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TV tonight: On ‘The Bachelor,’ how does it end for crushed Colton?

TV picks for Monday, March 11
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“The Bachelor” (8 p.m., ABC): So what now? Colton’s Fantasy Suite dates turned into a nightmare as Cassie took herself out of the running for the Bachelor’s heart, leaving him to suffer a teary, fence-jumping meltdown. Where did he go? Did he quit the show? What happened to Hannah G. and Tayshia? We’ll find out on Night 1 of a two-night finale (Yes, they’re drawing this thing out). Colton appears live tonight, explaining how he was handling this heartbreaking challenge. Past Bachelor favorites Blake Horstmann, Jason Tartick, Ben Higgins and Garrett Yrigoyen will also drop by to discuss the situation and how they think it will end for him.
“The Passage” (8 p.m., Fox): Season 1 of the drama series comes to an end with a rollicking two-hour finale. When the only way to stop Fanning and the virals’ escape from Project NOAH involves a dangerous explosion, Amy must be the one to decide what’s best for humanity.
“The Neighborhood” (8 p.m., CBS): When Gemma decides to fire a teacher at her school, she’s unprepared for the aftermath. Also, Calvin gets a surprise when he faces off with his newspaper carrier.
“John and Yoko: Above Us Only Sky” (9 p.m., A&E): This new two-hour “Biography” special ecalls the making of John Lennon’s 1971 album “Imagine.” With never-before-seen footage of Lennon and Ono from their private archive, the film delves into the depth of the creative collaboration between the couple and explores how the art, politics and music of the pair are intrinsically entwined.
“Punk” (10 p.m., Epix): This new four-part docuseries chronicles the quintessential story of the punk movement. It features interviews with America’s punk pioneers and the U.K.’s most notorious bands, alongside a seamless blend of rare and unseen photos, gritty archival film and video, and a crackling soundtrack of punk hits and misses, “Punk” explores the music, the fashion, the art and the DIY attitude of a subculture of self-described misfits and outcasts.
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“Manhunt” (Acorn TV): Based on a true story, this British miniseries features Martin Clunes as DCI Colin Sutton, who tenaciously pursued serial killer Levi Bellfield. The murder of French National, Amelie Delagrange in August 2004 was eventually linked to two other murders. Hard working and instinctive, DCI Sutton was assigned to the case and dedicated himself to finding Amelie’s killer. With no forensics, motive or witnesses, his painstaking approach and the diligence of his fellow officers gradually led to breakthroughs in the case.
“USA v. Chapo: The Drug War Goes on Trial” (6 p.m. PT, Facebook Watch): In 1993, Joaquín “Chapo” Guzman burst on the public scene. How did a small-time Mexican capo become notorious overnight? This five-part documentary series from Rolling Stone examines the infamous rise and takedown of “El Chapo.” It begins with an episode titled “Birth of the Myth.”
 Also on Monday:
“The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC)
“Arrow” (8 p.m., The CW)
“WWE Monday Night Raw” (8 p.m., USA)
“Love & Hip Hop“ (8 p.m., VH1)
“Man With a Plan” (8:30 p.m., CBS)
“Magnum P.I.” (9 p.m., CBS)
“Vanderpump Rules” (9 p.m., Bravo)
“Street Outlaws” (9 p.m., Discovery)
“Paranormal 911” (9 p.m., Travel)
“The Enemy Within” (10 p.m., NBC)
“The Good Doctor” (10 p.m., ABC)
“House Hunters” (10 p.m., HGTV)

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