On TV This Monday: NBC introduces State of Affairs, Harvey Dent tries to bring justice to Gotham, an ex marks the spot on Scorpion, 2 Broke Girls puts on training wheels and The Originals spills past secrets. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
State of Affairs Debuts, Gotham Makes a Dent and More
Klaus races to find an antidote for Elijah, who has been plagued by Esther’s magic; Hayley teams up with Marcel and Josh to take down Vincent; Kaleb brings Davina to a place from 1914.
Harvey Dent (Nicholas D’Agosto, Masters of Sex) encourages Gordon to team up with Mayor James to close the Wayne case. Elsewhere, Penguin closes in on Mooney’s secret weapon: Liza.
2 Broke Girls
When Caroline decides to start a delivery service with her newly found abandoned bicycle, she discovers that Max never learned how to ride a bike.
While at a retirement party, Kip encourages Carol to confront her former work nemesis (played by SNL alum Molly Shannon). P.S. Hear the bad news?
Banksy Does New York
Covering Banksy’s month-long stay in New York City, HBO takes a look at the obsession with the British artist and his unique style.
Jane the Virgin
Jane and Rogelio grow closer, but things change when she meets his twin stepdaughters; Rafael is arrested after Petra files a complaint; Jane makes a decision about her relationship with Michael.
When Cabe’s ex-wife finds evidence pointing to foul play in the death of a congressman, the team must protect her. Jessica Tuck (True Blood) guest-stars.
Abbie and Ichabod encounter a surprising spirit after a string of deaths occur at Tarrytown Psych.
State of Affairs
Series premiere: CIA Analyst Charleston Tucker (Grey’s Anatomy’s Katherine Heigl) and President Payton (Desperate Housewives’ Alfre Woodard) seek revenge for a convoy attack that killed Charlie’s fiance/Payton’s son. (Read TVLine’s First Impression.)