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What to Watch on Monday: ‘Being Human’ signs off for good

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- Syfy Channel
The series finale of Syfy’s “Being Human” airs April 7 at 9 p.m.

Being Human (9pm, Syfy ) - Our favorite vampire/werewolf/ghost combo show signs off for good tonight, potentially delivering less death and sadness than last Monday’s “How I Met Your Mother” finale. Tonight, Sally makes a huge sacrifice to keep her vision of Aiden killing Josh from coming true – a sacrifice that in turn changes Aiden’s life forever as he fights to destroy the house’s evil spirit. The Syfy series “Bitten” (8pm) and “Lost Girl” (10pm) have season finales tonight.

NCAA Tournament (9 p.m. CBS) - The championship game takes place tonight from Arlington, Texas. You can check the CBS online schedule for details.

In Performance at the White House (9pm, UNC-TV) - A celebration of female music artists, featuring Tessanne Chin, Melissa Etheridge, Aretha Franklin, Ariana Grande, Patti LaBelle, Janelle Monae and Jill Scott.

The Following (9pm, Fox) - Joe targets an enemy’s son after bing publicly condemned. Elsewhere, Ryan hears news about Claire’s reappearance and Mandy makes a decision that could undo all of Joe’s work.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Dylan takes control of a volatile situation as Norma and Norman’s relationship is threatened.

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