Daily picks

Mike & Molly CBS 8:30 pm  ET

The personal and the professional collide for Molly and Mike (Melissa McCarthy, Billy Gardell) in the new episode "Fight to the Finish." He doesn't listen when she expresses her frustration over having Peggy (Rondi Reed) as a writing partner, and the resulting blow-up prompts the spouses to take a day off from each other. Swoosie Kurtz, Reno Wilson, Katy Mixon and Nyambi Nyambi also star.

Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern TRAVEL 9:00 pm  ET

Chef and host Andrew Zimmern ventures into the United Arab Emirates to a destination that is both gritty and gleaming in the new episode "Dubai: Carp, Camel and Cocoons." There, he learns how to milk a camel and watches the local practice of fermenting fish in the desert sun. Also: finding manna from heaven at the spice market and making musical organ meat mush.

The Night Shift NBC 10:01 pm  ET

Trace Adkins -- not only a country-music star, but a winner of "The Celebrity Apprentice" -- guest stars as TC's (Eoin Macken) group-therapy leader, who delivers a message from the White House, in the new episode "Moving On." It's not just lip service for the show: First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden also are slated to appear in the tale. Jordan (Jill Flint) teams with Paul (Robert Bailey Jr.) on the case of a youngster whose mother also needs medical help.

2 Broke Girls CBS 8:00 pm  ET

Though they'd hoped to cash in by overseeing Nash's (guest star Austin Falk) career as a model, Max and Caroline's (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) dreams are put on hold in the new episode "And the Minor Problem." His Irish homeland calls ... and even more specifically, so does his mother, who comes to New York to bring him back with her. Sandra Bernhard reprises her guest role as Joe. Matthew Moy, Jennifer Coolidge and Garrett Morris also star.

Antiques Roadshow PBS 8:00 pm  ET

A new three-part visit to Santa Clara, Calif., wraps up with host Mark L. Walberg paying a visit to the Computer History Museum. You can place a bet on what he and appraiser Brian Witherell find there, including a true treasure: the very first Apple computer. As for the items that are assigned values, they include a Booker T. Washington-related grouping collected by one of the teachers Washington had, plus a wine pot from the 17th century.

Gotham FOX 8:00 pm  ET

The show ends its first season with the ironically titled "All Happy Families Are Alike," as Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith, who has announced she's leaving the show) has her ultimate showdown with Penguin and Maroni (Robin Lord Taylor, guest star David Zayas) for control of the city. Barbara and Leslie (Erin Richards, guest star Morena Baccarin) commune over their recent experiences. Bruce (David Mazouz) scours his home for desired clues.

Sinking the Lusitania: An American Tragedy SMTHHD 8:00 pm  ET

Marking this week's 100th anniversary of the British ocean liner RMS Lusitania's destruction by a German U-boat, this original one-hour documentary incorporates CGI footage, historical archives and newly discovered letters from survivors to bring this disaster to life. The film views this tragic event from the perspective of eight people: seven disparate passengers aboard the ship bound for Liverpool, England, from New York, plus the German U-boat commander who sank the ship.

The Originals CW 8:00 pm  ET

Klaus (Joseph Morgan) understandably isn't happy about his family's disloyalty, prompting him to seek revenge -- with some surprising help -- in the new episode "Fire With Fire." Elijah, Rebekah and Freya (Daniel Gillies, guest star Maisie Richardson-Sellers, guest star Riley Voelkel) try to stay focused on their shared mission to destroy Dahlia (guest star Claudia Black). Hayley and Jackson (Phoebe Tonkin, guest star Nathan Parsons) face peril in the bayou.

The Voice NBC 8:00 pm  ET

The path to being declared this season's "Voice" doesn't have much farther to go for those still in the contest in the new episode "Live Top 6 Performances." Elimination will be the thrust of Tuesday's show, but for now, the remaining hopefuls give it all they've got. Judges and mentors Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams offer their assessments of the amateur singers' efforts. Carson Daly is the host.

Bates Motel A&E 9:00 pm  ET

In the new episode "Crazy," this season's penultimate hour, Norman (Freddie Highmore) spends the day with a surprising visitor, while Norma (Vera Farmiga) struggles desperately to keep Bates family secrets from being exposed. Elsewhere, Caleb (Kenny Johnson) pays a price for helping Dylan (Max Thieriot) follow through with a good deed at the farm. Nestor Carbonell also stars.

Jane the Virgin CW 9:00 pm  ET

With a high-school reunion coming up, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is concerned about attending -- given what her aims were and how her life actually is going -- in the new episode "Chapter Twenty One." She also sets conditions for attending Michael's (Brett Dier) event. Petra (Yael Grobglas) tries to turn what she learns from Rafael (Justin Baldoni) to her advantage. Xo (Andrea Navedo) has a tough time trying to guess Rogelio's (Jaime Camil) thoughts.

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck HBOE 9:00 pm  ET

Filmmaker Brett Morgen's ("The Kid Stays in the Picture") new feature documentary uses material from the Cobains' personal archives to construct an in-depth examination of the Nirvana frontman's childhood, music career and untimely death by suicide at age 27. Fans can anticipate a respectful tone, since Cobain's daughter, visual artist Frances Bean Cobain, serves as an executive producer on this authorized documentary, which was eight years in the making.

Shahs of Sunset BRAVO 9:00 pm  ET

With wedding plans still unresolved, Reza decides to have a "destination wedding" in Thailand in the new episode "One Wedding and a Dog Funeral." Elsewhere, Asifa gives herself a Bollywood-themed birthday party, but she begins to question the future of her relationship with Bobby after he gives her a diamond necklace instead of a ring. Still stinging from Jessica's harangue, Reza rescinds Mike's wedding invitation, creating chaos at Pablo's memorial service.

