on Tuesday, it’s over for ‘The Hills’
Monday: “Extreme Forensics” 8 p.m., ID: I know it’s not, but I like to imagine this series is about people who do autopsies while skydiving and stuff.
“The Closer” 8 p.m., TNT: Season 6 starts off with a bang as Brenda investigates a shooting death while the squad relocates to high-tech, new digs.
“Rizzoli & Isles” 9 p.m., TNT: They’re like this decade’s “Cagney & Lacey”! Series premiere.
“Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” 9 p.m., Travel: The quest for heartland food includes a stop in Austin.
Tuesday: “2010 MLB AllStar Game” 7 p.m., Fox: Are you ready for some football? Well, sorry, this is a baseball game.
“White Collar” 8 p.m., USA: Peter and Neal match wits with a sophisticated bank robber in the Season 2 opener. You can tell he’s sophisticated because he extends his pinky while cracking safes.
“The Hills” 9 p.m., MTV: It’s over! It’s over! Whoops, the people downstairs are yelling at me to stop jumping up and down. Series finale, folks.
“Covert Affairs” 9 p.m., USA: Piper Perabo stars as an FBI field agent in the series premiere of this actionpacked drama.
“The City” 9:30 p.m., MTV: It’s over! It’s over! Oh, wait, only the second season is over.
Wednesday: “Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown” 7 p.m., ABC: Chuck tries to trade Lucy to Peppermint Patty, but she wants Snoopy, too. And there’s probably the salary cap and free agency to contend with, too.
“The 2010 Espys” 8 p.m., ESPN: “Saturday Night Live’s” Seth Meyers honors athletes in Los Angeles at the 18th annual awards.
“Chasing Mummies” 9 p.m., History: I’m pretty sure the key to catching them is getting them to trip on the toilet paper they’re wrapped in. That’s how the bullies always caught me on Halloween. Series premiere.
“Psych” 9 p.m., USA: Shawn and Gus are back for Season 6. OK, it’s only the fifth season. Psych!
Thursday: “Mary Knows Best” 8 p.m., Syfy: I hope it’s not that Mary who shows up in the mirror when you say her name three times, but this is Syfy, so who knows? Series premiere.
“Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files” 9 p.m., Syfy: This new series follows a team that attempts to authenticate or disprove Internet videos. I hope the cats on the treadmills are real.
“The Green Room with Paul Provenza” 9:30 p.m., Showtime: Tommy Smothers, Martin Mull and Penn Jillette wrap up the inaugural season of this comedian chat fest.
Friday: “The Jensen Project” 7 p.m., NBC: Brady Smith and Kellie Martin go after a bad guy and bring their family closer together in this TV movie.
“Man, Woman, Wild” 8 p.m., Discovery: The Amazon jungle is explored in tonight’s series premiere.
“DC Cupcakes” 9 p.m., TLC: Sisters who own a bakery build ridiculous stuff out of cupcakes. I wonder if they’re shaped like Legos? (I mean the cupcakes, not the sisters.)
Saturday: “Persons Unknown” 7 p.m., NBC: This spooky, limited summer series moves from Monday nights due to low ratings.
“Celebrity Ghost Stories” 8 p.m., Bio: If anything here is dead, it’s the careers of these B-list actors. Season 2 premiere.
“Goblin” 8 p.m. Syfy: The middle of July seems like an odd time to run a Halloween movie, but then again we do most of our goblin at Thanksgiving.
Sunday: “On the Case with Paula Zahn” 9 p.m., ID: Season 2 concludes.
From left, Stephanie, Audrina, Kristin and Lo star in the Los Angeles-set reality series ‘The Hills.’ The show, which follows the lives of the Angelenos, comes to a close Tuesday.