Running Wild with Bear Grylls (8pm, NBC) - Zac Efron joins Bear Grylls for a trek into the Appalachian Mountains in the series premiere of this show about celebrities testing their survival skills.
Bachelorette (8pm, ABC) - Andi makes her decision between hunky jock Josh Murray and vaguely shifty Nick Viall in the Season 10 finale. First, she goes on two last dates with the men and introduces them to her family. The season is recapped in a live interview show at 10.
Love Child (9pm, HBO) - A documentary chronicling the death of an infant who was neglected due to her parents' obsession with online gaming.
Hotel Hell (9pm, Fox) - An intervention is staged for a struggling 90-year-old hotel in Longview, Wash., with an alcoholic owner and an underpaid staff.
Major Crimes (9pm, TNT) - Luke Perry guests as the star of a cop show who becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a fan. The fact that Lt. Tao serves as a consultant on the show further complicates the case.
Murder in the First (10pm, TNT) - As Erich Blunt's trial comes toward its end, his attorney contemplates putting him on the stand.
Longmire (10pm, A&E) - Speaking of trials, Henry faces a setback in his.
Under the Dome (10pm, CBS) - Julia takes over as the new leader of Chester's Mill, after the town becomes divided over Big Jim and Rebecca's population-control plan.
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