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Published Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 1:00 am / Updated at 3:52 pm
What to watch: More Olympics

Tonight's prime-time TV highlights by television writer Laura King. * * *

2014 Winter Olympics 7 to 10:35 p.m., NBC (new)

The U.S. has two contenders in the women's giant slalom skiing event. Also featured: women's bobsled, men's freestyle skiing (halfpipe) finals and women's short-track speed skating.

“American Idol” 7 to 9 p.m., Fox (live)

The top 15 female singers perform live for the first time after meeting with new mentor Randy Jackson and getting tips from “Idol” alums Adam Lambert and Chris Daughtry. It's all in hopes of making the final 13, who will be revealed Thursday.

“Pretty Little Liars” 7 p.m., ABC Family (new)

Spencer wants to share her doubts about Ezra with Aria, but Ezra beats her to the punch by bringing up Spencer's addiction problems first.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” 8 p.m., CBS (repeat)

The team investigates the death of a biotech CEO. The case reveals that his company is working on a classified vaccine project. Meanwhile, Deeks struggles with his emotions when he returns to work in the field.

“The Rise and Fall of Penn Station: American Experience” 8 p.m., PBS (new)

Learn the story of New York City's Penn Station, which opened to the public in 1910. At the time, it was one of the great architectural and engineering achievements, covering 8 acres and requiring 16 miles of underground tunnels. The station closed 50 years later to give way to Madison Square Garden, among other things.

“Mennonite Made” 9 p.m., National Geographic (new)

Members of a Mennonite building crew are followed in this reality series. Tonight, they attempt to build a log cabin for a Colorado client while dealing with harsh weather and a massive flood.

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