Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts this, National Geographic Channel's first weekly late-night talk show, adapted from Tyson's popular podcast of the same title. George Takei is guest for the premiere episode, devoted to the landmark TV series "Star Trek." Other guests during the hour include astrophysicist Charles Liu, comic Leighann Lord and "Science Guy" Bill Nye.
Fresh Off the Boat
Have the Huangs moved too far away from their heritage? That's Jessica's (Constance Wu) concern, so she wants her family to reconnect to their roots in the show's season finale, "So Chineez." Among the results, Louis (Randall Park) may have to refuse a much-coveted invitation to join a country club, and Eddie (Hudson Yang) has to make China the subject of an assignment for World Day. Ray Wise ("Twin Peaks") guest stars.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
The new episode "New Secrets Revealed" offers previously unseen moments from the "Real Housewives" vault. Eileen wonders whether she really wants to win an award as she primps for the Emmys, while Kyle's daughter, Portia, decides to pursue an acting career. Delilah, Lisa Rinna's daughter, helps her mother prepare for an upcoming movie. In Amsterdam, the women delve into Yolanda's past.
Is someone copying crimes from the past? That's how it appears to Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team in "Check." He also has other matters to worry about -- namely, two of his former wives, who have something urgent to talk with him about while he's working the case. His colleagues are particularly intrigued by the ex-wife they've never met. Melinda McGraw and Jeri Ryan ("Body of Proof") guest star.
"Arrow" regulars Katie Cassidy and Paul Blackthorne cross over in the new episode "Who Is Harrison Wells?," as Joe and Cisco (Jesse L. Martin, Carlos Valdes) seek information on Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) in Starling City. They ask Captain Lance (Blackthorne) for assistance, while Black Canary (Cassidy) seeks the same from Cisco. Barry (Grant Gustin) pursues an enemy (guest star Martin Novotny) who can resemble anyone he touches. Danielle Panabaker also stars.
Cliff! None other than "Cheers" alum John Ratzenberger turns up in the new episode "11 Chefs Compete," filling a rather appropriate role: serving drinks from behind a bar, along with sommelier Marino Monferrato, as the contestants have to use the liquids in the course of preparing dishes. The winners then skate at Los Angeles' Moonlight Rollerway and taste various beers at a brewery, while the others have to get linens ready for the dinner service.
The National Mall -- America's Front Yard
For most visitors to Washington, D.C., a stop at what literally is the city's center attraction is a must. This new special traces its history, as well as those of such related landmarks as the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. A major element of the Mall's background is the 1963 civil-rights march on Washington, whose symbolism has endured. So has those of such Mall-connected initiatives as the AIDS Memorial Quilt and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Repeat After Me
The Ellen DeGeneres-produced series ends its season with some big names taking part in the pranking ... namely, "Grey's Anatomy" star Ellen Pompeo, Taye Diggs and "American Idol" judge Harry Connick Jr. Host Wendi McLendon-Covey ("The Goldbergs") gives them their marching orders via an earpiece as they confound people they encounter with their seemingly bizarre behavior. A favorite moment is chosen at the end of the episode.
Married at First Sight
With the holidays out of the way, the couples turn their attentions to deciding where their new homes will be located. That proves to be far more difficult than it may sound, since most of the couples quickly discover a clash of priorities between the two partners when it comes to what should factor into the decision. Tensions inevitably escalate during a battle of wills to determine who is willing to make sacrifices with what could prove to be a life-changing move in the new episode "Moving In."
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Ward (Brett Dalton) has proven himself a threat to his former S.H.I.E.L.D. colleagues, but he may be the only person who can help Coulson and Hunter (Clark Gregg, Nick Blood) in the new episode "The Frenemy of My Enemy." Skye and Lincoln (Chloe Bennet, guest star Luke Mitchell) find themselves perplexed by the alliance -- and uncertain of what their own next moves should be. Henry Simmons, Kyle MacLachlan and Dichen Lachman guest star.
The Real Housewives of New York City
Luann, Kristen, Carole and Heather try to avoid picking sides between two old frenemies by attending brunches thrown by both Ramona and Bethenny in the new episode "Battle of the Brunches." Dorinda reconnects with John, her boyfriend, while Bethenny checks in on the renovation of her apartment. Ramona and Luann, meanwhile, nurture their renewed friendship.
NCIS: New Orleans
The probe into a lethal explosion at a celebration for both the Navy and the Marine Corps reveals alarming information in "Baitfish." Apparently, the bomb was meant for Pride (Scott Bakula) -- making the resolution of their investigation all the more critical. Callie Thorne ("Necessary Roughness") and Daryl Mitchell guest star. Lucas Black, Zoe McLellan and CCH Pounder also star.