What to Watch Tonight: NBC Starts Believe-ing, Bones Returns to Mondays, and The Bachelor's Juan Pablo (Presumably) Chooses a Bride

By Andy Daglas

Mar 10, 2014


What to watch on Monday, March 10...


7pm, Cartoon Network
Adventure Time
“Lemonhope, Parts 1 and 2” sends the citrusy lad on a grand adventure, setting aside responsible life in the Candy Kingdom for a quest filled with mystery, monster hunters, and message board fanatics demanding to know if he’s the real Yellow King.


NEW TIME PERIOD, 8pm, Fox
Bones
Agent Beck (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) returns to help the Jeffersonian team settle back into their old Monday-night digs in “The Source in the Sludge.” The case waiting for them involves a dead CIA informant, an Afghan terrorist, and the disappearance of some really nice drapes that Almost Human must’ve taken down while it was living here and now are nowhere to be found, thanks a bunch Almost Human.


8pm, ABC Family
Switched at Birth
Daphne assists Angelo at the clinic fundraiser, but the dueling affections of Jorge and Campbell prove distracting. Meanwhile in “The Past (Forgotten-Swallowed),” MaryBeth has googly eyes for Tank, Toby tutors Sharee, and the Kennishes host one of John’s old MLB buddies.


SEASON 18 FINALE 8pm, ABC
The Bachelor
Juan Pablo (supposedly) selects the lucky—wait, are we sure that’s the right word here? No, I know, I’m sure someone approved that, it’s just… Yeah, fine, whatever you say—the lucky (apparently) lady who will be his bride. Following the two-hour finale, stick around for a recap the season and the introduction of your next Bachelorette in After the Final Rose.


8pm, CBS
How I Met Your Mother
Marshall, Ted, and Barney put their heads together to locate Lily in “Daisy.” Seems like the smart plan would be to track down Linus and follow him straight to her, no?


9pm, CBS
Mike & Molly
In “Rich Man, Poor Girl,” the family has high hopes for Victoria’s latest squeeze. Still, the couple's ultimate fate remains in the hands of whomever controls the show’s recurring actor budget.


9pm, TNT
Dallas
Bobby and John Ross vie for funding with an Arctic lease auction up for grabs in “Playing Chicken,” which may or may not be a crossover with whatever the heck is happening on Helix. In steamier dealings, sparks fly between Nicolas and Elena while Emma throws sand in the gears of John Ross and Pamela’s wedding.


9pm, Syfy
Being Human
“Too Far, Fast Forward!” finds Sally mucking about the timestream to try and put everything back the way she found it. But doing so may require the aid of an old adversary.


9pm, ABC Family
The Fosters
Callie’s feeling ambivalent after reconnecting with her father, and even more concerned about Jude’s reaction to same. Elsewhere in “Don’t Let Go,” life sans meds proves challenging for Jesus, Lena and Stef consult a trusted friend for advice, and Zac’s mom surprises Mariana with an invitation.


9pm, Fox
The Following
Ryan tracks down Joe’s murder-mentor in “The Messenger,” because everybody loves a good old-fashioned supervillain origin story. As for Dr. Murder-puss, he’s busy acclimating to the compound and conjuring his next evil scheme.


9pm, A&E
Bates Motel
Norma helps her son take his mind off Miss Watson in “Shadow of a Doubt,” which offers a prime product placement opportunity for Candy Crush. Meanwhile, Bradley is stuck in a dangerous jam and a new worker triggers Dylan and Remo’s Spidey-senses.


SERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, NBC
Believe
A young girl with superpowers and an unjustly jailed Death Row convict join forces in this heartwarming buddy comedy from executive producers J.J. Abrams and Alfonso Cuarón. In the Cuarón-directed pilot, magical lass Bo and hardened inmate Tate set off on their mission, encountering and/or avoiding the likes of Delroy Lindo, Kyle MacLachlan, and Jamie Chung along the way. The series moves to its regular time period on Sunday, March 16 at 9pm.


10pm, FX
Archer
Archer gets mixed up with lots of shady characters and lots of dirty deals when a mission takes him to Colombia in “Archer Vice: Smugglers’ Blues.” Astonishingly, everything does not go according to plan.


10pm, MTV
Teen Wolf
Nogitsune-brand Stiles continues to stir the pot in “De-Void,” forcing a confrontation between Sheriff Stilinski and Argent. Elsewhere, Scott and Lydia team up.


10pm, Syfy
Lost Girl
Bo is after answers in “Destiny’s Child,” even if that means teaming up with a Crow, squaring off against a Leviathan, or checking Wikipedia to find out what happened when this episode aired in Canada two months ago.


10:30pm, Cartoon Network
Rick and Morty
“Raising Gazorpazorp” examines a challenge all of us have faced at one point or another in our lives, namely, that of raising a (the?) (someone/something named?) Gazorpazorp.


LATE-NITE:
– The cast of Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club and Sevyn Streeter on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings
– Kevin Nealon, Ansel Elgort, and Warpaint on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Minnie Driver on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Author Paul Taylor on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Neil deGrasse Tyson on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Kristen Bell, Steve Harvey, Demi Lovato, and Bobby McFerrin on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Little Mix on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– From South by Southwest, Seth Rogen, Snoop Dogg, and White Denim on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Andy Samberg, Busy Philipps, and Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC
– Emily Mortimer, Darrin Rose, and The Alternate Routes on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS


WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?

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