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SUN­DAY

“Juno” direc­tor Ja­son Reit­man looks at dis­con­nect in the dig­i­tal age in the 2014 drama “Men, Women& Chil­dren.” With Adam San­dler, Jen­nifer Gar­ner and Judy Greer. 8 p.m. Epix

Showthem the money! “Mother Fun­ders” try to raise big bucks for their kids’ el­e­men­tary school in sub­ur­ban Ge­or­gia in this re­al­ity se­ries. 9 p.m. Bravo

Win­ter is com­ing— fi­nally— on “Game of Thrones.” But sum­mer’s al­most here, which means it’s time for the hit fan­tasy drama to go away till next spring. 9 p.m. HBO

“Sil­i­con Val­ley” and “Veep” also end their re­spec­tive sea­sons. 10 and 10:30 p.m. HBO

MON­DAY

“The Ter­mi­na­tor’s” Linda Hamil­ton presents true-life tales of women who fought back against their at­tack­ers in the new se­ries “Over My Dead Body.” 7 and 7:30 p.m. In­ves­ti­ga­tion Dis­cov­ery

The five-part minis­eries “Texas Ris­ing” concludes. 9 p.m. His­tory Chan­nel

One of the first-ever same-sex cou­ples to legally marry— way back in1975— shares their story in the doc­u­men­tary “Limited Part­ner­ship” on a new “In­de­pen­dent Lens.” 10 p.m. KOCE

Lucky Lu­ciano, Meyer Lan­sky and Bugsy Siegel are in the lineup in the eight­part docu-se­ries “The Mak­ing of the Mob: New York” hosted by “Good­fel­las’ ” Ray Liotta. 10 p.m. AMC

Ev­ery­thing you al­ways wanted to knowabout “Masters of Sex” butwere afraid to ask is re­vealed on a new edi­tion of “Be­hind the Story With the Pa­ley Cen­ter.” 11p.m. Sun­dance TV

TUES­DAY

The U.S. women’s soc­cer team takes on Nige­ria as early-round play con­tin­ues

at the “2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.” 5 p.m. Fox It’s 8 o’clock... Doyou know where your chil­dren

are? A new “Nick News With Linda Eller­bee” weighs the pros and cons of wear­able— and track­able— dig­i­tal de­vices for your kids. 8 p.m. Nick­elodeon

Angie Har­mon and Sasha Alexander are back as “Riz­zoli& Isles” in the crime drama’s sixth-sea­son pre­miere. 9 p.m. TNT

In case you don’t get enough Mid­dle East tur­moil by watch­ing the evening news, the po­lit­i­cal thriller “Tyrant” is re­turn­ing for a sec­ond sea­son. 10 p.m. FX

Some­times youwant to go... where every­body cuts your hair, like the Bos­ton bar­ber­shop that’s the set­ting for newsit­com “Clipped.” With Ash­ley Tis­dale and “Cheers’ ” Ge­orge Wendt. 10 p.m. TBS

Is this all there is? A sur­geon (Jen­nifer Beals) and her bil­lion­aire em­ployer (Matthew Mo­dine) seek “Proof” of life af­ter death in this new drama. 10 p.m. TNT

WED­NES­DAY

“Rent,” sch­ment. “Wicked,” schmicked. “Duck Dy­nasty’s” Robert­son clan gets their very own Las Ve­gas stage showin the new

spe­cial “Duck Com­man­der: Mak­ing the Mu­si­cal.” 9 p.m. A&E

The Vic­to­rian-era crime drama “Rip­per Street” wraps its third sea­son. With Matthew Macfadyen and Jerome Flynn. 10 p.m. BBC Amer­ica

The Cold War heats up for one East Ger­man twen­tysome­thing (Jonas Nay) in the new es­pi­onage drama “Deutschland 83.” 11p.m. Sun­dance TV

THURS­DAY

Stand by your space­man: “Reba’s” JoAnna Garcia Swisher and “24’s” Yvonne Stra­hovski star in the new 1960s -set drama “The As­tro­naut Wives Club” based on Lily Kop­pel’s best­seller. 8 p.m. ABC

“Spin City’s” Jen­nifer Es­pos­ito joins the cast of “Mis­tresses” in the soapy drama’s third-sea­son pre­miere. 9 p.m. ABC

Dudes! Chris Pratt and Liam Nee­son are among the hon­orees at “Guys Choice 2015” hosted by “Em­pire’s” Ter­rence Howard and Tara jiP. Hen­son. 9 p.m. Spike

“Com­pli­ca­tions” arise when an ER doc­tor (Ja­son O’Mara) saves the life of a young­ster dur­ing a gan­gre­lated shoot­ing in this new drama. 9 p.m. USA

Out­doorsy types find them­selves “Alone” again, nat­u­rally, in this new wilder­ness-sur­vival chal­lenge. 10 p.m. His­tory Chan­nel

FRI­DAY

A blended fam­ily hits the high seas for “One Crazy Cruise” in this new TV movie. 8 p.m. Nick­elodeon

So­prano Renée Flem­ing is “The Merry Widow” in Tony win­ner Su­san Stro­man’s stag­ing of the Franz Le­hár op­eretta on a new “Great Per­for­mances at the Met.” 9 p.m. KOCE

A mar­tinet of a mu­sic teacher (Os­car win­ner J.K. Sim­mons) lays the beat downon an as­pir­ing jazz drum­mer (Miles Teller) in writer-direc­tor Damien Chazelle’s 2014 drama “Whiplash.” 9 p.m. Starz

In­ter­ga­lac­tic bounty hun­ters called “Killjoys” are com­ing to a wretched hive of scum and vil­lainy near you in this new-ac­tion-adventure se­ries. 9 p.m. Syfy

The white and nerdy “Weird Al” Yankovic is in­ducted into “Col­lege Hu­mor’s Com­edy Mu­sic Hall of Fame” in this first an­nual cer­e­mony hosted by Paul F. Tomp­kins. 10 p.m. IFC

SATUR­DAY

Go­ing, go­ing, “Gone Girl.” Ben Af­fleck and Rosamund Pike star in David Fincher’s twisty and twisted 2014 thriller adapted fromthe Gil­lian Flynn best­seller. 8 p.m. HBO

The clone-tas­tic Ta­tiana Maslany closes out an­other sea­son of the science-fic­tion drama “Or­phan Black.” 9 p.m. BBC Amer­ica

“The Won­der Years’ ” Dan­ica McKel­lar may have found the “Per­fect Match” in this newro­man­tic com­edy. 9 p.m. Hall­mark Chan­nel

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MILES TELLER in the 2014 drama “Whiplash” air­ing on Starz.

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