TV TOP picks
1 When Calls the Heart 8 p.m. on (CBC) In a new episode called “A Telling Silence,” Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) takes a special interest in one of her young students, Rosaleen Sullivan (Mamie Laverock), who has not spoken since the mine disaster that killed her father and who seems terrified of drunken Wendell Backus (Duncan Ollerenshaw). Elsewhere, Jack (Daniel Lissing) looks into the mysterious circumstances surrounding the burning of Coal Valley’s only church. Another new episode immediately follows.
2 Daily Planet 8 p.m. on (DIS) As Discovery Channel Canada opens its wildly successful summer programming stunt Shark Week, co-hosts Ziya Tong and Dan Riskin step up with their own nightly lineup of absorbing programming revolving around all things “shark.” As always, expect cutting-edge technology and insightful revelations to be a part of these new episodes, along with, you know, a lot of fun.
3 The Simpsons 8 p.m. on (GLO) Ever get an e-mail claiming a member of foreign royalty wants to cut you in on a fortune? Moe (voice of Hank Azaria) did, and he wants to reclaim the money that was scammed from him in “The Princess Guide.” He thinks the Nigerian princess (voice of Yaya DaCosta, “Whitney”) being guarded by Homer (voice of Dan Castellaneta) can help. Joe Mantegna reprises his voice role as Fat Tony. Entrepreneur Richard Branson voices his animated likeness.
4 Celebrity Family Feud 9 p.m. on (ABC-B) It’s surely a family affair as siblings Penny and Garry Marshall head a team in the first contest of this new episode. The movie directors and several relatives compete against Dr. Phil McGraw and his clan — including wife Robin, a staple of his syndicated weekday show. Then, “Glee” alum Kevin McHale leads family members against some of veteran comedy actor Fred Willard’s, who’s been recurring lately on “Modern Family.” Steve Harvey is the host.
5 Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell 10 p.m. on (M1) Mr. Norrell’s (Eddie Marsan) magical illusions mystify the French navy, winning him the support of Sir Walter Pole (Samuel West), but the magician’s spell to resurrect Lady Pole (Alice Englert) inadvertently has released a malign faery spirit (Marc Warren) known as The Gentleman with the thistledown hair into Sir Walter’s household. Meanwhile, Jonathan Strange (Bertie Carvel), his powers growing, comes to London hoping to apprentice with a decidedly reluctant Norrell in the new episode “How Is Lady Pole?.”