What to Watch Monday: Syfy Dramas Premiere, Birth and Fosters Return, Major Finale and More
On TV this Monday: Syfy unleashes its Fae, vampires, ghosts and werewolves, Major Crimes tees up a major courtroom clash, two ABC Family favorites return, FX debuts its Chozen one and more. Here are 10 shows to keep on your radar.
8 pm Lost Girl (Syfy) | Season 4 premiere: The lines between Dark and Light Fae are blurred when Bo returns; the gang works on a case involving stolen memories.
8 pm How I Met Your Mother (CBS) | Marshall tries to deliver the mother of all slaps to Barney.
9 pm Being Human (Syfy) | Season 4 premiere: Oh-howl-nah. Aiden and Nora struggle to help Josh, who is stuck in his wolf form; Sally puts her new magic powers to use.
9 pm The Fosters (ABC Family) | Season 1B premiere: The Foster family is left to deal after Callie runs away; Mariana learns more about Lexi’s upcoming trip to Honduras. (Watch an exclusive clip.)
9 pm Major Crimes (TNT) | Season 2 finale: Raydor & Co. butt heads with Stroh’s tough-as-nails attorney (Jeri Ryan, Body of Proof) as they struggle to track the killer targeting ready-to-testify Rusty. (See photos.)
9 pm Sleepy Hollow (Fox) | When Capt. Irving’s daughter becomes the target of evil forces, he makes a desperate plea to Crane and Mills for help; a frightening chapter of Jenny’s past is revealed. (Get scoop from series co-creator Roberto Orci.)
10 pm Intelligence (CBS) | Regular time slot premiere: As CyberCom investigates a suicide bombing at a U.S. Marine base, Riley (Meghan Ory) takes matters into her own hands when Gabriel (Josh Holloway) can’t complete a task. (Better call the Nerd Herd for tech support.)
10 pm The Blacklist (NBC) | As Red conducts his own investigation into who betrayed him, a serial killer from Liz’s past, played by guest star Frank Whaley (Pulp Fiction), strikes again.
10 pm Archer (FX) | Season 5 premiere: Death comes a’ knocking for one member of the ISIS crew, resulting in a new level of cray-cray.
10:30 pm Chozen (FX) | Series premiere: In this animated comedy, the titular gay white rapper (voiced by Saturday Night Live‘s Bobby Moynihan) hopes to make his mark on the world after being released from prison. Read preview (and some SNL secrets) from Moynihan.
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