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/ 9:00pm (CMT) 10:03pm (CMT) Gun­nar (Sam Pal­la­dio) is sorely peeved when Bri­tish bad-boy di­rec­tor Damien Ge­orge (guest star Chris­tian Coul­son) re­turns to Nashville with big plans for Scar­lett (Clare Bowen) in the new episode “(Now and Then There’s) A Fool Such as I.” Else­where, Maddie (Len­non Stella) draws bad pub­lic­ity when she and Clay (guest star Joseph David-Jones) are pulled over by a po­lice of­fi­cer, while Juli­ette (Hay­den Panet­tiere) seeks the per­fect song to re-launch her ca­reer.

AFI Life Achieve­ment Award: A Trib­ute to Diane Keaton

/ 10:00pm (TNT) 11:30pm (TNT) Academy Award win­ner Diane Keaton re­ceives the 45th AFI Life Achieve­ment Award in a celebrity-packed cer­e­mony at the Dolby Theatre in Hol­ly­wood, Calif. The hon­oree’s friends and col­leagues join her to share their rec­ol­lec­tions, both per­sonal and pro­fes­sional, and look back at high­lights from Keaton’s long and di­verse ca­reer, which spans five decades.

Queen of the South

/ 10:00pm (USA) 1:01am (USA) Teresa (Alice Braga) knows all too well that she’s tak­ing a huge risk as she and her crew rig a high-stakes narco horse race in a new episode called “Dios y el Abo­gado” (which trans­lates as “God and Lawyer”). The dan­ger rises ex­po­nen­tially, though, when old en­e­mies and for­mer flames alike threaten to tear ev­ery­thing apart. Veron­ica Fal­con also stars.

Alone / 10:03pm (His­tory Ch) 2:06am (His­tory Ch) The new cast of this se­ries was in­tro­duced in a spe­cial pre­view episode last week, but Sea­son 4 of­fi­cially gets un­der way tonight with the premiere “Di­vide and Con­quer,” in which seven pairs of fam­ily mem­bers are dropped off miles apart on North­ern Van­cou­ver Is­land. That means the team­mates must find each other be­fore they even be­gin to face the sur­vival chal­lenges that stand be­tween them and the $500,000 prize.

“AFI Life Achieve­ment Award: A Trib­ute to Diane Keaton” airs Thurs­day on TNT.

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