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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.

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