TV THIS WEEK

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SUN­DAY

There are mur­ders most foul in the three-part true­crime tale “Se­rial Thriller.” 7 and10 p.m. In­ves­ti­ga­tion Dis­cov­ery; also Mon.-Tue.

Broad­way’s best take a bow at “The 69th An­nual Tony Awards” hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cum­ming. 8 p.m. CBS Tyran­nosaurus rex is ready for his closeup in the new docu-spe­cials “Ul­ti­mate Dino Sur­vivor” and “T. Rex Au­topsy.” 8 and 9 p.m. Na­tional Geo­graphic Chan­nel Too many cooks: Twelve fi­nal­ists vie to be the next “Food Net­work Star” in the culi­nary com­pe­ti­tion’s eleventh go-round. 9 p.m. Food Net­work MONDAY

“The Fos­ters” re­turns for a third sea­son. Then, the new docu-se­ries “Be­com­ing Us” ex­plores one teen’s re­la­tion­ship with his trans­gen­der dad. 8 and 9 p.m. ABC Fam­ily “The Real House­wives of Or­ange County”— the mothership of the whole darn fran­chise— re­turns for a10th sea­son. 9 p.m. Bravo

The cop shows “Ma­jor Crimes” and “Mur­der in the First” are back with new episodes. 9 and10 p.m. TNT Ac­tress and “Momzil­las” au­thor Jill Kargman is the “Odd Mom Out” on New York’s tony Up­per East Side in this new com­edy. With Joanna Cas­sidy and “SNL’s” Abby El­liott. 10 p.m. Bravo TUES­DAY

“Hell’s Kitchen” is closed once the lat­est win­ner is re­vealed in the sea­son fi­nale. Guest judges in­clude Wolf­gang Puck. 9 p.m. Fox As­pir­ing fe­male rap­pers con­tinue rapping and as­pir­ing on the re­turn of the re­al­ity se­ries “Sis­ter­hood of Hip Hop.” 9 p.m. Oxy­gen Hey now! Jef­frey Tam­bor and Co­nan O’Brien are David Stein­berg’s guests on the sea­son fi­nale of “In­side Com­edy.” 11p.m. Show­time

WED­NES­DAY

Per­form­ers in­clud­ing Car­rie Un­der­wood, Kenny Ch­es­ney and Florida Ge­or­gia Line bring the twang at the “2015 CMT Mu­sic Awards.” 8 p.m. CMT

“Star Trek” fans face off against “Star Wars” fans for in­ter­ga­lac­tic brag­ging rights on a new episode of “Idiotest.” 8 p.m. GSN Two-tim­ing boyfriends, be­ware! Fed-up GFs are call­ing you out in the new un­scripted se­ries “Player Gets Played.” 9:30 p.m. Oxy­gen THURS­DAY

Those were the days: The de­but in­stall­ment of the eight-part “Me”-decade sur­vey “The Seven­ties” spot­lights such era-defin­ing TV se­ries as “All in the Fam­ily.” 6 p.m. CNN

The three-part do­cuseries “Womenin Prison” gets up close and per­sonal with the fe­male inmates of a max­i­mum-se­cu­rity fa­cil­ity in In­di­ana. 7 and10 p.m. In­ves­ti­ga­tion Dis­cov­ery

Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan are back as the tit­u­lar “Beauty and the Beast” on the fan­tasy drama’s sea­son pre­miere. 8 p.m. KTLA

Kelly Clark­son— the orig­i­nal “Amer­i­can Idol” and still the best— per­forms at the “iHeart Ra­dio Sum­mer Pool Party 2015.” With Nicki Mi­naj, Chris Brown, David Guetta and host Nick Jonas. 9 p.m. KTLA FRI­DAY

Speak­ing of women in prison, “Or­ange is the New Black” is back for a just-try-not-to-binge-watch-it third sea­son. With Tay­lor Schilling, Laura Prepon and Kate Mul­grew. Any­time, Net­flix The U.S women’s soc­cer team takes on Swe­den in early-round ac­tion at the “2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.” 5 p.m. Fox

Oh, man, the fu­ture?! The post-apoc­a­lyp­tic drama “De­fi­ance” is back for a third sea­son, fol­lowed by the new lost-in-space adventure “Dark Mat­ter.” 8 and10 p.m. Syfy So long, “Phineas and Ferb.” The beloved an­i­mated com­edy signs off with a one-hour fi­nale. 9 p.m. Dis­ney XD “No Good Deed” goes un­pun­ished in this 2014 thriller star­ring Idris Elba and “Em­pire’s” Taraji P. Hen­son. 9 p.m. Starz Stacy Lon­don’s “Love, Lust or Run” re­turns, fol­lowed by the new se­ries “Brides Gone Styled” and “Dare to Wear.” 9, 9:30 and 10 p.m. TLC “Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy” is a filmed ver­sion of the ac­tor-comic’s one man show about his ex­pe­ri­ences with gay adop­tion. 10 p.m. Show­time SATUR­DAY

Soul man: “42’s” Chad­wick Bose­man por­trays R&B leg­end James Brown in the 2014 bio-pic “Get On Up.” 7:30 p.m. HBO That’s what friends aren’t for in the new TV movie “I Killed My BFF.” With “30 Rock’s” Katrina Bowden. 8 p.m. Life­time Magic men: Ber­tie Carvel and Ed­die Marsan are, re­spec­tively, “Jonathan Strange& Mr Nor­rell” in this new ef­fects-laden fan­tasy se­ries set in early 19th cen­tury Eng­land. 10 p.m. BBC America It’s a grave sit­u­a­tion when Liam Nee­son and “Down­town Abbey’s” Dan Stevens take “A Walk Among the Tomb­stones” in this gritty 2014 crime tale. 10 p.m. Cine­max Ater­mi­nally ill cancer pa­tient pre­pares for the end in the documentary “I Am Dy­ing.” 10 p.m. Na­tional Geo­graphic Chan­nel Aw­ild and crazy guy col­lects ku­dos in the spe­cial “AFI Life Achieve­ment Award: A Trib­ute to Steve Martin.” 10 p.m. TBS Whoa, tough crowd! The spe­cial “Jeff Ross Roasts Crim­i­nals: Live From Bra­zos County Jail” puts the in­sult comic in front of a lit­er­ally cap­tive au­di­ence. 11p.m. Com­edy Cen­tral

Todd Antony BBC

ED­DIE MARSDAN costars in “Jonathan Strange & Mr Nor­rell” on BBC America.

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