What’s on TV this week? Here are the shows you shouldn’t miss.


The Academy Awards 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., ABC (live)

Tonight’s the night! Get ready for a rash of diversity jokes, long musical numbers and two hours worth of filler before the best picture is named. Once you’ve properly prepared by reading all of our predictions, follow the ceremony along with me on Twitter, @saramziegler.


“The Voice” 7 to 9 p.m., NBC (season premiere)

Judges Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera and Pharrell Williams are back for the 10th season. (Sorry — no Gwen Stefani this time around.)

“Gotham” 7 p.m., Fox (new)

The bad guys are back after this show’s winter hiatus. Tonight we meet Mr. Freeze, a not-so-warm cryogenics expert.

“Scorpion” 8 p.m., CBS (new)

Before the team is tasked with infiltrating a car-smuggling ring, Sylvester competes on “The Price Is Right.” Why not?


“Pretty Little Liars” 7 p.m., Freeform (new)

After Emily is nearly killed, the Liars start to take the threats more seriously, while Spencer offers comfort to Caleb.

“Marvel’s Agent Carter” 8 p.m., ABC (season finale)

This very entertaining show’s second season comes to a close with all hands on deck to eliminate the Zero Matter threat.


“The Real O’Neals” 7:30 p.m., ABC (season premiere)

This family sitcom stars Martha Plimpton and Jay Ferguson as the parents in an Irish-Catholic family whose secrets start to tumble out.


“The Family” 8 p.m., ABC (season premiere)

This new drama stars Joan Allen as a politician whose presumed-dead son returns home a decade after disappearing.

“Elementary” 9 p.m., CBS (new)

Holmes is on the case when a wealthy woman is murdered. The catch? She left her estate solely to her dog.


“The Vampire Diaries” 7 p.m., CW (new)

Stefan and Valerie search for a magical item that will hide him from Rayna, while Damon works on a plan to stop Rayna for good.


“Saturday Night Live” 10:29 p.m. to 12:02 a.m., NBC (live)

Apparently Jonah Hill will NOT be starring in a remake of “Mrs. Doubtfire,” which was the rumor going around recently. But he will be hosting “SNL” this week, with rapper Future as musical guest.

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