On TV this Monday: The Baker and the Beauty sticks a fork in its freshman run, Amy Schumer forgoes cooking lessons and Darren Criss heads to Quibi. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Baker and Beauty's XL Finale, Darren Criss' Royalties and More
Series premiere: Glee vet Darren Criss creates and stars in this satire about the oft-untold story of songwriters behind the world’s biggest hits; Kether Donohue (You’re the Worst), Georgia King (Vice Principals), Tony Revolori (Servant) and John Stamos (Fuller House) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
One-hour special: Country music duo Locash, R&B/hip-hop duo Ceraadi, pop singer MAX and singer-songwriter Ally Brooke perform covers of TLC’s biggest hits, before TLC connects with them via video chat and chooses one artist to collaborate with on a final performance; Jordin Sparks hosts.
The Titan Games
Nadi Carey and Dani Speegle compete for victory on Lunar Impact. (Does the directing make the show hard to follow?)
The Baker and the Beauty
Season 1 finale (two episodes; special time): Noa makes a big decision about her career, while Danny mulls an opportunity that would take him from the family business. (Not yet renewed.)
Two episodes: Mathilde oversees the inn while the “Filles” prepare for the matchmaking dance; the Iroquois return to Wobik to collect their dead.
Roswell, New Mexico
Liz opens up to Diego about all the good that may come of her scientific research, while Max asks Kyle to help get to the bottom of the recent abductions.
New day and time: Brothers Hecthan and Hector, a corrections officer and an Army veteran, hope to win big to help family and friends impacted by Hurricane Maria.
Season 1 finale: Alex rushes to save his daughter after his old partner comes to town to finish the job he started.
Amy Schumer Learns to Cook
Season 1 finale: As Amy and Chris tackle brunch in quarantine, recipes include pork sausage and fried eggs with shallots and spinach, and a perfectly baked scone.
Unknown songwriters pitch their material to Grammy-nominated pop star Bebe Rexha.