What to watch on Monday, August 10...
8pm, ABC Family
Stef and Lena throw a 40th anniversary party for Lena’s parents in “Lucky,” even while their own relationship feels the strain. In other tumultuous twosomes, Callie and Brandon decide to spill the beans to their moms.
9pm, ABC Family
April and Leo adapt to married life in “As Long as We Both Shall Live,” what with all its joint checking accounts and quippy quarreling. But April fears that Leo’s long-term plans may prove unrealistic.
In “Suspicion,” Marisol believes Taylor knows more than she’s letting on about the murders, and not just because of all those Instagram pictures of her posing with the bodies hashtagged #Iknowwhathappened and #nottelling. Meanwhile, Ernesto’s plan endangers Rosie while Adrian’s past endangers his family.
9pm, Disney XD
Wander Over Yonder
In “The Fremergency Fronfract,” Wander shows a dentist-addled Lord Hater the perks of being the good guy, which includes more than just getting the show you’re on named after you. Then “The Boy Wander” reunites our hero with a nemesis from his past, the nefarious if oft-scoffed-at Dr. Screwball Jones (Weird Al Yankovic).
9:30pm, The CW
“Who’s Your Daddy?” finds Lydia suspecting that she’s pregnant, and urging Nate to keep mum on the matter until she knows for sure. Elsewhere, Harrison lets Jimmy know that he intends to re-woo his ex, and Emma pens a country ditty about Nate’s life since somebody already beat her to the “turn it into a sitcom” punch.
Neuland follows young immigrants in Switzerland as they participate in an integration class. Among the students, some of whom have been separated from their families or endured other personal hardships, are adolescents from Afghanistan, Cameroon, Serbia, and Venezuela.
As Stiles and Lydia search for the truth about Parrish, Scott plays the ol’ Help From an Unlikely Ally card in “Lies of Omission."
Murder in the First
Terry and Hildy slap the irons on a high-ranking officer in “Down Time,” and I have a hunch that will come up in their next performance reviews. Elsewhere, a new threat looms over Suger and Potrero, while Molk digs up troubling details about a potential prostitution ring.
With a weakened Drill on the ropes in “Homesick,” Wes seeks the president’s approval to gather the children in a protected zone. Don’t think of it as a McDonald’s play area ball pit, think of it as a government-sanctioned anti-evil-mojo McDonald’s play area ball pit.
– Sir Patrick Stewart, Lucy Punch, and Grace Potter on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Paul Scheer on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Zac Efron, Fran Lebowitz, and Amazing Grace on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Halle Berry and Josh Groban on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Bill Hader, Shepard Smith, Blue Jean Committee, and Jimmy Chamberlinon Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35am, NBC
– Lake Bell, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Little Mix on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS