On TV this Monday: CBS salutes David Letterman, HBO documents Kurt Cobain, FLOTUS gets Night Shift duty and Fish guts are expected on Gotham. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Letterman Tribute, Gotham Finale, Kurt Cobain and More
Klaus goes on the warpath with the unlikeliest of allies after discovering his siblings’ betrayal.
2 Broke Girls
Max and Caroline’s attempts to break Nash into the modeling world are trumped by the arrival of his disapproving mum.
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
The fully-authorized documentary by director Brett Morgen chronicles the all-too-short life of Nirvana’s onetime frontman.
Jane the Virgin
Jane fears the prospect of attending her high school reunion; Rafael confides in Petra regarding Jane’s custodial decision.
Norma works to keep secrets concealed as Norman spends the day with an unanticipated visitor.
TURN: Washington's Spies
Ben works to locate a double agent as Abe makes one last go at recruiting a New York spy.
David Letterman: A History in Television
Ray Romano hosts the 90-minute special chronicling unforgettable moments from Letterman’s three-plus decades in late night. (Watch preview.)
When a Lorne Michaels type is killed, Castle and Beckett question his sketch program’s star (Jaleel White, Family Matters). Carly Rae Jepsen appears as herself.
The Night Shift
Michelle Obama, Jill Biden and Trace Adkins walk into a middling primetime soap… stop us if you’ve heard this one before! The episode finds Adkins as an MMA group leader who rushes a high-fevered child into the ER. The First Lady and the VP’s wife appear as themselves.