Tonight’s prime-time TV highlights by television writer Laura King.
“The Bourne Identity” 7 to 10:31 p.m., AMC (2002)
Matt Damon stars as CIA assassin Jason Bourne, who is targeted himself after messing up an assignment. But his amnesia leaves him confused as to why he is a target.
“The Originals” 7 p.m., CW (new)
Rebekah finds the remains of a sacrifice by the docks and believes it is the work of a dangerous warlock from her past.
“The Chase” 7 p.m., Game Show Network (new)
A trio of contestants face off as a team against “The Beast,” a trivia master whose breadth of knowledge is truly remarkable. The man can go from pop songs to physics within seconds.
State of the Union Address 8 to 9:30 p.m., CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox and all cable news networks
President Barack Obama will deliver his address before a joint session of Congress. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) will give the Republican response following the address.
“Justified” 9 p.m., FX (new)
Now that Boyd knows who's behind his run of bad luck in the drug business, he's ready for retribution. But his revenge could end up putting his own life in jeopardy.
“Border Rico” 9 and 9:30 p.m., Travel Channel (both new, series premiere)
There's another U.S. border that needs protecting, and it might surprise you. This reality series follows the agents and officers who protect the U.S. border in Puerto Rico.
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