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What to Watch on TV Tonight: Wetpaint Entertainment’s Must-See Shows for the Week of February 6

Friday, February 10

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Nikita, 8-9 PM on The CW: After Percy (Xander Berkeley) threatens to kill Nikita’s (Maggie Q) mentor on his quest to take back Division, it quickly becomes a race to see who can get to the woman first.

Grimm, 9-10 PM on NBC: Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) find themselves on the hunt for a deadly heartbreaker leaving behind a web of dead bodies in “Tarantella.”

Sunday, February 12

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The 2012 Grammy Awards, 8-11:30 PM on CBS: LL Cool J hosts the 54th annual event, held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Performers include Paul McCartney, Coldplay, Rihanna, Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Kelly Clarkson, and Nicki Minaj.

BAFTA Awards 2012, 8-11 PM on BBC: The Artist and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy lead the field of nominees coming into the 2012 British Academy Film Awards.

Once Upon a Time, 8-9 PM on ABC: After Mr. Gold’s (Robert Carlyle) house is robbed, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) tries to keep him from doling out some vigilante justice. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Belle (guest star Emilie de Ravin) agrees to give up her freedom in order to save her town from the horrors of the Ogre war in “Skin Deep.”

The Real Housewives of Atlanta, 9-10 PM on Bravo: In “Make It Rain Down in Africa,” The ladies’ South African vacation continues with the “Talls” and “Smalls” moving beyond Sheree and Marlo’s intense showdown. After blowing off some steam at a Cape Town nightclub, the women travel to the luxurious Shamwari game reserve. Later, the entire group visits a South African orphanage.

The Walking Dead, 9-10 PM on AMC: In the mid-Season 2 premiere, “Nebraska,” Rick (Rick Grimes) attempts to restore order in the aftermath of a horrific discovery, and Hershel (Scott Wilson) disappears, leaving Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Rick to track him down.

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Monday, February 6

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The Bachelor, 8-10 PM on ABC: It’s Week 6, and Bachelor Ben Flajnik and his nine remaining bachelorettes head to Panama to visit an Embera Indian village. He and one lucky lady enjoy a one-on-one adventure to a deserted island, and the dreaded two-on-one date involves a little salsa dancing. Next stop: Belize. [WATCH A SNEAK PEEK]

The Voice, 8-10 PM on NBC: The blind auditions continue.

Pretty Little Liars, 8-9 PM on ABC Family: Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Hanna (Ashley Benson), and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) take advantage of Rosewood High’s “Truth-Up Day” to get some answers to their burning questions in “The Naked Truth.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

The Lying Game, 9-10 PM on ABC Family: Ethan (Blair Redford) and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) flee town and hide out on the reservation where Ethan grew up after he’s implicated in a serious crime in “Reservation for Two.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

Gossip Girl, 9-10 PM on The CW: Blair (Leighton Meester) makes a difficult decision about her future, the consequences of which could hurt those she loves most. Serena (Blake Lively) takes the blame for an incident involving Gossip Girl to protect someone she loves — and Georgina (Michelle Trachtenberg) smells the scent of scandal and decides to follow its trail in “The Backup Dan.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, 9-10 PM on Bravo: The women rehash Season 2’s drama in part two of the reunion. [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

PREMIERE! Smash, 10-11 PM on NBC: In the series premiere of this musical drama about a group of people staging a Broadway show centered on the life of Marilyn Monroe, an experienced chorus girl competes against a promising newcomer for the lead role. [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

Castle, 10-11 PM on ABC: When Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate the killing of a treasure hunter in “The Blue Butterfly,” they discover the case is linked to a mysterious homicide from 1947 involving a hard-boiled private detective. Castle realizes the only way to solve the present-day murder is to first solve the murder from the past. The 1947 case comes to life through stylized flashbacks, featuring Castle as the private eye and Beckett as a femme fatale. [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

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Happy Monday, TV lovers! Wetpaint Entertainment is here with a rundown of all the shows you need to watch this week.

Monday, February 6 | Tuesday, February 7 | Wednesday, February 8 | Thursday, February 9 | Friday, February 10 | Sunday, February 12

Tuesday, February 7

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200th EPISODE! NCIS, 8-9 PM on CBS: In the procedural’s 200th episode, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) questions the choices he has made when he stares down the barrel of a gun at a local diner.

