What to Watch on Monday: A ‘Sterek’ showdown in ‘Teen Wolf’ season finale

03/24/2014 6:00 AM

02/15/2015 10:44 AM

Teen Wolf (10pm, MTV) - Viewers are still reeling over last week’s shocking heartbreaker of a character kill-off, but they’ll have to get it together tonight to watch the Season 3 finale, where one last stand is made by Scott, Derek and their allies. Can we survive a Stiles vs. Derek (Sterek) showdown?

Also on tonight . . .

How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - In the series’ penultimate episode, Barney and Robin both suffer panic attacks a half hour before their nuptials. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily rewrite their original wedding vows.

Star-Crossed (8pm, CW) - Emery enlists Julia’s help to distract a nosy photographer. Meanwhile, Drake plans to attend a charity ball thrown by Grayson’s parents, and Roman’s attempt to keep him out of trouble finds him caught up in a kidnapping scheme.

The Fosters (9pm, ABC Family) - In the first season finale, the Fosters get devastating news as Callie and Jude prepare for their adoption.

Dallas (9pm, TNT) - The family could divide forever when Bobby and Sue Ellen use the governor ( Steven Weber) in a power ploy to stop John Ross from becoming like his father.

The Numbers Game (9:30pm, National Geographic Channel) - The second season opener explores the statistical likelihood of being a hero.

The Blacklist (10pm, NBC) - A high-tech cyber defense asset is stolen, with clues pointing to a Russian terrorist as the guilty party. Meanwhile, Jolene’s vanishing sheds light on mysteries involving Tom.

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