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What to Watch on Monday: HBO doc looks at ‘Eloise’ illustrator

An illustration by Hilary Knight featured in the beloved “Eloise” children’s book series.
An illustration by Hilary Knight featured in the beloved “Eloise” children’s book series. Used by permission of Simon and Schuster, Inc./courtesy of HBO

It’s Me, Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise (9 p.m., HBO) - A charming documentary featuring illustrator Hilary Knight, who collaborated on the “Eloise” children’s books with author Kay Thompson. It features home movies and interviews with fans of his animation, including executive producers Lena Dunham, Mindy Kaling and Fran Lebowitz.

Also on tonight . . .

The Following (8 p.m., Fox) – Two back-to-back episodes tonight, starting with a tip that may scuttle the plan of Mark, Kyle and Daisy to go after Ryan. Later, with the team broken up, Ryan turns to a former enemy to help battle a greater foe.

The Fosters (8 p.m., ABC Family) – In the Season 2 finale, Callie meets her grandfather, which gives her a new perspective on Robert.

Scorpion (9 p.m., CBS) – Team Scorpion’s helicopter crashes while on a mission to save lost hikers, and the crash causes a fire that encircles them.

Bates Motel (9 p.m., A&E) - As Norman grows closer to Emma, he starts to grow apart from Norma. Meanwhile, Norma is upset when Romero asks Norman some tough questions.

Little White Lie (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – An Independent Lens documentary in which filmmaker Lacey Schwartz shares her journey growing up in a Jewish household believing, as her parents told her, that her dark complexion came from a dark-skinned Sicilian grandfather. When she was 18, Then she learned that her biological father was not the dad who had raised her, but an African-American man with whom her mother had had an affair.

Castle (10 p.m., ABC) – A security-detail assignment goes badly for Ryan when shots are fired at a political candidate during a charity function. Castle and Beckett then help Ryan find the shooter.

The Late Late Show with James Corden (12:37 a.m., CBS) – British comic James Corden debuts his version of “The Late Late Show” and his guests this week will include Kevin Hart, Will Ferrell, Tom Hanks and Kerry Washington.

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