The Big Bang Theory CBS 9:00 pm  ET

Those who know about a cast member's relatively recent passing likely will be able to predict what's coming in "The Comic Book Store Regeneration," as the joy over the story's title event is marred by a shocking development for Wolowitz (Simon Helberg). Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) can't take her own advice after showing Leonard (Johnny Galecki) how to dismiss bothersome thoughts. Nathan Fillion ("Castle") guest stars.

The Following FOX 9:00 pm  ET

Who's the mole inside the FBI? That's among Ryan's (Kevin Bacon) concerns in the new episode "Demons," as he seeks the agent who's been probing Daisy's laptop. Other worries are more personal, given the recent turns in his life. The chain of killers still poses problems thanks to someone linked to Theo (Michael Ealy), who wants to vanish along with Penny (guest star Megalyn Echikunwoke). Diane Neal ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") also guest stars.

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David Letterman: A Life on Television CBS 9:30 pm  ET

With the host's final "Late Show" slated for May 20, this new 90-minute special recaps many of the highlights of his 22-year tenure on the program. Though much of the material is expectedly comedic -- showcasing numerous guests he's welcomed to the New York-based show over the years -- some segments are of a serious nature, as with one from the first episode that followed the 9/11 attacks. Many of Letterman's signature "Top Ten Lists" also are excerpted.

Independent Lens PBS 10:00 pm  ET

Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson's film "Kumu Hina" profiles Hina Wong-Kalu, a transgender teacher seen counseling a Hawaiian youngster about embracing masculine and feminine traits alike. Both individuals benefit greatly from the their common pursuit of pride and acceptance, with the educator also getting fresh insight into the search for enduring love. The program is offered as part of PBS' Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

Time Traveling With Brian Unger TRAVEL 10:00 pm  ET

Marking the recent 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's assassination, host Brian Unger traces the escape route of the president's killer, John Wilkes Booth, through Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia in the new episode "Lincoln's Killer on the Run." Starting in an alley behind Ford's Theater, Unger and some companions follow the arduous path taken by Booth and his co-conspirator David Herold as they evaded federal officers for 12 days.

Castle ABC 10:01 pm  ET

The title of the new episode "Dead From New York" leaves little doubt which show the plot is loosely inspired by, moreover since a murder victim is the iconic creator of a popular sketch-comedy series titled "Saturday Night Tonight." Castle and Beckett (Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic) probe the crime, and they soon find a possible reason for it. Carly Rae Jepsen, now back on the music charts with "I Really Like You," and Jaleel White guest star.

The Returned A&E 10:01 pm  ET

In "Helen," the next to last new episode of Season 1, Chloe (Dakota Guppy) finds herself in grave jeopardy from someone who shows up unexpectedly. Peter (Jeremy Sisto), meanwhile, makes a shocking announcement and Helen (Michelle Forbes) finally sets into motion her deadly plan for the town. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kevin Alejandro and Sandrine Holt also star.

StarTalk NGC 11:00 pm  ET

Host Neil deGrasse Tyson and his panel explore the science of modern love in today's society with journalist and gay activist Dan Savage in this new episode. Anthropologist Helen Fisher and comic Chuck Nice also contribute their own insights on this topic.

Mike & Molly CBS 8:30 pm  ET

The personal and the professional collide for Molly and Mike (Melissa McCarthy, Billy Gardell) in the new episode "Fight to the Finish." He doesn't listen when she expresses her frustration over having Peggy (Rondi Reed) as a writing partner, and the resulting blow-up prompts the spouses to take a day off from each other. Swoosie Kurtz, Reno Wilson, Katy Mixon and Nyambi Nyambi also star.

Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern TRAVEL 9:00 pm  ET

Chef and host Andrew Zimmern ventures into the United Arab Emirates to a destination that is both gritty and gleaming in the new episode "Dubai: Carp, Camel and Cocoons." There, he learns how to milk a camel and watches the local practice of fermenting fish in the desert sun. Also: finding manna from heaven at the spice market and making musical organ meat mush.

The Night Shift NBC 10:01 pm  ET

Trace Adkins -- not only a country-music star, but a winner of "The Celebrity Apprentice" -- guest stars as TC's (Eoin Macken) group-therapy leader, who delivers a message from the White House, in the new episode "Moving On." It's not just lip service for the show: First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden also are slated to appear in the tale. Jordan (Jill Flint) teams with Paul (Robert Bailey Jr.) on the case of a youngster whose mother also needs medical help.

2 Broke Girls CBS 8:00 pm  ET

Though they'd hoped to cash in by overseeing Nash's (guest star Austin Falk) career as a model, Max and Caroline's (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) dreams are put on hold in the new episode "And the Minor Problem." His Irish homeland calls ... and even more specifically, so does his mother, who comes to New York to bring him back with her. Sandra Bernhard reprises her guest role as Joe. Matthew Moy, Jennifer Coolidge and Garrett Morris also star.

Antiques Roadshow PBS 8:00 pm  ET

A new three-part visit to Santa Clara, Calif., wraps up with host Mark L. Walberg paying a visit to the Computer History Museum. You can place a bet on what he and appraiser Brian Witherell find there, including a true treasure: the very first Apple computer. As for the items that are assigned values, they include a Booker T. Washington-related grouping collected by one of the teachers Washington had, plus a wine pot from the 17th century.

Gotham FOX 8:00 pm  ET

The show ends its first season with the ironically titled "All Happy Families Are Alike," as Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith, who has announced she's leaving the show) has her ultimate showdown with Penguin and Maroni (Robin Lord Taylor, guest star David Zayas) for control of the city. Barbara and Leslie (Erin Richards, guest star Morena Baccarin) commune over their recent experiences. Bruce (David Mazouz) scours his home for desired clues.

Sinking the Lusitania: An American Tragedy SMTHHD 8:00 pm  ET

Marking this week's 100th anniversary of the British ocean liner RMS Lusitania's destruction by a German U-boat, this original one-hour documentary incorporates CGI footage, historical archives and newly discovered letters from survivors to bring this disaster to life. The film views this tragic event from the perspective of eight people: seven disparate passengers aboard the ship bound for Liverpool, England, from New York, plus the German U-boat commander who sank the ship.

