Monday TV: Hart of Dixie, Being Human, Castle & More

News & Notes

Get Castle Episode via Amazon Instant VideoOn cable tonight, Bravo has the third season premiere of Bethenny Ever After, E! has an E! Hollywood Story: Lindsay Lohan special, and VH1 has the fourth season premiere Basketball Wives.

Note: RSS/email subscribers will find links to the Printable Schedules have been updated for Spring TV 2012. Get a look at what new and returning shows are premiering over the next couple months.

Prime Picks

How I Met Your Mother (CBS): New. Ted tells Robin he still has feelings for her. Barney is searching for something personal of Lily and Marshall’s.
2 Broke Girls (CBS): New. Max and Caroline are pretending that the cupcakes they are serving at a bar mitzvah are kosher.

Being Human (Syfy): New. Aidan is being hounded by visions. Sally learns more than she cares to know after finding out her mother is dying. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “Addicted to Love,” replays right before.

Castle (ABC): New. Beckett and Castle try to fix things after messing things up a bit in hopes of averting a huge national security problem. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.

Solid Selections

House (FOX): New. The team is working on a relationship counselor that collapsed during a presentation. House and Dominika have to convince Immigration that they are a real married couple.

Hart of Dixie (The CW): New. Zoe couldn’t be happier when it snows in Bluebell. Lavon decides to have Didi meet his parents.

Smash (NBC): New. The lead for Joe DiMaggio is keeping secret. Karen is off to another state for a baby shower. Eileen is finding that her ex may have turned potential investors against her.

Other Options

  • Alcatraz (FOX): New. A killer with a background in chemistry is at the top of the team’s list. Madsen finds out more about her grandfather.
  • Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): New. Guy checks out some places with “Long Standing Legacies.” Two repeat episode replay right before and one after. All four play again later.
  • Gossip Girl (The CW): New. Dan thinks that having Upright Citizen’s Brigade performing content from his book is cool. Blair is trying to fix things with Serena. Ivy may be close to being found out soon.
  • Hawaii Five-0 (CBS): New. A war re-enactor is found dead is full costume.
  • The Lying Game (ABC Family): New. Ethan’s friends attempt to show that he is not guilty of the murder he has been arrested for. Plays again next week.
  • Lost Girl (Syfy): New. Lauren is helping a sick Aswang. Dyson and Kenzi bond further. Plays again later.
  • Pretty Littlle Liars (ABC Family): New. It looks like “A” is going after a new victim. Spencer’s family problems get worse. Plays again later. The previous nine episodes replay right before.
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS): New. A near death situation changes things for Walden and Zoey. Runs 31 minutes.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has women’s college basketball action with Notre Dame at Louisville, NBA action with the Atlanta Hawks at the Chicago Bulls and then doubleheader college basketball action with Connecticut at Villanova followed by Baylor at Texas.
  • ESPN2 has doubleheader women’s college basketball action with Ohio State at Penn State followed by Vanderbilt at Kentucky.
  • NBC Sports has NHL action.
  • TNT has doubleheader NBA action with the Boston Celtics at the Dallas Mavericks followed by the Portland Trail Blazers at the Los Angeles Lakers.

TV Marathons

ABC Family has 10 episodes of Pretty Little Liars.
BBC America has 17 episodes of Top Gear.
BET has 32 episodes of The Game.
Centric has 24 episodes of The Cosby Show followed by a Cosby Show 25th Anniversary Special.
Discovery Channel has 13 episodes of American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior.
Spike TV has all 10 episodes of Band of Brothers.
TNT has eight episodes of Supernatural.
Travel Channel has five episodes of Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern followed by five episodes of Bizarre Foods America.
USA Network has 15 episodes of NCIS.
WE tv has 10 episodes of The Golden Girls tonight.

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