Summer Mondays are so good because Dietland, our Top Pick to Watch Tonight (catch up with our latest recap here), is one of THE best Summer shows on TV right now. Follow it up with Unapologetic With Aisha Tyler (the Dietland after show), So You Think You Can Dance, and American Ninja Warrior and you’ve got yourself quite the night of television!ALSO, maybe most excitingly, the 30th Annual Shark Week begins in earnest tonight!
1st Choice: So You Think You Can Dance. “The Top Ten women will take the stage, each partnered with an All-Star guy, for a choreographed duet outside their own style.” Fox
2nd Choice: American Ninja Warrior. “n the Dallas City Finals, the top 30 qualifying ninjas face an even tougher obstacle course that includes the “Fallout” and “Spider Trap” obstacles. Ninjas include Daniel Gil, Barclay Stockett, Mathis “The Kid” Owhadi, Brent Steffensen and Abel Gonzalez.” NBC
3rd Choice: Monster Tag. “Aaron Rodgers, Lindsey Vonn, and Robert Gronkowski join forces with shark scientists to learn crucial information about shark populations and how to save our ocean’s top predators.” Discovery
1st Choice: Dietland. “Plum receives a cryptic message from an old friend, propelling her to find answers behind enemy lines.” AMC
2nd Choice: American Ninja Warrior. Continues on NBC.
3rd Choice: Great White Abyss. “Spotlighting Deep Blue, the largest and oldest great white shark known to man.” Discovery
1st Choice: Unapologetic With Aisha Tyler. The Dietland After Show. “Aisha Tyler recaps “Dietland” Episode 109 and tackles topical issues with honesty and humor. Guests: Tramell Tillman; Margaret Cho; Mira Sorvino.” AMC
2nd Choice: Cuba’s Secret Shark Lair. “In 1945, one of the largest sharks ever recorded was captured in Cuban waters, a great white named ‘El Monstruo.’ Two teams of researchers divide and conquer in search of Cuba’s massive great hammerhead in ‘The Queen’ and ‘El Monstruo’-sized great white.” Discovery
3rd Choice: Nazi Megastructures: Russia’s War. “The story of the Nazis’ fighting retreat from the Baltic to the heart of Berlin.” Nat Geo