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What to Watch Thursday 3/13: All new 'Grey's Anatomy'


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Tonight catch all new episodes of American Idol, Grey's Anatomy, Hollywood Game Night, Scandal and King of the Nerds.

What to Watch: Thursday, March 13

8:00pm: American Idol, Fox (1 hr) NEW

One of the Top 11 singers will be sent home in an elimination episode, this season's cast features out contestant MK Nobilette.

9:00pm: Grey's Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW

Arizona gives advice to a patient facing a double amputation as Derek breaks a promise to Callie. Meanwhile, a baby is abandoned outside the hospital and one doctor is suspended.

9:00pm: Hollywood Game Night, NBC (1 hr) NEW

Jane Lynch hosts as two teams of celebrities led by civilian captains compete to win $25,000. Tonight's celebrity players are Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Taraji P. Henson, Breckin Meyer, Alison Sweeney, Angela Kinsey and Fred Willard.

10:00pm: Scandal, ABC (1 hr) NEW

Olivia has to make a tough choice when she gets unexpected news and Fitz finds he is not as prepared for the first debate as he believes he is. Pope and Associates are tasked with defending a CEO accused of murder.

10:00pm: King of the Nerds, TBS (1 hr) NEW

This series pits contestants against each other as they are complete challenges that test their intellect, ingenuity and pop culture prowess. This season features out gamer Xander Jeanneret.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS), The Gossip Table (VH1) and The Chew (ABC). Soap operas Days of Our Lives on NBC and General Hospital on ABC (check local listings for time) both feature out characters.


About What to Watch on TV

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