After she's placed in an unsuitable foster home, Kiara (Cherinda Kincherlow) reaches out for help to Callie (Maia Mitchell), but she and Stef (Teri Polo) soon realize that getting Kiara out is going to be more complicated than they expected. Although her high test scores earn her an invitation to her school's STEM team, Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) downplays her math score to Mat (Jordan Rodrigues), her boyfriend in the new episode "Stay."
Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials 2015
A different network has the big game this year, but CBS again puts forth its traditional compilation of ads that premiered during the NFL's top event. Boomer Esiason co-hosts the hour with "Scorpion's" Katharine McPhee, and during the show, viewers can choose between a "New School" and "Old School" commercial as their favorite. James Brown, Bill Cowher and Esiason's other "The NFL Today" sportscasting cohorts make their own picks.
Vincent's (guest star Yusuf Gatewood) added power gives him the means to make things very tough for Klaus and Elijah (Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies) in the new episode "Brotherhood of the Damned." With the situation also imperiling Kaleb (guest star Daniel Sharman), Davina (Danielle Campbell) takes action. Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) flashes back to his World War I experiences while pondering how to help his present-day followers.
Did a member of the precinct kill a murder witness before the questioning could happen? Gordon (Ben McKenzie) suspects so, prompting him to go to an old friend for help, in the new episode "Welcome Back, Jim Gordon." Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) isn't happy when Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) gets his hands on a possession she treasures. Morena Baccarin ("Homeland") and Carol Kane continue their guest roles.
The Celebrity Apprentice
New York's famed Circle Line of boat tours gives the contestants their initial challenge in the new episode "It's Like a Booze Cruise With Knowledge." They have to devise an original tour of the Big Apple, and there's plenty of intrigue since one project manager is an apparent target of teammates. Then, an empty stage has to be made into a lavish showcase for many of the features of the Trump (yes, as in "Donald Trump") National Doral Miami Resort.
Country-music icon Willie Nelson might not be an expected factor in this series, but his connection becomes a bit clearer from the fact this first part of a new episode is set in Austin. His personal collection also explains why something that belonged to Mahatma Gandhi would end up in Texas ... specifically, a spinning wheel. A Roy Lichtenstein pin and a custom-made Van Cleef and Arpels necklace also are assessed at the city's Briscoe Center.
In the new episode "Guess Who's Coming to Donate," Natalie (Jessica Meraz) learns she is a half-match for April (Italia Ricci), but she begins to have second thoughts after learning more about what the donor process entails. Sara (Mary Page Keller) urgently tries to change Natalie's mind, but only succeeds in reopening old wounds. After screwing up her most recent interview, April tries to regain her editor's trust by accepting a soft-news assignment aimed at the paper's female readership.
The members of the team don't like seeing similar skills used for criminal purposes, so they have a strong reaction when one of several escaped cons is a hacker in "Father's Day." The person in question was forced to help the others commit a billion-dollar theft online. Paige (Katharine McPhee) is concerned about Ralph's (Riley B. Smith) feelings when his father suddenly reappears. Guest stars include Keith David ("Enlisted").
Jane the Virgin
Jane (Gina Rodriguez) suddenly finds herself with plenty of options in the new "Chapter Eleven." Just as she's handed a permanent teaching job, Rogelio (Jaime Camil) offers her an internship as a writer for his telenovela. Xo (Andrea Navedo) struggles with following through on a decision she made about Rogelio. Michael (Brett Dier) takes action on his hunch about Rafael (Justin Baldoni). Joanna Kerns ("Growing Pains") directed the story.
Some people don't have the best memories of their babysitters -- and that includes Nick Hawley (guest star Matt Barr), who has to relive them in the new episode "Kali Yuga." The woman who minded him was particularly sinister, and Ichabod, Abbie and Jenny (Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, Lyndie Greenwood) support him as he faces her down. Captain Irving (Orlando Jones) tries to get used to his new condition. Katia Winter and John Noble also star.
Night Will Fall
Helena Bonham Carter narrates Andre Singer's 2014 film that chronicles the previously untold story of a much older documentary: "German Concentration Camps Factual Survey," a lost film made by Alfred Hitchcock and Sidney Bernstein of the British Ministry of Information in 1945. Singer's documentary juxtaposes horrifying footage from that earlier film, juxtaposed with insights from survivors, the soldiers who liberated them and the filmmakers who recorded these shattering images.
Ellen's Design Challenge
This new reality competition series from Ellen DeGeneres puts six contestants through a series of challenges to sketch, design and build exceptional furniture. The person still standing at the end of the six episodes receives a $100,000 cash prize plus a spread in HGTV Magazine. Jay Montepare is the host; Dwell magazine editor Amanda Dameron and Christiane Lemieux, executive creative director of Wayfair.com, are the judges.