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What to Watch on Monday: Some TV seasons end and '90210' says goodbye

How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - The Season 8 finale, set just before Robin and Barney's wedding, has Ted taking Lily to see the house he's been fixing up, and Robin and Barney having their night of relaxation interrupted by an obnoxious couple.

90210 (8pm, CW) - The series ends with cast and producers reflecting on the show's memorable moments. Then, the gang (right) come together after a traumatic event strengthens their relationships.

2 Broke Girls (9pm, CBS) - Season 2 ends with Max and Caroline offering to deep-clean a previously hidden part of the diner and discovering something that could revive their cupcake business.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - In the Season 5 finale, Beckett interviews with a federal agency, prompting her to reexamine her personal and professional lives. Meanwhile, the team investigate the death of a young woman who was found floating inside of a water tank in a flop house.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Dylan and Bradley connect, and Emma goes on a trip.

Rectify (10pm, Sundance) - Daniel begins to lose his grip on reality as he struggles to adjust to life on the outside. Meanwhile, Ted Jr. starts to question Daniel's innocence.

Revolution (10pm, NBC) - Romance heats up between Miles and Nora, and Charlie and Jason. Also, the militia launches drone strikes, Monroe faces an assassination attempt, and President Foster considers surrender.

What to Watch on Monday: A drone strike on 'Castle'

How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - Years ago in Central Park, Robin buried a "something old" for her wedding, but now she can't find it.

Rihanna 777 (8pm, Fox) - Pop singer Rihanna invites fans and photographers along for the ride on her November 2012 tour that flew to seven countries for seven concerts.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - A whistle-blower is killed and the crime scene gets sealed by Homeland Security. As Castle and Beckett continue to pursue the case, they learn that the cause of death was not a car bomb but a missile from a military drone.

Dear Mom, Love Cher (10pm, Lifetime) - The life of Cher's mother, Georgia Holt, is explored, from her humble roots in Arkansas to her triumphs and disappointments as a singer and actress in Hollywood.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Norma encounters a mysterious stranger and Bradley becomes annoyed with rumors at school.

Hawaii Five-0 (10pm, CBS) - The body of a girl who was kidnapped 10 years ago is found and Five-0 searches for the culprits, who have now taken their next victim.

Revolution (10pm, NBC) - Miles and Neville find themselves on the same side of a cause, and Rachel and Aaron are captured by militia forces.

What to Watch on Monday: No letup on craziness as 'The Following' season ends

Rectify (9pm, Sundance) - Daniel gets reacquainted with the town, but Amantha fears for his safety and Ted Jr. worries about the family business. Another new episode airing at 10 has Daniel stressing over recent events and the town growing more angry over his presence.

2 Broke Girls (9pm, CBS) - A popular TV show shoots a scene at the diner and the director offers Caroline a role. Unfortunately, it comes with strings attached.

The Following (9pm, Fox) - In the Season 1 finale, Ryan (Kevin Bacon, left) tries to stop Joe before it's too late, and Joe takes Claire to a special location.

The Big C: Hereafter (10pm, Showtime) - In the Season 4 premiere, Adam is turning 16 and Cathy plans to throw him a party, despite his objections, while Paul gets help on his motivational speaking campaign from a new assistant.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Norma receives her first guest at the Bates Motel. And -- hold on, this will shock you -- Norman struggles to understand women.

Revolution (10pm, NBC) - An old flame of both Miles and Monroe reenters their ives, and Aaron's life turns upside down while accompanying Rachel on her trek to the Tower.

Warehouse 13 (10pm, Syfy) - The entire planet is in danger from the sweating sickness released by Artie, who lies close to death after being stabbed by Claudia.

What to Watch on Monday: Starting over with 'Rectify' on Sundance

Bones (8pm, Fox) - The death of a journalist at a biohazard facility sparks fear of a viral outbreak, but the search for the cure intensifies when a Jeffersonian intern is infected with the same mutated virus that killed the reporter.

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta (8pm, VH1) - Season 2 opens with Mimi celebrating a new beginning, but questions remain about her feelings for Stevie J.

