What to watch on Monday, February 1...
Kara clashes with her warped doppelgänger in “Bizarro,” and meanwhile fosters an altogether kinder relationship with Cat’s son Adam.
Is a dead body found in the woods the handiwork of a serial killer… or of something far spookier? And can guest stars Kumail Nanjiani and Rhys Darby shed any light on the mystery? These questions and more may be answered by writer and director by Darin Morganwhen “Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-monster.”
8pm, The CW
“I’m Back at Camp With Josh!” returns Rebecca and Josh to a familiar setting when he volunteers at a camp for at-risk youth and she sees a chance to remind him of fond memories. In other efforts to cling to the past, Darryl throws a wild bash where Greg bumps into an old acquaintance.
Brandon is mighty cheesed when he finds out that someone has found out about his secret with Callie (although just wait until Tumblr finds out that Brandon found out that someone found out). Meanwhile in “Mixed Messages,” Sharon and Stef have different ideas over how Stef should deal with her diagnosis, and the junior class president race creates even greater friction between Mariana and Lexi.
Cloud 9 is bombarded by bargain hunters in “Wedding Day Sale,” Cheyenne and Bo among them. In other matrimonial misadventures, Glenn and Mateo help a same-sex couple with their wedding plans, while Amy and Dina wind up in an automotive adventure.
After discovering that Mimi’s son has a racy picture of Anna, the cast puts their heads together to teach the lad about the proverbial birds and bees in “Sexual Awakening.” But the male cast members have other image worries on their minds as they prepare for a magazine cover shoot without the benefit of Photoshop.
“The Life Aquatic with Steve Smith” sees Steve signing up for water polo in order to impress the opposite sex. In other buoyant business, Roger and Stan get themselves a boat.
9pm, The CW
Jane the Virgin
Mateo accidentally wrecks Jane’s computer—and all her progress on her thesis along with it—in “Chapter Thirty-Two.” But the technical snafu comes up with an upside when she meets a charismatic computer technician. Elsewhere, Rafael provides Michael with another piece of the Mutter puzzle, and Rogelio immediately regrets hiring Liliana as his manager.
“Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil” finds the Morningstar helping Chloe investigate the death of a movie star’s son who was fleeing the paparazzi. Meanwhile, Maze and Amenadiel continue to press Lucifer to return to the domain of the darned (this is a family website, dammit).
Tribeca is on the case when a baker is bumped off in “The Wedding Planner Did It”—but can she overcome her own haunted past to bring the culprit to justice?
Maddie breaks curfew to hang with her friends in “The Art of the Deal,” but will their party-hearty ways and mockery of Rebecca lead her astray? Flashbacks also reveal how Maddie and Rebecca’s former friendship set the latter on the path to Springtime Meadows.
9pm, A&E, Lifetime, History
War & Peace
Natasha begins to doubt Andrei’s feelings for her, while Pierre makes his feelings about Anatole quite clear. Oh, and one headstrong Corsican is making his way towards Russia along with 650,000 of his closest and most heavily armed friends.
Sparks fly when Quentin and Julia are unexpectedly reunited in “Consequences of Advanced Spellcasting.” Meanwhile, Penny is knocked for a loop by the extent of his psychic powers, and Alice leaves no stone unturned in her search for her brother.
SEASON 5B PREMIERE, 10pm, Syfy
The homestretch of the final season gets underway with Bo and her allies hurrying to put the kibosh on a potentially cataclysmic ancient evil in “44 Minutes to Save the World.”
No Más Bebés recalls the plight of Mexican immigrant women who were coercively sterilized while giving birth at L.A. County-USC Medical Center during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The film includes interviews with the victims and witnesses, and examines the ongoing impact of their story and their 1975 civil rights lawsuit.
– Drew Brees, George Miller, and Fahim Anwar on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Gad Elmaleh on The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– John Travolta & Courtney B. Vance, author Amy Cuddy, and John Moreland on Late Show with Stephen Colbert, 11:35pm, CBS
– Kate Winslet, Richard Dreyfuss, and Old Dominion on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Nathan Fillion, Randall Park, and Cirque Kurios on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS