On TV this Monday: Hart of Dixie and Beauty and the Beast return to the CW, soaps siren Nadia Bjorlin gets catty on 2 Broke Girls and The Blacklist cracks the code. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Hart of Dixie (CW) | Season 3 premiere: After spending the summer in New York City, Zoe is ready to make her move more permanent. Meanwhile, Dexter’s Josh Cooke begins a recurring run as another New Yorker who relocates to Bluebell. (Get scoop from Bluebell’s Golden Boy.)
8 pm Dancing With the Stars (ABC) | Sibling rivalry alert: Two-time champion Julianne Hough will guest-judge the remaining dancers, including big bro Derek.
9 pm Sleepy Hollow (Fox) | While on the hunt for her estranged sister, Abbie and Ichabod discover more about the evil they are facing — including its name. (Psst, did you hear about Season 2?)
9 pm 2 Broke Girls (CBS) | Days of Our Lives’ Nadia Bjorlin guest-stars as a model looking for her lost cat –and Max and Caroline know juuuust where it is. (We Are Men, by the bye, has a dog-centric storyline at 8pm. Is it me, or is CBS a bit animal-friendly tonight?)
9 pm Beauty and the Beast (CW) | (New time slot!) Season 2 premiere: Months after Vincent was taken, Catherine is reunited with him… but not in the way she planned. (Read our in-depth preview.)
9 pm Valentine Road (HBO) | This gripping documentary chronicles the tragic murder of 15-year-old Lawrence “Larry” King, who had just begun exploring his gender identity before his death in 2008.
9:30 pm Mom (CBS) | Justin Long (New Girl) guest-stars as a recent divorcé who woos Christy.
10 pm The Blacklist (NBC) | Arrow’s Chin Han guest-stars as a high-ranking Chinese spy, who Red claims has hired him to help decode a classified CIA transmission. Meanwhile, Liz continues to be way too trusting of all the men in her life. (But did you hear the good news?)
10 pm Hostages (CBS) | Ellen is busy, busy, busy — boldly gaining intel on Duncan’s family while also having to convince President Kincaid not to drop her as his surgeon.
10 pm Dream School (Sundance Channel) | Series premiere: Food Revolution’s Jamie Oliver and rapper 50 Cent produce this six-part series, which gives 15 troubled students the chance to overcome their failures alongside mentors like CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien and musician Swizz Beatz.
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