What to Watch Tonight

Wonder Woman on Supergirl, Ray Romano Meets Kevin, POTUS Visits Kimmel and More

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On TV this Monday: Lynda Carter is Supergirl‘s wondrous POTUS, Matt LeBlanc is a Man With a Plan, Ray Romano visits a relocated Kevin James and President Obama sits down with Kimmel. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    The Voice

    The Knockout Rounds begin with a little help from key advisors Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. (Psst… hear the good news?)

  • The CW

    Kara and the DEO are tasked with protecting the President of the United States (Lynda Carter, aka TV’s Wonder Woman); Alex partners with Detective Maggie Sawyer (The Family‘s Floriana Lima). (Photos.)

  • Fox

    Jim is forced to make some difficult decisions as the Mad Hatter sets his eyes on his next victims; a familiar face reenters Nygma’s life.

  • CBS
    Kevin Can Wait

    Kevin NO DW TOO SMALLNew time slot alert! Kevin and Donna sabotage Jack’s new friendship, in an effort to avoid his classmate’s parents (played by Everybody Loves Raymond‘s Ray Romano and The Office‘s Lindsey Broad). (Psst… hear the good news?)

  • CBS
    Man With a Plan

    Series premiere: Episodes‘ Matt LeBlanc stars as a father struggling to manage his three kids after his wife (Yes Dear‘s Liza Snyder) returns to work. (Read review.)

  • The CW
    Jane the Virgin

    Jane and Rafael argue over preschools for Mateo; Xo worries Alba will find out about the pregnancy; Rogelio contemplates a move to American TV.

  • Fox

    Lucifer investigates the murder of his favorite action film star. Angel‘s Charisma Carpenter (watch sneak peek) and Hawaii Five-0‘s Mark Dacascos guest-star.

  • ABC

    The CIU takes on the case of a mother (The Fosters‘ Teri Polo) convicted for the death of her autistic son. (How can Conviction other new shows be improved?)

  • NBC

    Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus team up with James Bond creator Ian Fleming (Once Upon a Time‘s Sean Maguire; read Q&A) in Nazi Germany.

  • ABC
    Jimmy Kimmel Live

    President Barack Obama is Kimmel’s one and only guest for the evening.