LINDSAY 10 p.m., OWN
In the promos for this new docu-series about tabloid magnet Lindsay Lohan, Oprah Winfrey tells the actress she hopes she can beat her demons. Only Lohan herself, who complains of constant scrutiny, can determine if being followed by yet another set of cameras is the best approach to fighting that battle.
THE BACHELOR 8 p.m., ABC
The women had their chance to “tell all” and now Juan Pablo Galvais — a bachelor not lacking in confidence — makes his final decision and with it, one of the most derided seasons of this veteran fauxmance series comes to an end.
GAME OF ARMS 10 p.m., AMC
“Mad Men,” “The Walking Dead,” “Breaking Bad,” “Game of Arms.” OK, maybe AMC’s latest show, about arm-wrestling competitions, is not quite in the same league as its best programming but it’s great news for super-fans of Sylvester Stallone’s “Over the Top.”
BILLY ON THE STREET 11 p.m., Fuse
“Parks and Recreation” fans know Billy Eichner as the bizarrely agressive Eagleton city employee Craig. In this “Funny or Die”-produced man-on-the-street comedy series, Eichner is his bizarrely agressive, yet somehow endearing self, ambushing people with crazy questions. The participants are surprisingly game and the impromptu results shockingly funny. Look for cameos from Lena Dunham and Paul Rudd this season.
REVIEW 10 p.m., Comedy Central
Some critics are content to stay in one lane, opining about movies or food or television. In this new comedy Forrest MacNeil (Andy Daly, ”Eastbound & Down”) has bigger fish to filet. He is reviewing life itself. With experiences chosen by his audience, MacNeil doles out stars on the merits of everything from sleeping with a celebrity to running from the law to being a racist, and viewers get to watch what impact that has on his life, hopefully to comedic ends.
LIVE FROM SPACE 8 p.m., National Geographic
Soledad O’Brien hosts this special from Mission Control in Houston, where she will chat with astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Koichi Wakata who will be, you guessed it, live from space on the International Space Station. The ISS orbits the Earth every 90 minutes, so the two-hour special will cover one trip around the globe and a glimpse into the men’s lives aboard the station.
DEION’S FAMILY PLAYBOOK 10 p.m., OWN
It’s “Prime Time” in primetime as former NFL/MLB star Deion Sanders opens up his home for this reality series which documents his bustling family life with a passel of kids and relatives.