On TV this Monday: The Blacklist battles Berlin, Castle tuxes up, it’s lights out for Star-Crossed, Louie lends a hand and it’s Anarchy in The Writers’ Room. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Years of Living Dangerously (Showtime) | New time slot alert! The Newsroom’s Olivia Munn profiles Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington, and New York Times columnist Mark Bittman discusses man-made climate change with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
8:30 pm Friends With Better Lives (CBS) | Kate freaks out when she realizes she is dating a man with a daughter – until she finds out the daughter is old enough to date Will. (Which is wrong on so many levels.)
9 pm 24: Live Another Day (Fox) | Regular time slot premiere: A homegrown British terrorist (Game of Thrones’ Michelle Fairley) seeking to avenge her husband’s death proves she is willing to make any sacrifice for her mission.
9 pm The Dead Mothers’ Club (HBO) | Kleenex alert: This documentary highlights three young women — an artist, a new mother and a high school senior — who lost their mothers during childhood.
9 pm Warehouse 13 (Syfy) | Valda tries to move the warehouse to China and use Claudia’s comatose sister as a puppet caretaker.
10 pm The Blacklist (NBC) | Season finale: Liz uses her power to get Red out of custody, and the team tries to track down Berlin. (Already renewed.)
10 pm Castle (ABC) | Season finale: When a marriage license wrinkle threatens to ruin Castle and Beckett’s wedding (sigh), they are sent on a mission that includes a charming ne’er-do-well from Beckett’s past. Eddie McClintock (Warehouse 13) and Scottie Thompson (NCIS) guest-star. (Just renewed!)
10 pm Louie (FX) | Louie meets someone new. Louie helps a neighbor.
11 pm The Writers’ Room (SundanceTV) | New time slot alert! Writers and producers of Sons of Anarchy discuss the series, including why they chose to shatter our hearts in last season’s finale.
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