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The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!


Back in 2007, Bachelor Brad Womack did the unthinkable: He rejected both women at the final rose ceremony! This week on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!, we'll relive Womack's infamous "journey," as well as his second go-round as Bachelor in 2011. Notable guests include the original scorned "ladies," DeAnna Pappas (now Stagliano) and Jenni Croft (now Jenni Croft Badolato), Brad Womack himself, and Brad Womack's amazing quarantine beard. Host Chris Harrison also checks in with former Bachelorette Ashley Rosenbaum and her husband J.P., who gives an update on his recent health battle, as well as former Bachelorette (and current firebrand) Emily Maynard Johnson. But seriously, rose lovers, you've just gotta see Brad's beard. It's… something. —Kristen Baldwin

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Die Hart

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Quibi

Series Debut

Kevin Hart: action star? That's the question posed by Quibi's Die Hart, which sees the comedian, playing himself, attempting to become a big-screen action hero. It won't be easy: He'll have to survive a rigorous Action Star School run by the unhinged Ron Wilcox (John Travolta) and spar with a tough-minded rival student (Nathalie Emmanuel). "We had an amazing team of stunt coordinators, and stuntmen, stuntwomen, and they all worked with Nathalie day in, day out," Hart quips. "Now, me on the other hand, you're talking about a guy that has raw, authentic talent and comfort within the space of action and stunts. So it was more of a show-up-and-go thing for me." Yup, that tracks. —Tyler Aquilina

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The Best of Jeopardy!'s First Decade

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Check local listings

With production still suspended because of this persistent pandemic (what is COVID-19?), Jeopardy! is opening up its archive for the first time ever. Starting Monday, the beloved quiz show will kick off a four-week event highlighting memorable contestants, exciting moments, and unique tournaments from the show's 36-year history. This week's shows will consist of the best installments from Jeopardy!'s first decade, beginning with the very first episode, which originally aired Sept. 10, 1984. Tune in to relive the show's earliest days — complete with Alex Trebek's iconic mustache. —TA

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What ELSE to Watch

8 p.m.

Hoarders (season premiere) — A&E

The Titan Games — NBC

9 p.m.

Below Deck Mediterranean — Bravo

Penn & Teller: Fool Us — The CW

All-Star Best Thing I Ever Ate (special series debut) — Food Network

When Sharks Attack (season premiere) — Nat Geo

10 p.m.

American Greed: Biggest Cons (series debut) — CNBC

Sharks vs. Dolphins: Blood BattleNat Geo

Dateline NBC: The Day Jennifer DisappearedNBC


Mount Pleasant (U.S. season premiere) — Acorn TV

Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love (Part 2 premiere) — Netflix

The Andy Cohen Diaries (series debut) — Quibi

Field Trip (Curtis Stone food/travel series debut) — Tastemade

*times are ET and subject to change