-- It's Channing Tatum's turn to rough it on "Running Wild With Bear Grylls," as he and Bear spend two days at Yosemite National Park. We assume they don't have reservations at the Ahwahnee Hotel. 8 p.m., NBC
-- During the Season 1 finale of "Murder in the First," some "shocking" secrets will be revealed. That's because "soothing" secrets wouldn't be nearly as fun. 10 p.m., TNT
-- "The Singles Project" claims to be America's first "real-time" interactive dating show. It gives viewers a chance to weigh in on -- and possibly affect -- the action as New York hotties seek love and romance. 10 p.m., Bravo
-- "The War Comes Home" is a moving special that follows two young veterans as they enter a new program to deal with the anguish of post-traumatic stress disorder and other personal hardships. Soledad O'Brien reports. 9 p.m., CNN
-- Sean Bean is one tough dude. After getting his head lopped off in "Game of Thrones," he bounces right back to lead the drama series "Legends." Bean plays an FBI agent who goes so deep undercover that he loses a grip on his own identity. 9 p.m., TNT
-- On the season finale of "Gang Related," Daniel (Jay Hernandez) uses his wedding to broker a deal between Javier and Lavar Quintel. Sounds like the honeymoon could be over before it starts. 9 p.m., Fox
-- They came, they saw, they made us guffaw. Now, the three finalists on "Last Comic Standing" will be pared down to one champion joker. Also: Judges Roseanne Barr and Russell Peters perform. 9 p.m., NBC.
-- The true-crime series "Cold Justice" caps off its second season with the oldest case Kelly and Yolanda have taken: the 1975 death of a young Indiana woman whose body was found in a bathtub full of water. 9 p.m., TNT
-- On the new reality series "Wingmen," we meet two pals who take an offbeat approach to their small-town food-truck business. Will they self-destruct, or fly to the top of the food chain? 10 p.m., OWN.
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