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What to watch on Monday: ‘The Endgame’ debuts on NBC

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(All times Eastern.)

9-1-1: Lone Star (Fox at 8) Owen’s scrap with a police officer goes viral, and he decides to propose a softball game to quell the ongoing beef between the fire and police departments.

America’s Got Talent: Extreme (NBC at 8) Simon Cowell, Nikki Bella and Travis Pastrana judge this spinoff talent show hosted Terry Crews, where contestants perform absurd stunts.

The Bachelor (ABC at 8) Sarah is on the hunt for a fellow competitor who tried to sabotage her while the group travels to Vienna.

The Cleaning Lady (Fox at 9) Marco triggers Thony’s marital woes after her methods of getting Luca’s medical treatment come into question.

The Gilded Age (HBO at 9) Bertha, Marian, Aurora and Peggy set out to attend a speaking engagement with Clara Barton.

Snowpiercer (TNT at 9) Layton and Zarah’s big day is in peril because of terrorist attacks.

Promised Land (ABC at 10) Father Ramos lends Joe a hand, Lettie and Daniela bond, and Veronica digs into Michael’s past.


All American: Homecoming (CW at 9) This spinoff series follows a pair of HBCU college athletic stars — one in tennis and one in baseball — who must navigate campus dynamics.

The Endgame (NBC at 10) The new series chronicles a cat-and-mouse game between an arms dealer who’s plotting elaborate bank heists — while in custody — and the FBI agent tasked with stopping her.


Don’t Kill Me (Netflix) An Italian teen romance follows two lovers who die of drug overdoses, but the girl comes to and discovers she’s a part of a mysterious, violent world.

Independent Lens (Check local PBS listings) “Apart” follows three incarcerated mothers who are part of a prison program that will prepare them to manage the world they will reenter.


All American (CW at 8)

Below Deck Sailing Yacht (Bravo at 8)

Late Night

Tonight Show/Fallon (NBC at 11:34) Ben Stiller, Laverne Cox, Muni Long.

Late Show/Colbert (CBS at 11:35) Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Alt-J.

Late Late Show/Corden (CBS at 12:37) Haley Bennett, Sam Richardson, Sam Morril.

Late Night/Meyers (NBC at 12:37) Tom Holland, Alana Haim, Stevie Nistor.