On TV this Monday: So You Think You Can Dance and American Ninja Warrior wrap their summer runs, ABC launches a third hour of Good Morning America and BBC America marks an X-Files milestone. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
SYTYCD Champ Revealed, GMA Replaces The Chew, X-Files Turns 25 and More
The X-Files: 25th Anniversary Marathon
Through Saturday at 2 am | The basic cabler honors the iconic series with a five-day binge-athon featuring the best of Mulder and Scully. (View lineup.)
Series premiere: Michael Strahan and Sara Haines co-host this extension of Good Morning America, which replaces the recently cancelled The Chew.
Monday Night Football
Season 49 premiere (two games): First up, the New York Jets take on the Detroit Lions. Then at 10:15 pm, the Los Angeles Rams face the Oakland Raiders.
American Ninja Warrior
Season 10 finale: The best Ninjas tackle the world’s toughest obstacle course, but only one can win the $1 million prize. (Preview the first underwater obstacle!)
So You Think You Can Dance
Season 15 finale: The final four dancers perform one last time, before a new winner is crowned. (Get exclusive scoop on returning Fox faves!)
CBS Fall Preview
The stars of the Eye network’s new fall roster offer sneak peeks of FBI, God Friended Me, Happy Together, Magnum P.I., Murphy Brown and The Neighborhood. (Get premiere dates.)
Better Call Saul
Jimmy daydreams about reconstituting Wexler-McGill; Kim tries to secure her future; Mike helps Gus set a plan into motion. (Bob Odenkirk weighs in on that scene!)
In the penultimate Season 2 episode, the government finalizes plans for a doomsday scenario, leading to a(nother) surprising chain of events.
Season 6 finale (Part 1 of 2): Holmes and Watson’s conflict with Michael intensifies when their newest victim appears to be his latest prey. (Watch exclusive promo.)