Glee, 8-9 PM on FOX: In the all-new Season 3 episode “The Spanish Teacher,” Will (Matthew Morrison) assigns the glee club a Spanish singing assignment and enlists the help of his musically inclined night school teacher (guest star Ricky Martin). Meanwhile, Rachel (Lea Michele) spills the beans to Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Mercedes (Amber Riley) about Finn’s (Cory Monteith) marriage proposal. [WATCH A SNEAK PEEK PERFORMANCE]

New Girl, 9-9:30 PM on FOX: In “Landlord,” Jess (Zooey Deschanel) goes against Nick’s (Jake Johnson) wishes when she decides to befriend the loft’s cranky landlord, and Schmidt (Max Greenfield) begins to think his boss is sending him mixed signals. [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

PREMIERE! The Real Housewives of Orange County, 9-10 PM on Bravo: In the Season 7 opener, Vicki finalizes her divorce, Alexis scores a job as a news correspondent, Tamra and Gretchen try to put their feud behind them, and former actress Heather Dubrow joins the cast.

Ringer, 9-10 PM on The CW: Juliet’s (Zoey Deutch) mother Catherine (guest star Andrea Roth) comes into town and promptly wreaks havoc on Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) and Bridget’s (Sarah Michelle Gellar) relationship in “What Are You Doing Here, Ho-Bag?”

PREMIERE! The River, 9-11 PM on ABC: After a TV explorer goes missing in the Amazon, his wife and son set off with a documentary crew to find him.

Teen Mom 2, 10-11:30 PM on MTV: Jenelle agrees to go to rehab, Leah files for divorce, Kailyn cheats on Jo, and Chelsea works toward her GED in “Falling.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

Thursday, February 9

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American Idol, 8-9 PM on FOX: Season 11’s Hollywood Round kicks off!

The Vampire Diaries, 8-9 PM on The CW: When Elena (Nina Dobrev) receives an invitation to a formal ball at Klaus’s (Joseph Morgan) newly renovated mansion, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) both insist on attending the event with her. As the party turns violent, Caroline (Candice Accola) discovers a side of Klaus no one would have suspected in “Dangerous Liaisons.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

The Secret Circle, 9-10 PM on The CW: In “Valentine,” Faye (Phoebe Tonkin) and Melissa (Jessica Parker Kennedy) throw a girls-only anti-Valentine’s Day slumber party for themselves and fellow witches Diana (Shelley Hennig) and Cassie (Britt Robertson). But the night gets wilder than expected when Melissa offers Diana some mood altering “Devil’s Spirit”... [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

30 Rock, 8-9 PM on NBC: Criss (James Marsden) and Liz (Tina Fey) decide to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but they need to buy a dining room table first. Meanwhile, Jack (Alec Baldwin) entertains his mother-in-law (guest star Mary Steenburgen), and Tracy (Tracy Morgan) and Frank (Judah Friedlander) try to help Lutz (John Lutz) find someone to spend Valentine's with in “Hey, Baby, What’s Wrong?”

Grey’s Anatomy, 9-10 PM on ABC: Romance is in the air both inside and outside the ER in “All You Need Is Love.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

Jersey Shore, 10-11 PM on MTV: Mike plots to take down one of his roommates and Roger doesn’t return JWOWW’s calls in “The Follow Game.”

Wednesday, February 8

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American Idol, 8-9 PM on FOX: The Season 11 auditions continue.

Modern Family, 9-9:30 PM on ABC: So preoccupied with impressing his new business partner, Tad (Greg Kinnear), Phil (Ty Burrell) doesn't notice Tad coming on to Claire (Julie Bowen). Meanwhile, Jay (Ed O’Neill) and Gloria (Sofia Vergara) let Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) stay over while their house is fumigated, and it turns out four is a crowd in “Me? Jealous?”

Happy Endings, 9:30-10 PM on ABC: Penny (Casey Wilson) has a new boyfriend she wants to dump; Dave (Zachary Knighton) is afraid his new girlfriend is about to dump him; Alex (Elisha Cuthbert), an expert on all things Valentine's, goes looking for a party in the sketchy part of town; and Brad's (Damon Wayans Jr.) hopes for a perfect night out for Jane (Eliza Couple) are dashed when a dental appointment goes terribly wrong in “The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.” Oh, and Max (Adam Pally) accidentally picks up an ex — and his ex’s new boyfriend — in his limo.

Revenge, 10-11 PM on ABC: As Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel's (Josh Bowman) engagement party approaches, things quickly start to unravel: Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) tries to regain the upper hand by using Conrad's (Henry Czerny) own father against him; Jack (Nick Wechsler) finds himself wandering deeper into the fray; and the rug gets pulled out from under Charlotte (Christa B. Allen) — all in “Perception.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]

Top Chef: Texas, 10-11:00 PM on Bravo: For the quickfire, the remaining four cheftestants are tasked to use senses other than sight to gather ingredients for a dish. An eliminated chef then reenters the competition, only to go head-to-head against his or her fellow chefs in a battle to impress their respective mentors.