"The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All" reunites booted contestants, assuring the network an extra night of decent ratings and a choir of hisses toward villain Chad Johnson, this season's most engaging character. Should JoJo marry this dude? Definitely not. But if she wants me to stick around for the final rose ceremony, she should use this special to invite the bad boy back into the flock.
7 p.m. KSTP, Ch. 5
All the rage again
"MADtv" gets resurrected by a whole new cast, including a former choir director, a Simon Cowell impersonator, a classical opera singer and an Iranian-American stand-up. The show, whose previous incarnation lasted 14 seasons, has never been as clever as "Saturday Night Live," but it deserves points for keeping an eye on diversity, both then and now.
8 p.m. WUCW, Ch. 23
Born to be alive
"Born This Way" harks back to the early days of "The Real World," when reality TV was actually more interested in young people's well-being and waved off social experiments that mixed alcohol with hot tubs. In the second-season premiere, the stars, who all have Down syndrome, flirt and fight before a social dance. The results may not light up social media, but this is well-intentioned, emotionally moving television that will make you feel a little more guilty the next time you find yourself engrossed in a "Real Housewives" marathon.
9 p.m. A&E