The CW drama is back for its final run in a new timeslot, ‘American Idol’ goes to Hollywood, and ‘The Plot Against America’ begins on HBO.

The CW drama is back for its final run in a new timeslot, ‘American Idol’ goes to Hollywood, and ‘The Plot Against America’ begins on HBO.

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Supernatural
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on The CW
Supernatural is back (on its new night) for its final run of episodes. Monday’s episode will see the boys work together with Jody Mills on a case before getting a visit from Billie in the bunker. Let’s hope she’s here to help. After all, the boys only have nine episodes to solve their biggest mystery yet: How do they kill God? —Samantha Highfill
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American Idol
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on ABC
Judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Luke Bryan are finished handing out the Golden Tickets, and now it’s time for the recipients of them to be put to the test during the nerve-wracking, pressure-filled, tear-inducing musical event known as Hollywood Week. The long-running singing competition is changing things up this year, splitting up the action into three challenges: genre, duet, and solo performances. In tonight’s genre challenge, contestants perform a song in the style of music they identify with most, all in the hopes it helps the judges (and viewers) better understand who they are as an artist. Who will stand out from the pack? “This business throws you curveballs,” Perry says in PEOPLE’s exclusive sneak peek above. In that case, game on. —Gerrad Hall
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The Plot Against America
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on HBO
Series Debut
Released in 2004, the late Philip Roth’s novel The Plot Against America imagines an alternate history where aviator-hero and xenophobic populist Charles Lindbergh became president in 1940 and turned the United States toward fascism. When first approached during the Obama presidency to adapt the material, The Wire creator David Simon struggled to find the relevancy. Unfortunately, he no longer feels that way. “The very guts of what Roth was writing about suddenly seemed conceivable,” Simon previously told EW. This “dry run of fascism” is told through the eyes of a working-class Jewish family in New Jersey. By “tapping into something very real,” star John Turturro, who plays a rabbi and surprising Lindbergh ally, hopes lessons can be learned from the six-part miniseries. “History always repeats itself,” says the actor. “This is interesting because it’s showing you the past with connections to the present — what could have been, and what could be.” —Derek Lawrence
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What ELSE to Watch
8 p.m.
The Voice — NBC
9-1-1 (midseason premiere) — Fox
The Neighborhood — CBS
Antiques Roadshow — PBS
8:30 p.m.
Bob Hearts Abishola — CBS
9 p.m.
Better Call Saul — AMC
Roswell, New Mexico (season premiere) — The CW
All Rise — CBS
Prodigal Son — Fox
Sex & Murder (series debut) — HLN
10 p.m.
Breeders — FX
Bull — CBS
Manifest — NBC
My Brilliant Friend (season premiere) — HBO
Torn From the Headlines: New York Post Reports (docuseries debut) — ID
11 p.m.
Briarpatch — USA
Streaming
Murdoch Mysteries — Acorn TV
*times are ET and subject to change

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