What to Watch Today

Bachelor Makes His Pick, America's Most Wanted Revival, DuckTales Ends and More

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On TV this Monday: Matt James hands out his final rose, Elizabeth Vargas hunts America’s Most Wanted and Disney’s DuckTales revival comes to an end. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Disney XD

    Series finale (90 minutes): The Duck family uncovers earth-shattering secrets in a final standoff with F.O.W.L.

  • ABC
    The Bachelor

    Season 25 finale: Michelle and Rachael meet with Matt’s family; a last-minute development shakes things up. (After the Final Rose, hosted by Chris Harrison Fox Sports analyst Emmanuel Acho, follows at 10.)

  • The CW

    Season 3 premiere: Bishop and Pike are on the case when a new acquaintance of Pike’s daughter goes missing on a South African getaway.

  • CBS
    Bob Hearts Abishola

    Bob prepares to meet Abishola’s mother, as the bride-to-be considers breaking Nigerian tradition by having a small wedding.

  • CBS
    All Rise

    Emily and Mark are on opposing sides of a compelling jewelry store robbery case; Amy brings in a potential client with ties to Mark’s father.

  • Fox
    America's Most Wanted

    Revival premiere: Journalist Elizabeth Vargas succeeds John Walsh as host in this new iteration, which will utilize technologically advanced tools and the power of social media to catch criminals.

  • The CW
    Black Lightning

    Jefferson crosses a line with Lynn; Anissa has important news; Tobias makes an unexpected move. (Wait, has [Spoiler] been recast?)

  • A&E

    Season 22 premiere: New episodes promise to expose the devastating reality of addiction and the nation’s ever-growing drug epidemic.

  • TNT

    In Season 2’s antepenultimate hour, an engineering disaster forces Layton to make an impossible decision. (Could it lead to this?)

  • NBC

    Bryan and Finola investigate a mysterious, otherworldly square; Maddox meets with an old contact. (Get details on Manifest‘s return/new night!)

    On March 15, 1977, ABC had two “numerical” series premieres — the family drama Eight Is Enough, and the sitcom Three’s Company.