What to Watch on Tuesday: Klaus has a dangerous encounter on ‘The Originals’
11/12/2013 6:00 AM
11/08/2013 4:34 PM
The Originals (8pm, CW) - Hayley goes missing after someone from her past makes a startling revelation. Meanwhile, Klaus has a dangerous encounter with an unexpected visitor and Marcel makes Rebekah an enticing offer that leaves her torn.
NCIS (8pm, CBS) - A closed hit-and-run murder case is re-examined when a former FBI agent turned lawyer tells Gibbs that her client’s confidential alibi is solid.
Ravenswood (8pm, ABC Family) - Caleb meets a relative who may clarify some things for him. Meanwhile, a flustered Luke seeks a diversion and Caleb finds it difficult to talk to Hanna about Ravenswood.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (8:30pm, Fox) - Jake looks forward to a day spent with a former crime reporter (Stacy Keach) whom he admires, but the visit is tarnished when he learns that his comments about the precinct were considered on the record. Elsewhere, Terry and Charles work with Rosa to help her be less imposing on the witness stand.
American Experience: JFK (9pm, UNC-TV) - The conclusion of a two-part profile of John F. Kennedy covers JFK’s White House years, including the Bay of Pigs fiasco, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the handling of civil rights, and the decision to travel to Dallas in November of 1963 to shore up support for the 1964 election. The successes and failures of his tenure in office are also weighed by Kennedy administration officials John Seigenthaler, Thomas Hughes and Harris Wofford; civil rights leaders Andrew Young and Julian Bond; and journalists Evan Thomas and Richard Reeves.
Trophy Wife (9:30pm, ABC) - A lice breakout hits the Harrison household. Also, Pete tries to resolve an argument between Warren and Bert.
Chicago Fire (10pm, NBC) - Severide goes out on a jog and discovers a young boy trapped indie a backhoe loader at an abandoned construction site. Also, Boden and McLeod argue about the future of the firehouse.
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