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Fox 'Toon Finales, the Ninja Warrior Finals Begin and More

Housebroken on Fox

On TV this Monday: The American Ninja Warrior national finals get underway, Housebroken and Duncanville reach the end of their summer seasons, and one of the Reservation Dogs embarks on a ride-along. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Acorn TV
    My Life Is Murder

    Season 2 premiere (first two episodes): Alexa investigates when a woman shoots a man in broad daylight, but insists she’s innocent. (Xena reunion ahead!)

  • FX on Hulu
    Reservation Dogs

    Cheese embarks on a ride-along with Big. (Watch the Y: The Last Man trailer; will FX on Hulu originals air on FX?)

  • BET
    8:46 Films

    The cabler presents a collection of narrative shorts that reclaim the tragic time it took to take George Floyd’s life — eight minutes and 46 seconds — with each film a celebration of Black love and joy.

  • NBC
    American Ninja Warrior

    As the National Finals commence, the Ninjas must decide between a grueling upper body obstacle or a riskier balance obstacle.

  • ABC
    Bachelor in Paradise

    Two new men arrive and take a pair of lucky ladies on a double date; guest host Lance Bass offers advice to a woman who is dying for her man to make a move.

  • The CW
    Roswell, New Mexico

    Max investigates the break-in; Rosa and Isobel team up; Liz makes an unexpected discovery. (View complete Fall TV calendar.)

  • Fox
    Housebroken

    Season 1 finale: When Honey and Chief find themselves in mortal danger, it’s up to the others to save them. (Already renewed, along with Duncanville!)

  • HBO
    Laetitia

    Stateside premiere: Written and directed by Oscar winner Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, this French drama chronicles the disappearance of an 18-year-old — and the repercussions that follow her twin sister Jessica.

  • The CW
    The Republic of Sarah

    In Season 1’s penultimate episode, a debate traps Sarah between two of her best friends. Later, she drops a bombshell. (Who received TVLine accolades?)

  • Fox
    Duncanville

    Season 2 finale: At the annual Witch Day Festival, Kimberly mixes up a magic potion that actually works; Duncan and his friends enter a haunted Circuit City. (Gosh, remember Circuit City?)