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Originally published January 29, 2014 at 6:15 AM | Page modified January 29, 2014 at 10:56 AM

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Jan. 29 TV Picks: ‘Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials 2014’

TV picks for Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, include “Super Bowl’s Greatest Commericals 2014” on CBS, “Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond” on BBC America and “Nashville” on ABC.


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‘Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials 2014’

Viewers voted online for their favorite advertising spots that have aired during past editions of the Super Bowl and the results are revealed in this special. 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, on CBS (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Doug Knoop, Seattle Times staff

dknoop@seattletimes.com or on Twitter @dougknoop

Also on Wednesday

“Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond,” 7 p.m. (BBC America): Eclipsed by his father and brother, Ian Fleming cooks up a scheme to obtain information from captured German submariners.

“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” 9 p.m. (NBC): Amaro suspects the boyfriend of a missing girl is involved with a gang; Sgt. Benson becomes the SVU’s new commanding officer.

“The Tomorrow People,” 9 p.m. (The CW): Stephen worries about his fellow trainee Hillary, who has a hidden agenda; Stephen’s mom wants to have a family camping trip with her new boyfriend.

“Nashville,” 10 p.m. (ABC): Juliette decides not to apologize for her behavior during her Grand Ole Opry ceremony; Luke introduces Rayna to someone who could help with her distribution deal and surprises her with a NASCAR wrapped in Rayna Jaymes graphics.

“Men at Work,” 10 p.m. (TBS): The new boss has promised to fire one employee by the end of the day; Neal shows up to work drunk and the guys try to save his job.

“Top Chef,” 10 p.m. (Bravo): In Hawaii, the final chefs take on Spam in the Quickfire; Hawaiian canoe crops.

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