Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Monday, July 6. All times are Eastern.
Odd Mom Out (Bravo, 10 p.m.): As we learned at the end of last week’s episode, Brooke’s in labor and she’s having this baby the natural way. Jill rushes over to help deliver the child. Meanwhile, Andy and Lex decide to go technology-free for an afternoon and presumably last longer than Vanessa did last week.
In the latest installment of Random Roles, Joshua Alston spoke with Malik Yoba about dying on Empire, Cool Runnings, and other appearances. Also, call your sisters and brothers, because it’s Siblings Week at The A.V. Club! And it’s also Incest O’Clock, thanks to Genevieve Valentine, who has a For Our Consideration about the staying power of incest storylines. We also have a list of pop culture siblings you may or may not have known about.
So You Think You Can Dance (Fox, 8 p.m.): As callbacks continue in Las Vegas, the Top 20 are selected for the stage and street categories.
The Bachelorette (ABC, 8 p.m.): Kaitlyn is still looking for love in Killarney, Ireland, and one of the remaining bachelors scores a one-on-one date on Innisfallen Island. One eager beaver also confesses his love to Kaitlyn. However will she choose?
The Fosters (ABC Family 8 p.m.): An empty pregnancy test box has everyone postulating who could possibly be pregnant. Callie and Brandon take a sporadic trip to Mexico.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (The CW, 8 p.m.): Season two returns! Magicians—a nicer term for liars—Jon Armstrong, Xavier, Greg Dow, and Steve Brundage try their best to fool Penn and Teller with their trickery.
Snowpiercer (Showtime, 6:55 p.m.): If you want to be in a weird mood for the rest of your Monday evening, watch Snowpiercer.
Varsity Blues (ABC Family, 6 p.m.): It’s the Beek! The Beek from The Creek!
MLB Baseball: Cardinals At Cubs (ESPN, 8 p.m.): Look, the best sports you’ll watch all day today is the Wimbledon Round of 16, when Venus Williams faces younger sister (and favored player for this match) Serena Williams. But that’s what’s on this morning, and this is What’s On Tonight, so we guess you can watch baseball or whatever. (Coverage of Wimbledon Round of 16 for both men and women starts at 7 a.m. EST on ESPN and ESPN3 though, if you’re interested).
True Detective: Maybe you watched “Maybe Tomorrow” yesterday or maybe you watched it today. Either way, read Erik Adam’s take today—or maybe tomorrow.