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What to Watch on Monday: Bear Grylls takes a hike with Channing Tatum

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Bear Grylls (left) with Channing Tatum in “Running Wild with Bear Grylls.”

Running Wild with Bear Grylls (8pm, NBC) - This week, Bear Grylls takes actor Channing Tatum on a two-day trek through California’s Yosemite National Park. Naked. (Just kidding about the naked part. Or am I?)

Hotel Hell (9pm, Fox) - Gordon Ramsay visits a hotel in Starkville, Miss. (which we all know from that great Johnny Cash song, right?), which is in dire straits due to the owners’ financial difficulties.

Major Crimes (9pm, TNT) - Young women begin to vanish from a popular nightclub, resulting in a territorial war between Major Crimes and the Special Operations Bureau. Meanwhile, Fritz deals with health issues and Rusty’s mother is back (I think I speak for all of us when I say, “Enough of her, already!”).

The Fosters (9pm, ABC Family) - A Mexican street festival is held, but it’s not all fun and games for the Foster kids when Mat’s surprise offends Mariana and Callie.

Teen Wolf (10pm, MTV) - Scott carries out a dangerous plan, while Malia confronts her past.

Under the Dome (10pm, CBS) - Barbie discovers a new world when he descends further into the mysterious tunnel to search for Sam. The new place is familiar, yet filled with unanswered questions.

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