What to Watch on Tuesday: David Blaine creeping everyone out

Posted by Brooke Cain on November 19, 2013 

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David Blaine dazzles Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith (and family) in “David Blaine: Real or Magic.”

LANA ELINE — David Blaine/Lana Eline

David Blaine: Real or Magic (9:30pm, ABC) - David Blaine entertains stars and newsmakers, including Will Smith, Olivia Wilde, Woody Allen and Stephen Hawking, to get their reactions to his magic tricks. He also travels to Africa to explain how he learned one of his most recent moves.

Also on . . .

NCIS (8pm, CBS) - NSA analyst Eleanor Bishop works with NCIS when the Secretary of the Navy is bugged during a confidential briefing. Two years earlier, Bishop accurately predicted in detail that the security breach would happen.

Lincoln@Gettysburg (9pm, UNC-TV) - An examination of Abraham Lincoln's embrace of the telegraph, which enabled him to both communicate with generals in the field and feel the pulse of the nation faster than before, and the role it played in shaping the 272-word Gettysburg Address. Included: the Battle of Gettysburg , the establishment of the Gettysburg National Cemetery and Lincoln's last-minute invitation to speak at the cemetery's dedication ceremony.

The Mindy Project (9:30pm, Fox) - A public relations fiasco ensues after Danny asks one of his patients to write about the practice on her mommy blog, but she turns out to be a white supremacist. To take control of the situation, they hire a PR guru to give Danny media training, but she ends up seducing him.

Chicago Fire (10pm, NBC) - I've seen the previews for tonight's episode and I just won't be able to stand it if they let Chief die. But that's the way they make it look when the firehouse squad is on the scene of a major accident involving a tanker and a commuter train that collide and then crash into a warehouse. Also, if anyone is keeping score, I'm over Shay and Severide's father. Over.

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