2 Broke Girls
Series stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs usually dress stylishly on the show ... but not so much in the new episode "And the Taste Test." Their characters Max and Caroline aren't wild about the bridesmaids' dresses Sophie (Jennifer Coolidge) has picked out for them, and they do their best to avoid wearing them -- to the extent of hiding them at the diner. Sandra Bernhard guest stars in the story directed by Fred Savage ("The Wonder Years").
If Klaus and Hayley (Joseph Morgan, Phoebe Tonkin) don't hand baby Hope over to Dahlia (guest star Claudia Black) by the deadline she's set, the streets may run red in the new episode "When the Levee Breaks." Klaus' insistence on acting independently worries Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and others, with Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) trying to determine effective countermeasures. Hayley also has her own plans that involve Aiden (guest star Colin Woodell).
Gordon's (Ben McKenzie) hunt for The Ogre (guest star Milo Ventimiglia) takes a personal turn when someone close to the police detective becomes the villain's next potential victim in the new episode "Under the Knife." Bruce (David Mazouz) sets out, with Selina's (Camren Bicondova) help, to get the goods on a crooked employee of his family's company. Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) lends support to Kristen Kringle (guest star Chelsea Spack). Morena Baccarin also guest stars.
And 10 still remain: The hopefuls still in the competition give pivotal displays of their talent to coaches and judges Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams in the new "Live Top 10 Performances" episode. The field will be reduced by two more in Tuesday's telecast, with the eight still left moving on to next week's shows. Carson Daly is the host.
Host Mark L. Walberg heads for California in the first hour of the new episode "Santa Clara," where he and appraiser Stephen Fletcher survey items made in World War II internment camps at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose. Submissions getting monetary values include an autograph book with signatures by authors John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy and Mark Twain, and a painting by Margaret Keane (who was played by Amy Adams in the movie "Big Eyes").
Mike & Molly
Melissa McCarthy takes an extra role by doubling as director of the new episode "No Kay Morale," as Oscar and Emmy winner Kathy Bates reprises her earlier guest role as Peggy's (Rondi Reed) morose friend Kay. Molly (McCarthy) becomes determined to boost Kay's spirits. Mike and Carl (Billy Gardell, Reno Wilson) face various challenges while trying to keep the crowd at a rally under control. Swoosie Kurtz, Katy Mixon and Nyambi Nyambi also star.
A huge mess is waiting for Norma (Vera Farmiga) when she returns home in the new episode "The Last Supper." Confronted with reality, Norman (Freddie Highmore) agrees to get some help. Dylan (Max Thieriot) is shocked by the news he receives about Emma's (Olivia Cooke) health. Andrew Howard and Emiliano Diez guest star; Nestor Carbonell also stars.
Shahs of Sunset
In the new episode "An Inconclusive Truth," although he has growing reservations about his future with Adam, Reza goes on a diet in anticipation of his upcoming nuptials. Mike dives into wedding planning while trying to reconnect with Reza. GG takes a polygraph test that leaves everyone with more questions than answers, while MJ suffers an unexpected loss.
Dismayed over possibly disbanding the team for good -- but don't count on that happening, since this show will have a Season 2 -- the members reassemble to save one of their own in the first-season finale, "Postcards From the Edge." That "edge" is literal: Walter's (Elyes Gabel) car is precariously positioned on a cliff, from which he and the vehicle could plunge at any second. Robert Patrick, Katharine McPhee and Eddie Kaye Thomas also star.
Jane the Virgin
Wanting to make things right with Rafael (Justin Baldoni), Jane (Gina Rodriguez) thinks she's come up with a solution in the new "Chapter Nineteen." Xo (Andrea Navedo) is surprised by the way Rogelio (Jaime Camil) reacts to information she's been keeping from him. Alba (Ivonne Coll) starts to recall who caused her staircase accident. Nia Vardalos ("My Big Fat Greek Wedding") guest stars in the story directed by Robert Luketic ("Legally Blonde").
Buying the Bayou
Who knew bayou ski towns were a thing? Apparently they are, though, especially in Woodville, Miss., where newlyweds Dustin and Stephanie are seeking their own piece of waterfront heaven that gives them the option of running out the door to their boat and skiing in this new episode called, logically enough, "Bayou Ski Towns." Another new episode immediately follows.
Yet another murderer is on Ryan's (Kevin Bacon) radar in the new episode "Kill the Messenger," and they both have ties to Joe Carroll (James Purefoy), raising the stakes for Ryan in his pursuit of the killer. Max and Mike (Jessica Stroup, Shawn Ashmore) try to overcome the tension between them to work together and recover stolen information. Mark (Sam Underwood) revises his plans. Mike Colter, also seen frequently on "The Good Wife" lately, guest stars.