On TV this Monday: Better Call Saul corners a new market, Adventure Time comes to an end, Comedy Central binges on King of the Hill and CNN shines a spotlight on the Notorious RBG. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Docu, King of the Hill-athon and More
King of the Hill: Grillstravaganza Marathon
Through 11 pm | Spend Labor Day with Hank and the rest of the Hill family, with back-to-back-to-back episodes from the first five seasons. (View lineup.)
Series finale (60 minutes): Everyone bands together to battle Gumbald and his army in the Great Gum War.
American Ninja Warrior
In Night 2 of the Las Vegas finals, competitors must complete eight obstacles in order to advance. (Get NBC fall premiere dates.)
Bachelor in Paradise
Three (!) hours: A seemingly stable (OK, “stable”) couple calls it quits; two new women go on a double date with previously spoken-for men. (Get ABC fall premiere dates.)
So You Think You Can Dance
The final four dancers perform ahead of next week’s finale. (Get Fox fall premiere dates.)
Basic cable premiere: From filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen comes this acclaimed, two-hour documentary providing an intimate look at the life of the Supreme Court justice.
Better Call Saul
75 minutes: Jimmy discovers a new market for his talents; Mike mulls a potential partnership; Kim drives a hard bargain. (Hmm, did Kim write Chuck’s letter?)
As Season 2 begins to wind down, a standoff at COPE takes a tragic turn. (Get CBS fall premiere dates.)
Holmes’ friend becomes a prime suspect in the case of a missing woman. (Get CBS fall premiere teasers.)
66 minutes: Dud is focused on his new relationship, while Ernie readies for the Sovereign Protector ceremony.