What to Watch on Monday: Hannah Brown stirs up more drama, and a runway show on The Bachelor
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HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on ABC
First, the most important news: Tonight's episode of The Bachelor is only two hours long. But producers have packed a substantial amount of drama into week two of Peter's "journey" to find "love." The Endless Hannah Brown Saga will finally come to a conclusion tonight, and viewers will also bear witness to a tearful and tense cocktail-party confrontation that centers on a "stolen" bottle of champagne.
There will be more tears during a fashion show group date — and not just because legendary (and legendarily brutal) supermodel Janice Dickinson is judging the "ladies" on their runway walks. —Kristen Baldwin
The New Pope
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on HBO
Move over Jude Law, there's a new pope in town! John Malkovich is taking over papal duties on HBO's The New Pope, a continuation of Law's The Young Pope from 2016. For nine episodes, Malkovich will bring to life Pope John Paul III, born Sir John Brannix, with Paolo Sorrentino returning as director.
Although not much is known about what fans can expect from the papacy under the newly minted Pope John Paul III, a teaser from November confirmed Law would be returning as Pope Pius XIII. When the series premieres, Pope Pius is still in a coma as the papal conclave chooses Brannox as their next holy leader. —Rosy Cordero
What ELSE to Watch
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