Gotham on Fox at 8:00pm ET.
Banksy Does New York on HBO at 9:00pm ET. A documentary about Banksy’s “residency” in New York City last October, that incorporates user-generated content found on YouTube, Instagram, and other social networking sites. That’s always a good sign.
Jane the Virgin on The CW at 9:00pm ET.
Fake Off on TruTV at 10:00pm ET. This week they’ll be attempting to recreate the moon landing. Incidentally, one of the more interesting videos I’ve ever seen on YouTube was this one where a filmmaker demonstrates that the camera technology needed to fake the moon landings did not exist in the late 1960’s.
State of Affairs on NBC at 10:00pm ET. Series premiere. This is the new drama starring Katherine Heigl as a CIA analyst whose dead fiance was the president’s son. Honestly, after reading the description I have to say the most ridiculous aspect of this show is the fact that Heigl’s character is named “Charleston Tucker.” Dear TV writers: If you want to call your female lead “Charlie” just name her “Charlotte” and drop in a line about how “Ugh, only my mom calls me Charlotte, I’m Charlie.” It works just as well as naming them after a prominent city in South Carolina, and won’t cause bored bloggers to go “Excuse me, try again?” when they read it. Also, anyone else notice that while names will gender jump from male to female, they never go the other way?
Genevieve Burgess kinda feels the same way about “Murph” in Interstellar. At least make it a middle name, you know?