On TV this Monday: Guilt reaches a final verdict, Hillary Clinton sits down with Jimmy Kimmel, Courteney Cox goes Wild and Heather Locklear is Too Close to Home. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Guilt Comes to an End, Clinton Visits Kimmel and More
American Ninja Warrior
For the first time, four women — Michelle Warnky, Rachael Goldstein, Jesse La Breck and Alyssa Beird — compete in the Philadelphia finals.
When a widow (Downton Abbey‘s Shirley MacLaine) receives a life insurance check with one too many zeroes, a friend (AHS‘ Jessica Lange) convinces her to keep the money and take the trip of a lifetime; Demi Moore (Ghost), Alan Arkin (Argo) and comedian Billy Connolly co-star.
Too Close to Home
Series premiere: From Tyler Perry comes this scripted drama about a blue-collar Alabaman (Heroes‘ Danielle Savre’s Ann) forced to return to her roots after getting caught up in a political scandal; Heather Locklear (Melrose Place) co-stars.
Season 1 finale: The jury decides Grace’s fate; Bruno and Pike try to find a link between the Molly Ryan case and the Hertfordshire murder. (Not yet renewed.)
Rizzoli & Isles
A mortician’s body turns up in one of his own caskets; Tommy visits his son; Jane receives reactions to her news.
Series premiere: This reality-TV fodder gives viewers a look at the intense world of competitive cheerleading.
April makes a decision regarding her future; Lydia attempts to wreck Adam and Karen’s relationship. (Fall behind? Read our Episode 9 recap.)
Running Wild With Bear Grylls
Bear is joined by Friends/Cougar Town alum Courteney Cox as they trek through jagged peaks and descend from sheer cliffs.
Odd Mom Out
Jill has a run-in with an author (16 Candles‘ Molly Ringwald) during a traffic jam; Lex receives an offer for Brooke’s company.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Kimmel sits down with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in her first late-night appearance since clinching the nomination.