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What to Watch on Monday: Maya Rudolph hosts her own variety show

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From “The Maya Rudolph Show,” (l-r) Maya Rudolph, Craig Robinson and Kristen Bell.

The Maya Rudolph Show (10pm, NBC) - Maya Rudolph presides over a variety show featuring skits and music performances, much in the tradition of old shows like “The Carol Burnett Show.” Guests include Andy Samberg, Kristen Bell, Fred Armisen, Chris Parnell, Craig Robinson, Sean Hayes and Janelle Monae.

Also on tonight . . .

Bones (8pm, Fox) - In the Season 9 finale, a conspiracy blogger’s death arouses suspicion when he dies before a scheduled meeting with Booth to discuss a previous case.

Warehouse 13 (9pm, Syfy) - In the series finale, the team learn that Warehouse 13 will be moving to a new location country and are asked by Mrs. Frederic to contribute to a time capsule, which each do after reliving the moment that defined their relationship to the top-secret storage facility for supernatural artifacts.

Mike & Molly (9pm, CBS) - As Season 4 ends, Molly ecstatic to be accepted into a prestigious eight-week writer’s workshop, but Mike isn’t thrilled about his wife being gone for the whole summer.

The Bachelorette (9:30pm, ABC) - The 10th season starts with Andi Dorfman meeting 25 potential suitors and a past “Bachelorette” trying to crash the party. The episode is dedicated to contestant Eric Hill, who died a few weeks ago from injuries sustained in a paragliding accident not related to the show.

Louie (10pm, FX) - Louie takes a friend out to lunch and later, runs into someone from his past.

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