The Originals CW 8:00 pm  ET

Klaus (Joseph Morgan) understandably isn't happy about his family's disloyalty, prompting him to seek revenge -- with some surprising help -- in the new episode "Fire With Fire." Elijah, Rebekah and Freya (Daniel Gillies, guest star Maisie Richardson-Sellers, guest star Riley Voelkel) try to stay focused on their shared mission to destroy Dahlia (guest star Claudia Black). Hayley and Jackson (Phoebe Tonkin, guest star Nathan Parsons) face peril in the bayou.

The Voice NBC 8:00 pm  ET

The path to being declared this season's "Voice" doesn't have much farther to go for those still in the contest in the new episode "Live Top 6 Performances." Elimination will be the thrust of Tuesday's show, but for now, the remaining hopefuls give it all they've got. Judges and mentors Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams offer their assessments of the amateur singers' efforts. Carson Daly is the host.

Bates Motel A&E 9:00 pm  ET

In the new episode "Crazy," this season's penultimate hour, Norman (Freddie Highmore) spends the day with a surprising visitor, while Norma (Vera Farmiga) struggles desperately to keep Bates family secrets from being exposed. Elsewhere, Caleb (Kenny Johnson) pays a price for helping Dylan (Max Thieriot) follow through with a good deed at the farm. Nestor Carbonell also stars.

Jane the Virgin CW 9:00 pm  ET

With a high-school reunion coming up, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is concerned about attending -- given what her aims were and how her life actually is going -- in the new episode "Chapter Twenty One." She also sets conditions for attending Michael's (Brett Dier) event. Petra (Yael Grobglas) tries to turn what she learns from Rafael (Justin Baldoni) to her advantage. Xo (Andrea Navedo) has a tough time trying to guess Rogelio's (Jaime Camil) thoughts.

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck HBOE 9:00 pm  ET

Filmmaker Brett Morgen's ("The Kid Stays in the Picture") new feature documentary uses material from the Cobains' personal archives to construct an in-depth examination of the Nirvana frontman's childhood, music career and untimely death by suicide at age 27. Fans can anticipate a respectful tone, since Cobain's daughter, visual artist Frances Bean Cobain, serves as an executive producer on this authorized documentary, which was eight years in the making.

Shahs of Sunset BRAVO 9:00 pm  ET

With wedding plans still unresolved, Reza decides to have a "destination wedding" in Thailand in the new episode "One Wedding and a Dog Funeral." Elsewhere, Asifa gives herself a Bollywood-themed birthday party, but she begins to question the future of her relationship with Bobby after he gives her a diamond necklace instead of a ring. Still stinging from Jessica's harangue, Reza rescinds Mike's wedding invitation, creating chaos at Pablo's memorial service.

The Big Bang Theory CBS 9:00 pm  ET

Those who know about a cast member's relatively recent passing likely will be able to predict what's coming in "The Comic Book Store Regeneration," as the joy over the story's title event is marred by a shocking development for Wolowitz (Simon Helberg). Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) can't take her own advice after showing Leonard (Johnny Galecki) how to dismiss bothersome thoughts. Nathan Fillion ("Castle") guest stars.

The Following FOX 9:00 pm  ET

Who's the mole inside the FBI? That's among Ryan's (Kevin Bacon) concerns in the new episode "Demons," as he seeks the agent who's been probing Daisy's laptop. Other worries are more personal, given the recent turns in his life. The chain of killers still poses problems thanks to someone linked to Theo (Michael Ealy), who wants to vanish along with Penny (guest star Megalyn Echikunwoke). Diane Neal ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") also guest stars.

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David Letterman: A Life on Television CBS 9:30 pm  ET

With the host's final "Late Show" slated for May 20, this new 90-minute special recaps many of the highlights of his 22-year tenure on the program. Though much of the material is expectedly comedic -- showcasing numerous guests he's welcomed to the New York-based show over the years -- some segments are of a serious nature, as with one from the first episode that followed the 9/11 attacks. Many of Letterman's signature "Top Ten Lists" also are excerpted.

Independent Lens PBS 10:00 pm  ET

Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson's film "Kumu Hina" profiles Hina Wong-Kalu, a transgender teacher seen counseling a Hawaiian youngster about embracing masculine and feminine traits alike. Both individuals benefit greatly from the their common pursuit of pride and acceptance, with the educator also getting fresh insight into the search for enduring love. The program is offered as part of PBS' Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

Time Traveling With Brian Unger TRAVEL 10:00 pm  ET

Marking the recent 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's assassination, host Brian Unger traces the escape route of the president's killer, John Wilkes Booth, through Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia in the new episode "Lincoln's Killer on the Run." Starting in an alley behind Ford's Theater, Unger and some companions follow the arduous path taken by Booth and his co-conspirator David Herold as they evaded federal officers for 12 days.

Castle ABC 10:01 pm  ET

The title of the new episode "Dead From New York" leaves little doubt which show the plot is loosely inspired by, moreover since a murder victim is the iconic creator of a popular sketch-comedy series titled "Saturday Night Tonight." Castle and Beckett (Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic) probe the crime, and they soon find a possible reason for it. Carly Rae Jepsen, now back on the music charts with "I Really Like You," and Jaleel White guest star.

The Returned A&E 10:01 pm  ET

In "Helen," the next to last new episode of Season 1, Chloe (Dakota Guppy) finds herself in grave jeopardy from someone who shows up unexpectedly. Peter (Jeremy Sisto), meanwhile, makes a shocking announcement and Helen (Michelle Forbes) finally sets into motion her deadly plan for the town. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kevin Alejandro and Sandrine Holt also star.

