What to Watch on Monday: Season premieres of ‘Dallas’ and ‘The Voice’

02/24/2014 6:00 AM

02/20/2014 5:06 PM

Dallas (9pm, TNT) - Season 3 opens with the Ewings on top, yet their solidarity is tested when John Ross clashes with Bobby over Southfork ownership (yes, every “Dallas” plot is exactly the same). Meanwhile, Elena returns to Dallas with a secret agenda, and an enigmatic stranger arrives.

Also on tonight . . .

The Voice (8pm, NBC) - Season 6 opens with blind auditions, with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher and Shakira in the big red chairs.

Almost Human (8pm, Fox) - A chrome is murdered, but the only sign of trauma is a small hole in the back of his neck, and the investigation reveals a suspect who’s after the victim’s DNA in a pursuit of perfection.

The Private Lives of Nashville Wives (10pm, TNT) - A reality show focusing on a group of driven, semi-prominent women in Nashville, including the wives of: Raul Malo (lead singer of The Mavericks), country singer Bryan White, award-winning songwriter Dallas Davidson and Christian music singer-songwriter Gary Chapman (ex-husband of Amy Grant). If you’re really into country music and the Nashville scene, you’ll like this, but it’s just a knock-off “Real Housewives” with a country music soundtrack.

The Blacklist (10pm, NBC) - An issue of national security centers on an ancient artifact. Also, Red puts the focus on a woman from his past and persuades Liz to pull off a showy heist. Meanwhile, whiny Tom tries to come to terms with a looming adoption.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - Multiple people confess to the murder of a struggling actor, and each expresses sincerity and provides details about the homicide, adding mystery and complexity to the case.

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