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What to Watch on Monday: Millionaire starts to squirm on ‘Murder in the First’

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Tom Felton stars as Erich Blunt, a tech millionaire suspected of murder in TNT’s “Murder In The First.”

Murder in the First (10pm, TNT) - Tech millionaire Erich Blunt takes a lie-detector test in a bid to change the public’s perception of him (as a murdering sociopath). Meanwhile, problems surround a past suspect’s alibi, which could derail the case against Blunt.

Also on tonight . . .

Bachelorette (8pm, ABC) - Andi takes the remaining four bachelors on tours of their hometowns, and learns -- shock -- that the farmer expects the district attorney to consider being a “homemaker.” (Yeah, he’s gone.)

Major Crimes (9pm, TNT) - A murder in a hotel room is investigated in a case that comes with potential international repercussions. Elsewhere, Rusty mulls over how to share some personal information with the squad.

24: Live Another Day (9pm, Fox) - Jack leads Kate and Mark on a mission to avert an international crisis, as Audrey tries diplomatic means to avoid full-scale war.

The Fosters (9pm, ABC Family) - Callie sets out to remove the barriers to her adoption, while Lena applies for a promotion at work.

Under the Dome (10pm, CBS) - As promised last week, Stephen King killed off two of the series’ major characters in last week’s Season 2 premiere. Tonight, Barbie risks his ice to help Rebecca save the Chester’s Mill food supply when she discovers an infestation of butterfly eggs on the town’s crops.

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