5 Shows To Watch Tonight Like The Burning Love Season Premiere, Modern Family and More

Burning love season 2 premiere

Nov. 13 2013, Published 3:34 p.m. ET

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Tonight's TV sched is certainly bringing the funny. Here's what to watch tonight and which shows are featuring guest stints from Will Ferrell, Molly Shannon and more hilarious actors.

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The X Factor. 8pm on Fox. The remaining contestants perform songs from the 1980's.

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Man vs. Wild. 9pm on Discovery Channel. The host teachers Will Ferrell learns how to survive the outdoors when the duo travels to freezing cold Sweden. Ya.

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Modern Family. 9pm on ABC. Claire and Phil prepare 20th anniversary surprises for one another not realizing that the other one prepared a 20th anniversary surprise for the other one. Does that make sense?

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Super Fun Night. 9:30pm on ABC. Molly Shannon guest stars on Rebel Wilson's sitcom, playing a relationship guru leading a seminar that Kimmie attends with her BFFs.

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Burning Love. 10:30pm on E!. In this comedic version of The Bachelorette, Julie Gristlewhite, who got let go last season, gets introduced to the men vying for her heart in the first episode of season 2. Adam Brody, Adam Scott and Michael Cera are some of the contestants!

What will you be watching tonight? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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