What to Watch on Monday: Closure for Walt in ‘Longmire’ season finale
08/03/2014 1:30 PM
08/01/2014 5:21 PM
Longmire (10pm, A&E) - In the Season 3 finale, closure finally seems possible for Walt in both his wife’s murder case and Henry’s trial. Also, just as a key discovery is made in the David Ridges case, Walt cannot deny that Branch’s erratic behavior is intensifying and he is a danger to himself and others. And as Vic’s marriage continues to unravel, she is forced to make an important decision about her future in Absaroka County.
Also on tonight . . .
Running Wild with Bear Grylls (8pm, NBC) - Last week it was Zac Efron in the Appalachian Mountains; this week Bear takes Ben Stiller for an adventure on Scotland’s Isle of Skye.
Bachelor in Paradise (8pm, ABC) - I’ll admit I watched “The Bachelorette” this season, but this is where I draw the line.
Partners (9pm, FX) - I wish I could say something nice about this new sitcom, apart from the fact that it stars two of my favorite TV actors – Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence. But if you can’t say something nice . . .
Nixon By Nixon: In His Own Words (9pm, HBO) - Clips of declassified audiotapes of White House conversations featuring candid observations by former president Richard Nixon on the Vietnam War, the Pentagon Papers, the Supreme Court, people of color, women, Jews and the media.
Hotel Hell (9pm, Fox) - Ramsay visits the Applegate River Lodge in Oregon, which is plagued by problems stemming from the acrimonious divorce of its formerly married co-owners.
Murder in the First (10pm, TNT) - The aftermath of the Erich Blunt verdict finds the department probing a new death swirling around a drug-addled socialite and her husband.
Under the Dome (10pm, CBS) - Barbie and Sam investigate a mysterious tunnel, but a cave-in severs their path back to Chester’s Mill. Meanwhile, Julia and Big Jim struggle for power as a dust storm sweeps through town.
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