StarTalk NGC 11:00 pm  ET

Host Neil deGrasse Tyson and his panel explore the science of modern love in today's society with journalist and gay activist Dan Savage in this new episode. Anthropologist Helen Fisher and comic Chuck Nice also contribute their own insights on this topic.

NCIS CBS 8:00 pm  ET

Though CSI has a cyber unit that has fueled its own series, NCIS also is deeply involved in online crime in the new episode "The Lost Boys." A case that Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team are working goes international with the pursuit of terrorists who recruit new, very young allies via the Internet. The situation becomes potentially more lethal with the villains' purchase of black-market weapons. Guest star Matt Jones returns as Special Agent Ned Dorneget.

The Real Housewives of New York City BRAVO 9:00 pm  ET

After being warned about Sonja's questionable business aspirations, Bethenny has lunch with her to see for herself if the other women have a point in the new episode "Mind Your Own Business." Kristen holds a guerilla-style photo shoot on the streets of New York for her new fashion blog. Dorinda hosts a cocktail party for the ladies where Carole makes a confession to LuAnn and Dorinda's boyfriend gets a little too flirty with some of the guests.

Forever ABC 10:01 pm  ET

The series' first-season finale, "The Last Death of Henry Morgan," finds Jo (Alana De La Garza) caught between Henry (Ioan Gruffudd) and his longtime nemesis Adam (guest star Burn Gorman) -- and in the case of this show, we mean a really, really long time. The enemies' latest showdown is prompted by the disappearance of the dagger that caused Adam's first death, as well as the demise of Julius Caesar. John Noble ("Sleepy Hollow") also guest stars.

Hell's Kitchen FOX 8:00 pm  ET

Preparations for a homecoming can be demanding, as the remaining cooks discover in helping Calabasas (Calif.) High School get ready for a big event in the new episode "8 Chefs Compete." The organizing committee wants a Mardi Gras theme, and three courses are offered to them to sample -- with the losing team staying under the committee's scrutiny even more intently, while the victorious rivals get to play pirate, quite literally.

Selma PPV4 8:00 pm  ET

An Oscar winner for its song "Glory," by Common (who also acts in the film) and John Legend, director Ava DuVernay's superbly told 2014 dramatization of the 1965 Alabama civil-rights march from Selma to Montgomery boasts sterling acting. David Oyelowo is the first among equals in the ensemble cast as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who led the walk and faced considerable protest and peril. Carmen Ejogo, Oprah Winfrey, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Tom Wilkinson also star.

The Flash CW 8:00 pm  ET

He may not be King Kong, but as simians go, Grodd is sufficiently fearsome in his own way -- and he resurfaces in the new episode "Grodd Lives." Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) dispatches the gorilla in the hope of putting his Reverse Flash identity on the back burner among Barry's (Grant Gustin) concerns. After Grodd absconds with Joe (Jesse L. Martin), Barry literally races through the sewers under the city to try to find them. Candice Patton also stars.

The Roosevelts: An Intimate History PBS 8:00 pm  ET

One of the most prominent families in U.S. history gets ample attention from celebrated documentary maker Ken Burns, as an encore run of his profile of the Roosevelts begins with "Get Action (1858-1901)." Theodore Roosevelt (voice of Paul Giamatti) makes his military mark, then becomes America's youngest president to that time. His cousin Franklin (voice of Edward Herrmann, who has had the role several times) develops his own political aspirations.

Deadliest Catch DSC 9:00 pm  ET

With Super-Typhoon Nuri closing in, the captains are forced to make some hard choices if they're going to find a way to save their seasons in the new episode "Super Typhoon Part 1." While the Northwestern charges boldly into the approaching storm, the Cape Caution retreats to the relative safety of land and the Wizard gets a replacement deckhand delivered while the boat is at sea.

iZombie CW 9:00 pm  ET

The range of topics covered by a murdered radio talk-show personality makes Liv (Rose McIver) a better-informed individual very quickly in the new episode "Dead Air." What she suddenly knows worries Clive (Malcolm Goodwin), especially when she uses it in a personal way with him. Ravi's (Rahul Kohli) new romance could pose problems for Liv. Major (Robert Buckley) gets an assist from Peyton (guest star Aly Michalka). David Anders also stars.

Married at First Sight A&E 9:00 pm  ET

Just three weeks ago, the three couples in this social experiment met and married, then went on their honeymoons, celebrated the holidays, set up housekeeping in a new residence and ushered in a new year. Now, however, the new episode "Adjusting to Married Life" finds them facing what may be the biggest test yet -- going through routine daily life together as a married couple, without the artificial interruptions of celebrations and other distractions.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ABC 9:00 pm  ET

The split loyalties Skye (Chloe Bennet) has been experiencing between S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Inhumans reach a critical point in the new episode "Scars," as troubles between them increase and she edges closer to having to make a choice. Coulson (Clark Gregg) has been hiding something, and even his closest associates are stunned when he reveals it. Edward James Olmos and Patton Oswalt guest star. Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton and Elizabeth Henstridge also star.

Nature's Weirdest BBCAM 9:00 pm  ET

As a new season opens, naturalist and host Chris Packham returns for more explorations into the natural world of the strange, starting with a look at something strange in the water of the Caribbean. Also, a four-foot worm in a fish tank and a tick that is turning Americans into vegetarians.

NCIS: New Orleans CBS 9:00 pm  ET

The enemy known as Baitfish returns -- and makes matters personal for the team -- in the new episode "How Much Pain Can You Take." Someone close to the agents is murdered, evidently by Baitfish, who wants to bait Pride (Scott Bakula). The subsequent, fury-fueled pursuit of the villain also involves Police Captain Messier, played again by guest star Dylan Walsh ("Unforgettable"). Lucas Black, Zoe McLellan and CCH Pounder also star.

