TV and Streaming Selections for Monday, July 19
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“The Bachelorette” (8 p.m., ABC): With seven men left and hometown dates coming up, Brendan and Mike feel pressured to get one-on-one dates, as so far only two are willing to spend time alone with Katie. Does she choose any one of them to join them for a romantic pastime of her beloved hometown? Later, four men join her in an artistic exploration inspired by Georgia O’Keefe of New Mexico, and a surprising gentleman studies the art of hugging with our Bachelorette. Usually so confident to trust her gut, Katie faces her toughest rose ceremony ever and finds herself second-guessing her decision.
“All American” (8 p.m., The CW): In the season finale, things seem to be going well in Spencer’s life, but everything changes when Billy learns what he has been keeping from her. Jordan and Asher receive some unexpected news that neither of them expected. Coop is excited to go out on tour, but is disappointed when no one on his team can accompany him and gets more than he expected. Meanwhile, Laila becomes concerned about her friend and is determined to help him.
“Celebrity IOU” (9 p.m., HGTV): Actor and singer Darren Criss trades his guitar for a sledgehammer to express his great gratitude to his best friend, manager and fellow music fan of the decade, Ricky, whom he credits with helping launch his career. give. During the episode Chris works with real estate and renovation experts Drew and Jonathan Scott to demolish walls, jackhammer concrete and nail down framing. The trio would eventually transform Ricky’s old detached garage and unused outdoor area into beautiful, functional spaces for his family to enjoy.
“Getaway Driver” (9 p.m., Discovery): Hosted by actress Michelle Rodriguez, who will be joined by rally champion Wyatt Knox, this eight-episode competition series is based on the “real-life Fast and Furious”. It features 24 elite drivers, from drift champions to street racers to hotshot YouTubers, who compete to prove they have the skills behind the wheel and ahead of the competition on a sprawling 60-acre complex full of obstacles There is the mental fortitude to get in and out. The rules are simple… Avoid the chasers and compound to score some cold hard cash. These drivers already have the loot – but can they walk away to keep it?
“For the ball and the country” (peacock): This documentary series follows Kevin Durant, Damien Lillard, and other NBA greats as they put aside their on-court rivalry and form a star-studded team to represent the United States at the Summer Olympics. In addition to access to everyone at the 2021 team’s training camp in Las Vegas, the series features a look at the USA Basketball video vault alongside never-before-seen footage of this storied event. Before arriving in Tokyo, the US team has been plagued by surprising exhibition losses and player dropping due to coronavirus concerns and injuries.
Also on Monday:
“Hell’s Kitchen” (8 p.m., Fox)
“American Ninja Warrior” (8 p.m., NBC)
“Antiques Roadshow” (8 p.m., PBS)
“Below Deck Mediterranean” (8 p.m., Bravo)
“Catch and Kill: Podcast Tapes” (8 p.m., HBO)
“Darcy & Stacey” (8 p.m., TLC)
“Tomb Hunters” (8 p.m., Smithsonian)
“When Shark Attacks” (8 pm, Nat Geo)
“Sarah Republic” (9 p.m., The CW)
“Hoarders” (9 p.m., A&E)
“American Pickers” (9 p.m., Chronicles)
“The Celebrity Dating Game” (10 p.m., ABC)
“Small Fortune” (10 p.m., NBC)
“Beating the Badge” (10 p.m., Vice)