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/ 8:00pm (13) Talk about some­one with ap­par­ent bad luck: A man is held hostage for the sec­ond time in the new episode “Refuge,” this time along with the rest of his fam­ily. The cap­tor is a thief they caught in the act of try­ing to break into their safe, but Eric (Luke Roberts) be­comes sus­pi­cious af­ter learn­ing of the re­peat kid­nap­ping. Sarah Greene, Nazneen Con­trac­tor and Bran­don Jay McLaren also star.


“War Dogs” / 8:00pm (HBO) 1:15am (HBO) Todd Phillips co-wrote and di­rected this 2016 com­edy-drama, based on a Rolling Stone ar­ti­cle by Guy Law­son, although the film takes lib­er­ties with a num­ber of fac­tual points. The story fol­lows two in­ter­na­tional arms deal­ers (Jonah Hill, Miles Teller) who find them­selves com­pletely in over their heads af­ter they land a $300 mil­lion con­tract to sup­ply weapons to the Afghan mil­i­tary. Bradley Cooper, Kevin Pol­lack and Ana de Ar­mas also star.

Train­ing Day

/ 9:00pm (13) The po­lice drama in­spired by the same-named Den­zel Washington movie moves to Satur­days with the new episode “Quid Pro Quo,” as Kyle (Justin Corn­well) be­comes caught up in Frank’s (the late Bill Pax­ton) scheme to get the goods on a deeply cor­rupt lawyer. The at­tor­ney has been as­sist­ing in the per­ma­nent re­moval of wit­nesses against his clients.

The Son

/ 9:00pm (AMC) 11:08pm (AMC) 3:46am (AMC) Pierce Bros­nan heads the cast of this se­ries adap­ta­tion of a novel by Philipp Meyer, also an ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer on this project, a sprawl­ing multi-gen­er­a­tional saga about a Texas clan. In the two-hour pre­miere, Eli McCul­lough (Ja­cob Lofland, later played by Bros­nan) sur­vives a Co­manche at­tack in 1849, and in 1915, leads his fam­ily’s em­pire through dif­fi­cult times. The large cast also in­cludes Henry Gar­rett (“Poldark”), Zahn McClarnon (“Fargo”), Paola Nunez and young Tony Award nom­i­nee Syd­ney Lu­cas from “Fun Home.”

For Peete’s Sake

/ 10:00pm (OWN) 1:00am (OWN) In the sea­son fi­nale “Cit­i­zen Peete,” Holly and Dolores land a meet­ing with high-pow­ered U.S. Sen. Ka­mala Har­ris to talk about how to re­form po­lice train­ing, par­tic­u­larly in terms of how it in­volves in­ter­ac­tion with the spe­cial-needs com­mu­nity. Else­where, Robin­son throws a hip-hop char­ity event for Un­cle Matt, while Dolores drops a ma­jor bomb­shell: She wants to move out.

Pierce Bros­nan stars in “The Son” Satur­day on AMC.

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