What to Watch on Monday: <em>The Bachelor</em> revisits JoJo Fletcher’s <em>Greatest Season</em>

What to Watch on Monday: The Bachelor revisits JoJo Fletcher’s Greatest Season

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The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on ABC

It’s the Modern Family/Bachelor crossover you never knew you wanted. This week on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!, host Chris Harrison looks back on JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette with help from season 12 contestant Wells Adams and his fiancée, Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland. Harrison also checks in with fan favorites Evan (another season 12 suitor) and Carly, charming John Krasinski-lookalike Derek Peth, and season 15 stud/king of the “Quarantine Crew” Tyler Cameron — who shares some insights on his best friend, new Bachelor Matt James.

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And She Could Be Next

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Check local listings on PBS

Filmed during the historic 2018 midterm election cycle, this documentary follows various political organizers and candidates — all women of color, including Rashida Tlaib and Stacey Abrams — who are fighting to have a more inclusive and reflective government. “I was excited to participate because I believe that we have to evolve and expand what the face of leadership looks like in our country. And She Could Be Next is a pretty critical part of that conversation,” Abrams tells EW. “It was a delight to be able to share not only what happened, but the work that goes into being part of the representation of America. I’m honored to be part of how we evolve and what we see as leadership. If we keep doing the exact same thing, we’ll get the exact same results. But when we’re willing to look beyond what we are used to, and actually understand that leadership comes in different shapes, sizes, and colors and genders, then we will see a stronger and I think much more vibrant America.” —Gerrad Hall

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What ELSE to Watch

8 p.m.

Pariah (movie screening and Q&A with director Dee Rees and stars Adepero Oduye, Kim Wayans, and Aasha Davis) — Facebook

The Titan Games — NBC

9 p.m.

Below Deck MediterraneanBravo

Penn & Teller: Fool Us — The CW

I May Destroy You — HBO

The Wall — NBC

10 p.m.

Cannonball (sneak peek) — NBC

American Dad — TBS

Streaming

The Sommerdahl Murders (series debut) — Acorn TV

Stargirl — DC Universe

Search PartyHBO Max

Home Movie: The Princess Bride (series debut) — Quibi

*times are ET and subject to change

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