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What to Watch Tonight: The Fall Finales of Gotham and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the Series Finale of Minority Report, and the Debut of Superstore

What to watch on Monday, November 30...

8pm & 9pm, ABC
It’s Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown! / A Charlie Brown Christmas
Kristen Bell hosts a retrospective commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Peanuts gang’s Yuletide special, with performances from Kristin Chenoweth, Sarah McLachlan, Boyz II Men,Pentatonix, and more. That’s followed by the annual airing of the special itself, accompanied by new animated vignettes based on previous Peanuts strips.

What’s this? Bruce Wayne—kidnapped? Gordon—joining forces with familiar foes to find him? Can a joint venture of the valiant and the villainous save the snatched scion from the city’s seediest scoundrels? Tune in to “Worse Than a Crime” to find out—same Bat Gotham-time, same Gotham-channel!

8pm, CBS
In a training exercise with Red Tornado, a cyborg commissioned by Gen. Sam Lane, a stressed-out Kara crosses the line. Elsewhere in “Red Faced,” a visit from Cat’s mother flaps the unflappable mogul, and Alex asks Winn to investigate her father’s mysterious death.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
“My Mom, Greg’s Mom and Josh’s Sweet Dance Moves!” welcomes Rebecca’s mother to West Covina for the holidays, and Rebecca just can’t help, er, fudging the truth a bit about her situation. (I’m sure that won’t lead to any mortifying calamities.) In other seasonal togetherness, Greg spends Christmas Eve with his own mother and realizes that he might be the troublesome one in his family.

Minority Report
“Everybody Runs” concludes the season (series?) with the precogs and Vega teaming up to stop Memento Mori from launching a chemical attack. Meanwhile, Blomfeld vows to get the precogs back in the milk bath, which is somehow not an Edwardian English euphemism.

9pm, TNT
Major Crimes
In “The Jumping Off Point,” the team investigates the murder of a young man who led a cushy lifestyle despite any apparent income. Off the beat, Flynn endures the irritating chipperness of his physical therapist.

The Great Holiday Baking Show
Bakers from across America vie to whip up the most scrumptious seasonal treats in this competition series, which opens with challenges involving cookies and gingerbread houses.

10pm, FX
As Hanzee seeks Peggy and Ed in “Loplop,” Dodd navigates uncertain terrain.

10pm, TNT
Martin helps a wanted Kate hide out in modern-day Paris, while Ilyana seeks a favor fraught with peril in 2001 Prague in “The Legend of Ilyana Zakayeva.”

SNEAK PREVIEW, 10pm & 10:30pm, NBC
America Ferrera and Ben Feldman star in this workplace comedy set at, you guessed it, a hardscrabble Southwestern dude ranch. (Okay fine, it’s set at a big-box retailer). The pilot finds new hire Jonah clashing with floor supervisor Amy. Then in “Magazine Profile,” Jonah catches the eye of a corporate publication reporter (Eliza Coupe). The series’ official premiere is scheduled for Monday, January 4, 2016.

– David Spade and Jenna Dewan Tatum on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Spike Lee on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, 11pm, Comedy Central
– TBD on The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– J.J. Abrams, P!nk, The Flaming Lips, and Mindi Abair on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– The cast of The Ridiculous 6 and a Music Mash-Up from Fall Out Boyz II Men on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Taye Diggs, Amy Landecker, and 5 Seconds of Summer on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS



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