On TV this Monday: Washington’s Spies get back to work, Logo debuts its first scripted series, The Avengers assemble on Jimmy Kimmel Live and Gotham returns for its final four. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Gotham Returns, Avengers on Kimmel, TURN and More
Dancing With the Stars
The “celebrities” commemorate the wonderful world of Disney with routines inspired by such films as Aladdin, Mary Poppins, and yes, Frozen.
Gordon and Bullock investigate “The Ogre” (Heroes‘ Milo Ventimiglia), a serial killer targeting young females; Fish hatches a scheme. (Read preview.)
Klaus comes in close contact with Mikael on his quest to vanquish Dahlia; Jackson approaches Hayley about a way to keep her protected.
TURN: Washington's Spies
Season 2 premiere (two hours): Abe works towards infiltrating New York City, as Jon André works towards seducing Peggy Shippen. (See photos.)
Dylan and Emma grow close as they try to help Norman; Norma contemplates a life far, far away from White Pine Bay. (Hey, see our Performer of the Week?)
In the season’s penultimate episode, Team Scorpion is weakened by the reveal of Cabe’s Baghdad secret; Paige experiences a roller coaster of emotions when Ralph puts his life on the line for the team. (Get scoop.)
Jane the Virgin
Jane ruins the Marbella’s chances of regaining its liquor license; Rogelio’s fashionable mother (Rita Moreno, West Side Story) pays a visit.
The first of Logo’s two new original series follows Henry (Vincent Franklin, The Thick of It) and his much younger boyfriend, Lance (Cyril Nri, Law & Order: UK), as they attempt to maintain their longterm relationship. Then at 11 pm, companion series Banana follows the lives of Henry’s friends and their tales of modern love.
The Night Shift
Two of Drew’s friends are gunned down at an army promotion ceremony; TC and Topher work to aid a young patient’s psychosis.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron sit down with Kimmel to discuss the anticipated summer blockbuster and share first-look clips from the film.