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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.

SPORTS

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.

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