Rectify (9pm, Sundance) - The two-hour series premiere of a drama about a man released from Death Row after 19 years in prison. Daniel Holden's conviction for the rape and murder of his girlfriend is vacated due to new DNA evidence, and he must return to a world he no longer knows, while his homecoming reignites the fears of a small town. Check out what Adrienne thought.

Defiance (9pm, Syfy) - A killer is pursued. At the same time, Nolan and Datak come to blows over an ancient ritual.

Lost Girl (10pm, Syfy) - In the third season finale, Bo takes on an army to rescue two people who are dear to her, but while she's off playing hero, those she left behind suddenly find themselves in danger. Also, Kenzi has an epiphany about Hale, and a clue to Bo's past is revealed to Dyson.

The Numbers Game (10pm, National Geographic Channel) - Statistics and science regarding death are explored in the premiere of this new series examining the numbers behind major life topics.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Dylan gets his own place and asks Norman to leave their mother and move in with him.

An Apology to Elephants (10pm, HBO) - A 45-minute documentary exploring centuries of abuse, exploitation, neglect and murder of elephants by humans, and what conservationists, zookeepers and activists are doing to reverse the trends. Narrated by Lily Tomlin.

What to Watch on Monday: A 'Dallas' finale and a 'Defiance' debut

Bones (8pm, Fox) - The murder of a stockbroker who moonlighted as a male stripper is investigated. Meanwhile, Booth's mother, whom he hasn't seen in 24 years, shows up out of the blue with a special request.

Defiance (9pm, Syfy) - The arrival of the mysterious Nolan (Grant Bowler) and his charge Irisa to the town of Defiance marks a threat to the fragile peace that exists between the residents in the pilot of a this new futuristic Syfy drama, which is set in the year 2046 -- more than 30 years following a war between humans and aliens that left the Earth changed forever. Adrienne has a review.

Dallas (9pm, TNT) - The two-part season finale has the Ewing clan banding together to carry out J.R.'s master plan, while revelations about J.R.'s killer lead to new battles and new alliances.

Mike & Molly (9:30pm, CBS) - Mike's special birthday wish is for his wife and his mother to get along, but trying to plan the party leads to more conflict than ever between the two.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - Giant footprints are discovered at a violent murder scene, leading some to believe Bigfoot is the culprit. The ensuing investigation then leads Castle and Beckett into a world of primate research, big-game hunting and myths.

Revolution (10pm, NBC) - Monroe's overcome with paranoia when Neville disappears, and Rachel sets off on a quest to infiltrate the Tower.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Norman and Emma find clues that lead to a major discovery, while Norman also pursues Bradley. Meanwhile, Norma sits in jail.

What to Watch on Saturday: 'Doctor Who,' Lifetime 'Stalkers' and betting on babies

Bates Motel (8pm, A&E) - If you haven't watched the new A&E series that serves as a sort of modern-day prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," there's a marathon of the four episodes that have aired starting tonight at 8 (and it seems to start over at midnight). I like it a lot. New episodes air on Monday nights at 10.

Stalkers (8pm, Lifetime) - In this new Lifetime movie, a volatile cop with a troubled past teams up with a polished DA to capture a stalker who is obsessed with a former lover. Adrienne reviews.

Doctor Who (8pm, BBC America) - The Doctor and Clara land on a Russian nuclear submarine in 1983 as it spirals into the ocean depths with an alien creature creating havoc on board.

Bet On Your Baby (8pm, ABC) - Toddlers clean up toys and stack cookies in the series premiere of this game show, in which parents attempt to guess what their babies will do. I personally can't imagine anything more tedious. Except maybe that there's a second episode airing at 9.

My Cat from Hell (8pm, Animal Planet) - Jackson helps a 95-year-old woman suffers violent attacks by her cat. Later, a woman who lives in a studio apartment with two cats that hate each other.

Orphan Black (9pm, BBC America) - Sarah's fake detective ruse stretches thin when the police find the body that she buried.

Smash (9pm, NBC) - Tom's overeagerness may hurt "Bombshell" as he and Julia prepare the show for previews. Meanwhile, Ivy has an onstage blunder, which leads her to make an important decision.

Louis C.K.: Oh My God (10pm, HBO) - Comedian Louis C.K. performs his comedy act, which includes routines on humans and the food chain, the merits of divorce, and murder and the law.

