Ch. 4)

How to Get Away With Murder: It's the second season finale. And you know that means that Annalise has something to get off her chest. 9 p.m.ABC (Ch. 8)


Daredevil: Season Two begins -- and probably ends for a lot of you binge-watchers.

Grimm: In an episode called "Silence of the Slams," Wesen and wrestling are the greatest mashup ever. 8 p.m. NBC (KXAS-TV)


For Peete's Sake: Looking for a wholesome reality TV show? Look no further than this show chronicling the lives of former NFL quarterback Rodney Peete, his wife, actress Holly Robinson Peete and their extended family. 8 p.m. OWN

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