What to Watch on Monday: Raleigh’s Kat Robichaud on ‘The Voice,’ Moms Mabley doc on HBO

11/18/2013 6:00 AM

11/13/2013 6:16 PM

The Voice (8pm, NBC) - Raleigh’s Kat Robichaud has made it to the Top 10 and will perform again tonight. Last week, Kat was in the bottom three and was saved by her fans on Twitter.

How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - Robin is concerned about what’s on Barney’s mind after father arrives at the hotel, while Ted is up in arms when one of his wedding chores doesn’t go as planned and he believes he was sabotaged.

Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley (9pm, HBO) - A profile of Jackie “Moms” Mabley (1894-1975), a vaudeville star who was the first female comedian to play the Apollo Theater in Harlem and later performed on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” featuring archival photographs and performance footage as well as interviews with entertainers like Bill Cosby, Harry Belafonte and Joan Rivers. This is a directorial debut for Whoopi Goldberg.

Almost Human (8pm, Fox) - John and Dorian investigate a murder and missing persons case that introduces them to the lucrative trade of IRCs -- Intimate Robot Companions, otherwise known as sexbots. This new series debuted last night but settles into its regular Monday slot tonight.

Beauty and the Beast (9pm, CW) - Cat invites Vincent to Thanksgiving dinner in an attempt to identify his handler.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - Castle and Beckett investigate a homicide in which the victim strongly resembles Lanie, and soon the team believe that members of the 12th Precinct are the killer’s next targets.

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