What to watch on Monday, November 16...
8pm, Cartoon Network
Ooo’s resident royal red-eater takes center stage in the eight-part “Stakes” miniseries, kicking off today and continuing with new installments Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 8pm. “Part 1: Marceline The Vampire Queen” finds Finn and Jake on the trail of a sinister predator and Marceline asking a favor of Princess Bubblegum. Then in “Part 2: Everything Stays,” Marceline reminisces about her life.
The Danvers family Thanksgiving may be ruined when Kara suspects her visiting foster mother disapproves of her superheroics. Meanwhile in "Livewire," an accident transforms hotheaded CatCo employee Leslie Willis into the eponymous electrical evildoer, who targets Cat and Supergirl.
Everything’s going just ducky for Gordon and Barnes in their mission to clean up Gotham—at least until the former runs afoul of hitman Eduardo Flamingo (Raúl Castillo). Elsewhere in “A Bitter Pill to Swallow,” Nygma and Penguin have an encounter of their own, and Bruce presses Galavan to spill what he knows about his parents’ killer.
8pm, The CW
“My First Thanksgiving With Josh!” sees Rebecca joining the Chan family for Turkey Day, and the sparkling impression she makes on Josh’s parents distresses Valencia. In other parental affairs, Greg has difficulty caring for his father while trying to follow his ambitions.
DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE, 9pm, HBO
The Latin Explosion: A New America
This documentary examines the influence of Latin culture on American music and arts throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, featuring performance footage and reflections from Latino and Latina artists such as Gloria Estefan, José Feliciano, Eva Longoria, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, and many more. John Leguizamo narrates.
9pm, The CW
Jane the Virgin
At grad school Jane runs into an unsympathetic professor, while at home she fears that Mateo will become spoiled as heir to the Solano fortune. Elsewhere in “Chapter Twenty-Eight,” Rogelio sets about creating his own show, Petra gets a surprise about her pregnancy, and Michael goes rogue in his efforts to nab Sin Rostro.
The team is blackmailed into aiding the assassination of an arms dealer by breaking into the United Nations in “U.S. vs. U.N. vs. U.K.” In matters not violating international law (probably), Sylvester takes action to protect Megan’s wishes.
The team investigates a murder that occurred during the taping of a reality show, a case that dredges up painful memories for Sanchez. Meanwhile in “Reality Check,” Rusty meets Slider’s attorney.
India’s Daughter chronicles the vicious gang rape and murder of 23-year-old medical student Jyoti Singh in Delhi, a crime that sparked demonstrations throughout India and cast light on the hardships faced by women in the nation. The documentary includes interviews with Jyoti’s loved ones, victim’s rights activists, and the families and lawyers of the assailants.
Lou and Hank hope to forestall a fracas in “Rhinoceros,” while Peggy and Ed defend the decisions they’ve made and the Gerhardt family tries to recover one of their own.
The slaying of a slick con artist leads Castle and Beckett to investigate the hoiest of New York’s hoi polloi. Meanwhile in “The Last Seduction,” Castle has a surprise in store for Beckett to celebrate their one-year anniversary.
Martin races the clock to track down Kate in Paris in “The Legend of Curtis Ballard. In 2001 Prague, Dmitry learns a way of getting close to Dok Zakayev, and in 1991 Lithuania, Ballard’s life is changed.
An undercover assignment has Jane and Weller posing as an elite assassin couple in “Authentic Flirt." (It remains to be seen whether they’re also accompanied by an adorable assassin terrier.) Elsewhere, David tries to mend fences with Patterson, while Carter and Mayfair butt heads over how to handle someone dangerous.
NCIS: Los Angeles
The team searches for Jada, the woman Sam helped obtain asylum in the U.S., after she vanishes under suspicious circumstances in "The Long Goodbye." In other missions, Kensi goes undercover with DEA Agent Talia Del Campo, though he quickly suspects that it's not so much an undercover assignment as it is a costume party where she needed someone to be the back half of the horse.
– Aziz Ansari, Lizzy Caplan, and Billy Gibbons on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– David Holbrooke on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, 11pm, Comedy Central
– John Green on The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Cate Blanchett, Anthony Mackie, Tinashe, and John Pizzarelli on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Bill Maher, Shepard Fairey, and the Acro-Cats on Late Show with Stephen Colbert, 11:35pm, CBS
– Liam Hemsworth, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Jewel with Kool and the Gang on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Seth Rogen, Leslie Odom Jr., Travis Scott, and Emily Armstrong on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35am, NBC
– Natalie Dormer, Ty Burrell, and Jeezy on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS