Kevin Can Wait / 8:00pm (13) Harry Connick Jr. guest stars as himself in the new episode “Kenny Can Wait,” as he and Kevin (Kevin James) become friends. The problem is that Kevin wants to impress the singer, actor and talk-show host, and he keeps going all-out to try to do it ... eventually getting himself caught in a lie that could end the alliance soon after it’s started. Erinn Hayes, Taylor Spreitler and Ryan Cartwright also star.
Street Outlaws / 9:00pm (Discovery) 11:01pm (Discovery) In the aftermath of a recent race against Richard Rawlings and the crew for “Fast n’ Loud,” Big Chief returns to Oklahoma City to reassert his dominance as a new season of this show opens. The game changes somewhat this season as Pro Mods — cars that have been modified expressly for track use — no longer are allowed. That forces some of the experienced drivers such as Big Chief to find a new car and start from the bottom to climb back into Oklahoma City’s top 10 list of street racers.
2 Broke Girls / 9:30pm (13) The movie based on Caroline’s (Beth Behrs) life becomes a story factor again in the new episode “And the Rock Me on the Dais.” The film is about to open and she takes part in a press event to promote it, but she’s thrown when ex-boyfriend Candy Andy (guest star Ryan Hansen) turns up. Her current beau, Bobby (guest star Christopher Gorham), worries about the other fellow’s presence. Kat Dennings, Matthew Moy and Jennifer Coolidge also star.
Better Call Saul / 10:00pm (AMC) 12:10am (AMC) 1:20am (AMC) 3:30am (AMC) Much as “Breaking Bad” was about a high-school teacher who transformed himself from Mr. Chips into Scarface, this prequel continues its chronicle of how basically nice-guy small-time lawyer Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) devolves into the soulless and corrupt “Bad” attorney Saul Goodman, who takes on Walter White as a client. Tonight’s Season 3 premiere picks up as Chuck’s (Michael McKean) scheme to sabotage his brother makes it tough for Jimmy and Kim (Rhea Seahorn) to get their law practice off the ground.
NHL Hockey / 11:30am (SportsNET) Florida Panthers at Washington Capitals. From Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. English Premier League Soccer / 3:00pm (NBCSP) Crystal Palace FC vs Arsenal FC. Crystal Palace has won one top flight home fixture vs. Arsenal (D6-L9), 1-0 on Nov. 10, 1979. (N) MLB Baseball / 7:00pm (MASN) St. Louis Cardinals at Washington Nationals. From Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. (N) MLB Baseball / 8:00pm (ESPN) Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago Cubs. From Wrigley Field in Chicago. (N) NBA Basketball / 8:00pm (TNT) Washington Wizards at Detroit Pistons. From the Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Mich. (N) NBA Basketball / 10:30pm (TNT) Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Clippers. From Staples Center in Los Angeles. (N Subject to Blackout)
NEWS & TALK
Today’s Take / 9:00am (4) Rob Heaps, Marianne Rendon and Parker Young; Bobby Flay.
LIVE with Kelly / 9:00am (7) Vin Diesel (“The Fate of the Furious”); sports cars; guest co-host Morris Chestnut. Today / 10:00am (4) Egg decorating and baskets with Nacia Walsh. The Real / 2:00pm (20) Remedies to transition feet from cold weather to warm weather of spring. The Ellen DeGeneres Show / 3:00pm (4) Justin Theroux (“The Leftovers”); Erika Jayne and Gleb Savchenko (“Dancing With the Stars”). The Wendy Williams Show / 3:00pm (20) Music icon Ricky Martin tells about his Las Vegas residency at the Monte Carlo. The Daily Show With Trevor Noah /
11:00pm (Comedy Ch) A look back at correspondent Roy Wood Jr.’s coverage of Meals on Wheels and blackness at the Oscars. Adam Carolla and Friends Build Stuff Live / 11:00pm (Spike) Adam and country music star Trace Atkins make over the backyard on a budget in time for summer.
Kevin James stars in “Kevin Can Wait” Monday on CBS.