Dating dominates reality TV

Monday night channel surfers will get their fix of summer loving, as real-life dating shows invade tonight's TV schedule.

Beginning at 8 p.m., NBC offers back-to-back shots at romance. First, catch a repeat of last week's series premiere of "Age of Love," the show that attempts to determine if true romance transcends age boundaries. There's a new episode at 9 p.m., too.

Then, at 10 p.m., NBC offers the series premiere of "Science of Love: A Modern Experiment." In the hour-long show, a bachelor dates two women -- one chosen by simple attraction, the other selected based on his biological and psychological attributes.

If romantic bliss and catfights aren't your thing, turn to ABC. At 9 p.m., the network shows the season finale of "Ex-Wives Club," a show that's all about reconciling post-breakup angst. One of tonight's victims is a California man whose wife left him via instant message.