On TV this Monday: Jane the Virgin is ready to again mingle, Lynda Carter returns for an eventful Supergirl, The Great Indoors meets Undateable and ER returns to syndication. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Jane the Virgin Starts Dating, Sexy Baby Daddy and More
Breaking Bad Marathon
Through Tuesday at 3:30 am | Ahead of Better Call Saul Season 3 (premiering Monday, April 10), the basic cabler is airing 16 of its sire’s most Saul-centric episodes. (Get full lineup.)
Set your DVRs! The beloved NBC medical drama that made stars out of George Clooney, Julianna Margulies and Noah Wyle (finally) returns to syndication, airing two episodes every afternoon. (Find out if you get Pop.)
A threat emerges, forcing CTU to go on lockdown; Carter is caught up in a tense ordeal; John turns to Rebecca for help with a campaign decision.
Director Kevin Smith is back at the helm, as aliens from far and wide are drawn to National City by a large bounty on Supergirl; Alex and Maggie run into Maggie’s ex; President Marsdin (Lynda Carter) returns.
Ben realizes he can once again have sex in his bedroom after Emma gets her own room; Danny winds up in the ring with an old friend-turned-pro wrestler.
Jane the Virgin
Jane, ready to start dating again, turns to Rafael and Petra for advice; Petra learns Chuck has been talking to the police; Rogelio struggles to settle his lawsuit.
The Great Indoors
Special night and time: Jack isn’t fond of the former staffer-turned-TV star (Undateable‘s Chris D’Elia) who returns to guest-edit the magazine.
A special guest checks into the motel; Sam and Madeleine’s marriage comes to a crossroads. (EPs dish on “same-sex” twist.)
As the newly appointed leader gets acquainted with the team, Owen heads up a deadly investigation involving fake news. (Fall behind? Read Ep. 14 recap.)
Christina puts forth a plan to retrieve sensitive documentation in Zurich necessary to prevent a political disaster. (Get NBC summer premiere dates.)