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What to Watch Weekend 2/14-16: Elijah returns to HBO's 'Girls'


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This weekend catch all new episodes of Black Sails, Shameless, Downton Abbey, Girls and Looking.

What to Watch: Saturday, February 15

9:00pm: Black Sails, Starz (1 hr) NEW

The Walrus crew is struck by disaster during a mission and Flint is warned away from Billy. Meanwhile, Rackham and Bonny try to find work, Eleanor's father helps her and Vane gets a visit from his past.

What to Watch: Sunday, February 16

9:00pm: Shameless, Showtime (1 hr) NEW

Fiona is stuck in jail following the aftermath of Liam's accident and Frank wakes up in the emergency room where he receives dire news about his health.

9:00pm: Downton Abbey, PBS (1.5 hrs) NEW

Robert and Thomas return from America as Edith and Rosamund announce their own plan to travel abroad. Elsewhere, Bates takes a day off, Rose makes her move and Mary is wooed by a romantic prospect.

10:00pm: Girls, HBO (30 mins) NEW

Hannah sees Elijah during a weekend getaway in Long Island and invites he and his friends over so they can talk, though she is worried about how seeing Elijah will effect Marnie as she tries to get her life back together.

10:30pm: Looking, HBO (30 mins) NEW

Patrick calls in sick to work and spends the day with Richie exploring San Francisco attractions and discussing their pasts and tentative plans for their futures.

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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