The drama series ends its season with new back-to-back episodes, "The Fear" and "Consequences." Catherine (Kelly Reilly) starts exhibiting strange behavior, but she refuses to check into a hospital. She eventually goes to rehab, then braces herself to return to her home and work lives. Stress is added when Esme's (Siobhan Williams) biological father needs a transplant, making Catherine debate whether to reveal Esme's true heritage to her.
The Big Bang Theory
Sheldon (Jim Parsons) feels immense guilt over making a major scientific find by accident in "The Discovery Dissipation." Being up for a possible Nobel Prize is no help, since he knows his supposed triumph was a fluke. Wil Wheaton, again guest-starring as himself, helps set things right. Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) isn't happy about Raj (Kunal Nayyar) and Cinnamon's extended guest stay.
Just as the Season 12 finale's subtitle suggests, it's "Winner Chosen" as Gordon Ramsay puts the remaining two contestants before five of Los Angeles' top chefs. As stressful as the challenge may be, it'll be worth it for the victor. The grand prize is the job of head chef at a Ramsay-run restaurant, accompanied by a salary of $250,000.
Hollywood Game Night
The show's host gets a salute in the title of the new episode "Lynch ... Jane Lynch." The inference is that James Bond-related questions will be included in the games, so it wouldn't hurt for such contestants as "Parenthood" co-star Monica Potter to be up on their 007 trivia. Seth Green, Jenna Elfman, Michael Ealy, Katy Mixon ("Mike & Molly") and Dave Foley are the other celebrity players.
Nathan (Will Arnett) has had it with chauffeuring Carol (Margo Martindale) on her errands in "Driving Miss Crazy." He insists that she learn how to drive herself or get another driver, so she does the latter -- namely, Adam (Nelson Franklin), volunteered for the job by Debbie (Jayma Mays). Everyone is surprised by how well the new arrangement seems to work out. Beau Bridges also stars.
Don't Be Tardy...
Kim has her hands full as she tries to juggle her family responsibility to Kroy and the six kids with her need to oversee her wacky assistant, Sweetie, and Lana, the eccentric nanny, in the new episode "Crowd Control." Speaking of Lana, she lands in the doghouse after 2-year-old KJ fractures his leg in an accident. Sweetie, meanwhile, is dispatched on a mission to find a new housekeeper and pool boy.
Will Season 13 prove lucky for this once red-hot reality competition series? Both fans and critics have snarked about controversial judging calls as well as challenges that are either repetitious or just plain silly. Here's hoping for a creative rally as Emmy-winning hosts Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn return, along with judges Nina Garcia and Zac Posen. In tonight's season premiere, 19 designers vie for only 16 spots on the show, then are tasked with creating a look that hints at what their ultimate spring collection would look like if they make it to New York Fashion Week.
Welcome to Sweden
Amy Poehler offers evident support of her brother Greg, this show's star, as she plays herself in the new episode "Proving Love/Lagenhet." She seeks his character Bruce's assistance, while another "Parks and Recreation" regular -- Aubrey Plaza, also appearing as herself -- seems to be stalking him. Bruce tries to be neighborly as he and Emma (Josephine Bornebusch) settle into an apartment in Stockholm. Lena Olin and Patrick Duffy also star.
Working the Engels
Jenna (Kacey Rohl) tries to retrieve her grandmother's ring, but it won't be easy, in the new episode "Jenna's Friend." It's in the possession of a stripper, thanks to Jimmy (Benjamin Martin), and Jenna's efforts to get it back bring her an unexpected new alliance. Sandy (Azura Skye) is excited about winning a free mother-daughter hip-hop class -- until she and Ceil (Andrea Martin) actually get there. Rachel Wilson also stars.
The murder of a beautiful young woman has Holmes and Watson (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu) investigating her connection to a wealthy CEO (guest star William Sadler). Holmes' brother, Mycroft (guest star Rhys Ifans), tries to persuade him to move back to London in "Blood Is Thicker." Margaret Colin also guest stars.
An accident with the new puppy leaves Russ and Lina (Nat Faxon, Judy Greer) with a staggeringly big vet bill, but not to worry: His best pal, AJ (Brett Gelman), is more than happy to loan them the money ... although as usual, there are many, many unexpected strings attached. Meanwhile, Jess (Jenny Slate), determined to bond with Lina, takes her out for a wild night of bar-hopping in the new episode "The Shower." Regina Hall guest stars.
Our America With Lisa Ling
A couple of seasons back, Lisa Ling met four very diverse teenage girls whose pregnancies had forced them to grow up far too fast. Now, in a new episode called "Teen Mom Nation: 2 Years Later," the show revisits Latanya and Sophie, two of those young women, to see how those youthful decisions about motherhood have changed and shaped their adult lives.