There is a lot of intriguing villainy happening this week, with Gotham in pursuit of the Red Hood gang, and a trio of Disney villains joining forces on Once Upon a Time. Plus, Sleepy Hollow's season finale looks immensely fun, and Agent Carter's enemies make their big move as the first season closes.
Gotham (8 PM, Fox)
So we've started the Joker saga, and this week, Bullock and Gordon are investigating the Red Hood gang. Very interesting.
Star Wars Rebels (8:30 PM, Disney XD)
The crew attacks an Imperial courier, hoping it will give them the information to rescue one of their own.
Scorpion (9 PM, CBS)
A tech billionaire hires the team to rescue his kidnapped daughter, sending them to Mexico.
Sleepy Hollow (9 PM, Fox)
Last week ended on a delicious twist. This week, the second season comes to a close with familiar faces perishing and a key relationship imploding. Abbie and Ichabod's roles have sort of reversed, and we're looking forward to seeing how that plays out. TV Guide has a clip from the finale, and even though the setting has radically changed, it feels like good old-fashioned Sleepy Hollow fun again.
Face Off (9 PM, Syfy)
This week, the challengers must come up with an insect queen and a companion character in a body-painting challenge.
Agent Carter (9 PM, ABC)
Peggy gets her first season finale and faces the full fury of Leviathan. Plus, Howard Stark returns.
Forever (10 PM, ABC)
Henry and Jo chase down the killer of a college student obsessed with the 1970s, sending them on a metaphorical trip back in time.
Person of Interest (10 PM, CBS)
Reese and Finch are out to protect a young grifter whose plan to rob a marijuana dispensery just went up in, ahem, smoke.
Arrow (8 PM, The CW)
Malcolm is captured by Ra's al Ghul, and Oliver considers saving him for Thea's sake. And Ray is obsessed with finishing his Atom suit, much to Felicity's chagrin.
The 100 (9 PM, The CW)
It sounds like Lexa and Clarke are going to have a heated dispute as Bellamy races against time under Mount Weather and Jaha and Murphy encounter a roadblock on their journey.
Cartoons (5 PM, Cartoon Network)
On The Amazing World of Gumball (5 PM), Gumball and Darwin interfere with the space-time continuum as they race to school. Uncle Grandpa (5:30 PM) neglects his garbage duties and has to save his pals from a pile of trash. Things get meta on Teen Titans Go! (6 PM) when the Titans decide they need to get serious after Young Justice takes out HIVE. Greg and Amethyst go to a garage sale on Steven Universe (6:30 PM) and are reunited with their favorite sitcom. After discovering a lost diary on Adventure Time (7 PM), Jake's son TV goes on an adventure to solve a mystery. On Regular Show (7:30 PM), Benson wants to feel better about himself.
Archer (10 PM, FX)
Lana introduces Archer to her parents — and he introduces them to high-speed chases.
Vikings (10 PM, History)
Lagertha and Athelstan help to set up the Viking settlement; a mysterious wanderer turns up.
12 Monkeys (9 PM, Syfy)
Take a break from binging on House of Cards to watch Cole, Cassandra and Aaron race to stop the virus from being deployed as a bio-weapon.
Helix (10 PM, Syfy)
As Peter gains a new cellmate, Michael takes extreme action when his followers begin to mutiny
The Good Witch (8 PM, Hallmark)
Hallmark's made-for-TV movie series becomes a TV show this week, with Catherine Bell starring as the magical Cassie Nightingale and Bailee Madison as her teenage daughter Grace. The pair are dealing with a new pair of neighbors, a father-son duo, with whom they don't quite see eye-to-eye.
Once Upon a Time (8 PM, ABC)
While the people of Storybrooke try to go about their lives in the show's return, the exiled Mr. Gold teams up with Ursula to get Cruella de Vil to join their cause.
The Walking Dead (9 PM, AMC)
Can our survivors go back to being the people they were before the walker outbreak begin? They have to face that question as they adjust to a new situation.