What to watch on Monday, June 24...
7:30pm, Cartoon Network
It’s hard out there for a princess this week. In “Candy Streets,” LSP is the victim of a robbery but doesn’t get a glimpse of the culprit. Then, “Princess Potluck” is infiltrated by an incognito Gunter on Ice King’s orders.
8pm, ABC Family
Switched at Birth
Hoping to help Toby relieve his mounting stress, Bay lands his band a gig at a carnival. (Just don’t tell him the catch, which is that they’ll be paid entirely in funnel cake and novelty whistles.) Meanwhile in “The Good Samaritan,” Regina and Bay’s slovenly habits nettle Angelo, Kathryn recoils at Adrianna’s frequent drop-ins, and Jace shows Daphne the ropes of geocaching.
The Goodwin Games
Chloe reunites with a childhood chum and longtime admirer in “Happy Hour,” while Jimmy takes another stab at launching his ill-fated country music ambitions. Elsewhere, Jimmy learns a valuable lesson about the dangers of inadvertent sexting.
“Apocalypse Now” finds the writers of The Glades wondering how they can ride that sweet zombie wave while it’s still cresting, then cooking up a story about a corpse that vanishes from a zombie-themed 10K race. See, because the body is dead, and yet it seems to have walked away.
Alak and Christie’s nuptials are just around the corner in “The Bride Wore Black,” but I’m guessing the “something old” she had in mind for the ceremony was not the corpse of a long-missing businessman that suddenly turns up. The discovery rattles the town when it leads Nolan and Tommy to stones that many folks would just as soon leave unturned.
On the agenda in “Lost and Found”: Recovering a trove of artifacts pilfered from Warehouse 12 by a notorious pirate. Will guest-stars Anthony Head and Polly Walker prove to be a help or a hindrance in the hunt? And will anyone enlist the services of that parrot from last week’s Pretty Little Liars?
MINISERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, CBS
Under the Dome
Eerie goings-on bedevil the denizens of a small town in Maine, and... why, yes, this is based on a Stephen King novel—how’d you guess? In this case, the town is Chester’s Mill, the denizens include Dean Norris and Britt Robertson, and the eeriness centers on a massive, invisible dome that mysteriously imprisons the entire hamlet. Can they pull together to survive as fear mounts and resources diminish?
SEASON 26 PREMIERE, 10pm, PBS
The documentary series returns with “Homegoings,” a profile of Harlem director Isaiah Owens and his passion for his community’s burial and memorial traditions. The vérité-style feature includes interviews, archival photographs, and an in-depth exploration of the cultural history surrounding these funereal rites.
Stiles defends the werewolves in “Unleashed,” and I for one hope this means he’s defending them in a court of law, in full-on Clarence Darrow mode. Stiles could be a real pioneer in 21st century lycanthrope-rights jurisprudence, y’all.
King & Maxwell
The twosome looks into Carter’s alleged assault of an officer, a fracas that gets the FBI agent suspended in “Wild Card.” What they turn up is a smorgasbord of weirdness tied to Carter’s most recent case.
– Sasha Alexander, Sharon Osbourne, and Roy Wood, Jr., on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Sandra Bullock on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Maggie Gyllenhaal on The Daily Show, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Author Andrew Solomon on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Steve Carell, Ken Ilgunas, and Barenaked Ladies on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– Melissa McCarthy, Idris Elba, and Dale Watson on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– Liev Schreiber, Amy Schumer, and Iron & Wine on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Toni Collette and Dylan Moran on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS