Rising star

Seeso, NBC's ad-free streaming comedy service, believes strongly in Carmen Esposito, whose stand-up special, "Marriage Material," shows why she's the darling of the gay-and-lesbian club circuit — and beyond. In addition to the two-hour performance, directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, Esposito will star in a Seeso sitcom later this year.

Now streaming on Seeso.com

Catch up

Shonda Rhimes doesn't have a perfect track record ("Off the Map," anyone?), but don't bet against "The Catch," the latest from her production company, in which a private investigator (Mireille Enos, Emmy-nominated for her role in "The Killing") gets ripped off by her fiancé. That baddie is played by Minnesotan Peter Krause, who has a good record of his own, thanks to the success of "Six Feet Under" and "Parenthood."

9 p.m. KSTP, Ch. 5

Raising the bar

"Sisters in Law" follows the personal and professional trials of eight black attorneys in Houston trying to maintain their stellar reputations and friendships in a predominantly white, male profession. The WE network has also signed off on "Ladies of Law," a similarly themed docuseries, to premiere later this year.

9 p.m. WE

Neal Justin