What to Watch Tonight

Better Call Saul Finale, Shadowhunters Uprising and More


On TV this Monday: Better Call Saul wraps its third season, the Shadowhunters suspect an emerging revolt, Ninja Warrior introduces new obstacles and The Bachelorette heads south. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    American Ninja Warrior

    The qualifying rounds continue in San Antonio with the introduction of two new obstacles: the Spinning Bridge and Sky Hooks; vets Kacy Catanzaro, Daniel Gil and Brent Steffensen return.

  • ABC
    The Bachelorette

    Rachel and the remaining suitors travel to South Carolina; Eric asks the rest of the bachelors to stop talking about him to Rachel. (Get the latest on the Bachelor in Paradise scandal.)

  • Fox
    So You Think You Can Dance

    Auditions continue in Los Angeles, as dancers go before the judges in hopes of advancing to The Academy callback rounds. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • Freeform
    Shadowhunters

    The Institute’s leaders suspect a Downworlder uprise after several Shadowhunters turn up dead. (What drama awaits “Malec”?)

  • Freeform
    Stitchers

    The team sorts through suspects after a high-profile divorce attorney is killed; Linus discovers the neurosync issues plaguing Cameron and Kristen.

  • Fox
    Superhuman

    This week’s crop of contestants include a master memorizer and extremely skilled mathematicians.

  • The CW
    Whose Line Is It Anyway?

    Ryan, Wayne and Colin are joined by iZombie‘s Malcolm Goodwin. (Get CW fall premiere dates; which actors have appeared on the most CW shows?)

  • AMC
    Better Call Saul

    Season 3 finale (76 minutes): Jimmy tries to make amends; Kim takes time off following her accident; Hamlin pushes Chuck to make up his mind; Nacho puts his future on the line.  (Talking Saul follows at 11:16 pm.)

  • VH1
    Daytime Divas

    Maxine is on the warpath after a story turns up in Page Six; Mo tries to steal Maxine’s thunder when Kelly Osbourne makes an appearance.

  • ABC
    Still Star-Crossed

    Prince Escalus recommends a public betrothal ceremony so Benvolio and Rosaline can prove to Verona’s citizenry that they’re madly in love.