“Chuck” (8 p.m., NBC). Chuck, Sarah and Casey head to Morocco to rescue an agent, played by John Larroquette. It’s been an uneven season, but the past few episodes have been very good. Now that we’ve had the mid-season climax, what’s next? Can “Chuck” carry its momentum? We shall see.
“The Chicago Code” (9 p.m., Fox). Series premiere. This new cop drama from Shawn Ryan (“The Shield”) is getting great buzz (here are reviews from Mo Ryan and Chuck Barney). Jason Clarke (“Brotherhood”) stars as a crusading cop out to clean up city corruption. Jennifer Beals is his boss, and Delray Lindo is the big bad guy. I feel like I’ve been spoiled by cop shows; after “The Shield” and “The Wire,” what can compete? But I’ll give this a try. From what I hear, it may be the best new series on any of the Big Four networks this year.
“How I Met Your Mother” (8 p.m., CBS). Zoe sets up Ted with her cousin, played by guest Katy Perry, but Ted realizes it’s Zoe who he’s attracted to. Too bad she’s married.
“Gossip Girl” (9 p.m., The CW). Blair needs Nate’s help at work, Chuck’s fling with his nemesis’ daughter proves challenging, and drug-dealer Damien sows havoc. And Florence and the Machine perform.
“The Bachelor” (8 p.m., ABC). Brad takes the girls to Costa Rica, and there’ll be plenty of excited squeals followed by the inevitable tears.
“Harry’s Law” (10 p.m., NBC). Something like 11 million people watched this last week. Seriously? That kinda boggles my mind. Then again, I watch “Gossip Girl,” so maybe I shouldn’t judge. (It’s so much fun though.)
“Reagan” (9 p.m., HBO). A new documentary that tries to weed out the fact from the fiction in the current mythology that conservatives have built up around Ronald Reagan. It might be well done, but I’ll always remember Reagan as the punchline to so many “Bloom County” jokes. I don’t need to spend two hours thinking about him. (To be fair, I wouldn’t bother watching a two-hour special on Bill Clinton either.)