On TV this Monday: Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers go live after the first presidential debate, Gotham reintroduces the world to Ivy Pepper and The Big Bang Theory hosts an important meeting. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
First Presidential Debate, SuperFlash Encore and More
Gordon and Valerie Vale look for Fish Mooney, who’s busy trying to track down Hugo Strange; Ivy Pepper (now played by Maggie Geha) resurfaces; get scoop.
Dancing With the Stars
The 12 remaining pairings dance as fast as they can — or so we assume, given this evening’s installment is a scant 60 minutes.
The blind auditions continue with Adam, Blake, Miley and Alicia. (Watch an exclusive sneak peek.)
The Big Bang Theory
Wolowitz meets with Colonel Williams (Breaking Bad‘s Dean Norris) about the quantum gyroscope. (What did you think of the Season 10 premiere?)
Kevin Can Wait
Kevin rearranges the house after his friends convince him that Donna makes all of the decisions in their marriage; Kyle helps Chale toughen up.
Repeat to Revisit: Kara and Barry Allen (The Flash‘s Grant Gustin) team up to take down Livewire and Silver Banshee. (Watch Season 2 teaser.)
NBC Nightly News‘ Lester Holt moderates the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. (Print out a set of bingo cards here.)
Loosely Exactly Nicole
Nicole finds out what it’d be like to be a mistress after spending time with a CEO; Veronica’s new relationship reaches its first hurdle.
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Colbert goes live with Code Black‘s Rob Lowe and Designated Survivor‘s Kal Penn.
Late Night With Seth Meyers
Meyers takes a closer look at the debate with The Last Man on Earth‘s Will Forte, This Is Us‘ Mandy Moore and baseball player David Ortiz.