What to watch on Monday, February 15...
SERIES PREMIERE, 12:01am Pacific, Hulu
James Franco stars in this eight-episode thriller about an English teacher who travels through time to foil the JFK assassination. (Not for the first time, the ghost of Chester A. Arthur James Garfield sighs, kicks a spectral can, and shuffles away.) J.J. Abrams produced the adaptation of Stephen King’s novel. (UPDATE: Always double-check your prolifically bearded 19th century presidents, kids.)
SERIES FINALE, 7pm, Disney XD
The hour-long “Weirdmaggedon 3: Take Back the Falls” caps the series with a final showdown between the Pines family and Bill Cipher.
The 58th Annual Grammy Awards
LL Cool J hosts the festivities from L.A.’s Staples Center. Scheduled performances include a number from the Broadway cast of Hamilton and Lady Gaga’s tribute to David Bowie, along with ditties from Adele, Kendrick Lamar,The Weeknd, and many more.
8pm, The CW
Mortal Kombat X: Machinima’s Chasing the Cup
A behind-the-scenes look at the Mortal Kombat X Pro League, as five of the world’s highest ranked kompetitors pursue the krown.
A gallery displaying controversial artwork is bombed in “Babylon.” While Mulder and Scully try to communicate with the comatose culprit and forestall a future attack, a pair of younger feds (Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose) challenge the veterans’ views.
Callie and Jude seek the help of foster care advocate Justina after they learn that Jack is being abused in his group home. Elsewhere in “Under Water,” Jesus tries to get to know Gabe better, while Nick surprises Marina by asking her out.
Dina’s feelings for Jonah come to the forefront in “Demotion,” but his attempts to let her down gently have unforeseen consequences at the store. Among them: Amy and Mateo contend for a newly open supervisor position.
Xavi seeks Ana’s relationship counsel now that he has a serious girlfriend—and she promptly sets about polishing all the flaws that irritated her when they were married. Meanwhile in “Caught in the Act,” the show’s pregnancy plotline awakens Rodrigo’s own parental instincts.
“N.S.A. (No Snoops Allowed)" sends Steve to work with Stan, where the younger Smith discovers the National Security Agency. Back home, Hayley takes a cheat day on her vegetarianism and tries a taste of meat.
SEASON 4B PREMIERE, 9pm, TNT
“Hindsight, Part 1” kicks off a five-episode story arc with the murder of a woman and her young son while driving through gang-controlled territory. The case is further complicated when the gun that killed them is linked to even more unsolved homicides. Meanwhile, Amy Sykes strikes a tenuous alliance with a disgraced former detective.
Various distractions bedevil the Brakebillsians’ minds in “Mendings, Major and Minor,” even though they should be sharpening their skills for the Welter’s Tournament. If that logline sounds overly scolding, well, I guess some of us just take magic-tournamenting more seriously than others.
Lucifer and Chloe search for a missing girl, even as he resolves to seduce Chloe in order to get over his crush on her. Meanwhile in “Manly Whatnots,” Amenadiel brings his concerns about the Fallen One to Maze.
“The Thumb Affair” sends Tribeca and Geils into the seedy world of art thievery. Can Tribeca overcome her personal demons and recover the pilfered piece?
Springtime Meadows temporarily houses residents of a tonier rehab facility, one of whom (Mischa Barton) strikes up a friendship with Vern. Elsewhere in “Parties Without Borders,” Maddie must resist temptation when she attends a shindig that escalates into a hootenanny.
SEASON 2 PREMIERE, 10pm, AMC
Better Call Saul
Jimmy and Kim’s relationship steers into uncharted territory while Mike cuts ties with a loose cannon as “Switch” starts the sophomore season.
Tamsin grapples with past regrets while undertaking a dangerous mission in “Sweet Valkyrie High.” Lauren’s stresses are much more of the here-and-now, as she must share bad news with a friend.
The murder of a Russian diplomat’s son draws Castle and Beckett into a morass of international intrigue in “Dead Red.” In the process Castle is assigned to keep a spirited Russian security officer occupied, but there’s only so many times they can duet on Billy Joel’s “Leningrad” at the local piano bar.
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
In Jordan, Samantha speaks with Syrian refugees and U.S. State Department officials about the process of vetting refugees seeking to enter the United States.
SEASON 3 PREMIERE, 11pm, Syfy
“Family of Sorts” begins the final season with Jeremy on a mission to shore up his power. To that end, he dispatches Elena, Clay, and Nick to recruit all North American Mutts into the pack. They’ve prepared a very persuasive PowerPoint!
– From Los Angeles, Will Ferrell, Christina Aguilera, and 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne present Collegrove on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Craig Ferguson, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), and World Darts Champion Scott Waites on Late Show with Stephen Colbert, 11:35pm, CBS
– David Spade, Derek Hough, and Mashup Monday featuring Panic! At the Disco and SisQó onJimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Jason Sudeikis, Kelly Rohrbach, and Matthew Heineman on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35am, NBC
– Chelsea Handler and Jason Schwartzman on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS