What’s On Tonight: Obama Visits ‘The Daily Show’ And ‘Timeless’ Travels Back To The American Revolution

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The Daily Show With Trevor Noah (Comedy Central, 11:00 p.m.) — Tonight, Trevor Noah sits down with President Obama at the White House for the Commander-In-chief’s final Daily Show appearance while holding that title. It’s Obama’s first time talking to Noah — he’s been on the show seven times, all during John Stewart’s days — and expect the two men to make a few digs at the GOP and their president-elect, Donald Trump.

Timeless (NBC, 10:00 p.m.) — The trio travels back to the time of the American Revolution where a shocking turn of events forces them to question whether they’re fighting for the right side. Later, Agent Christopher worries when Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus meet the Father of the Country.

Kevin Can Wait (CBS, 8:00 p.m.) — Kevin volunteers to help Mott and his seven kids get through the holidays while Mott’s wife is away. Nice, right? Except it leave his wife, Donna, left to manage his own family during the holidays without him.

The Great Christmas Light Fight (ABC, 8:00 p.m.) — Four families showcase a Magic Kingdom-inspired display in Lakeview, N.Y., a homemade light show in Central, La., a tribute to 9/11 in Stamford, Conn., and a tropical North Pole in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in the first half of this combined episode. Then, more families compete with a luminous Christmas tree in Cranbury, N.J., a light show in Minnetrista, Minn., a philanthropic family’s display in Toronto, and a husband-wife duo’s handmade spectacle in Glen Allen, Va. Pretty sure this show is the reason global warming exists.

The Voice (NBC, 8:00 p.m.) — The two-part season 11 finale airs it’s first half tonight where the final four artists perform for the judges one last time.

WWE Monday Night Raw (USA, 8:00 p.m.) — The final Raw before Roadblock features details on the Charlotte vs. Sasha “Iron Man” match.

Man With a Plan (CBS, 8:30 p.m.) — Adam and Andi have to scramble to come up with new Christmas plans after a blizzard snows the family in right before they’re set to leave for their grandparents’ house.

2 Broke Girls (CBS, 9:00 p.m.) — Max is worried that Randy really did break up with her after he avoids her calls and Caroline fears a divorce party she’s planning on throwing at the dessert bar will get called off after the couple gets stranded together during a snowstorm.

Billboard Women in Music 2016 (Lifetime, 9:00 p.m.) — Hailee Steinfeld hosts this event honoring the year’s most successful women in music. Honorees include: Madonna; Andra Day; Shania Twain; Halsey; Meghan Trainor; Maren Morris; Kesha; and Alessia Cara.

Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown (CW, 9:00 p.m.) — In case commercials are your thing, here’s a countdown of the 12 best ones.

People of Earth (TBS, 9:00 p.m.) — Jeff hunts for Kurt’s killer; Ozzie makes a shocking confession during an interview; and Father Doug has an experience.

The Odd Couple (CBS, 9:30 p.m.) — Felix has a panic attack when planning the family’s Christmas get together falls on his shoulders after his perfectionist mother bows out.

America’s Next Top Model (VH1, 10:00 p.m.) — You know the drill. Tyra Banks assembles a group of wannabe models, shoves them into a house together, makes them compete against each other in photo challenges and ultimately crowns one the winner.

Scorpion (CBS, 10:00 p.m.) — Walter must swim through some deadly tar pits in order to save a woman whose stuck in them and running out of oxygen. Oh, and there’s some drama about a boy scout’s cookie sale.

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee (TBS, 10:30 p.m.) — Bee deep dives into the conflict in Syria, meeting with refugees and American veterans.


Jimmy Kimmel Live!: Jennifer Lawrence, Phantogram

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Bryan Cranston, Hailee Steinfeld, OneRepublic

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert: John Goodman, Denee Benton, Norah Jones

Late Night With Seth Meyers: Billie Lourd, Maureen Dowd, Dave Lombardo

The Late Show With James Corden: Chris Pratt, Olivia Munn

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: President Barack Obama