Jul 15 2013, 9:16am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
On TV this Monday: Mistresses makes a big move, All My Children and One Life to Live have a summer (TV) fling, Siberia is a jungle and the MLB hits home. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
12 – 3:30 pm All My Children and One Life to Live (OWN) | Soap fans, rejoice! Enjoy a marathon of back-to-back half-hour episodes of The OnLine Network’s revival of AMC (from Noon to 1:30) and OLTL (starting at 2 pm). P.S. Happy 45th anniversary, Llanview!
8 pm Switched at Birth (ABC Family) | Daphne is torn between family obligations and spending time with Jace; Bay meets a medic who served with Ty in Afghanistan.
8:30 pm Kickin’ It (Disney XD) | Jack is offered a chance to be a sensei at the new Seaford dojo.
9 pm The Fosters (ABC Family) | Lena urges Callie to participate in group therapy… which can only go poorly. (Read preview from star Maia Mitchell.)
PREVIEW | King & Maxwell‘s Jon Tenney Cheers Chemistry and Costars, Hints at Fritz’s Major Crimes Encore
10 pm Mistresses (ABC) | Hurt that Savi didn’t tell her about the pregnancy or affair, Joss moves in with April. (Ouch.) Watch an exclusive sneak peek.
10 pm Teen Wolf (MTV) | Danger closes in on Scott, threatening his mentor and boss (oh right, it’s time for this big scoop!), while Kali goes after Derek.
10 pm Siberia (NBC) | Attractions grow between contestants, and two players claim they have spotted a tiger. (But only the romance gets captured on camera?!)
10 pm Push Girls (Sundance) | Tiphany invites the girls to Mexico to celebrate her 30th birthday.
Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!
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