On TV this Monday: Supernatural takes a look back, The Originals premieres, Castle faces danger and Big Bang takes ownership. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
The Originals Returns, Supernatural Retrospective and More
The detectives investigate the killings of corrupt citizens via weather balloons, while Oswald Cobblepot returns to a job that puts him close to someone important in the underworld. (Watch a preview video.)
The Big Bang Theory
Raj’s past surfaces when Emily is rude to Penny, while the rest of the gang thinks about becoming part-time owners of Stuart’s comic book store.
Abbie and Ichabod search for a powerful silver coin while Captain Irving must choose between his family and the greater good.
A Very Special Supernatural Special
A behind-the-scenes look on the past nine seasons including interviews on favorite memories, monsters, demons and angels — plus, what to expect in Season 10. (NOTE: A Season 9 marathon starts at 10 pm on TNT.)
Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia
In this documentary, the discrimination against the gay community in Russia is explored through interviews and encounters with victims while focusing on why these acts are going unpunished.
The team is determined to prove their dedication to Cabe and Homeland Security when a bomber threatens the Internet infrastructure in the Southwest.
Keen and Ressler team up with Agent Samar to uncover the details of Dr. Covington’s black-market operation; Red puts himself in a vulnerable position.
As Beckett & Co. investigate the murder of a toy company CEO, Castle uncovers details about his vanishing, placing him in the middle of a volatile situation. (Get scoop from “mystery man” Matt Letscher.)
NCIS: Los Angeles
The investigation of a Navy contractor’s involvement with illegally transmitted data intensifies when someone on the team is compromised. Also, Hetty faces the Department of Justice.
The Act of Killing
Part of the POV series, this Oscar-nominated docu focuses on the 1965 killings in Indonesia resulting in more than 500,000 deaths. Almost 50 years later, the views of the victims’ children are beginning to surface.
Next Monday: The CW’s Jane the Virgin and Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels premiere.