Participants in the 1990s docu-series "Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp" may never have become as famous as the members of the Mickey Mouse Club, but there was enough enthusiasm to merit a reboot, with a new generation of kids surviving campfire stories, homesickness and wedgies at Camp Waziyatah in Waterford, Maine. The series will air Mondays through Thursday for the next four weeks.
6:30 p.m., Disney Channel
The latest episode of "Great American Railroad Journeys" could have been subtitled "Twin Cities for Dummies." Host Michael Portillo, a former member of the British Parliament, pulls into Minneapolis-St. Paul for the first leg of a trip along the Mississippi River. But while Portillo talks a lot about choo-choos, he ends up spending more time on foot than on the tracks with mostly predictable stops: Mickey's Diner, Fort Snelling and the Commodore Hotel. But stick around for the final 10 minutes, when Portillo gets on board a Hiawatha luxury train docked in northeast Minneapolis, a ride that may be foreign to even Twin Cities veterans.
9 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2
What a concept
"Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind" is the perfect companion piece to Dave Itzkoff's recent biography of the late comedian, with the emphasis on great clips rather than analysis. Itzkoff is an insightful journalist, but sometimes seeing is believing. David Letterman, Billy Crystal and Pam Dawber are among the famous friends looking back.
7 p.m., HBO