Monday Night Television

Critic’s corner: What’s on TV tonight


Pride and Prejudice 8 p.m., TCM

The screenplay of this 1940 movie, co-written by Aldous Huxley, diverges from the Jane Austen novel, but so what. It’s still good, not least of all thanks to Laurence Olivier as Darcy. Olivier had a number of periods of greatness, but his work in 1939-40 with “Wuthering Heights,” “Rebecca,” and this movie is my favorite. Pictured (from left): Greer Garson, Olivier, Maureen O’Sullivan, and Bruce Lester.

Revolution 10 p.m., Channel 7


Hmm. After tonight’s “fall finale,” NBC is pulling the show until March 25. So expect lots of sword-fighting, as well as what looks in the previews to be a reunion between Charlie and Danny. It seems like an awful idea for a serial like this to go on a winter hiatus; the potential of losing viewer interest is high. Winter hiatuses were the final straws for “FlashForward” and “The Event.” Pictured: Tracy Spiridakos as Charlie.

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Mankind Rising 9 p.m., Science Channel

Mr. Mojo, you’ve got company.

Catfish: The TV Show 11 p.m., MTV

“I” love “you.”


2 Broke Girls 9 p.m., Channel 4

Sexual double entendre, here is your homeland.

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