Better Call Saul (AMC, 10:00 p.m.) – After finding out that his brother Chuck has basically been screwing him over for the last few years, Jimmy deals with the betrayal while trying to decide how he should handle the massive fraud case he’s uncovered during his recent trips to the nursing home. (Side note: Who knew elder law could be so interesting?) We’ve also been promised epic monologues and a parking booth reunion in tonight’s season finale.
NCAA Basketball Championship: Wisconsin vs. Duke (CBS, 9:00 p.m.) – A basketball game is on. Apparently, it’s an important one. Also, I’m pretty sure I know who every Kentucky fan in the nation will be rooting for tonight.
The Originals (CW, 8:00 p.m.) – Now that the true owner of Rebekah’s body is staking her claim, her siblings are forced to work together to save her. Meanwhile, Hayley and Elijah discover just how evil the real Eva is and Marcel is surprised to find out that asking the witch’s husband to help take her down doesn’t go over well.
WWE Monday Night Raw (USA, 8:00 p.m.) – Brock Lesnar went completely apesh*t on everyone last week. Safe to say, we won’t be seeing him this week, but that doesn’t mean Seth Rollins is in the clear. Plenty of people are gunning for the World Heavyweight Champion. Oh, and John Cena basically just started World War III with Russia, so there’s that.
Bates Motel (A&E, 9:00 p.m.) – After a bit of a hiccup, Nomero is going strong. Norma turns to Romero for advice and I’m assuming it has something to do with that pesky flash drive and its obvious blackmail potential on one Bob Paris. While Norma gets comfortable in her new position of power, Norman and Dylan deal with their own mama drama.
Jane the Virgin (CW, 9:00 p.m.) – Hallucinations of her future bratty children and babysitting crying babies push Jane over the edge, which is surprising considering I would’ve lost it during the first OB-GYN appointment when the gyno told me she had artificially inseminated me with my ex boyfriend’s baby by accident.
The Following (Fox, 9:00 p.m.) – Thank God for Michael Ealy and his ability to play one of the creepiest serial killers to ever grace this show. Things get even crazier tonight as Max’s first day back on the job doesn’t end too well and Joe Carroll’s execution date nears.
The Returned (A&E, 10:00 p.m.) – When you have suspicions that your entire town may in fact be the spawn of Satan, maybe it’s time to move. While Helen’s paranoia kicks into full gear, Nikki and Julie search for the recently disappeared Victor and Tony makes a confession.
LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Michael Douglas, Kat Dennings and St. Vincent on Fallon; Jordana Brewster, Dave Grohl and Rainn Wilson on Corden; Kit Harington and Ad-Rock on Meyers; and Billy Gardell on Conan. Letterman and Kimmel are repeats.