Love Thy Neighbor The sitcom opens a new season with the newly engaged Linda ( Kendra C. Johnson) seeking help from Ella Payne ( Cassandra “Cassi” Davis) to plan her reception, while Floyd ( Palmer Williams Jr.) tries to repay his investment in the Love Train Diner. 6 and 9 p. m. OWN Another new episode immediately follows at 6: 30 and 9: 30. The Briefcase The controversial unscripted series ends its season with this new episode. 8 p. m. CBS Defiance In this new episode, Nolan and Amanda ( Grant Bowler, Julie Benz) are captured while digging up a weapons cache, and Berlin ( Anna Hopkins) sees a chance for revenge against Irisa ( Stephanie Leonidas) while investigating a bombing. 8 p. m. Syfy Killjoys What is expected to be a straightforward hostage exchange takes a deadly turn when a vengeful warlord strands the Killjoys in a bombed- out, restricted city wasteland. Aaron Ashmore, Hannah John- Kamen and Luke Macfarlane star in the new episode. 9 p. m. Syfy Dark Matter As Five ( Jodelle Ferland) explores the maze- like vent system of the ship, she makes a shocking discovery in this new episode. Marc Bendavid, Melissa O’Neil and Anthony Lemke also star. 10 p. m. Syfy American Diner Revival A campus fraternity nominates Walker’s Diner in Farmville, Va., for a makeover in this new episode. 10: 30 p. m. Food VICE Shane Smith meets with Kremlin officials and American leaders to discuss the rising tensions between them in the season finale. 11 p. m. HBO
In Performance at the White House This new special highlights the role gospel music has played in the American musical tradition. Performers include Aretha Franklin, Shirley Caesar and Emmylou Harris. 9 p. m. KOCE
Teen Beach 2 This new sequel to the 2013 musical comedy “Teen Beach Movie” picks up the action at the close of summer as the relationship between laid- back Brady ( Ross Lynch) and bookworm Mack ( Maia Mitchell) seems headed for a wipeout when they get a surprise visit from two characters from the 1960s movie musical “Wet Side Story” ( Grace Phipps, Garrett Clayton). Chrissie Fit, Jessica Lee Keller and John DeLuca also star. 8 p. m. Disney Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang Retired professional basketball player Dennis Rodman takes a team of former NBA stars to North Korea, visiting his friend dictator Kim Jong- un and hoping to improve international relations. 9 p. m. Showtime Guardians of the Galaxy
( 2014) 8 a. m. Starz Splash ( 1984) 9: 30 a. m. AMC The Graduate ( 1967) 10: 45
a. m. Sundance Edge of Tomorrow ( 2014)
12: 30 p. m. HBO Boyhood ( 2014) 12: 40 p. m.
TMC; 8 p. m. TMC The Wrong Girl ( 2015) 4 p. m.
Lifetime Dawn of the Planet of the
Apes ( 2014) 5: 45 p. m. HBO E. T. the Extra- Terrestrial
( 1982) 6 p. m. Encore
CBS This Morning Tony Schwartz, the Energy Project. ( N) 7 a. m. KCBS KTLA Morning News ( N) 7
a. m. KTLA Good Morning America Dierks Bentley performs. ( N) 7 a. m. KABC Good Day L. A. Director Liz Garbus (“What Happened, Miss Simone?”). ( N) 7 a. m. KTTV Live With Kelly and Michael Liam Neeson; Jim Parsons; Rixton performs. ( N) 9 a. m. KABC The View Mark Wahlberg; Naturi Naughton and Omari Hardwick. ( N) 10 a. m. KABC The Dr. Oz Show Joan Lunden’s battle with cancer. 10 a. m. KCOP The Doctors A young woman who survived the Boston Marathon bombings. 11 a. m. KCAL The Talk Dean Cain; Wanda Sykes; Constance Zimmer. ( N) 1 p. m. KCBS Meredith Vieira Barbra
Streisand. 2 p. m. KNBC Ellen DeGeneres Mark
Wahlberg. 4 p. m. KNBC Charlie Rose — the Week
( N) 7: 30 p. m. KOCE Washington Week With Gwen Ifill Supreme Court rulings on the Affordable Care Act and the Fair Housing Act: Pete Williams, NBC; Karen Tumulty, the Washington Post. Aftermath of Charleston Church massacre: Michele Norris, NPR; Alexis Simendinger. ( N) 8 p. m. KOCE To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbé Freelance economy. ( N) 10 p. m. KVCR Real Time With Bill Maher EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy; director Judd Apatow; Kristen Soltis Anderson; Mary Katharine Ham; Michael Eric Dyson. ( N) 10 p. m. HBO Tavis Smiley Kathy Bates.
( N) 11 p. m. KOCE Charlie Rose ( N) 11 p. m.
KVCR; 11: 30 p. m. KOCE The Tonight Show: Jimmy Fallon Benicio Del Toro; Taylor Kitsch; Penn and Teller. ( N) 11: 34 p. m. KNBC Jimmy Kimmel Live Jack
Black. 11: 35 p. m. KABC Late Night Mindy Kaling.
12: 36 a. m. KNBC Late Late Show Halle
Berry. 12: 37 a. m. KCBS
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GRACE PHIPPS stars in the summer sequel “Teen Beach 2” on the Disney Channel.