On TV this Monday: Jane the Virgin debuts, Penny is a Big Bang buzzkill, The Voice enters a battle zone, Gotham gets out a dangerous vote and Castle faces the paranormal. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Jane the Virgin Debuts, Arkham Rattles Gotham and More
Amidst memory-flashbacks to the 1700s featuring Kol, Elijah asks Marcel for help to find key information; Klaus urges Hayley to regain her position in her pack while Davina and Kaleb wind up in a dangerous situation.
Gordon and Bullock must protect politicians when an upcoming, contentious city council vote on the future of the Arkham district puts them in danger.
The coaches recruit Stevie Nicks, Little Big Town, Alicia Keys and Gavin Rossdale to help prepare their artists for the first battle round of the season.
The Big Bang Theory
The girls have a Vegas weekend, but when Penny gets a phone call from work she is declared a “buzzkill.” Back at home, the guys try to brainstorm the next great invention.
Jane the Virgin
Series premiere: Highly romantic Jane Villanueva (played by Gina Rodriguez, The Bold and the Beautiful) is saving herself for marriage, testing the patience of her longtime beau (Brett Dier, Ravenswood). Yet, when she goes in for a check-up with her doctor, she is accidentally artificially inseminated. (Read our praiseworthy First Impression.)
Team Scorpion goes against Cabe’s advice and heads to Las Vegas for a casino job, where Walter is unexpectedly arrested. (Say hi to Penny and the girls…?)
While looking for a missing child, Abbie and Crane find a creature similar to the Pied Piper, whose evil relation to the family goes back for centuries.
When strings of nonviolent people become killers, Red believes that a dangerous sociopsychological experiment may be at hand. Meanwhile, Red tries to persuade Naomi and her husband to accept a proposition.
As the team discovers ghostly evidence in the murder of a pool shark, Castle and Beckett try to get their life back on track after Rick’s mysterious return from the “missing.”
NCIS: Los Angeles
While interrogated by the Department of Justice, the team must work to protect one of their own. Elsewhere, Nell goes undercover as Hetty, who receives disturbing news while in D.C.
Next Monday: The Millers (CBS) and American Dad (TBS) premiere.