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Originally published Monday, January 14, 2013 at 5:30 AM

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Monday TV Picks: the new ‘The Carrie Diaries’ on the CW

TV picks for Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, include “The Carrie Diaries” on the CW, “The Biggest Loser” on NBC and “Hawaii 5-0” on CBS.

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‘The Carrie Diaries’

A new series (based on the books by Candace Bushnell) that looks at the life of “the Sex and the City” character Carrie Bradshaw (AnnaSophia Robb) as she starts her junior year of high school. Since the executive producers previously worked on “Gossip Girl” and “Hart of Dixie,” we can expect more teenage drama and less of the HBO series’ frank sexuality. And probably no “Mr. Big.” Series premiere, 8 p.m. Monday on the CW (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Also on Monday

“The Bachelor,” 8 p.m. (ABC): Sean takes Sarah on an adrenaline-filled date; a prank tests Desiree’s sense of humor; the group date has the women competing for a deal to appear on the covers of romance books.

“The Biggest Loser,” 8 p.m. (NBC): The contestants take part in a trivia challenge that tests their knowledge of childhood obesity; Dr. Joanna Dolgoff travels to the kids’ homes to help their families cut junk food out of their diets.

“Masterpiece Classic,” 8 p.m. (KBTC): “Downton Abbey: Season 3”: Wedding guests — including Cora’s American mother — descend on Downton Abbey.

“Bunheads,” 9 p.m. (ABC Family): Truly is evicted from her shop; Carl insists that Boo meet his parents; Talia sets Michelle up on a blind date; the girls are intrigued by two talented young newcomers.

“Hawaii 5-0,” 10 p.m. (CBS): When a professor is murdered, his boss, his teaching assistant and a student all come under suspicion.

“Being Human,” 9 p.m. (Syfy): Aidan resurfaces to find the vampire community has changed greatly; Sally struggles to free herself from limbo; Josh and Nora stand up to Ray.

The New York Times


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