All the world's a stage
I'm sure Shakespeare enthusiasts are thrilled about the ongoing attempts to "update" the Bard, most notably TNT's "Will" and ABC's "Still Star-Crossed." But those efforts pale in comparison with 1961's "West Side Story," with timeless songs such as "Somewhere," and 1993's "Much Ado About Nothing," Kenneth Branagh's adaptation with a star-studded cast that includes Denzel Washington and Michael Keaton.
7 p.m. TCM
The bold and the beautiful
Freeform soldiers on sans "Pretty Little Liars" with the help of "The Bold Type," a drama set in the offices of a glamorous women's magazine. No one goes missing in the two-hour premiere, but as "The Devil Wears Prada" taught us, you can't rule anything out.
8 p.m. Freeform
Death in the family
Guess there's no love lost between Jeff Mudgett and his great-great-grandfather H.H. Holmes. In the eight-part limited series "American Ripper," the descendant is determined to prove that his relative could now and forever be referred to as Just Jack.
9 p.m. History Channel