On TV this Monday: American Ninja Warrior leaps into its 13th season, The Good Doctor travels abroad, and Fox and NatGeo offer a double helping of Gordon Ramsay shows. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
American Ninja Warrior and Hell's Kitchen Return, Good Doc Finale Part 1, Small Fortune and More
American Ninja Warrior
Season 13 premiere: Competitors as young as 15 compete in Round 1 of the Qualifiers, where new obstacles include Overpass, Split Decision, Tipping Point and V Formation. (View NBC’s fall schedule.)
Season 20 (aka Young Guns) premiere: Eighteen aspiring chefs, all 23 years old or younger, head to Las Vegas for the chance of a lifetime.
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted
Season 3 premiere: Ramsay learns the meaning of “Texas tough” during a visit to the Lone Star state.
Series premiere: Lisa Kudrow, Will Forte, Clea DuVall, Nat Faxon, Sharon Horgan, Tony Hale, Sam Richardson and Jason Mantzoukas lend their voices to the network’s latest ‘toon, in which a group of neighborhood pets and stray animals attend therapy. (Watch teaser.)
New night and time: Duncan and his mom begin racing stock cars; Jing demands a room renovation. (View Fox’s fall schedule.)
Breaking Bobby Bones
Series premiere (two episodes): The American Idol mentor traverses the globe to find people with unique jobs, then attempts to learn the tricks of their trades.
Fighting Hatred Together
The one-hour special chronicles four young Jewish activists on the front lines of the fight against antisemitism and hate in all of its forms, and features a conversation between Auschwitz survivor Tova Friedman and former NFL player Emmanuel Acho.
The Good Doctor
Season 4 finale (Part 1 of 2): Shaun and the surgical team head to Guatemala to assist at a rural hospital; Lea continues to struggle with the loss of her baby. (View photos.)
Series premiere: Based on the UK format of the same name, this game show pits teams of three against each other, as they prove their skills on miniature playing fields; Lil Rel Howery (The Carmichael Show) hosts.
Tulsa 1921: An American Tragedy
The hour-long special marks the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre, and features first-person storytelling by 17 survivors, descendants, historians and thought leaders; Gayle King hosts. (Additional Tulsa docs to watch.)