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“More Than T” / 7:00pm (Show­time) 1:35am (Show­time) Pre­mier­ing in con­junc­tion with Pride Month, filmmaker Si­las Howard’s (“Trans­par­ent”) new 2017 doc­u­men­tary ex­plores the experience of liv­ing as a trans­gen­der per­son via con­ver­sa­tions with six such peo­ple, whose lives are fully mul­ti­di­men­sional and ex­tend well be­yond is­sues di­rectly per­tain­ing to their gen­der iden­tity.

The Orig­i­nals

/ 8:00pm (50) Its par­ent show “The Vam­pire Diaries” has gone to that big blood­mo­bile in the sky, but this classy hor­ror spinoff has been keep­ing the spooky torches burn­ing with a com­pelling Sea­son 4 that ends tonight with “The Feast of All Sin­ners.” The fi­nale finds Klaus (Joseph Mor­gan) and his kin forced to ponder their great­est sac­ri­fice ever to save the life of lit­tle Hope (guest star Sum­mer Fon­tana). Not to worry too much, though: The CW re­cently green­lit Sea­son 5.

/ 8:00pm (Food Net) 3:00am (Food Net) Host Josh Denny finds him­self in Ohio for the new episode “Cleve­land: Meals as Big as the Heart­land,” to ex­plore the food scene in a city where in­ter­na­tional cui­sine rubs up against Mid­dle Amer­ica. Shinto Experience makes the Godzilla Roll, a deep-fried mon­ster that could de­mol­ish any town, while at an eatery called Ban­ter, the menu in­cludes the Pol­ish Big Boy, a huge kiel­basa sausage piled high with fries, slaw and sauces.

/ 9:00pm (Syfy) With­out his crew­mates be­ing aware, Three (An­thony Lemke) finds him­self trapped in a time loop and re­liv­ing the same day over and over in the new episode “All the Time in the World.” As he tries to convince his friends around him what is go­ing on, he also strug­gles with Sarah’s (Natalie Brown) new re­al­ity. Mean­while, a sin­is­ter mer­ce­nary in­fil­trates the Raza.

Gi­nor­mous Food Dark Mat­ter

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