On TV this Monday: Major Crimes’ premiere is keeping secrets, TNT is charged with Murder in the First, Years of Living Dangerously wraps up and Robert De Niro honors his father. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
Big Louie, New Major Crimes, Clinton, De Niros and More
Phineas and Ferb Save Summer
In this hour-long special, Phineas, Ferb and the gang host a global summer concert… until Doofenshmirtz’s latest invention moves the Earth and puts summer in jeopardy. Oops. Former Tonight Show host Jay Leno guest-voices.
Years of Living Dangerously
Series finale: Investigations include the rising sea in Bangladesh and a stratovolcano in the Andes. Plus: President Obama weighs in on climate change.
The remaining 20 cooks must feed an army of 500 (!) servicemen and women on a desert army base. That is a lot of shingles.
Season 3 premiere: When a father and his two young children go missing, the MCD team uncovers terrible family secrets.
Hillary Clinton: Public and Private
In advance of her memoir Hard Choices being released on Tuesday, the former Secretary of State and FLOTUS speaks with Diane Sawyer about the book and her pending decision to run for president in 2016.
Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr.
The Robert De Niro that everyone knows profiles the Robert De Niro that hardly anyone knows: his father, a largely unrecognized painter who also was gay.
24: Live Another Day
As Jack and Kate race to save the life of a key player tied to the imminent terror threat, Navarro sends analyst Jordan Reed into the field on a perilous mission.
Murder in the First
Series premiere: Steven Bochco (NYPD Blue) co-created this San Francisco-set crime drama about two detectives (played by Private Practice’s Taye Diggs and Bates Motel’s Kathleen Robertson) who are investigating murders possibly tied to a Silicon Valley wunderkind (Harry Potter’s Tom Felton). Raphael Sbarge (Once Upon a Time) and Ian Anthony Dale (Hawaii Five-0) also star.
In a singular 90-minute episode, “Louie remembers his past.” (What is this, a Mad Men synopsis?)
A murdered Russian adoptee leads Walt and the team to a shady underworld, while Henry faces trouble in jail.