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2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony / 7:00pm (ESPN) It’s enshrinement time as another class of football greats enters the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Quarterback Kurt Warner and running back Terrell Davis lead the pack. Warner won a Super Bowl with the then St. Louis Rams while Davis won two with Denver. They ll be joined by kicker, Morten Andersen; safety, Kenny Easley; defensive end, Jason Taylor; running back, LaDainian Tomlinson; and, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who has three Super Bowl rings.
MOVIE “Big Hero 6” / 8:00pm (7) An Oscar winner for best animated feature, this 2014 Disney treat works in the theme of modern technology to a big degree. When danger invades their atmosphere, an inflatable robot and a young genius (voices of Scott Adsit, of “30 Rock,” and Ryan Potter) combine their abilities, with some other youths given special traits to help fight the threat. Damon Wayans Jr., James Cromwell, Maya Rudolph and Katie Lowes (“Scandal”) also are heard.
TURN: Washington’s Spies / 9:00pm (AMC) 10:02pm (AMC) 2:04am (AMC) Prompted by intel he has received from Abe (Jamie Bell), General Washington (Ian Kahn) immediately heads south, determined to lay
siege on Yorktown. Elsewhere, Abe volunteers to fight in the Continental Army, while Peggy (Ksenia Solo) goes into labor in the new “Reckoning,” the penultimate episode in this historical drama. George Lopez: The Wall, Live From
Washington, D.C. / 10:00pm (HBO) 12:05am (HBO) 3:50am (HBO) HBO hasn’t released very much information about the comic’s fourth solo stand-up special for the premium cable network, but given its venue — the Concert Hall at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D.C — and poster art, which shows a sledgehammer-wielding Lopez standing against a giant wall, it’s a pretty safe bet that some of his new comedy material will be aimed at President Donald Trump and his controversial policies on immigration.
“Big Hero 6” airs on ABC.