What to Watch: Thursday, January 19

Today Adam Lambert stops by The Ellen DeGeneres Show and tonight catch new episodes of Days of Our Lives, Archer, Grey's Anatomy, Project Runway All Stars and NY Ink.

What to Watch: Thursday, January 19

Check local listings: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, syndicated (1 hr) NEW

Adam Lambert stops by to talk with Ellen about his upcoming album.

8:00 pm: Days of Our Lives, SoapNet (1 hr) NEW

Will tells Marlena that he's working for EJ to piss off Sami, meanwhile Abigail tells her that Will's new car is a gift from EJ.

9:00 pm: Archer, FX (30 mins) NEW

Sterling is not too happy when he finds out Mallory is dating Burt Reynolds, his hero.

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

Meredith tries to find a specialty, Richard performs his 10,000th surgery, Lexie and Derek decide to focus on a presumably inoperable case and Teddy and Christina try to take over one of Alex's patients.

9:00 pm: Project Runway All Stars, Lifetime (1 hr) NEW

Last week Sweet P was sent home.  Tonight the remaining designers will create a cocktail dress for Miss Piggy.

9:00 pm: NY Ink, TLC (1 hr) NEW

Ami heads to Miami to spend time with the Miami Ink crew and see his daughter.

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