Supergirl (CBS, 8 p.m.) – In response to the terrorist attacks that happened in Paris over the weekend, CBS pulled their originally slated Supergirl episode – which centered on a series of bombings in National City – and instead, gave us an early Thanksgiving-themed show. Kara’s foster mom comes into town for the holiday and makes it clear she’s not a fan of her daughter’s new superhero identity.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW, 8 p.m.) – Rebecca spends Thanksgiving with her college boyfriend’s family – who end up loving her, much to his current girlfriend’s dismay.
Dancing with the Stars (ABC, 8 p.m.) – Someone gets the boot and the rest of couples perform trio dances and challenge each other to a dance off.
Gotham (Fox, 8 p.m.) – Bruce is one step closer to discovering who murdered his parents, and Gordon and Barnes run into a dangerous hit man while trying to clean up the streets of Gotham.
The Voice (NBC, 8 p.m.) – The remaining 12 artists duke it out. I’m rooting for at least one of them to get more screen time than their celebrity coaches.
WWE Monday Night Raw (USA, 8 p.m.) – The WWE Championship tournament is still going strong while Kane and The Undertaker continue their efforts to wage war on the Wyatts.
Jane the Virgin (CW, 9 p.m.) – Jane deals with her fears that Mateo might be too spoiled after beginning his estate planning with Rafael while her graduate professor refuses to give her a get-out-of-jail-free card just because she got knocked up.
Minority Report (Fox, 9 p.m.) – A vision leads Dash and Vega to the unwelcoming community of the city’s south side while Blake becomes even more suspicious of the crime-fighting duo.
Blindspot (NBC, 10 p.m.) – Jane and Weller pose as an assassin couple in order to protect some deadly info while Carter and Mayfair butt heads on how to deal with a new threat to the team.
Fargo (FX, 10 p.m.) — Ed is tonight’s most wanted man as Lou and Hank try to prevent the Gerhardts from exacting their revenge.
LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Liam Hemsworth on Kimmel; Cate Blanchett and Anthony Mackie on Fallon; Bill Maher on Colbert; Seth Rogen on Meyers; Natalie Dormer and Ty Burrell on Corden; and Aziz Ansari on Conan.