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Jan. 24, 2022 Updated Thu., Jan. 27, 2022 at 4:38 p.m.



‘Walker’

A panic-stricken Dan (guest star Dave Annable) is forced to ask Liam (Keegan Allen) for help after the former learns that the dangerous Serano (guest star Henderson Wade) has been released on bail in the new episode “Sucker Punch.” Liam understandably isn’t eager to get involved, however, until Dan makes him a tempting offer that could put Serano behind bars for good. There’s just one catch: They can’t let Walker (Jared Padalecki) in on their plans. Odette Annable and Kale Culley also star. (TVPG) 8 p.m. on KSKN.

‘Call Me Kat’

As Kat (Mayim Bialik) stares down the barrel of turning 40, boyfriend Oscar (Christopher Rivas) scrambles to arrange multiple surprises to make the milestone birthday special, including – what could possibly go wrong? – meeting his mother, in the new episode “Call Me Forty.” Meanwhile, a frustrated Max (Cheyenne Jackson) tries to figure out why he constantly strikes out with women. Swoosie Kurtz, Leslie Jordan and Kyla Pratt also star; Rosie Abdoo, Daisha Graf and Tom Plumley guest star. (TV14) 9 p.m. on Fox 28.

‘Swamp People’

Mother Nature throws everything she has, from hurricanes to searing heat waves, at the hunters as this hit reality series opens Season 13 with “Gators on the Storm,” a supersized premiere. As the action resumes, the Hunters are scrambling to fill as many tags as possible before Hurricane Ida, an unprecedented category 4 storm, shuts down their season altogether. (TVPG) 9 p.m. on HIST.

‘Pivoting’

As she begins to dip her toes back into the dating pool, Sarah (Maggie Q) enlists the help of Amy and Jodie (Eliza Coupe, Ginnifer Goodwin) to vet a woman she ran across on a dating app in the new episode “Hell on Wheels.” Meanwhile, Amy’s maternal instincts are triggered when she discovers Luke (Marcello Reyes) isn’t living with any other kids, and Matt (JT Neal) turns to Jodie for some business advice. Tommy Dewey also stars; Connie Jackson and Colton Dunn guest star. (TV14) 9:31 p.m. on Fox 28.

‘grown-ish’

Season 4 resumes in the winter premiere “It Was Good Until It Wasn’t,” which finds the gang collectively struggling to deal with fallout from the explosive events at the luau. Among them, Aaron (Trevor Jackson) knows he’ll be held accountable for his actions at the bash. Elsewhere, Zoey (Yara Shahidi) turns to grandparents Pops and Ruby (Laurence Fishburne, Jenifer Lewis) for advice, while Ana and Vivek (Francia Raisa, Jordan Buhat) try to keep their hook-up a secret. Chloe Bailey and Emily Arlook also are featured. (TV14) 10 p.m. on FREE.

‘Single Drunk Female’

Sam (Sofia Black-D’Elia) hatches a plan to score points with Brit (Sasha Compere) by offering amends at her birthday in the new episode “I’m Sorry, But …” Unfortunately, Sam isn’t invited to that gathering and, worse, neglects Felicia (Lily Mae Harrington). Meanwhile, when Sam’s probation officer unexpectedly pays a visit, flustered mom Carol (Ally Sheedy) struggles to explain her daughter’s “situation” to her friends. 10:30 p.m. on FREE.

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