What to Watch: Mon, June 4
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Tyler Posey as transforming teen wolf Scott McCall
Teen Wolf (New Season)
5 p.m., 6 p.m., 9 p.m. & 10 p.m., MuchMusic
Tyler Posey returns as the nocturnally hirsute high-school student Scott McCall, who becomes a once-a-month creature of the night after being bitten by a werewolf. In the second season, Scott must continue to hide his dark secret from his friends and family while trying to maintain a normal teenage life. Things get even more awkward, however, when Battlestar Galactica’s Michael Hogan joins the cast as his girlfriend’s werewolf-hunting grandfather.
GTTV Presents: E3 All Access Live
9 a.m., Spike
As the latest in video gaming is announced from the E3 expo in Los Angeles, Spike’s team of gaming experts are there live with interviews and reviews of the upcoming year’s hottest releases during this live five-and-half-hour geekathon. If you’d rather save yourself a few hours, then wait for Spike’s one-hour highlights special at 7 p.m.
Brooklyn 11223 (New Series)
7 p.m. & 10 p.m., MTV Canada
Already being billed as the next Jersey Shore, this new reality series chronicles the day-to-day drama of two groups of perma-tanned 20-something girls from Gravesend, Brooklyn, including Christie, who can’t seem to get past the long-ago fling her former best friend had with her then-boyfriend.
Hell’s Kitchen (New Season)
8 p.m., Fox; 9 p.m., Citytv
Things get off to a fiery start as 18 wannabe chefs have their culinary skills challenged by chef Gordon Ramsay as they compete to win the grand prize: a coveted job as head chef at Gordon Ramsay Steak in Paris Las Vegas.
MasterChef (New Season)
9 p.m., CTV & Fox
If you can’t stand the heat, then you might want to stay away from Fox tonight as the new season of Gordon Ramsay’s other cooking competition begins. Judges Ramsay, restaurateur Joe Bastianich and chef Graham Elliot size up 100 eager-to-please contestants who offer up their signature dishes to determine who stays to compete and who goes home.
Chris Isaak Live! Beyond the Sun
11 p.m., KCTS
Roots rocker Chris Isaak and his band pay tribute to legendary producer Sam Phillips and his Sun Records label in this live concert performance of Isaak’s own tunes and compositions made famous by Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins and others.