The fall television season is officially upon us, and that means a lot of television to choose from every night. Whether you're one of the lone few who still watch live, or you just need to know what's worth DVRing with limited space there, LA TV Insider Examiner is not merely letting you know what shows will deliver new episodes on any given night but rather what is worth watching.
These are our recommendations for primetime Monday, September 16 2013.
Dancing with the Stars (ABC, 8 p.m.) - On the seventeenth season premiere, 12 new stars ranging from Snooki to Keyshawn Johnson to Amber Riley to Valerie Harper compete through dance, perform dynamic group performances, and celebrate musical guests, all building to a climactic elimination. Each week viewers can vote for their favorite dancing performance, as usual, with the winning celebrity taking home the trophy at the end of the season.
Bones (FOX, 8 p.m.) - "The Secrets in the Proposal" - On the ninth season premiere, the remains of a state department accountant are found in a hotel's air-conditioning unit, but the investigation takes a turn when Booth (David Boreanaz) discovers that an old army pal turned CIA agent is also on the case. Meanwhile, Booth also seeks advice and guidance from a friend and former priest about his relationship with Brennan (Emily Deschanel), who is uncertain about their future.
Breaking Pointe (The CW, 9 p.m.) - "The Story of Us" - Ian leaves Ballet West, while Allison and Rex grow closer.
Sleepy Hollow (FOX, 9 p.m.) - "Pilot" - On the series premiere, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) wakes up in the 21st century to find his 1800s nemesis has returned, too. After a local sheriff is killed, Crane is taken into custody on suspicion of the murder but quickly starts working with Detective Abbie Miller (Nicole Beharie) to sort out the mystery, history and supernatural elements included.
Under The Dome (CBS, 10 p.m.) - "Curtains" - On the first season finale, secrets of the Dome are revealed and Big Jim (Dean Norris) is determined to put an end to Barbie (Mike Vogel) once and for all. Meanwhile, Junior (Alex Koch), Angie (Britt Robertson), Joe (Colin Ford), and Norrie (Mackenzie Lintz) discover who the Monarch is after receiving a shocking visit from a familiar face.
Which will you watch??
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