What's on TV this week: Marilyn Monroe, Michelle Obama, dinosaurs, Duran Duran and more

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They’ll be moving back in to the “Summer House” as the reality series returns for Season 6. 9 p.m. Bravo

A white filmmaker gets schooled by adult students of color on the subject of racism in the documentary “A Reckoning in Boston” on a new “Independent Lens.” 10 p.m. PBS


“Younger’s” Hilary Duff has some explaining to do in “How I Met Your Father,” a new sitcom inspired by the 2005-14 series “How I Met Your Mother.” Anytime, Hulu

Not cricket: The tale of a British scam artist who left a trail of broken lives in his wake is retold in the new true-crime docuseries “The Puppet Master: Hunting the Ultimate Conman.” Anytime, Netflix

The show must go on, though the omicron variant begs to differ, in “Reopening — The Broadway Revival” on a new “Great Performances.” 9 p.m.


The unscripted series “Storage Wars” hits the 300-episode mark. 9:30 p.m. HGTV


It’s not all about tacos, but there will be plenty of those, in the new foodie travelogue “Heavenly Bites: Mexico.” Anytime, Netflix

Celibacy rules and promiscuity drools in new episodes of the reality competition “Too Hot to Handle.” Anytime, Netflix


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