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The Bachelorette

As Desiree's latest search for romance nears an end, she embarks on another new adventure in the first half of a special two-part episode. Hosted by Chris Harrison, this reality-TV series follows a woman's quest for romance among eligible suitors. ABC, 8 p.m.

Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls

The teams face another gruelling leg of their journey as they traverse the unforgiving wilderness of New Zealand's South Island in this new edition. Renowned survival expert Grylls acts as judge and jury as he decides which team will be sent home. Global/NBC, 9 p.m.

Siberia

Sixteen contestants arrive in a remote region ready to compete on a reality show, but tragedy strikes when one of them is injured. This one-hour, Winnipeg-shot drama chronicles the contestants' efforts to survive in an area with a mysterious past. NBC, 10 p.m.

Talk shows

George Stromboulopoulos: Gordon Pinsent

Jay Leno: Kristin Bell, Phillip Phillips

David Letterman: Denzel Washington, James McCartney

Jimmy Kimmel: Neil Patrick Harris

Craig Ferguson: Courtney Love

Jimmy Fallon: Mark Wahlberg, J. Mascis

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 29, 2013 D2

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