“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.
/ 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.
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