On TV this Monday: Hart of Dixie’s winter finale brings a cool surprise, Top Gear speeds into Season 21, a Teen Wolf-er goes MIA and Valentine’s Day poses problems for Beauty and the Beast. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Hart of Dixie (The CW) | Winter finale: Zoe reluctantly allows Joel to throw her a birthday party, but things go awry when her mom surprises her with a visit. (Season resumes Friday, March 21.)
8 pm Switched at Birth (ABC Family) | Kathryn gets a second chance at being an author, while Bay worries that Tank may have a crush on her. (Hey, give the slightly obnoxious frat guy a chance!)
8 pm Almost Human (Fox) | When Kennex and Dorian investigate the deaths of two genetically enhanced children, the case takes an unexpected turn.
8:30 pm Top Gear (BBC America) | Season 21 premiere: The hosts attempt to prove that the hot hatchbacks of their youth were better than their modern equivalents; Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey) is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
9 pm Beauty and the Beast (The CW) | In an effort to track down Sam’s captor, Vincent and Cat have to work together on Valentine’s Day… and we can all imagine how that will go. (Watch a sneak peek.)
9 pm Being Human (Syfy) | Aidan tries to forget a recent loss; Josh and Nora throw a baby shower.
9 pm Questioning Darwin (HBO) | If you’re in the mood for a 150-year-old debate, this hour-long documentary examines Christians who favor creationism over Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
9 pm The Fosters (ABC Family) | A family gathering brings Callie back into the Fosters’ home for the first time since she ran away.
10 pm Teen Wolf (MTV) | Scott and the others set off on a search when Stiles goes missing. (That guy really can’t catch a break, huh?)
10 pm Intelligence (CBS) | Gabriel and the Cybercom team head to Texas to contain an outbreak of a deadly, rapidly spreading virus.
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