On TV this Monday: Gotham‘s Fish Mooney gets a taste of her own medicine, The Bachelor heads to the beach, the Sons of Liberty take part in the Boston Tea Party and CBS “ads” up the most Super commercials. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Bachelor's Bikini-Less Party, Gotham Power Shift and More
After both teams are tasked with creating and hosting New York boat tours, the remaining players craft three-dimensional environments to showcase Trump hotels.
Chris’ sisters select one lucky lady to join him on a one-on-one date; Later, a group date gets raunchy as the bachelorettes shed their bikinis at the beach.
Penguin seizes control of Fish Mooney’s club; Gordon suspects foul play when the key witness in a homicide ends up dead; Bruce has a message for Selina.
Kiara seeks help after being placed in an unfit foster home; Mariana downplays her high math scores.
Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials
Scorpion‘s Katherine McPhee and CBS Sports’ Boomer Esiason reveal the Top 10 Super Bowl commercials, as voted on by viewers at home.
Sons of Liberty
Part 2 of 3: Sam Adams and Paul Revere help destroy thousands of pounds of tea, enraging Parliament and forcing them to appoint a new military governor.
Jane the Virgin
Jane must choose between a permanent teaching position and an internship on Rogelio’s telenovela; Michael disobeys orders to stay away from Rafael.
Ichabod, Abbie and Jenny help Hawley confront his nefarious childhood caretaker (Defiance‘s Jaime Murray); Irving adjusts to his new life. (Watch video.)
Night Will Fall
This 80-minute docu juxtaposes horrific footage from the 1945 film German Concentration Camps Factual Survey with insights from survivors, soldiers.
State of Affairs
Charlie and the PDB team work fast to find Ar Rissalah 7’s missing bombs before the terrorist cell launches an attack. Matthew Lillard (The Bridge) guest-stars.