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What to Watch on Monday: ‘Cuban Chrome’ breaks new ground

Demetrio Montalvo standing in front of a car on “Cuban Chrome.”
Demetrio Montalvo standing in front of a car on “Cuban Chrome.” Discovery Channel

Cuban Chrome (10 p.m., Discovery) – The premiere of a new series – the first U.S. TV series filmed entirely in Cuba – about the restoration of old American cars. The show follows a group of antique car enthusiasts in Cuba – members of the A Lo Cubano Car Club – who are known for driving meticulously maintained classic American cars.

Also on tonight . . .

The 2000s: A New Reality (9 p.m., National Geographic) – The story of the decade continues with Nate Burkus’ recount of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 and the capture of Saddam Hussein.

Murder in the First (10 p.m., TNT) – Terry and Hildy begin investigating people in their own department, and Suger searches for answers when someone close to him disappears.

Web Junkie (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – This POV documentary looks at three Chinese teenagers who undergo a military-style rehab program to help with their obsessions with games.

Becoming Us (10 p.m., ABC Family) – Ben turns to Carly for advice about his relationship with Danielle, and Sutton is torn over Carly’s role at the wedding.

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