New Girl FOX 9:00 pm  ET

The fact that Damon Wayans Jr. is leaving the show's cast cues the departure of his character Coach in the fourth-season finale, "Clean Break." The imminent exit elicits interesting reactions from other members of the gang, with Schmidt (Max Greenfield) deciding to do a massive cleanout of his own belongings -- and Jess and Nick (Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson) pondering whether there's still something romantic between them. Lamorne Morris also stars.

Undateable NBC 9:00 pm  ET

A number of this sitcom's stars are stand-up comedians, so doing the live, hour-long episode "A Live Show Walks Into a Bar" shouldn't seem all that alien. Executive producer Bill Lawrence intends to enlist stars of his previous shows -- including "Scrubs" and "Cougar Town" -- to pop up here as guests, and he also promises a major musical element. In fact, Victoria Justice plays a singer who inspires a rivalry between Danny and Justin (Chris D'Elia, Brent Morin).

Weird Loners FOX 9:30 pm  ET

A trip to a gay bar generates a dilemma for Caryn and Stosh (Becki Newton, Zachary Knighton) -- since they both take an interest in the same person -- in the season finale, "We're Here. We're Weird. Get Used to Us." Zara (Meera Rohit Kumbhani) also faces an unexpected situation involving Eric (Nate Torrence), related to the light in which other bar patrons view him. Katie Aselton ("The League") and Kylie Sparks guest star.

Chicago Fire NBC 10:00 pm  ET

Jason Beghe crosses over again in his "Chicago PD" role in the new episode "Category 5," as Voight asks Casey (Jesse Spencer) to work secretly to expose Jack Nesbitt's (guest star Eric Mabius) suspected corruption. The ongoing debate between Otis and Severide (Yuri Sardarov, Taylor Kinney) over Scott Rice (guest star Warren Christie) threatens to divide the entire firehouse into factions. Jon Seda also appears as his "Chicago PD" character Dawson.

Chopped FOOD 10:00 pm  ET

As contestants Anne Burrell, Hung Huynh, Mary Sue Milliken and Dale Talde vie for a spot in the grand finale, they find a sweet and sour surprise in their appetizer basket. Once past that hurdle, three chefs are tasked with pairing a cheesy party food with some expensive offal in the entree round. Finally, the last two All-Stars must create sweet dishes using a refreshing drink and some airy cookies in the new "All-Stars Tournament: Part 2." Marc Murphy, Alex Guarnaschelli and Chris Santos are the judges.

Frontline PBS 10:00 pm  ET

Last year's Ebola epidemic is traced in the new episode "Outbreak," focusing not only on the roots of how it happened, but also on why it wasn't stopped before it reached the level it did. The program tackles the investigation from a variety of perspectives: authorities who had to make decisions on how the crisis was handled; health responders who were on the front lines; and victims of the disease in such locations as Monrovia and Guinea.

Newlyweds: The First Year BRAVO 10:00 pm  ET

Thrilled with the news of her pregnancy, Kirk gives Laura the gift for which she has been waiting in a new episode called "Hurry Up and Weight." Toi decides to throw a soiree as a way to draw more business to her store and placate Rouvaun. After Laura wins an award for nonfiction writing, she and John decide to shift their focus to her career. Meanwhile, Nadine's doctor delivers news that only heightens her already considerable fears about childbirth.

Sons of Winter DSC 10:00 pm  ET

In episode 2, Dale and Shane already find themselves facing a critical yet difficult decision: whether to focus on finding a much-needed source of heat and worry about food later, or to make hunting a priority even if it means spending another frigid night out in the wild. Back at home, Kole struggles to fill his difficult new role as Randy's right hand as the family worries about a tree that has fallen on the Barks' skinning shed.

The Willis Family TLC 10:00 pm  ET

In this new 13-episode unscripted series, cameras follow the 14 members of this family band, at home and on the road, as they try to juggle personal responsibilities with their professional commitments. Suburban Nashville, Tenn., couple Brenda and Toby Willis found themselves and their large brood thrust into the national spotlight when they made it into the final rounds of "America's Got Talent." This season will follow the Willises as they produce and record their first music album.

Your Family or Mine TBS 10:00 pm  ET

Ricky's (JoBeth Williams) annual summer family gathering to take the clan's official Christmas photo for cards and newsletters is approaching, but there may be a shortage of goodwill this year. After Louis (Richard Dreyfuss) absentmindedly scheduled his company-mandated physical for the same day, he and son Blake (Andrew Lees) smoked some pot together -- which means now Louis needs to find a relative who will cough up (as it were) an untainted urine sample he can give the insurance rep in the new episode "Christmas in July."

Person of Interest CBS 10:01 pm  ET

The pursuit of The Machine by enemy system Samaritan -- which has occupied much of this show's season -- reaches its crux in the fourth-year finale, "YHWH." It's up to Finch and Root (Michael Emerson, Amy Acker) to protect their cyber-operation once it's intercepted by the other one. Reese (Jim Caviezel) may be caught in the crossfire of another clash, as crime kingpins Elias and Dominic (Enrico Colantoni, Winston Duke) prepare for literal battle.

Criminal Minds CBS 9:00 pm  ET

A threat that has been looming over Kate's (Jennifer Love Hewitt) niece Meg (Hailey Sole) becomes real in the new episode "The Hunt," the finale of the procedural drama's 10th season. The youngster and her best friend are kidnapped, challenging Kate to stay focused and professional when the disappearances appear to be linked to an online predator. Greg Grunberg ("Heroes") reprises his guest role as Kate's husband. Joe Mantegna and Thomas Gibson also star.

blackish ABC 9:31 pm  ET

A Mother's Day visit may lead to a revelation by Rhonda (guest star Raven-Symone), Dre's (Anthony Anderson) sister, in the new episode "Please Don't Ask, Please Don't Tell." While she never has stated so, most of her relatives know she's gay -- except for Ruby (guest star Jenifer Lewis), which prompts Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) to urge Dre to break the news. Jack and Diane (Miles Brown, Marsai Martin) vie to find the better Mother's Day gift.

