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The Woods­men This new se­ries fol­lows rugged in­di­vid­u­al­ists who have left so­ci­ety be­hind to live in the deep forests of the Pa­cific North­west. 9 p. m. History Chan­nel Amer­i­can Ge­nius The ri­val­ries be­tween physi­cists Werner Heisen­berg and Robert Op­pen­heimer and in­ven­tors Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edi­son are re­vis­ited in back- to- back new episodes. 9 and 10 p. m. Na­tional Ge­o­graphic Ma­jor Crimes Jamie Bam­ber re­unites with for­mer “Bat­tlestar Galac­tica” costar Mary McDon­nell when he guest stars on a new episode of this cop drama. 9 p. m. TNT POV The se­ries opens a new sea­son with the doc­u­men­tary “Out in the Night,” about four gay, African Amer­i­can fe­male friends who found them­selves fac­ing crim­i­nal charges af­ter a vi­o­lent en­counter with a stranger in New York’s Green­wich Vil­lage in the sum­mer of 2006. 10 p. m. KOCE Forged in Fire Pro­fes­sional sword­smiths are tasked with re- cre­at­ing Ja­panese katanas in the de­but in­stall­ment of this re­al­ity com­pe­ti­tion. 10 p. m. History Chan­nel


Home & Fam­ily Wed­ding Spe­cial Paige Hem­mis (“Ex­treme Makeover: Home Edi­tion”) and Aussie singer Jason Short tie the knot in a spe­cial prime- time edi­tion of this day­time show. 8 p. m. Hall­mark Chan­nel


Christo­pher Lee marathon Turner Clas­sic Movies’ mul­ti­ple- f ilm trib­ute to the late Bri­tish ac­tor in­cludes the vintage vam­pire tales “Hor­ror of Drac­ula,” “Drac­ula, Prince of Dark­ness” and “Drac­ula Has Risen From the Grave,” as well as the 1973 swash­buck­ler “The Three Musketeers” and its 1975 se­quel, “The Four Musketeers.” 6: 30, 8 and 9: 45 a. m., 1 and 3 p. m. TCM Eter­nal Sun­shine of the Spot­less Mind ( 2004) 10: 15 a. m. Sun­danceTV Fan­tas­tic Mr. Fox ( 2009) 11 a. m. IFC Rocky II ( 1979) 11: 50 a. m. Encore In­fa­mous ( 2006) 12: 30 p. m. Sun­danceTV Enough Said ( 2013) 1: 15 p. m. HBO The God­fa­ther ( 1972) 2 and 6 p. m. AMC Juras­sic Park ( 1993) 3 p. m. Syfy Boy­hood ( 2014) 3: 30 p. m. TMC


CBS This Morn­ing ( N) 7 a. m. KCBS To­day Seth MacFar­lane; Meghan Markle; John Cena; David Visentin and Hi­lary Farr (“Love It or List It”); comic Spike Fer­esten. ( N) 7 a. m. KNBC KTLA Morn­ing News ( N) 7 a. m. KTLA Good Morn­ing Amer­ica Joe Man­ganiello; Tori Kelly per­forms. ( N) 7 a. m. KABC Good Day LA Ben Barnes; soc­cer player Joy Fawcett; Tommy Chong. ( N) 7 a. m. KTTV Live With Kelly and Michael Joe Man­ganiello; Deion San­ders. ( N) 9 a. m. KABC The Wendy Wil­liams Show 9 a. m. KCOP The View Wil­liam Hurt; Rachel Smith. ( N) 10 a. m. KABC The Queen Lat­i­fah Show Reese Wither­spoon. 10 a. m. KCAL The Dr. Oz Show 10 a. m. KCOP The Doc­tors 11 a. m. KCAL The Wendy Wil­liams Show Celebrity makeup artist. ( N) 11 a. m. KTTV The Talk Adam Ro­driguez; guest co- hosts; Va­lerie Bertinelli and Drew Brees. ( N) 1 p. m. KCBS Rachael Ray 1 p. m. KABC The Mered­ith Vieira Show Michelle Wil­liams; Howie Man­del; David Burtka. 2 p. m. KNBC The Dr. Oz Show Treat­ing ail­ments with­out drugs. ( N) 2 p. m. KTTV Dr. Phil Teens film their wild be­hav­ior and post it online. 3 p. m. KCBS Steve Har­vey 3 p. m. KNBC The Real 3 p. m. KTTV The Ellen DeGeneres Show Bill Mur­ray; Shai­lene Wood­ley; Lady An­te­bel­lum per­forms. 4 p. m. KNBC Char­lie Rose ( N) 11p. m. KVCR, 11: 30 p. m. KOCE, 1 a. m. KLCS Tavis Smi­ley Charleston, S. C., church shoot­ing. ( N) 11 p. m. KOCE The Daily Show With Jon Stewart ( N) 11 p. m. Com­edy Cen­tral StarTalk TV pro­ducer Nor­man Lear. ( N) 11 p. m. Na­tional Ge­o­graphic Chan­nel Co­nan Judd Apa­tow; Ash­ley Tisdale; Fort Mi­nor per­forms. ( N) 11 p. m. TBS The Nightly Show With Larry Wil­more ( N) 11: 31 p. m. Com­edy Cen­tral The Tonight Show Star­ring Jimmy Fal­lon Seth MacFar­lane; Am­ber Heard; Leon Bridges per­forms. ( N) 11: 34 p. m. KNBC Jimmy Kim­mel Live 11: 35 p. m. KABC Late Night With Seth Mey­ers Maya Ru­dolph; Joe Man­ganiello; Belle & Se­bas­tian per­form. ( N) 12: 36 a. m. KNBC The Late Late Show With James Cor­den Rus­sell Crowe; Kathryn Hahn; Ed­die Iz­zard; Ko­da­line per­forms. 12: 37 a. m. KCBS Night­line ( N) 12: 37 a. m. KABC Last Call With Car­son Daly 1: 37 a. m. KNBC


Soc­cer The U. S. women’s team takes on Colom­bia in the Round of 16 at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. 5 p. m. FS1 For more sports on TV, see the Sports sec­tion.

Uni­ver­sal Pic­tures

CHRISTO­PHER LEE as Drac­ula in “Hor­ror of Drac­ula,” air­ing on Turner Clas­sic Movies.

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