On TV this Monday: Bachelor in Paradise starts looking for love, FX brings Partners together, the Mistresses deal with daddy issues and Anger Management gets a new time slot. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar.
Bachelor in Paradise Is Let Loose, Longmire Finale and More
My Little Pony 'Mega Mare-athon'
Pony up for this 50-hour marathon, which includes all 91 episodes of the animated series (and, on Aug. 8, three new specials: Twinkle Wish Adventure, The Princess Promenade and The Runaway Rainbow).
Bachelor in Paradise
Series premiere: Now that Andi and Josh are riding into the sunset, it’s time to revisit those who weren’t so lucky. In this (ahem) “companion” series, a mixed bag of 25 Bachelor/Bachelorette rejects travel to Tulum, Mexico, hoping for another chance at finding The One.
For the first time, contestants will get to choose between two mystery boxes, only one of which contains everyday ingredients.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Comedian/Not the Teen Wolf Creator Jeff Davis — a staple of the original Whose Line — rejoins the improv group.
Series premiere: This half-hour comedy stars Kelsey Grammer (Frasier) and Martin Lawrence (Martin) as an elitist lawyer and ethics-driven lawyer, begrudgingly paired together and forced to overcome their differences in the workplace. (A second episode airs at 9:30 pm.)
Callie pays a visit to Girls United for Community Day, but is surprised by new developments at the group home. Rosie O’Donnell returns as Rita Hendricks.
American Ninja Warrior
The Top 30 competitors from Denver tackle the Finals course, which includes the Salmon Ladder, Arm Rings, Doorknob Arch and Spider Climb. (Warning: Watching may result in a loss of self-esteem.)
Nixon by Nixon: In His Own Words
This film chronicles the contents of Richard Nixon’s private tapes, which hold his White House conversations from 1971 to 1973.
Season finale: Walt pursues closure for his wife’s murder and Henry’s case, and Branch continues to look into Jacob Nighthorse while suspended. (Not yet renewed.)
A shocking phone call brings April’s past back to haunt her, and Savi reaches out to her long-absent dad (played by acting vet John Heard, Home Alone).
New time slot alert! First, Charlie tries to resist temptation from Sean’s attractive sister. Then at 10:30, Charlie’s girlfriend brings home a hot friend. (All in all, sounds like a preeeetty good day for Charlie.)
Murder in the First
Following the Erich Blunt verdict, the department investigates a new death involving a drug-addicted socialite and her playboy husband.