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Mobbed

Howie Mandel is back with this dance-oriented series. In this episode, a routine that begins with just a few dancers evolved into a grand-scale performance. In a surprise twist, the spectacle ends with a life-changing announcement for the participants. Fox, 7 p.m.

Bomb Girls

As the war continues, the workers at Victory Munitions encounter wounded soldiers, foreigners and hidden foes. This season, Michael Seater joins the cast as Ivan, a factory worker who attracts the attention of the girls on the assembly line. Global, 7 p.m.

Criminal Minds

Robert Englund guest stars as an Oregon detective in this repeat. He helps Rossi on a case involving a series of gothic, ritualistic murders. An equation could hold the key to solving the murders, which they believe may be the work of a Satanist. CBS/CTV, 8 p.m.

Talk Shows:

Jay Leno: Kevin Hart, Betty White, Dwight Yoakam

David Letterman: Kathy Griffin, Big Boi

George Stroumboulopoulos:

Craig Ferguson: Craig visits his hometown of Cumbernauld with Michael Clarke Duncan, the Imagineers

Jimmy Fallon: Fred Armisen, Common, Shae Bradley & Shain Gandee, Lupe Fiasco

The Daily Show: pre-empted

Jimmy Kimmel: Kirstie Alley, Dave Salmoni, Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown

Conan O'Brien: Aziz Ansari, Chuck Lorre, Kendrick Lamar

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 2, 2013 C2

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