On TV this Monday: The Voice‘s battles begin, The Lying Game finishes its freshman run, a new Smash alliance forms, a Son of Anarchy visits Alcatraz and more. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm The Bachelor: The Women Tell All (ABC) | In the annual pre-finale showdown, the season’s dumpees get to confront Bachelor Ben and duke it out in front of a live audience.
8 pm The Voice (NBC) | Let the battle rounds begin! The new advisers join their respective teams: Jewel and Lionel Richie with Christina; Alanis Morissette and Robin Thicke with Adam; Babyface and Ne-Yo with Cee-Lo; and Kelly Clarkson and Miranda Lambert with Blake.
8 pm Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) | The Liars are on the quest for answers about Alison, and they might have received a big lead when someone from her past appears; Toby’s return to Rosewood brings a surprise reunion that ends dangerously.
8 pm Alcatraz (Fox) | Back-to-back episodes: In the first, two of Alcatraz’s most violent brothers find something amiss when they return to the island in the present day. In the second installment, Sons of Anarchy’s Theo Rossi guests as an ultra-violent man with a seriously dark side.
9 pm The Lying Game (ABC Family) | Season 1 finale: Alec and Rebecca’s unexpected engagement leads to a quickly-planned wedding, causing suspicions that something is awry; a shocking revelation leads to major repercussions in the Mercer household.
9 pm Being Human (Syfy) | Aidan struggles to get the Orphan Vampire problem under control; Josh’s sister tries to shake him from his post-Nora funk.
10 pm Smash (NBC) | Karen finds a new use for her acting talents at Dev’s high-powered government party; the drama between Michael and Julia heats up; Eileen and Ellis forge an alliance. (Check out video previews here and here.)
10 pm Lost Girl (Syfy) | The murder of a death row inmate leads Bo into a confrontation with a powerful new Fae adversary; The Ash forces Lauren to betray Bo and their relationship is severely damaged.
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