In a rare move for Fox News Channel, the cable network reshuffles its primetime lineup Monday, which also coincides with its 17-year anniversary. The schedule: “On the Record” with Greta Van Susteren at 7 p.m.; “The O’Reilly Factor” at 8 p.m.; Megyn Kelly’s new show, “The Kelly File,” at 9 p.m.; and “Hannity at 10 p.m. Plus, in the afternoon at 3 p.m., “Shepard Smith Reporting” combines technology and social media during breaking news reports.
RETURNING SHOW: Zoe is ready to get out of Alabama for good and head back to New York City on the third season premiere of “Hart of Dixie” (CW at 8). But before she leaves, she agrees to help find George so the town’s annual Founders Day parade can go on as scheduled.
RETURNING SHOW: “Beauty and the Beast” (CW at 9) squeaked by with a second-season renewal, and the premiere picks up three months after Vincent was abducted. But it looks as if there’s a tough road ahead, because when Catherine reunites with him, she finds that he has transformed into a supercharged beast with no memory of the past.
Late last year, the Los Angeles Police Department released the previously classified autopsy report on the death of rapper Christopher Wallace (Biggie Smalls) in 1997; now, “Celebrity Crime Files” (TV One at 9) takes a closer look at the infamous murder case.
Documentary “Valentine Road” (HBO at 9) looks at the death of 15-year-old Larry King, a junior high school student exploring his gender identity, who was shot twice by fellow classmate Brandon McIerney, currently serving 21 years in prison for the crime.
SERIES PREMIERE: Jamie Oliver and 50 Cent team up to produce “Dream School” (Sundance Channel at 10), a six-part docu-series that gives a group of troubled students a chance to learn new skills from the experts. The kids, who have either dropped out of school or been expelled, spend time with everyone from filmmaker Oliver Stone and reporter Soledad O’Brien to actor David Arquette and musician Swizz Beatz.
Actor Tom Hanks and musical guests Two Door Cinema Club are on “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35).
Drew Barrymore and D.L. Hughley are on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (NBC at 11:35), along with musical guest the Avett Brothers.
The entire cast of “Modern Family” is on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35); later, singer Ben Rector performs.
— Emily Yahr