Nashville ABC 10:00 pm  ET

Juliette's (Hayden Panettiere) rooftop concert success apparently has her basking in glory again in the new episode "Is the Better Part Over," but those around her worry that she actually has postpartum depression. Will (Chris Carmack) gets a couple of bombshells, in the form of a surprise visit from his father plus a potential tabloid story. Deacon and Rayna (Charles Esten, Connie Britton) try to deal with the uncertainty generated by his health prognosis.

American Idol FOX 8:00 pm  ET

"Critical" is the word for the episode "Top 3 Perform" -- as the title should indicate -- since what happens in these two hours will determine which two finalists go for the season's title. That much time gives those who remain plenty of opportunity to show why each of them should be the new American Idol, along with lots of space for Harry Connick Jr., Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban to make their judgments and pronouncements. Ryan Seacrest is the host.

Arrow CW 8:00 pm  ET

Oliver's (Stephen Amell) ascension to becoming the next Ra's al Ghul appears imminent in the new episode "This Is Your Sword," with two final steps left on his agenda. Nyssa (guest star Katrina Law) faces possible harm from the current Ra's (guest star Natt Nable). The Arrow team is surprised by a proposition from Malcolm (John Barrowman). Thea (Willa Holland) visits Roy (Colton Haynes).

Nature PBS 8:00 pm  ET

Often used as a source of humor for its ability to mimic others -- even James Bond at the end of "For Your Eyes Only" -- a certain bird's more serious aspects are considered in "Parrot Confidential." The program delves into challenges faced by breeders and owners, with some of them candidly discussing why raising parrots is problematic as well as beneficial. Also noted: the role of the television series "Baretta" in parrots' popularity.

The Middle ABC 8:00 pm  ET

Frankie (Patricia Heaton) wants Mother's Day to be different than usual for her in the new episode "Mother's Day Reservations." Mike (Neil Flynn) tries to meet her desire for a special meal, but his efforts to set it up online prove problematic. He also tries to ensure that Axl, Sue and Brick (Charlie McDermott, Eden Sher, Atticus Shaffer) get Frankie gifts that she'll truly enjoy. Guest star Marsha Mason returns as Frankie's mom.

The Mysteries of Laura NBC 8:00 pm  ET

The slaying of a young nightclub frequenter is linked to robberies in New York's so-called Diamond District, giving Laura (Debra Messing) and her comrades two cases in one in the new episode "The Mystery of the Crooked Clubber." Jake's (Josh Lucas) intrusion on Laura's relationship with Tony (Neal Bledsoe) causes her to reconsider the state of her personal life. Janel Parrish ("Pretty Little Liars") and Frankie Muniz ("Malcolm in the Middle") guest star.

Young & Hungry ABCF 8:00 pm  ET

With the best of intentions, Gabi (Emily Osment) goes behind Josh's (Jonathan Sadowski) back to find a very special gift for Shauna (guest star Kylie Minogue), only to be horrified when her plan backfires and leads to an awkward reunion for Josh in the new episode "Young & Ferris Wheel." Elsewhere, Elliott (Rex Lee) is paranoid about falling asleep around his new boyfriend, so he asks Yolanda (Kym Whitley) to watch his slumber to see whether he does anything embarrassing.

The Goldbergs ABC 8:30 pm  ET

Erica (Hayley Orrantia) continues her aim for a music career by applying to the prestigious Juilliard School in the new episode "Bill/Murray." Beverly and Adam (Wendi McLendon-Covey, Sean Giambrone) try to help her chances by devising a music video showcasing her. Murray's (Jeff Garlin) new friendship with Lainey's (guest star AJ Michalka) father Bill (guest star David Koechner) has unexpected effects. Troy Gentile and George Segal also star.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit NBC 9:00 pm  ET

Capt. Donald Cragen has been absent from this series for a while, but he's back -- still played by Dann Florek -- in the new episode "Perverted Justice." His knowledge may help when a woman (guest star Samira Wiley), who did much to get her father sentenced years earlier for rape and incest, wants to recant her testimony and have him released. Andre Braugher, moonlighting from "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," and "House" alum Robert Sean Leonard also guest star.

Man Finds Food TRAVEL 9:00 pm  ET

A new episode called "Tweet Secrets" finds Adam in Nashville, Tenn., to sample an off-the-menu deep-fried grilled cheese sandwich. There's also a sweet ice cream soda "science experiment" that can be ordered only via Twitter, a three-cheese chili hidden hot dog, and sweet and spicy chicken and waffles.

Modern Family ABC 9:00 pm  ET

Excited to be named valedictorian, Alex (Ariel Winter) has to take the bitter with the sweet when she learns she has to share the title with a rival in the new episode "Patriot Games." Just as each of them wants the position solely, their respective parents want that -- and the decision-maker is a foot race between the two graduates-to-be. Gloria's (Sofia Vergara) studying for a citizenship test is impacted by Javier's (guest star Benjamin Bratt) visit.

NOVA PBS 9:00 pm  ET

Dr. Robert Ballard, celebrated for his undersea explorations, undertakes another mission in the new documentary "Nazi Attack on America" -- largely a study of a U-boat whose wreckage was found submerged off the coast of Louisiana. What is discovered in the remains helps paint a thorough picture of Operation Drumbeat, a concentrated World War II attack by German vessels against American forces over a period of more than three years.

Supernatural CW 9:00 pm  ET

They're not exactly the Hatfields and the McCoys, but the Winchesters and the Stynes make for a potent family feud on their own terms in the new episode "Dark Dynasty." Sam and Dean's (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles) probe of a murder leads them to the Styne clan ... and a particularly aggressive Eldon Styne (guest star David Hoflin). Charlie and Rowena's (guest stars Felicia Day and Ruth Connell) tenuous teaming prompts Castiel (Misha Collins) to mediate.

