SERIES PREMIERE: CNN takes a stab at reinventing its morning news show with “New Day” (at 6 a.m.), hosted by Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan, with Michaela Pereira as news anchor, broadcast live from New York City.
The lucky 13 guys left on “The Bachelorette” (ABC at 8 p.m.) leave the swanky Malibu digs to accompany Des to Atlantic City, where the guys are forced to participate in a “Mr. America” pageant hosted by reigning Miss America Mallory Hagan. Plus, one bachelor is treated to a one-on-one date with musical entertainment from Darius Rucker.
It’s the season finale of “The Voice” (NBC at 8) on Tuesday, so on the final performance night, the remaining three acts — Michelle Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery and the Swon Brothers — try to impress the judges with their last songs.
Documentary “Love, Marilyn” (HBO at 9) reflects on Marilyn Monroe’s legacy, with a look back at her life through rare archival footage. There are also comments from modern-day celebs, along with a peek inside Monroe’s diaries, notebooks and personal letters.
A male stripper is found dead on “The Glades” (A&E at 9), and Jim must launch an investigation to find out what went wrong.
SERIES PREMIERE: “Honey Do” (TLC at 10, 10:30) solves the problem of a wife whose husband has been ignoring all the home improvement projects — send in a team of hunky handymen to complete the tasks, with or without their shirts.
Joss’s boss tries to make her life miserable on “Mistresses” (ABC at 10), while Savi has a tough time of her own at work when things get awkward with Dom.
Sean and Michelle are generally the ones investigating the crimes on “King & Maxwell” (TNT at 10), but when Michelle is seen as a suspect when a diplomat is nearly assassinated, Sean serves as her lawyer.
A strange artifact is found in a ritzy community on “Warehouse 13” (Syfy at 10), and Pete and Myka try to track down its origins.
Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly, actress Greta Gerwig and musical guests Quadron are on “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35).
“The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (NBC at 11:35) hosts actor Billy Crystal and a performance by Pitbull.