On TV this Monday: NBC’s Ninja warriors paddle to a new obstacle, Turner Classic Movies honors Christopher Lee, Major Crimes gets subpoenaed and The Bachelorette is honored unconventionally. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Bachelorette Eulogy, HBO's Gun Violence Doc and More
TCM Remembers Christopher Lee
The cabler honors the late actor with a marathon of his film highlights, including The Curse of Frankenstein and Horror of Dracula. (Get lineup.)
American Ninja Warrior
Former competitors Shaun Murray, William “Spartan” Brown and rivals Flip Rodriguez and Drew Drechsel tackle tire swing and paddle board obstacles.
Six bachelors are awkwardly tasked with eulogizing Kaitlyn at a fake Irish wake in Dublin. Plus, a performance by The Cranberries because, sure.
So You Think You Can Dance
Nigel, Jason and Paula resume auditions for America’s best dancer in New York.
Callie struggles to let herself fully trust AJ; Jude attempts to get over the shooting incident; Stef shares unexpected news regarding Monte.
Requiem for the Dead: American Spring 2014
This documentary — as tragically timely as ever — explores the stories of lives lost in the United States due to senseless gun violence.
The squad questions a celebrity photographer about the murder of a supermodel; Rusty and Raydor are subpoenaed as part of the “Alice” case.
A tabloid reveals insight into Adam’s past as Rachel tries to produce a romantic date at his vineyard.
Minx tries talking Henry out of more of Drill’s games; Wes and Claire race to stop Sean from committing a dangerous act.
Season 1 finale: Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down for a chat with the man responsible for nearly every great ’70s sitcom, Norman Lear (All in the Family).