On TV this Monday: The Following doubles up, Chasing Life ponders an uncontrollable destiny, Scorpion‘s mission is set ablaze and James Corden makes his Late Late Show debut. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
James Corden's Late Late Show, The Fosters Finale and More
Two episodes: First, Daisy and Kyle plan an attack on Ryan, unaware that the FBI’s been tipped off. Then, Ryan calls upon a former foe to defeat an even greater one.
As the knockout rounds begin, the coaches enlist the advisement of fun. frontman Nate Ruess.
Season 2 finale: The Adams’ family may be permanently altered by a series of seemingly inconsequential actions.
2 Broke Girls
You’ll never guess what the cat drags in when Max and Caroline’s feline companion is found by a good-looking businessman!
Season 1 finale: As both her job and well-being hang in the balance, April realizes how little control she has over her own destiny. (Read preview.)
Team Scorpion’s helicopter makes a crash landing, igniting an explosive wildfire that stands in the way of an already dangerous mission.
Norman’s icky relationship with Momma Bates weakens as his relationship with Emma strengthens.
Better Call Saul
Jimmy shows Chuck how far he’s willing to go to win a case. If he breaks a few rules along the way, so be it!
Castle and Beckett help Ryan revisit the attempted assassination of a congressman. Reiko Aylesworth (24) and Ricardo Chivara (Desperate Housewives) guest-star.
The Late Late Show With James Corden
Series premiere: The charming Brit, best known for his starring turn in Disney’s Into the Woods, assumes his newest role as an American talk show host. Tom Hanks and Mila Kunis are scheduled to appear; Comedy Bang! Bang!‘s Reggie Watts serves as bandleader.