What to Watch Tonight: Archer, the March Madness Championship Game, and Being Human's Series Finale

By Andy Daglas

Apr 07, 2014

What to watch on Monday, April 7...

8pm, Fox
In “The High in the Low,” a medical marijuana dispensary may be involved in the death of a student who'd suffered from lupus. Well, that’s what the logline says—but everybody knows that on science-y Fox procedurals, it’s never lupus.

8pm, The CW
Roman welcomes Emery into the sector to ring in an Atrian holiday in “An Old Accustom’d Feast,” while Drake receives a more perilous invitation: to vacate the town and become the new undercover agent. Elsewhere, Julia rebuffs Eva’s offer and Grayson has a heart-to-heart with Emery.

SEASON 1 FINALE, 8pm, Syfy
“Ready” brings Elena back to the pack just in time for a crucial showdown against the Mutt army. Whoever wins, the town’s fire hydrants lose.

9pm, CBS
2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament Final
The No. 7-seeded Connecticut Huskies and the No. 8-seeded Kentucky Wildcats vie for the national championship at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

Being Human
As “There Goes the Neighborhood, Part III” brings the series to a climax, Aidan does battle with the house’s evil spirit while Sally takes drastic action to prevent her tragic vision from becoming a reality. In less cataclysmic developments, Josh and Nora contemplate their future as parents.

9pm, Fox
The Following
Joe has vengeance on his mind in “Betrayal,” and he’s thinking that this time, just for a change of pace, maybe he might try some murder? That is, assuming Mandy’s latest move doesn’t undermine his hastily slapped together meticulously constructed plan.

9pm, TNT
Determined to take the reins of Ewing Global, John Ross reaches out to an old business partner of J.R.’s in “Like a Bad Penny.” Elsewhere, Bobby and Ann try to spring Sue Ellen, Drew returns to Big D, and Emma discovers more of her family’s dirty laundry.

9pm, PBS
In Performance at the White House
Aretha Franklin, Janelle Monáe, Patti LaBelle, Melissa Etheridge, and Ariana Grande are among the chanteuses who take the stage in “Women of Soul,” taped in the East Room at 1600 Pennsylvania last month and hosted by President and Mrs. Obama.

SEASON 4 FINALE, 10pm, Syfy
Lost Girl
Nefarious forces threaten the world in “Dark Horse,” and Bo must make an agonizing choice in order to thwart them. Not, like, “which of her 17 Sunday-night shows to watch first” agonizing, but close.

10pm, PBS
Independent Lens
“Brothers Hypnotic” profiles the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, eight Chicago-based musician brothers who were inspired by their father, jazz trumpeter Phil Cohran.

10pm, A&E
Bates Motel
A skeleton in the closet endangers Norma and Norman’s relationship in “Plunge,” which could force one of them to give up access to the Netflix password they share. Elsewhere, Dylan and Emma are each thrown into risky situations.

10pm, FX
Archer’s clandestine affair with Calderón’s wife continues apace in “Archer Vice: Palace Intrigue: Part II,” which surely won’t cause trouble for anybody. In even healthier new relationships, Krieger and his clone brothers forge closer bonds.

– El DeBarge and DJ Shortee on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings
– Howie Mandel, Christina Hendricks, and James Smith on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Mindy Kaling on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Author Matt Taibbi on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Author Edward Frenkel on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Colin Firth, Chloë Grace Moretz, Nas featuring Q-Tip, and John Oates on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Johnny Depp, Jessica Paré, and Chuck E. Weiss on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Jeremy Piven, Mike Greenberg & Mike Golic, and New Politics on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC
– Cat Deeley and Gina Carano on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS


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