On TV this Monday: The Fosters celebrate Father’s Day, Texas celebrates newfound independence, AMC revisits Prohibition and Lifetime encounters UnREAL money woes. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Texas Rising Ends, Fosters Father's Day and More
Stanley Cup Final
The Chicago Blackhawks (up 3-2) host the Tampa Bay Lightning in what could be the final game, from the United Center in Chicago, Ill.
So You Think You Can Dance
In Los Angeles, the judges lay witness to what Nigel Lythgoe calls “the best auditions I have seen in 10 years.”
Mike and Jude’s biological pop turns up at Stef and Lena’s Father’s Day brunch; Callie learns something shocking during her day with the Quinns.
Miniseries finale: The Texas Rangers return to Victoria to celebrate their victory over Mexico as decisions await regarding the newly independent territory.
The squad investigates the connection between a chef, a psychiatrist and a bankruptcy lawyer after a dead body pops out of a trunk during a high-speed chase.
Genevieve insists Zolia take her advice before her wedding to Javier; Marisol considers a new hire to appease a picky client.
The Making of the Mob: New York
Series premiere: The docu-drama hybrid explores Big Apple mobsters during the age of prohibition. Ray Liotta (Goodfellas) narrates.
Sean’s next target becomes apparent to Wes and Claire as the bearded amnesiac and Dr. Benavidez head to a top-secret location.
Murder In the First
Terry is promoted to acting lieutenant as the manhunt for the missing shooter intensifies.
Rachel turns to her mom for financial support; Lizzie learns more about Jeremy and Rachel’s past.