On TV this Monday: Rizzoli contemplates a major change, one of the Mistresses begins taking pills and Bachelor in Paradise hosts a pair of double dates. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Rizzoli's Big Decision, Mistresses' Pill Popper and More
2016 Summer Olympics
Select primetime highlights include men’s diving, men and women’s track and field and the men’s beach volleyball quarterfinal.
Bachelor In Paradise
Two hard-partying, tequila-shooting couples head out for a double date, while two unattached bachelors set up a double date of their own.
So You Think You Can Dance
The Top 8 becomes a Top 7 after an evening of performances.
Lena grows concerned about Mariana’s competitive behavior; the police tell Callie to stop harassing Patrick Molloy; Brandon preps for his audition.
The tabloids have a field day with Grace as she prepares to stand trial; Natalie and Bruno search for evidence to prove that Grace is innocent.
Rizzoli & Isles
As she and Maura investigate a Ponzi scheme, Jane makes a life-altering career decision. (Read preview from director Sasha Alexander.)
Repeat to Revisit: Christy finds it difficult to sympathize with Jodi’s boyfriend when he shows up to an AA meeting following her overdose. (Read recap; who was promoted to series regular ahead of Season 4?)
Flynn and Tao are tasked with investigating a Hollywood starlet’s overdose; Rusty contemplates what to do about his biological mom’s pregnanzzzzzzy.
Tension escalates between April and Marc when her mother decides to extend her visit; Lydia uses Karen’s picture for a dating profile; Joss begins popping pills.
The Making of the Mob: Chicago
Frank Nitti, Paul Ricca and Joe Accardo run Al Capone’s empire during his absence; Sam Giancana takes advantage of a Hollywood scandal to prove himself.