TV TOP picks
9 p.m. on (ATV) (ABC)
David Muir’s recurring “World News Tonight” segment “Made in America” is an unofficial inspiration for this episode, in which all of the products pitched are — you guessed it — generated in the United States. The young women behind a line of clothing for sorority recruiting try to broaden into bridal wear, and a New York native displays his unique apparatus for extracting coconut meat. Also, a Chattanooga man demonstrates how to put extra seats in a pickup truck.
9 p.m. on (NET)
The Toronto Blue Jays’ potentially treacherous journey through the American League Central culminates tonight in Kansas City, where Josh Donaldson and company begin a three-game series with the defending AL champion Royals. If the old adage that good pitching stops good hitting is true, then the Jays’ league-leading offense is in for a difficult time against a Royals staff that boasts a .235 BAA, tops in the junior circuit.
10 p.m. on (GLO), (CBS)
Disappearances are the squad’s concerns in “Ka Makuakane” (Hawaiian for “Family Man”). The daughter of a Navy SEAL apparently is abducted while her father is on a sensitive mission, while Danny (Scott Caan) tries to ransom his brother by getting the large sum his sibling owes. William Mapother — a “Lost” alum, as are series regulars Daniel Dae Kim and Jorge Garcia — and Natasha Henstridge (“Species”) guest star.
10 p.m. on (FOX)
Wanting to get back on the city’s police force, Gordon ( Ben McKenzie) sees an Arkham Asylum escapee (guest star Christopher Heyerdahl) as a means of doing that in “What the Little Bird Told Him.” The fugitive knows his way around all things electrical — so Gordon could be in for some shocks in several ways. Fish Mooney’s (Jada Pinkett Smith) steppedup efforts to topple Falcone (John Doman) from his underworld perch means trouble.
10 p.m. on (SPC)
The Killjoys really find their groove as a tight trio as they protect a group of beautiful Surrogates who are besieged in a badlands fortress in a new episode called “Vessel.” The mission involves a bullets-prayed ride to convey their cargo to safety, as well as a crash course in the ugly side of Qreshi politics. Aaron Ashmore, Hannah John-Kamen and Luke Macfarlane star.
Daniel Dae Kim