What to Watch: 02/02/2016

It’s a densely packed little Wednesday, as the darkest Muppet timeline returns, critically heralded The Expanse hits the end of its season (and contracts?), we begin to relive the Crime of the 20th Century: 90s Edition with all its speeding vans and Kato Kaelins, and we all anxiously await the shadow judgments of Punxsutawney Phil, Staten Island Chuck, and all the other revered rodents across this great land. Our recommendations are a couple of ongoing programs of excellence and one perfectly on-the-twitchy-nose holiday movie classic. But we better get going with this What to Watch if we want to stay ahead of the weather.

Groundhog Day [Comedy Central, All Day]
It’s a Groundhog Day marathon! Watch Phil live his life over, and over again. (Only three months until spring!).

New Girl [FOX, 8p]
Last week’s first edition of New Girl minus the new girl was so wonderful, partially due to the brilliant pairing of Cece and Winston. This week promises more of that, as the duo hunts down her wedding dress. It also implies farce and…”wife” swapping(?!) in its title “Bob & Carol & Nick & Schmidt

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce [Bravo, 10p]
Things are heating up as Jo’s English playboy baker professes his feelings for her and Abby puts Dr. Harrie through the ‘boyfriend test’.


As seen above, ABC brings back a revamped Muppets, Syfy closes up the first season of The Expanse, and the highly anticipated true crime mini-series The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story commences on FX…there’s continuing faithful shows like The GrinderiZombie (our hero takes on the characteristics of an erotic fiction author tonight — could be fun), Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Fresh Off The Boat and Marvel’s 

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