What to Watch Today

I'll Be Gone in the Dark, Leslie Knope on Duncanville and More

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On TV this Monday: I’ll Be Gone in the Dark returns with a new episode, Iggy Azaela plays the Celebrity Dating Game, and Leslie Knope turns up on Duncanville. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • The CW
    All American

    Billy forces Spencer and Frausto to get on the same page; Olivia is excited to spend time with Layla, but their night out doesn’t go according to plan. (When does next season premiere?)

  • ABC
    The Bachelorette

    Katie opens up in a heart-wrenching moment, and embarks on a one-on-one with Michael A. (Is having non-Chris narrators kinda weird?)

  • Fox
    Hell's Kitchen

    When the Young Guns are challenged to make brunch for 60 Caesars Palace employees, one takes the fall during the use of a punishment pass.

  • NBC
    American Ninja Warrior

    Special time, following U.S. Olympic Trials: The qualifiers continue at the Tacoma Dome; obstacles include the new Air Surfer and Pretzel Twist.

  • HBO
    In Treatment

    Two episodes: Laila struggles with Brooke’s unique therapy technique. Later, Brooke gets to the root of her own pain.

  • The CW
    The Republic of Sarah

    Sarah must negotiate when Greylock’s power is shut off; Bella pushes boundaries with her dad. (Series premiere earned an average reader grade of “B.”)

  • Fox
    Duncanville

    Leslie Knope 'Duncanville'Annie battles the city mayor for the town’s prestigious Oakie Award; Amy Poehler reprises her role as Parks and Rec‘s Leslie Knope.

  • TBS
    American Dad

    Stan’s imaginary childhood friend returns to collect a debt; Klaus requires a fishbowl upgrade.

  • ABC
    The Celebrity Dating Game

    On the prowl in Week 2 are rapper/songwriter Iggy Azaela and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy‘s Carson Kressley. (TVLine readers gave the reboot a “D-.”)

  • HBO
    I'll Be Gone in the Dark

    The new episode marks one year since former police officer Joseph James DeAngelo, also known as the Golden State Killer, was sentenced to life in prison for his reign of terror. (Watch trailer.)