On TV this Monday: Major Crimes gets backup from Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Willie Nelson gets (a different kind of) baked on Cake Boss, it’s a Happy New Year, Charlie Brown and things get fishy on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 am — 4 am Tuesday Being Human (Syfy) | Before Season 4 bows on Jan. 13, catch up with Season 3 in its entirety.
Noon — 3 am Breaking Bad (AMC) | Get comfortable on the very edge of your seat: The four-day marathon concludes with Season 5, Episode 3, through to the series finale.
6 pm— 11:30 pm Dads (FX) | If (for some reason) you need to play catch-up with the freshman series, revisit every episode to date before new installments start up on Jan. 7.
6 pm — 4 am Tuesday Storage Wars (A&E) | The perfect show to watch as you pack up all the Christmas gifts you won’t use.
8 pm Happy New Year, Charlie Brown (ABC) | While the Peanuts gang rings in the new year, Charlie Brown reads War and Peace. (You’re too mature for your age, Charlie Brown.)
8 pm Almost Human (Fox) | Repeat to Revisit: Didn’t catch the sci-fi pilot when it originally aired? Tune in to this encore presentation.
9 pm Major Crimes (TNT) | Rusty receives protection from Special Investigation Section supervisor Lt. Chuck Cooper, played by The Cosby Show’s Malcolm-Jamal Warner. (Get scoop on the Jan. 13 season finale.)
9 pm Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC) | The red-nosed reindeer sets out in a midnight fog to find Happy, the New Year baby.
9 pm Cake Boss (TLC) | Season 7 premiere: Buddy and his team bake a cake for country legend Willie Nelson’s 80th birthday.
10 pm Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (Food Network) | Season finale: Guy Fieri seeks out the best soup, salad and seafood in the country.
NEXT MONDAY: Almost Human, Castle and Teen Wolf return, The Bachelor premieres
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