Night of Too Many Stars. Jon Stewart's annual benefit lives up to its title. Comedic heavy-hitters, such as Louis C.K., Amy Schumer, Steve Carell, Sarah Silverman and John Oliver, lend their skills to raise money for autism awareness. 8 p.m. Sunday on Comedy Central

Togetherness. The intimate, funny portrayal of the relationship dynamics between two couples ends its first season as Alex (Steve Zissis) finally receives some good career advice, while Brett (co-creator Mark Duplass) opens up to Michelle (Melanie Lynskey). 9:30 p.m. Sunday HBO

Bates Motel. The Norman Bates whom Psycho fans know and presumably shouldn't love (played in his younger iteration by Freddie Highmore) starts to rear his head in the third season of A&E's dark and twisty take on Hitchcock's classic as Bates can no longer be in denial of his more evil leanings. 9 p.m. Monday on A&E.

The Bachelor. The best game show on TV (Jeopardy! could use more bikini tractor races) ends, as farm boy Chris chooses a bride. Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.

Powers. PlayStation gets into streaming with an adaptation of the comic about detectives who investigate superheroes and villains, starring District 9's Sharlto Copley. Three episodes drop Tuesday, with additional episodes streaming on the PlayStation Network each Tuesday through April. Tuesday on the PlayStation Network.