Here is what's on TV tonight:
Glee 2x14, "Blame It on the Alcohol" (press release & promo), with Eric Stoltz on the wrong side of the camera, is on at 8 pm on Fox.
Hellcats 1x16, "Fancy Dan" (press release & pics), with Ryan Kennedy and directed by John Dahl, airs at 9 pm on the CW. Magda Apanowicz tweets that she is in tonight's episode too, but the episode she mentions ("Don't Make Promises You Can't Keep") doesn't air until next week (March 1). Either way, good news.
V 2x07, "Birth Pangs" (press release & promo), with Zak Santiago, airs at 9 pm on ABC.
And on other fronts:
Mortal Kombat Online has all the info you need on the Mortal Kombat series, with Ryan Robbins, Aleks Paunovic and Tahmoh Penikett, in one place (at least when the server isn't acting up).
AMC has released a couple of new promos for The Killing, with Richard Harmon, Kacey Rohl and Michelle Forbes.
Slashfilm has the press release and several new teasers for Mark Verheiden's new show, Falling Skies, which premieres on TNT in June.
And Syfy has announced a definite return date for Sanctuary:
SANCTUARY - Returns Friday April 15, at 10PM - Syfy's original series returns with the next all-new 10 episodes of season three! The adventures pick up in the events of the mid-season finale's cliffhanger, with the team at the mercy of the inimitable Ranna, played by Polly Walker (Caprica, Rome). Sanctuary stars Amanda Tapping as the brilliant Dr. Helen Magnus, Robin Dunne as forensic psychiatrist Dr. Will Zimmerman, Agam Darshi as Kate Freelander, Ryan Robbins as Henry Foss and Christopher Heyerdahl as John Druitt. One of television's most groundbreaking series, shooting almost entirely on green screen, Sanctuary was the first television series in North America to use the RED camera exclusively. Its stunning visual effects were nominated for a 2008 Emmy Award. Created by Damian Kindler (Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis), Sanctuary is produced in association with Syfy and is distributed by Tricon Films and Television. Season three of the series is executive produced by Damian Kindler, Amanda Tapping, Martin Wood, Keith Beedie and Tricon Films.