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TV highlights: ‘The Following’ Season 2 finale

Max and Caroline are treated to a trip to the racetrack with Sophie’s classy boyfriend on “2 Broke Girls” (CBS at 8 p.m.), but Caroline’s reignited passion for horse racing gets out of control.

“The Voice” (NBC at 8) has the top 10 singing live and a performance from British boy band Rixton.

The dancers take on Latin-inspired performances on “Dancing With the Stars” (ABC at 8), with pop star Ricky Martin as a guest judge.

Pregnancy rumors swirl around Taylor, and Emery is mistakenly kidnapped by a misinformed Vartan on “Star-Crossed” (CW at 8).

“Antiques Roadshow” (MPT & WETA at 8) is still in Anaheim, Calif., and finding hidden gems such as Buddy Ebsen’s performance shoes, a painting by French artist Maurice Utrillo and a jade jewelry collection.

FINALE WATCH: “The Following” (Fox at 9) Season 2 wraps up with Mark and Luke turning the tables on Joe and Ryan, who are then forced to work together to save the woman they love.

“All About Ann: Governor Richards of the Lone Star State” (HBO at 9) profiles former Texas governor Ann Richards, a liberal who rose to power in a conservative state in the early 1990s.

On the back roads of Appalachia, there exists a subculture of car mechanics building mind-blowing vehicles, and on “Rebel Road” (Discovery at 10), four teams have three weeks to build equally astounding cars for the chance to win a cash reward.

Castle and Beckett dig into the world of extreme sports on “Castle” (ABC at 10) when a motorcyclist shoots an up-and-coming skateboarding star.

A politician in Prague is murdered, and Red suspects Kingmaker is responsible for the crime on “The Blacklist” (NBC at 10).

While Norma is desperate to connect with Norman, Dylan is desperate to save a loved one on “Bates Motel” (A&E at 10).

Actress Emma Stone and the Seattle Mariners’ Robinson Cano come to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:35), with music from Keith Urban.

Actors Joel McHale and Vera Farmiga are on “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), along with music from Aloe Blacc.

Triple (technically, quadruple) threat Jennifer Lopez and actress Elisabeth Moss swing by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35), with musical guest Sleepy Man Banjo Boys.

Rachel Lubitz



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