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8 p.m. on TNT I Am the Night

Jay (Chris Pine) starts to won­der how close he may be get­ting to the truth when he gets an un­ex­pected visit from Bil­lis (Yul Vazquez) and the Los An­ge­les Po­lice Depart­ment in the new episode “Dark Flower.” Else­where, Corinna (Con­nie Nielsen) has some rev­e­la­tions for Fauna (In­dia Eis­ley), but the lat­ter also still har­bors the nag­ging sus­pi­cion that Corinna is hid­ing Ta­mar, Fauna’s mother. Jef­fer­son Mays also stars.

9 p.m. on TBS Amer­i­can Dad

Af­ter sev­eral false starts and tasks left aban­doned, Francine (voice of Wendy Schaal) dis­cov­ers the rest of her fam­ily is start­ing to dis­miss her as a quit­ter as this an­i­mated com­edy re­turns with a new episode called “One-Woman Swole.” Cast­ing about for a way to prove them wrong, she set­tles on an im­prob­a­ble new hobby — body­build­ing — and proves some­thing of a phe­nom. Mean­while, Klaus (Dee Bradley Baker) the fish claims that he in­vented the fa­mil­iar “high five” ges­ture.

9:01 p.m. on A&E Movie: Stu­dio 54

Dur­ing the 1970s, Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell’s fa­mous New York club re­de­fined what such nightspots could be, of­fer­ing a glitzy haven to celebri­ties and other flashy folks who wanted to min­gle with one an­other apart from the hoi pol­loi and, when the mo­ment was right, ex­change de­signer drugs. Get­ting past the fa­mous vel­vet rope at the Stu­dio 54 en­trance meant that you were — at least for that night — part of a rar­efied cir­cle. Matt Tyr­nauer’s new fea­ture-length doc­u­men­tary looks at the real story be­hind the fa­cade.

9:01 p.m. on TLC Our Twin­sane Wed­ding

This new one-hour spe­cial — which looks sus­pi­ciously like the pi­lot for an even­tual se­ries — fol­lows iden­ti­cal twin sis­ters Brit­tany and Bri­ana Deane, who not only look alike but also live and work to­gether. Now, they’re pre­par­ing to marry iden­ti­cal twin brothers Joshua and Jeremy Sa­ly­ers, af­ter which all four of them plan to live and raise their fam­i­lies to­gether. The pro­gram also takes an il­lu­mi­nat­ing look at the sub­cul­ture of iden­ti­cal twins.

9:03 p.m. on His­tory Chan­nel Pawn Stars

Pres­i­dent’s Day doesn’t ac­tu­ally ar­rive un­til next week, so a new episode called “A Pres­i­den­tial Pawn” may be rush­ing things a lit­tle, as a rare pho­to­graph of Abra­ham and Mary Todd Lin­coln makes its way into the shop. If ver­i­fied, this col­lectible could be worth up to a cool mil­lion. Else­where, Chum­lee is hop­ping with glee over an Easter egg signed by sev­eral mem­bers of the Bush fam­ily, while Rick and Corey look into a World War II relic that may have been used by Ron­ald Rea­gan.

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