The new episode "Gorillas & Genocide in Rwanda" finds journalists Mariana van Zeller and celebrity chef Michael Voltaggio in the region of central and east Africa that was the scene of a horrifying genocide in 1994. The pair visit the Nyamata Church, where 3,000 Tutsis were murdered. Later, for a much-needed cleanse of the spiritual palate, Mariana and Michael take a trek through nearby mountains to get a first-hand look at some of the area's fascinating gorilla population.
2 Broke Girls
Though they'd hoped to cash in by overseeing Nash's (guest star Austin Falk) career as a model, Max and Caroline's (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) dreams are put on hold in the new episode "And the Minor Problem." His Irish homeland calls ... and even more specifically, so does his mother, who comes to New York to bring him back with her. Sandra Bernhard reprises her guest role as Joe. Matthew Moy, Jennifer Coolidge and Garrett Morris also star.
Klaus (Joseph Morgan) understandably isn't happy about his family's disloyalty, prompting him to seek revenge -- with some surprising help -- in the new episode "Fire With Fire." Elijah, Rebekah and Freya (Daniel Gillies, guest star Maisie Richardson-Sellers, guest star Riley Voelkel) try to stay focused on their shared mission to destroy Dahlia (guest star Claudia Black). Hayley and Jackson (Phoebe Tonkin, guest star Nathan Parsons) face peril in the bayou.
The show ends its first season with the ironically titled "All Happy Families Are Alike," as Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith, who has announced she's leaving the show) has her ultimate showdown with Penguin and Maroni (Robin Lord Taylor, guest star David Zayas) for control of the city. Barbara and Leslie (Erin Richards, guest star Morena Baccarin) commune over their recent experiences. Bruce (David Mazouz) scours his home for desired clues.
The path to being declared this season's "Voice" doesn't have much farther to go for those still in the contest in the new episode "Live Top 6 Performances." Elimination will be the thrust of Tuesday's show, but for now, the remaining hopefuls give it all they've got. Judges and mentors Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams offer their assessments of the amateur singers' efforts. Carson Daly is the host.
A new three-part visit to Santa Clara, Calif., wraps up with host Mark L. Walberg paying a visit to the Computer History Museum. You can place a bet on what he and appraiser Brian Witherell find there, including a true treasure: the very first Apple computer. As for the items that are assigned values, they include a Booker T. Washington-related grouping collected by one of the teachers Washington had, plus a wine pot from the 17th century.
Sinking the Lusitania: An American Tragedy
Marking this week's 100th anniversary of the British ocean liner RMS Lusitania's destruction by a German U-boat, this original one-hour documentary incorporates CGI footage, historical archives and newly discovered letters from survivors to bring this disaster to life. The film views this tragic event from the perspective of eight people: seven disparate passengers aboard the ship bound for Liverpool, England, from New York, plus the German U-boat commander who sank the ship.
Mike & Molly
The personal and the professional collide for Molly and Mike (Melissa McCarthy, Billy Gardell) in the new episode "Fight to the Finish." He doesn't listen when she expresses her frustration over having Peggy (Rondi Reed) as a writing partner, and the resulting blow-up prompts the spouses to take a day off from each other. Swoosie Kurtz, Reno Wilson, Katy Mixon and Nyambi Nyambi also star.
In the new episode "Crazy," this season's penultimate hour, Norman (Freddie Highmore) spends the day with a surprising visitor, while Norma (Vera Farmiga) struggles desperately to keep Bates family secrets from being exposed. Elsewhere, Caleb (Kenny Johnson) pays a price for helping Dylan (Max Thieriot) follow through with a good deed at the farm. Nestor Carbonell also stars.
Shahs of Sunset
With wedding plans still unresolved, Reza decides to have a "destination wedding" in Thailand in the new episode "One Wedding and a Dog Funeral." Elsewhere, Asifa gives herself a Bollywood-themed birthday party, but she begins to question the future of her relationship with Bobby after he gives her a diamond necklace instead of a ring. Still stinging from Jessica's harangue, Reza rescinds Mike's wedding invitation, creating chaos at Pablo's memorial service.
The Big Bang Theory
Those who know about a cast member's relatively recent passing likely will be able to predict what's coming in "The Comic Book Store Regeneration," as the joy over the story's title event is marred by a shocking development for Wolowitz (Simon Helberg). Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) can't take her own advice after showing Leonard (Johnny Galecki) how to dismiss bothersome thoughts. Nathan Fillion ("Castle") guest stars.
Jane the Virgin
With a high-school reunion coming up, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is concerned about attending -- given what her aims were and how her life actually is going -- in the new episode "Chapter Twenty One." She also sets conditions for attending Michael's (Brett Dier) event. Petra (Yael Grobglas) tries to turn what she learns from Rafael (Justin Baldoni) to her advantage. Xo (Andrea Navedo) has a tough time trying to guess Rogelio's (Jaime Camil) thoughts.