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PGA Tour Golf
7:30 p.m., 10:30 p.m. on (GOLF)
A week after their sojourn to Scotland for the Open Championship, the PGA Tour comes back across the pond to Ontario for the RBC Canadian Open. Glen Abbey Golf Club near Toronto is a Jack Nicklaus-designed par-72 course that plays at 7,273 yards and is known for its Nos. 11-15 “valley holes,” which feature a cliff and several shots over and around water. Tim Clark came from behind to register a one-shot victory over Jim Furyk a year ago.
2 The Astronaut Wives Club
9 p.m. on
John Glenn (Sam Reid) officially launches his campaign for an Ohio political seat, with not only wife Annie (Azure Parsons) but also Rene Carpenter (Yvonne Strahovski) in his corner, in the new episode “In the Blind.” Alan Shepard (Desmond Harrington) fears his astronaut career may be about to end. Information about Gus Grissom (Joel Johnstone) rocks his wife Betty (Dominique McElligott) and threatens their marriage. Matt Lanter (“90210”) guest stars.
9:31 p.m. on Colin Hanks (“Fargo,” “Dexter”) guest stars as Christy’s (Anna Faris) neighbor — who well could become her latest romantic interest — in “Godzilla and a Sprig of Mint.” Her evening on her own takes quite a turn after she meets him. Bonnie and Alvin (Allison Janney, Kevin Pollak) are in the process of renewing their relationship when his ex-wife (guest star Beverly D’Angelo) suddenly shows up.
4 Wayward Pines
10 p.m. on A blackout strikes the town in the show’s season finale, “Cycle,” as Pilcher (Toby Jones) flips the switch that stops electricity from flowing. Ethan and Kate (Matt Dillon, Carla Gugino) try to ensure the safety of the residents during the crisis, while the older citizens do what they can to protect the future of Wayward Pines. Melissa Leo, Terrence Howard, Shannyn Sossamon and Reed Diamond also star. Hope Davis and Sarah Jeffery guest star.
5 Time Traveling With Brian Unger
10 p.m. on
In the new episode “Billy the Kid & Atomic History,” host Brian Unger time travels to the American Wild West to ride in the hoof prints of one of the country’s most famous and colorful outlaws. Later, he moves to 1940s New Mexico to revisit the story of the Manhattan Project and its development of the first atomic bomb at a topsecret military site.