Saturday Night Live (11:29, NBC) - Vince Vaughn is the host, with musical guest Miguel.

What to Watch on Monday: HBO doc tells story of '50 Children' rescued from Nazis

The Carrie Diaries (8pm, CW) - In the first season finale, Carrie's plans for the junior prom get altered when secrets come out. Meanwhile, Dorrit wants her romance with Miller to progress to the next level, and Mouse dates someone her parents disapprove of.

The Following (9pm, Fox) - A follower may be able to lead Ryan and the FBI to Carroll, and Claire comes face-to-face with Emma for the first time since Joey's kidnapping.

50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus (9pm, HBO) - A documentary telling the story of Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus, a Jewish couple from Philadelphia who jump through numerous legal, logistical and political hoops in their attempt to transport 50 Jewish youngsters from Nazi-controlled Vienna to the U.S. in 1939. The film features recollections from the surviving children, and Mamie Gummer reads from the memoir of Eleanor Kraus. Narrated by Alan Alda.

Being Human (9pm, Syfy) - In the third season finale, Sally has another encounter with Donna as Josh and Nora face off against Liam, and Aiden deals with the fact that he has turned Kenny into a vampire abomination.

NCAA Basketball (9pm, CBS) - The national championship game between …. Michigan and Louisville.

Dallas (9pm, TNT) - Trust issues unfold when Pamela seemingly proves her loyalty to John Ross, who then reveals J.R's master plan to her.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Norma becomes suspicious of her neighbors.

Revolution (10pm, NBC) - Monroe doubts Neville's loyalty, which causes Neville to disown his son. Also, Rachel and Charlie start to mend their relationship, but the bond frays when Rachel leaves on a quest to restore the power and regain her self-respect.

What to Watch on Monday: 'Kind Hearted Woman' and creepy 'Bates Motel'

Bones (8pm, Fox) - The murder of a TV producer is investigated. Meanwhile, Hodgins turns the lab into a test kitchen in an effort to duplicate Finn's hot sauce.

The Following (9pm, Fox) - The FBI tracks down a location that may have links to Joe's followers, while Claire adjusts to life at the mansion.

Kind Hearted Woman (9pm, UNC-TV) - The first part of this two-part, five-hour Independent Lens documentary begins a look at the epidemic of child sexual abuse on Native American reservations through one woman's story. The documentary, which concludes tomorrow night, follows Robin Charboneau (right), an Oglala Sioux woman determined to forge a better life while battling her ex-husband for custody of her two children, completing her college education and dealing with the repercussions of having been sexually abused as a child.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - I'm really getting into this new "Psycho"-inspired series from A&E. Not only are Norman and his mother completely wack, the little town they live in is just demented. Tonight, Norman and his friend Emma make a shocking discovery, and Norman's half brother Dylan starts his new job, and learns there is more to it than he first thought.

Revolution (10pm, NBC) - Charlie and the gang suffer a devastating loss. Also, Miles and Nora set out to recruit a former militia comrade, and Rachel searches for a power source.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - Castle grows bored because he's stuck at home with a broken leg, but things get interesting when he witnesses a murder in an apartment across the street. So, yes. It's "Rear Window." That's a Hitchcock two-fer tonight.

What to Watch on Monday: 'Bates Motel' opens, 'Deception' closes

How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - Futuristic doppelgangers of Barney and Ted try to persuade them to attend a Robots vs. Westerns competition. Meanwhile, Marshall and Robin engage in a dance-off.

The Following (9pm, Fox) - Ryan and Parker attempt to circumvent Nick in order to continue their search. Also, Joe demands that Ryan reveal Claire's whereabouts to him, and past followers return.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - The first episode of a new series chronicling the teenage years of Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) from Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." Tonight, Norma (Vera Farmiga, aka Mother) buys a motel.

Deception (10pm, NBC) - In the first season finale, Edward has revenge on his mind as he faces a tough decision about his wife. At the same time, new information leads to the reopening of Vivian's murder case.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - A DVD is thought to be haunted when people start to die after viewing it, and when Castle mistakenly watches the DVD, he fears for his own safety.

Lost Girl (10pm, Syfy) - Bo takes on her ultimate challenge, unaware that she's putting others at risk. Meanwhile, her friends face an unthinkable decision.

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