On TV this Monday: The Glades has a future-focused finale, Mistresses slip into something a little more comfortable, Longmire wraps another season and Game of Thrones scribes spill in The Writers’ Room. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8:30 pm Xiaolin Chronicles (Disney XD) | Series premiere: This animated spin-off of Xiaolin Showdown starts off with monk Omi growing jealous of his new protégé Ping Pong, a rift complicated by the arrival of a beautiful new candidate.
9 pm The Glades (A&E) | Season finale: Jim gets called back to the golf course to catch a hustler’s murderer, but he’s handicapped by a mad scramble to tie up loose ends for Callie and his future. Corbin Bernsen and Marilu Henner return as the ‘rents. (Not yet renewed; find out its current status.)
9 pm Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls (NBC) | Season finale: After a final challenge – which takes place in a rainforest during a downpour – Grylls announces the winning team, which takes home a grand prize of $500,000. (Not yet renewed.)
9 pm Mistresses (ABC) | New time slot alert! Um, Savi? When Harry learns you haven’t yet opened the paternity results, he goes to the clinic himself. Commence panicking… now!
9 pm Glickman (HBO) | This special chronicles Marty Glickman, a pioneer in American sportscasting.
9 pm Breaking Pointe (The CW) | As Cinderella‘s opening night approaches, Allison doesn’t get the support she needs from Jonathan – so she turns to someone else… whose name starts with an “R”… and rhymes with “sex”….
10 pm Longmire (A&E) | Season finale: Walt and Branch team up when an apparent suicide is connected to Cady’s accident; Det. Fales returns with warrants, forcing Walt and Henry to face what happened in Denver. (Not yet renewed; find out its status.)
10 pm Under the Dome (CBS) | Julia uncovers the truth about her husband’s disappearance – unraveling some of the town’s darkest secrets in the process.
10 pm Siberia (NBC) | A thick fog rolls in just as some contestants mysteriously disappear.
10 pm The Writers’ Room (Sundance) | Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss explain the process behind writing the epic HBO series, including why one reaction to the first cut of the pilot was: “You have a massive problem.”
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