To Tell the Truth / 8:00pm (7) Host Anthony Anderson welcomes singersongwriter Rachel Platten (“Fight Song”), comic Gabriel Iglesias, actress Lauren Ash (“Superstore”) and actor Craig Robinson (“The Office”) to the celebrity panel. They must guess who actually are the twins who opened a restaurant likewise staffed entirely by identical twins, someone who claims to be the person who taught Miley Cyrus how to twerk, and a participant who survived 20 harrowing hours at sea.
TURN: Washington’s Spies / 9:00pm (AMC) 11:00pm (AMC) 3:30am (AMC) As this Colonial-era espionage drama opens its fourth and final season, a pre-presidential George Washington (Ian Kahn), Abe Woodhull (Jamie Bell) and the Culper Ring of undercover agents strive to contain the impact of Benedict Arnold’s (Owain Yeoman) treasonous actions as the outcome of the Revolutionary War still hangs in the balance. MOVIE “Wedding March 2: Resorting
to Love” / 9:00pm (Hallmark) In this 2017 sequel to the 2016 romantic comedy “The Wedding March,” Josie Bissett and Jack Wagner reprise their roles as reunited former college sweethearts Olivia and Mick.
The premise for this new movie finds them running a wedding resort, a business venture that has more than its share of bumps. Even so, they start to realize romance may be on the horizon for them. T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous / 10:00pm (HBO) 1:30am (HBO) 3:00am (HBO) Since breaking out in a big way in the 2008 horror movie hit “Cloverfield,” T.J. Miller has found himself very much in demand for a series of mostly comedic acting gigs, including his current high-profile role on HBO’s sitcom hit “Silicon Valley.” His first special for the premium cable giant finds Miller returning to his Denver hometown..
Ian Kahn stars in “TURN: Washington’s Spies” on AMC.