What to Watch Today

All American Finale, Ninja Warrior Semifinals and More

All American Season 3 Finale on The CW

On TV this Monday: All American wraps its third season, The Bachelorette readies for hometown visits, and American Ninja Warrior semifinalists take on two new obstacles. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • The CW
    All American

    Season 3 finale: Billy learns what Spencer has been keeping from him; Jordan and Asher receive unexpected news. (Get Season 4 premiere date.)

  • NBC
    American Ninja Warrior

    The Semifinals commence in Los Angeles, where competing Ninjas face up to 10 obstacles, including the new Wall-to-Wall and Inverter. (Get NBC fall premiere dates.)

  • ABC
    The Bachelorette

    With hometown dates just around the corner, Brendan and Mike feel the pressure to get some solo time with Katie. (When does next season premiere?)

  • Fox
    Hell's Kitchen

    The remaining chefs compete in a tag-team relay race competition, before five of them face the first Cook For Your Life challenge of the season.

  • Fox

    Chief is brought to the vet after he eats Jill’s vibrator (!); Tabitha goes to live with The Gray One; Lindsay’s interferes in Shel’s relationship with Darla.

  • The CW
    The Republic of Sarah

    A damaging magazine article prompts Sarah to begin work on a more representative government — and Danny, Maya, AJ and Corinne to run for office.

  • Fox

    Duncan ditches the PSATs to hang with his Uncle Stan; Jack, Kimberly and Jing clean the attic in an effort to stay on Annie’s good side.

  • AMC
    The Beast Must Die

    Frances plots her revenge; DI Strangeways struggles with his PTSD as he takes a closer look at the investigation.

  • ABC
    The Celebrity Dating Game

    This week’s eligible celebrities are supermodel Tyson Beckford and Baywatch vet Carmen Electra.

  • NBC
    Small Fortune

    Three best friends — Jay, Anip and Brijesh — share the same last name, as well as a passion for Bollywood dancing and a need to win big.

    On July 19, 2007, Mad Men premiered on AMC — and proceeded to win the Emmy for best drama four years in a row.