What to Watch on Monday: Secrets revealed in the season finale of ‘Sleepy Hollow’

01/20/2014 6:00 AM

01/17/2014 10:58 AM

Sleepy Hollow (8pm, Fox) - In the two-hour Season 1 finale, Ichabod and Abbie discover a secret hidden in George Washington’s Bible and learn the truth about the first president’s death. Meanwhile, Capt. Irving makes a difficult decision for the sake of his family that will drastically alter his future.

Hollywood Game Night (8pm, NBC) - Season 2 opens with players Martin Short, Jason Alexander, Lester Holt, Valerie Bertinelli, Beth Behrs and Julie Bowen. A second new episode (with different stars) airs at 9.

Being Human (9pm, Syfy) - Someoen from Aiden’s past threatens to derail his relationship with Kat just as they are taking things to the next level. Also, Sally uses her newly acquired powers to try to free Josh from his wolf, but there are unintended consequences.

Klondike (9pm, Discovery) - The first of a three part series about frontiersmen who struggle to survive while searching for gold in a remote town in the Klondike. Tonight, fortune seekers arrive in Dawson City, Yukon.

The Fosters (9pm, ABC Family) - A stern foster-care worker supervises Callie, while Brandon searches for Callie after he confesses why she ran away.

Mom (9:30pm, CBS) - Christy and Bonnie admit to secrets they’ve been keeping from one another, while Violet and Luke clash over parenting. Kevin Pollak guest stars as Christy’s father.

The Blacklist (10pm, NBC) - The team goes undercover to pursue the Alchemist, who uses science to transform DNA and who’s been assigned to protect a mob informant.

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