What to Watch: Mon, July 9

Good Morning America fans will definitely want to check out spin-off Good Afternoon America, featuring co-hosts Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer

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Good Afternoon America co-hosts Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer

Good Afternoon America (New Series)
1 p.m., Citytv & ABC
In this weekday afternoon spin-off of the long-running morning show, chipper co-hosts Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer will present an even lighter lifestyle-based show (if that’s even possible) featuring celebrity guests and musical performances for a nine-week test run during the summer.

8 p.m., Global
In an attempt to impress Juliet on her birthday, Shawn plans to surprise her by tracking down her estranged father, Frank (guest star William Shatner) so they can be reunited. When he finds out that Frank is a veteran con man, Shawn enlists his help to find an escaped safe cracker.

9 p.m., MC1
Sean finds himself unable to resist Morning’s sexy overtures, even though she’s still reeling from his wife’s foolish fling with Matt, who tries to make up for his role in the couple’s split by presenting them with lavish gifts. Meanwhile, the cast and crew prepare for the network debut of Pucks.

9 p.m., The CW
This series about the cutthroat modeling industry returns, taking viewers back to the beginning with “super agent” Paul Fisher attempting to deconstruct the way agencies around the world operate and allowing the models themselves to have more control of their careers.

Visions of Space
9 p.m. & Midnight, Knowledge
Tonight’s episode of this series, which looks at some of the most astounding architects of the 20th century, examines the work of Albert Speer, who earned notoriety as Adolf Hitler’s chief architect and Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production during the Second World War. Although Speers’ architectural work was stunning, his connection with the Nazis has caused his legacy to be permanently tarnished and most of his greatest work destroyed.

The Glass House
10:04 p.m., CTV & ABC
Now that the judge has denied CBS’s request to yank this show off the air over charges of copyright infringement due to its similarities to Big Brother, the whole thing hardly seems worth it given what a snooze this reality show turned out to be.