What to Watch Monday 8/5: Season Finale of The Fosters

Tonight catch all new episodes of Major CrimesGet Out Alive with Bear Grylls, The Fosters, Teen Wolf and Under the Dome.

What to Watch: Monday, August 5

9:00pm: Major Crimes, TNT (1 hr) NEW

The squad investigates the death of an unlikable agent leads the group to an old apartment complex. Meanwhile, Provenza faces the possibility of permanent desk duty.

9:00pm: Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls, NBC (1 hr) NEW

The mental and physical abilities of the six remaining duos are put to the test as they face a cavernous gorge. Their challenge is to cross the canyon on a rope hanging 100 feet from the gorge's mouth.

9:00pm: The Fosters, ABC Family (1 hr) SEASON FINALE

The whole family comes together to celebrate Stef and Lena's vows to each other; Lena's father presides over the ceremony while Stef's dad chooses to miss the wedding all together. Meanwhile, Callie must say goodbye to Wyatt indefinitely, but ends up on the receiving end of good news that concerns herself and Jude. Check out the preview below.

10:00pm: Teen Wolf, MTV (1 hr) NEW

While a torrential storm rages outside, Scott and Derek find themselves barricaded in an abandoned hospital.

10:00pm: Under the Dome, CBS (1 hr) NEW

Life is gained and lost in this week's episode as someone dies and a baby is brought into the world. Meanwhile, Big Jim, Linda, and Barbie hatch a plan to challenge Ollie for the town's remaining water supply.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and Sonny.


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