8 p.m. on 2, 9, ‘‘The Bachelor’’ — He came this close to winning the heart of last season’s Bachelorette, Emily Maynard, before she sent him packing. Now Dallas insurance man Sean Lowe gets his own shot at love as the star of the reality behemoth’s 17th outing.
8 p.m. on 7, ‘‘Antiques Roadshow’’ — The season premiere from Corpus Christi, Texas, serves up a very pleasant surprise for one guest who brings in an oil painting by Diego Rivera. Painted in 1904 when he was just 18 years old, the piece is now valued at $1 million. The team also checks out a 1967 painting by Alexander Calder and more.
9 p.m. on BRAVO, ‘‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’’ — This special two-hour episode, ‘‘Vanderpump Rules,’’ sets the stage for the series premiere of Lisa Vanderpump’s spinoff. The show will feature Lisa trying to maintain control over the volatile staff of her West Hollywood restaurant, SUR — including server Scheana Marie, who had an affair with Eddie Cibrian while he was married to Lisa’s fellow Real Housewife Brandi Glanville.
9 p.m. on FAM, ‘‘Bunheads’’ — As Season 2 opens, several months have elapsed since the ‘‘Nutcracker’’ fiasco, and Michelle (Sutton Foster) is now staying with a friend and working with a small-time magician. With the studio closed, the dancers keep busy with other things: Ginny (Bailey Buntain) has taken over her mom’s real estate business, Melanie (Emma Dumont) is caring for her grandfather, and Boo (Kaitlyn Jenkins) is looking after her brother.
10 p.m. on 5, 8, ‘‘Deception’’ — Meagan Good stars in this new drama series as Detective Joanna Locasto, who is tasked with solving the mysterious death of wealthy party girl Vivian Bowers. Joanna quickly proceeds to uncover dark secrets and clues as she begins to see just how the other half lives ... and dies.
10 p.m. on 7, ‘‘POV’’ — Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries for journalists, thanks to drug cartels and corrupt government officials willing to permanently silence anyone who exposes their misdeeds. Bernardo Ruiz’s documentary ‘‘Reportero’’ profiles the brave souls behind the Tijuana-based newsweekly Zeta, who risk their lives — and sometimes lose them — by telling the truth.