Mondays are more than alright tonight with a can’t miss episode of Dietland as our Top Pick to Watch (catch up with our latest recap here) followed by Unapologetic With Aisha Tyler (the Dietland after show), In the 8pm hour, spend some time with Bear G and Derek Hough on Running Wild With Bear Grylls.
1st Choice: Running Wild With Bear Grylls. “”World of Dance” judge Derek Hough joins Bear on a whirlwind adventure across the mountains of Bulgaria. Dropped amidst snow-capped peaks, Derek and Bear must ascend a jagged mountain ridge, make a steep rappel with Derek’s cell phone as their only safety, and swim a freezing lake to reach their destination. Along the way, Derek reveals his struggles with being bullied as a child, his devotion to his craft, and teaches Bear some much-needed dance moves.” NBC
2nd Choice: So You Think You Can Dance. “The auditions continue in New York as the judges search for the best dancers in the nation, before the Academy callbacks begin.” FOX
3rd Choice: Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings. “Gabriela and Tanner get the royal treatment as they renew their vows at the United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot. Over at Disneyland, Britney and Hans bring their vision of a pink-centric, sunrise wedding to life.” Freeform
1st Choice: Dietland. “In the final stage of The New Baptist Plan, Plum experiences the harsh reality of dating; Jennifer shocks with an unexpected target.” AMC
2nd Choice: People Magazine Investigates: Cults. “In the final stage of The New Baptist Plan, Plum experiences the harsh reality of dating; Jennifer shocks with an unexpected target.” ID
3rd Choice: American Ninja Warrior. “A qualifying round in Philadelphia.” NBC
1st Choice: Unapologetic With Aisha Tyler. The Dietland After Show. “Aisha Tyler recaps Dietland Episode 105 and tackles topical issues with honesty and humor. Guests: Tamara Tunie, Sasheer Zamata, and Bakari Sellers.” AMC
2nd Choice: American Ninja Warrior. Continues on NBC.
3rd Choice: Hitler’s Last Stand. “As winter sets in, U.S. Rangers must capture Hill 400, a strategic peak on the German border.” Nat Geo