What to Watch Tuesday 3/4: All new 'Glee,' 'Pretty Little Liars'

Tonight catch all new episodes of The Originals, Glee, The Voice, Pretty Little Liars, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Chicago Fire.

What to Watch: Tuesday, March 4

8:00pm: The Originals, CW (1 hr) NEW

Klaus flashes back to 1919 as he learns of old secrets and Elijah forms an unlikely alliance with Monique as Hayley holds Sabine hostage.

8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1 hr) NEW

Tina, Blaine and Sam plan a seniors lock-in night, but the evening goes awry when Becky gets involved with planning. In New York, Elliot gets stuck in the middle of Santana and Rachel's fight.

8:00pm: The Voice, NBC (1 hr) NEW

Blind auditions continue as the artists try to get one of the four judges to turn their chair. This season features out singer Kristen Merlin on Team Shakira.

8:00pm: Pretty Little Liars, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

Emily confronts Ezra and Mona as she searches for answers to save Ali, Spencer and Aria turn to new men for distraction from their troubles and Hanna tracks a new break in Ali's case after she speaks with the police.

9:30pm: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Fox (30 mins) NEW

The team participate in a Tactical Village Day which is a training course and competition for all local precincts where Holt is introduced to a new iPhone game he gets hooked on.

10:00pm: Chicago Fire, NBC (1 hr) NEW

Severide continues to believe that justice will win out as Keeler goes free. Meanwhile, half the squad work to rescue a girl trapped in a bin and the other half respond to a fire in a high rise downtown.

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.


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