2 Broke Girls
It can pay to look good -- or so Max and Caroline (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) hope, as they become Nash's (guest star Austin Falk) managers in trying to launch his modeling career in the new episode "And the Look of the Irish." They expect that if he's successful, they'll profit, too. Sophie and Oleg (Jennifer Coolidge, Jonathan Kite) try to keep their hands off each other for the month before their wedding. Sandra Bernhard returns in her guest role.
Dahlia (guest star Claudia Black) tries to win Klaus (Joseph Morgan) over to her side in the new episode "City Beneath the Sea," dangling information about baby Hope in front of him. Several people are trying to determine their own ways of dealing with Dahlia -- Elijah, Freya and Rebekah (Daniel Gillies, guest star Riley Voelkel, guest star Maisie Richardson-Sellers) among them. Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) has to make a tough decision regarding Hope.
Barbara (Erin Richards) falls prey to the Ogre (guest star Milo Ventimiglia), making Gordon (Ben McKenzie) all the more desperate to find the villain, in the new episode "The Anvil or the Hammer." The Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) launches an all-out assault that leads to ever-mounting carnage. Bruce (David Mazouz) is shocked by what he learns about his family's company. Morena Baccarin and David Zayas guest star. Donal Logue also stars.
The end of the competition's season gets ever nearer with the new episode "Live Top 8 Performances," with those still in the running to be the next "Voice" singing their hearts out. Mentors and judges Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams weigh in with their assessments -- which will figure into Tuesday's telecast, the week's elimination show. Carson Daly is the host.
Your name doesn't have to be Tommy: Anyone who's ever played "a mean pinball" is sure to enjoy "Hour Two" of the program's new visit to Santa Clara, Calif., where host Mark L. Walberg meets appraiser James Supp at the Pacific Pinball Museum -- and you just know lots of classic machines will be on display. Appraised items include a collection of writings by celebrated fantasy writer Ray Bradbury, now owned by the English teacher he had in high school.
Mike & Molly
Guest star Margo Martindale ("The Millers," "Justified") returns as Peggy's (Rondi Reed) sister Rosemary in the new episode "Mother From Another Mudlick." Mike (Billy Gardell) has never met her, and when he does, he's astonished how unlike Peggy she is -- in a positive sense. Some family friction results, though, over the immediate bond he forms with her. Melissa McCarthy, Reno Wilson and Swoosie Kurtz also star.
In a new episode with the grim title "The Pit," Romero (Nestor Carbonell) confronts Norma (Vera Farmiga) about some information that recently came to light, and an increasingly fragile Norman (Freddie Highmore) is devastated by a new discovery. Elsewhere, Caleb and Dylan (Kenny Johnson, Max Thieriot) take on a risky job, while Emma (Olivia Cooke) comes to a difficult decision about her future with Norman. Nicola Peltz guest stars.
Shahs of Sunset
Returning to her roots, Asa plans a performance art piece in Hollywood involving veiled members of a flash mob in the new episode "Can't Fake the Funk." GG gets some surprising results when she takes a second polygraph test. Mike tries to make peace over dinner with MJ, Reza and Asa, but his good intentions are sidetracked when his drunken fiancee, Jessica, unleashes a tirade against the crew.
Walter (Elyes Gabel) and the rest of Team Scorpion go on a cruise ship together, but it's not for the sake of pleasure: They're trying to locate and disable some deadly rockets that have been stolen. As Valentine's Day approaches, Ralph (Riley B. Smith) turns to Happy and Toby (Jadyn Wong, Eddie Kaye Thomas) for advice on how to handle his first crush in "Love Boat." Katharine McPhee also stars.
After a two-month hiatus, the suspense series resumes where it left off with the new episode "The Woods," which finds Beth (Maggie Q) in the clutches of her stalker (guest star Eion Bailey). He holds her at a secluded cabin, giving Jack and Janice (Dylan McDermott, Mariana Klaveno) considerable challenges in locating the site and then trying to rescue their colleague. Oscar winner Mira Sorvino returns in her guest role as the acting chief of the unit.
Jane the Virgin
A revelation about the baby sets Jane (Gina Rodriguez) on an independent course of action, based on what she feels is best for the child, in the new "Chapter Twenty." Xo's (Andrea Navedo) efforts to patch things up with Rogelio (Jaime Camil) meet with resistance, and his focus is on career matters anyway. Jane seeks Michael's (Brett Dier) assistance in exposing the deceptive Petra (Yael Grobglas). Debbie Allen ("Fame") directed the story.
Buying the Bayou
Self-styled "Tiki King" Leo and his fiancee, Stephanie, are beating the bushes around Perdido Bay along the Alabama and Florida shorelines in search of a waterfront castle that can become the million-dollar home of their dreams in a new episode called "Tiki Hut Millionaires."