On TV this Monday: Mike & Molly turn 100, Sleepy Hollow’s big bad suffers an existential crisis, Foyle’s War brings its final season stateside and Jimmy Fallon heads west. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Mike & Molly's 100th, Sleepy Identity Crisis and More
Final season premiere: Foyle investigates the stabbing of a university professor doubling as a translator at the Nuremberg trials. John Mahoney (Frasier) guest-stars.
Groundhog Day Movie Marathon
“Ned Ryerson!” Whether or not we get six more weeks of winter, AMC promises 10 straight hours of the Bill Murray classic.
After both teams craft social media campaigns for King’s Hawaiian, the remaining players produce jingles for Bud Light; Joan Rivers returns as advisor.
Li’l Wayne confronts Gordon, who has failed to bring his parents’ killer to justice; Maroni puts Cobblepot’s loyalty to the test.
Klaus attempts to put an end to an antiquated marriage ritual Hayley and Jackson must complete. Debra Mooney (Everwood) guest-stars.
Mike & Molly
In the hitcom’s 100th episode, Molly pressures Mike to visit a doctor after learning he hasn’t been checked out in over a decade.
Henry struggles with his identity, as a warlock blameworthy for the Salem Witch Trials escapes Purgatory to acquire a book of spells.
After Castle is hired to catch a cheating husband, he bears witness to his client’s murder. Brianna Brown (Devious Maids) and Ivan Sergei (Charmed) guest-star.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Sam and Callen go undercover as food truck owners to track down an anthrax supplier in Mexico and stop an attack. Angelique Cabral (Enlisted) guest-stars.
Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
A special week of shows in Los Angeles kicks off with Birdman’s Michael Keaton and The Voice judge Gwen Stefani.