What to Watch Tuesday 10/30: Ellen DeGeneres Honored with Mark Twain Prize
Tonight watch Ellen DeGeneres accept the Mark Twain Prize; plus all new episodes of The Voice, Happy Endings, Emily Owens, M.D., and Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23.
What to Watch: Tuesday, October 30
8:00pm: Ellen DeGeneres: The Mark Twain Prize, PBS (1.5 hrs) NEW
Ellen DeGeneres is honored with the 15th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. The prize is given to comedians who follow in Twain's tradition of satire and social commentary. Check out a sneak peek of what celebs had to say about Ellen below.
8:00pm: The Voice, NBC (2 hrs) NEW
Knockout Rounds begin tonight with contestants facing off against each other and each picking their own songs. In these rounds there are no saves and half the contestants will be eliminated. Out contestant De'Borah Garner is on Team Xtina.
9:00pm: Happy Endings, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Max shows Brad how to enjoy a weekend in Chicago for free as Brad tries to cut expenses. Meanwhile, Jane reaches new levels of intense as she tries to help Penny shop for a car and Dave and Alex go apartment hunting.
9:00pm: Emily Owens, M.D., CW (1 hr) NEW
The interns compete in a medical quiz game to get a chance at being involved in a surgery. Meanwhile, Emily is forced to talk to a group of teens about safe sex following an STD outbreak at a local high school.
9:30pm: Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23, ABC (30 mins) NEW
James has a long-held fear of Halloween and throws his annual Halloween "Positivity" party with Luther's help and June tries to stop Chloe's tricks before she ends up hurting someone she really cares about.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and recurring gay characters Sonny and Neil.
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