Chicago PD NBC 10:00 pm  ET

Their emotions are elsewhere, having just suffered a loss, but the team has to focus on the job after an explosion at a cafe in the new episode "There's My Girl." A youngster (guest star Haley Seda, daughter of series regular Jon Seda) is the only true eyewitness, but her mother is reluctant to let her help. Mouse's (guest star Samuel Hunt) technical skills may do much to advance the probe. Guest star Markie Post returns as Lindsay's (Sophia Bush) mother.

CSI: Cyber CBS 10:00 pm  ET

Those who purchase medicine online may experience discomfort from the new episode "Click Your Poison," involving a man whose death is linked to the product marketed on a Web-site ad that was hacked. Avery (Patricia Arquette) and her team launch a hunt for those responsible. Guest stars include Michael Irby ("The Unit") and Brian McNamara ("Army Wives"). James Van Der Beek, Peter MacNicol and Shad Moss also star.

Fake Off TRUTV 10:00 pm  ET

Season 2 of this unusual reality competition series begins as 10 teams from across America vie in the art of faking, a genre that combines theater, dance, acrobatics, black light and illusion. Teams are challenged to reimagine iconic pop culture moments, with their efforts judged by Harry Shum Jr. ("Glee"), director-choreographer Laurieann Gibson and actor-choreographer Beau Casper Smart. YouTube personality Meghan Camarena is backstage correspondent, while Corbin Bleu ("High School Musical") hosts.

Million Dollar Listing New York BRAVO 10:00 pm  ET

Those "Twin Towers" of real estate stand together for the first time after Fredrik invites Ryan to join him in listing a Chelsea penthouse. Fredrik, in fact, gives every sign that he'd like them to be friends, but a skeptical Ryan keeps some other irons in the fire, too, courting a Russian businessman in the new episode "Frenemies Unite." Elsewhere, Luis receives an offer on his Harlem townhouse.

Restaurant: Impossible FOOD 10:00 pm  ET

Host Robert Irvine shakes up how he does things on this show in a new episode called "The Ambush," where he and his team drop in unannounced and unscheduled to Tomatore's Pizzeria in Orlando, Fla. He wants to get a candid and frank impression of what problems are really besetting this struggling eatery. Of course, that means Robert and his crew also have made their own deadline even harder to meet as well.

Ripper Street BBCAM 10:00 pm  ET

A murder inquiry in a curiosity shop reveals a secret dungeon in the new episode "The Beating of Her Wings." The murder itself may be tied somehow to Obsidian Estates, Long Susan's (MyAnna Buring) growing real-estate empire, but Reid (Matthew Macfadyen) is far more obsessed with discovering the identity and current whereabouts of a young girl who apparently had been held captive in the cell for many years. Adam Rothenberg and Jerome Flynn also star.

Storage Wars A&E 10:00 pm  ET

The new episode "What Cowboy Dreams May Come" finds the group in Santa Ana, Calif., Dave Hester's old stomping ground -- and don't think he's reluctant to press that advantage over his competition. As the other buyers struggle to find a locker worth their time and money, Jarrod and Brandi are off their game, while Ivy Calvin just runs up against new competition when he tries to crash an auction in Orange County.

Super Skyscrapers PBS 10:00 pm  ET

In the concluding half of the documentary miniseries, "Building the Future," London's Leadenhall Building is cited as an example of the episode's title. The structure's steel exoskeleton is a key element of the very modern architecture being used in the construction. The dual aims are ease and safety, factors in many other skyscrapers as well as they're being erected now.

Freak Out ABCF 10:30 pm  ET

On a new episode called "Flesh Eating Viruses Freak Me Out!," Ricky, one of the show's hapless marks, is waiting for a friend in a doctor's office where a lockdown is imposed when one of the patients there is diagnosed with a horrifying -- and highly contagious -- disease. In other segments, random people visit an office where they run into an escaped convict, and a group of volunteers who report for clean-up duty after a party in Griffith Park is confronted by an escaped gorilla from the Los Angeles Zoo.

Bones FOX 8:00 pm  ET

Two episodes form the new two-hour offering "The Lost in the Found/The Verdict in the Victims." Bullying is suspected to be behind a private-school student's murder, which brings back uncomfortable memories for Brennan (Emily Deschanel). Then, a suspected serial killer's (guest star Gabriel Salvador) imminent execution prompts Brennan to question whether the man actually is guilty. Veteran actress Linda Lavin ("Alice") guest stars.

Olympus SYFY 10:00 pm  ET

In a new episode called "The Lexicon," Medea and Aegeus (Sonita Henry, Graham Shiels) pressure Hero (Tom York) to solve the Lexicon's riddle, hoping he will use any resulting powers to save Athens. Hero, however, remains suspicious of their true motives and he weighs the thorny issue of whether the Lexicon is a rare gift or a curse that he should destroy as soon as possible. Matt Frewer also star.

American Crime ABC 10:01 pm  ET

Matt may not have been as much a blameless victim in the murder as it first seemed -- at least according to Aubry's (Caitlin Gerard) claims -- in the new "Chapter Ten." Barb (Felicity Huffman) is devastated by the implications, prompting Russ (Timothy Hutton) to come to the forefront in making sure justice is served. Aubry's account also has a drastic effect on Hector (Richard Cabral), whose testimony is negated, leaving him vulnerable to deportation.

PGA Tour Golf GOLF 1:00 pm  ET

Often called the "fifth major" because of its prestige and large payout, the PGA Tour stops this week at the TPC at Sawgrass Stadium Course in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., for the Players Championship. Martin Kaymer is the defending champion and Tiger Woods took trophies here in 2013 and 2001.

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Epic America DEST 8:00 pm  ET

This visually stunning new two-hour special takes viewers on a gasp-inducing east-to-west tour of the United States, capturing the grandeur and diversity of the country's landscapes by including such iconic locations as the Mississippi River, Yellowstone National Park, the Everglades and the Grand Canyon.

