What to Watch Tonight

Originals and Jane Return, Larry Wilmore's Debut & More

On TV this Monday: Larry Wilmore makes his late night debut, the late Joan Rivers appears on Celebrity Apprentice, a hurricane shakes up Jane the Virgin and ABC Family is Chasing Life. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    The Celebrity Apprentice

    The late Joan Rivers serves as a boardroom advisor when the teams put together a shoe boutique event; Later, the teams create viral videos for a coffee giant.

  • Fox
    Gotham

    Fish makes her next move against Falcone; Commissioner Loeb (Bosom Buddies‘ Peter Scolari) gives Jim a deadline to meet.

  • The CW
    The Originals

    Winter premiere: With Vincent set on revenge, Klaus brings Cami to the safe house. (Watch a sneak peek and view photos.)

  • ABC Family
    The Fosters

    Midseason premiere: Stef and Lena have differing opinions on several issues; Brandon gets invited to partake in a music program. (Watch video.)

  • The CW
    Jane the Virgin

    Winter premiere: A hurricane forces Jane to stay at the Marbella; Michael does his best to secretly help Alba, while Rogelio rushes to support Xo. (Get scoop.)

  • Fox
    Sleepy Hollow

    Ichabod and Katrina reminisce about an old acquaintance, Abigail Adams (Michelle Trachtenberg, Gossip Girl); Abbie is shocked by a precinct visitor.

  • ABC Family
    Chasing Life

    Midseason premiere: April deals with the aftermath of Leo’s surgery; a new editor-in-chief complicates matters at the paper. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • ABC
    Castle

    As Beckett and the team look into the death of a young telenovela actress, Castle is hired to investigate the tragedy from a different angle. (See photos.)

  • CBS
    NCIS: Los Angeles

    Callen and Sam attempt a dangerous mission after a terrorist attack nearly kills an American ambassador. The Talk‘s Julie Chen guest-stars.

  • Comedy Central
    The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore

    Series premiere: The former Daily Show Senior Black Correspondent shares his deconstructive point of view on current events and pop culture.