What to Watch Tonight

Switched and Fosters Return, Louie's Finale and More

On TV this Monday: Switched at Birth and The Fosters both have a lot of explaining to do, Beauty‘s sister resurfaces, Louie has a big night out and Longmire gets judgmental. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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  • ABC Family
    Switched at Birth

    Season 3B premiere: Bay faces the consequences of her romantic encounter with Emmett, and Daphne risks her safety to find the person who vandalized her mom’s design studio.

  • The CW
    Whose Line Is It Anyway?

    Supernatural’s Misha Collins visits… and shows off his Russian dancing skills. (Who knew Castiel could bust a move?)

  • ABC Family
    The Fosters

    Season 2 premiere: Callie’s future with the Fosters hinges on the revelation that Donald is not her birth father, which threatens to separate her and Jude again.

  • Fox
    24: Live Another Day

    Jack and President Heller try to thwart Margot Al-Harazi’s drone attack plan, while Kate takes drastic measures to track down the Terrorist Mom.

  • The CW
    Beauty and the Beast

    Cat’s sister Heather (returning guest star Nicole Gale Anderson) drops by at the worst possible time: just as Gabe suspends Cat and Tess from the police force.

  • TNT
    Major Crimes

    When a man who proclaimed his innocence is found murdered shortly after leaving prison, the squad works hard to solve a 17-year-old case. Plus, Rusty confesses the reason behind his recent suspicious activity.

  • NBC
    American Ninja Warrior

    Former professional baseball player Rich Thompson and two Olympians are among the competitors facing off in Miami, Fla.

  • FX
    Louie

    First up, Louie and Pamela go on a date. And however that goes probably plays into the season finale at 10:30. (Not yet renewed.)

  • ABC
    Mistresses

    Joss is caught in the middle when Savi and Harry – who are still not talking to each other — clash over selling their home.

  • A&E
    Longmire

    Walt juggles a murder investigation with his duties as a fill-in judge for the Miss Cheyenne Pageant. (I bet I can guess which job he finds more fun!)