On TV this Monday: AMC is all good, man, with the return of Better Call Saul, Angie Tribeca is back on duty and the Sesame Street gang makes an important new friend. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Saul and Angie Tribeca Return, Sesame Street and More
Special day and time: Big Bird worries that Julia, a new Muppet character with autism, does not want to play with him, paving the way for an important lesson. (Watch sneak peek.)
In the penultimate Season 1 episode, Andy uncovers intel on a high-ranking government official, while a reinforcement is brought in to keep an eye on CTU.
Kevin Can Wait
Kevin’s unlikely friendship with Harry Connick Jr. is threatened by an intricate web of lies. (One of CBS’ 16 renewals?)
2 Broke Girls
In the second-to-last episode (ever?), Bobby gets jealous when Candy Andy (recurring guest star Ryan Hansen) turns up at a press junket for Caroline’s movie.
Better Call Saul
Season 3 premiere (70 minutes): Jimmy and Chuck’s relationship worsens; Mike investigates the note that was left on his car. (A Season 2 marathon starts at 11:30 am; Talking Saul airs at 11:10 pm.)
Mother tries to protect Norman using tough love; Sheriff Greene launches a murder investigation; Dylan turns to his brother for help.
A friend suspected of domestic terrorism turns to Alex for help, just as the House is about to vote on a Muslim registry bill. (Get confirmation of [Spoiler]’s grim fate.)
Bryan must rely on
a very particular set of skillshis ODNI training to survive after being taken amid the team’s efforts to stop a Mejia weapons op.
Midseason premiere: Stan gets involved in slot car caring, much to Francine’s dismay; Roger becomes a stewardess just to perform comedy routines on planes.
Season 3 premiere: Angie, now a stay-at-home mom, comes out of retirement when a trophy hunter goes missing.