Grey's Anatomy ABC 8:00 pm  ET

Major crises are nothing new for the hospital staff, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're ready for the next one and they re put to that test again in the new episode "Time Stops," directed by series co-star Kevin McKidd. The emergency is of a nature that impacts the entire city of Seattle, and the doctors have to table their emotions and keep their focus on the cases they re suddenly presented. Ellen Pompeo, Justin Chambers and Chandra Wilson also star.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit NBC 8:00 pm  ET

Anyone who loved "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." is in for a terrific flashback, since the "Man" himself -- Robert Vaughn -- guest stars in "December Solstice." He plays a famous author who's at the crux of a struggle between his latest wife (guest star Marcia Cross, "Desperate Housewives") and his daughters (guest stars Emily Bergl and Susan Pourfar) over his health and money. The SVU team steps in when abuse of the writer is suspected.

The Big Bang Theory CBS 8:00 pm  ET

Romantic relationships are central to the sitcom's eighth-season finale, "The Commitment Determination," with Leonard and Penny (Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) still undecided on when they'll get married. Detail-obsessed Sheldon (Jim Parsons) is insistent that they pick a date, but he soon has to be concerned about his own affair of the heart in regard to Amy (Mayim Bialik). Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar and Melissa Rauch also star.

The Vampire Diaries CW 8:00 pm  ET

Alaric and Jo (Matt Davis, guest star Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) finally head to the altar in the new episode "I'll Wed You in the Golden Summertime," but there's no guarantee their big day will run smoothly, even as Elena and Bonnie (Nina Dobrev, Kat Graham) try to keep Jo calm and focused. Stefan (Paul Wesley) hits the road with Damon (Ian Somerhalder). Caroline (Candice Accola) returns and tries to make up for her recent actions. Annie Wersching guest stars.

The Odd Couple CBS 8:31 pm  ET

If the aim of yoga is relaxation, Felix (Thomas Lennon) clearly missed out on that information, as indicated by the new episode "Enlightening Strikes." He substitute-teaches such a class and agitates all the students, including one played by guest star Weird Al Yankovic. Another new episode follows: "Jealous Island," in which a sense of competition overwhelms Oscar (Matthew Perry) when he learns the woman he's dating used to be Murph's (Geoff Stults) steady.

Reign CW 9:00 pm  ET

Mary (Adelaide Kane) is wracked by self-doubt after a shocking discovery leaves her uncertain of virtually everything in her life in the new episode "The Siege." Still, with troops headed for the castle, she partners with Francis (Toby Regbo) to determine just how far Conde's (Sean Teale) scheming has gone. Catherine (Megan Follows) devises a plan to convince Narcisse (Craig Parker) never to oppose her again. Torrance Coombs and Caitlin Stasey also star.

Scandal ABC 9:00 pm  ET

Not only is Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) displeased by Vice President Ross' (Artemis Pebdani) streak of independence, he's no happier when she enlists Olivia (Kerry Washington) for an assignment involving a female Navy officer in the new episode "A Few Good Women." Mellie (Bellamy Young) has her own challenges in the course of her political quest. B613 poses new concerns for Quinn and Huck (Katie Lowes, Guillermo Diaz). Jeff Perry and Joshua Malina also star.

The Real Housewives of Melbourne BRAVO 9:00 pm  ET

In the new episode "A Day at the Races," the women flaunt their personal styles at Derby Day, then change into finer frocks for the launch party of "Switch the Bitch," Pettifleur's new book. They save their most jaw-dropping outfits, though, for Gamble's bachelorette party, where the dress code is "Bond girl."

Dig USA 10:00 pm  ET

In the season finale "Armageddon Protocol," Peter (Jason Isaacs) races to stop the Order of Moriah's plan to trigger the End of Days by destroying the Temple Mount. Lynn (Anne Heche) takes matters into her own hands, leading to an explosive faceoff with the ambassador (Regina Taylor). Tad (David Costabile) finds a potentially deadly flaw in his plot as Peter finally gets the answers he's been seeking in the Emma Wilson case. Zen McGrath, Richard E. Grant and Angela Bettis guest star.

Elementary CBS 10:00 pm  ET

Seen lately on the series "Younger," two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster guest stars as an entomologist who factors into Holmes and Watson's (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu) investigation in the new episode "Absconded." It involves one of Holmes' fellow beekeepers, who died while probing a honey bee outbreak. Captain Gregson (Aidan Quinn) asks Watson to lend him assistance off the record. Dorothy Lyman ("Mama's Family") also guest stars.

The Comedians FXEAST 10:00 pm  ET

Show business is such a dog-eat-dog world that it's often difficult for one performer to feel genuinely happy for a friend or colleague when the latter gets one of those rare and highly coveted lucky breaks. That's what seems to be happening in the new episode "Go for Gad," when rumors fly that Josh (Josh Gad) is up for a high-profile movie role. The attention goes to his head in a big way, which doesn't make Billy (Billy Crystal) very happy. And when Billy's unhappy... .

The Red Road SUND 10:00 pm  ET

After Harold and Kopus (Martin Henderson, Tom Sizemore) find Junior (Kiowa Johnson) alive in the woods, Kopus distracts Levi's (Wes Studi) men long enough for the other two guys to reach the road and flag down a car in the new episode "Shadow Walker," the Season 2 finale. Back in New Jersey, Rachel (Allie Gonino) is forced to assume the role of parent as an unmedicated Jean (Julianne Nicholson) spirals even further out of control. Tamara Tunie also stars.

Lost in Transmission HIST 10:03 pm  ET

"Top Gear" co-host Rutledge Wood and George Flanigen, another car fanatic, hit the road in this new unscripted series. They have a fairly straightforward mission: rescuing underappreciated classic American cars and restoring them to something approaching their former glory. The series premiere, "Drowned DeLorean," finds the duo racing to the rescue of a 1981 DeLorean that became submerged during the onslaught of Hurricane Sandy in the fall of 2012.