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Beat the Champions Amateur athletes go up against superstars like Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin, former NBA player Scottie Pippen and Super Bowl champ Rob Gronkowski in this new reality series. 8 p. m. Fox Zoo James Wolk, Kristen Connolly and Billy Burke star in this new drama, based on the James Patterson bestseller, about mysterious and seemingly coordinated animal attacks on humans all over the world. 9 p. m. CBS Teen Wolf The supernatural drama starring Tyler Posey wraps up its twonight f ifth- season premiere. 9 p. m. MTV An Idiot Abroad Karl Pilkington from “The Ricky Gervais Show” f inds himself in China, where he tries to learn kung fu and also visits the Great Wall, in the debut installment of this series. 9 p. m. Travel Channel I Can Do That Snoop Dogg and the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders help close out the freshman season of this variety- show challenge. 10 p. m. NBC Frontline Transgender children talk about what it’s like “Growing Up Trans” in this new episode that also includes interviews with the kids’ parents and doctors. 10 p. m. KOCE Scream A teen’s murder echoes a similar killing in the same small town two decades earlier in this new drama inspired by Kevin Williamson and Wes Craven’s slasher- f lick franchise. 10 p. m. MTV, VH1 Watt’s World Journalist Nick Watt is in Albania in the first of two episodes of this new series. 10 and 10: 30 p. m. Travel Channel
1913: Seeds of Conflict Ben Loeterman uses footage from a long- lost, centuryold film to explore the origins of the ongoing strife between Israelis and Palestinians in this new documentary. 9 p. m. KOCE Friday Night Lights ( 2004)
12: 15 p. m. IFC No Good Deed ( 2014) 12: 25
p. m. Starz August: Osage County
( 2013) 1: 30 p. m. TMC Boyhood ( 2014) 3: 30 p. m.
TMC Get On Up ( 2014) 3: 45 p. m.
HBO GoodFellas ( 1990) 4 p. m.
AMC Ronin ( 1998) 4: 35 p. m. Starz Auntie Mame ( 1958) 5 p. m.
TCM Mean Girls ( 2004) 6 p. m.
ABC Family Conan the Barbarian ( 1982)
6 p. m. SundanceTV
CBS This Morning NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon; author James Patterson. ( N) 7 a. m. KCBS Today Jon Hamm; NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.; Victor Garber. ( N) 7 a. m. KNBC KTLA Morning News ( N)
7 a. m. KTLA Good Morning America Emilia Clarke; Miguel performs. ( N) 7 a. m. KABC Good Day LA R& B singer Charlie Wilson; singersongwriter Kim Richey; Matthew Morrison. ( N) 7 a. m. KTTV Live With Kelly and Michael Jon Hamm; Jason Derulo. ( N) 9 a. m. KABC The Wendy Williams Show Trey Songz; Oli Pettigrew. 9 a. m. KCOP The View Guest co- host Deborah Roberts; T. I. and Tiny; chef Ron Duprat. 10 a. m. KABC The Dr. Oz Show At- home
health tests. 10 a. m. KCOP The Doctors Illegal buttock
injections. 11 a. m. KCAL The Wendy Williams Show Ali Wentworth. ( N) 11 a. m. KTTV The Talk Halle Berry and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. ( N) 1 p. m. KCBS Rachel Ray Jerry O’Connell; Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”). 1 p. m. KABC The Meredith Vieira Show Daniel Dae Kim; Jessie Pavelka (“The Biggest Loser”). 2 p. m. KNBC The Dr. Oz Show Slimming
down. 2 p. m. KTTV Dr. Phil A woman claims she was sexually abused by a cult leader. 3 p. m. KCBS Steve Harvey Charlie Wil
son. 3 p. m. KNBC The Ellen DeGeneres Show Kelly Clarkson; James Van Der Beek. 4 p. m. KNBC Charlie Rose ( N) 11 p. m. KVCR, midnight KOCE, 1 a. m. KLCS The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Jon Hamm. ( N) 11 p. m. Comedy Central Conan Comic Kumail Nanjiani; Miguel performs. ( N) 11 p. m. TBS Tavis Smiley Rap music’s Killer Mike. ( Part 1 of 2) ( N) 11: 30 p. m. KOCE The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore Boy George; comic Chris Distefano. ( N) 11: 31 p. m. Comedy Central The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Jamie Foxx; Carla Gugino; Foxx performs with Kid Ink. 11: 34 p. m. KNBC Jimmy Kimmel Live Halle Berry; Rob Corddry; Everclear performs. ( N) 11: 35 p. m. KABC The Late Late Show With James Corden LL Cool J; Kaley Cuoco- Sweeting; OK Go performs. 12: 37 a. m. KCBS Late Night With Seth Meyers Alan Cumming; Alicia Vikander; Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne perform. 12: 37 a. m. KNBC Nightline ( N) 12: 37 a. m.
KABC Last Call With Carson Daly “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner; Young Rising Sons. 1: 38 a. m. KNBC
Soccer The U. S. women’s team plays Germany in the f irst semifinal match at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. 4 p. m. Fox For more sports on TV, see the Sports section.
NFL STAR Rob Gronkowski is featured in the new reality series “Beat the Champions” on Fox.