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SUN­DAY 6 p.m. on CNN Amer­i­can Style

Tim Gunn, Donna Karan, An­dre Leon Tal­ley, Christie Brink­ley and Diane von Fursten­berg are among the style and fash­ion icons ap­pear­ing in this new four-part docu-se­ries, which uses archival footage and in­ter­views to high­light the most mem­o­rable mo­ments from fash­ion and pop cul­ture. The opener, “1940s/50s: War Boots to Work Suits,” ex­plores how World War II and Hol­ly­wood helped es­tab­lish a sense of an Amer­i­can fash­ion iden­tity that in­cluded the in­tro­duc­tion of the bikini and the zoot suit. An­other episode im­me­di­ately fol­lows.

7 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE 24th An­nual Crit­ics’ Choice Awards

Ac­tress Claire Foy (“The Crown”) and writer-pro­ducer Chuck Lorre (“The Big Bang The­ory”) re­ceive spe­cial awards dur­ing this an­nual gala cer­e­mony by the Broad­cast Film Crit­ics As­so­ci­a­tion and the Broad­cast Tele­vi­sion Jour­nal­ists As­so­ci­a­tion, hosted by Taye Diggs. Foy’s award ac­knowl­edges her work to push bound­aries on changtim­por­tance of authen­tic por­tray­als of women. Lorre is be­ing hon­ored for his vast body of TV com­edy work. Among film cat­e­gories, the his­tor­i­cal dram­edy “The Favourite” leads the field with 14 nom­i­na­tions, fol­lowed by “Black Pan­ther” with 12 nods.

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Vic­to­ria on Master­piece

Queen Vic­to­ria (Jenna Cole­man) is preg­nant with her sixth child, but she’s also dis­tracted by cur­rent events in Europe as this his­tor­i­cal drama opens Sea­son 3 with two back-to-back episodes. A spirit of rev­o­lu­tion is sweep­ing across the con­ti­nent as down­trod­den com­mon­ers start ag­i­tat­ing against aris­to­cratic rule. In Eng­land, that dis­con­tent man­i­fests it­self as Char­tism, a set of de­mands for uni­ver­sal male suf­frage, the se­cret bal­lot, equal rep­re­sen­ta­tion for vot­ers and other re­forms that once had been dis­missed as rad­i­cal.

9 p.m. on E! To­tal Bel­las

As Sea­son 4 opens, Nikki Bella takes a step for­ward in her new life as a sin­gle woman by de­cid­ing to move to Los An­ge­les, but those plans are put on hold when WWE in­vites Nikki and Brie to com­pete in Evo­lu­tion, the net­work’s first-ever all-fe­male pay-per­view event. As a re­sult, Nikki de­cides to make her new start in San Diego, where she can train with Brie. Brie and Bryan dis­cuss hav­ing a sec­ond child, but he doesn’t know she has some reser­va­tions.

9 p.m. on HBO True De­tec­tive

An Arkansas com­mu­nity is rocked by the un­solved mur­der of two school­child­ren as this ac­claimed crime drama re­turns for Sea­son 3 after an ex­tended hia­tus. Academy Award win­ner Ma­her­shala Ali (“Moon­light”) stars as West Fin­ger, Ark., po­lice de­tec­tive Wayne Hays, who re­mains haunted by the case more than three decades later. The story plays out in three time­lines: the 1980 crime and sub­se­quent in­ves­ti­ga­tion, new devel­op­ments that arise in 1990, and 2015, as Hays re­flects on the mys­tery. Stephen Dorff and Car­men Ejogo also star.

9 p.m. on NGEO Val­ley of the Boom

This hy­brid of scripted drama and doc­u­men­tary in­ter­views presents an in­ven­tive ex­am­i­na­tion of the gamechang­ing birth of Sil­i­con Val­ley, start­ing with the “browser wars” of the early 1990s through the cat­a­strophic 2001 im­plo­sion of the dot-com bub­ble. In the se­ries pre­miere, “Part 1: Print (Hello, World),” Marc An­dreessen (John Karna) and his team hit the road try­ing to get in­vestors for their Netscape browser. The se­ries cast also in­cludes Bradley Whit­ford, Steve Zahn and Lamorne Mor­ris.

9:30 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Rel

Alerted that his daugh­ter has got­ten into some trou­ble at school, Rel (Lil Rel How­ery) im­me­di­ately hits the road to re­solve this press­ing fam­ily mat­ter in the Sea­son 1 fi­nale, “Cleve­land.” Mean­while, in Chicago, Brit­tany (Jes­sica “Jess Hi­lar­i­ous” Moore) tries to help Nat (Jor­dan L. Jones) set some per­sonal goals by show­ing him how to cre­ate a per­sonal vi­sion board. Leah Jef­fries and Che Ta­fari guest star.

MON­DAY 9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH The Pas­sage

Based on nov­el­ist Justin Cronin’s best-sell­ing tril­ogy, this thriller se­ries fo­cuses on a se­cret med­i­cal fa­cil­ity where sci­en­tists are ex­per­i­ment­ing with a dan­ger­ous virus that could lead to the cure for all dis­ease but also has the po­ten­tial to wipe out all hu­man life. Saniyya Sid­ney (“Fences”) and MarkPaul Gos­se­laar (“Franklin & Bash”) star; Jamie McShane, Em­manuelle Chriqui and Henry Ian Cu­sick also are fea­tured. Film­maker Ri­d­ley Scott is among the ex­ec­u­tive pro­duc­ers.

9 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Mag­num P.I.

Mag­num and Hig­gins (Jay Her­nan­dez, Perdita Weeks) are un­der­stand­ably shaken when one of her for­mer MI6 col­leagues abruptly turns up nurs­ing a fresh gun­shot wound in the new episode “Day of the Viper.” They’re even more alarmed, how­ever, by the news he has to de­liver: The as­sas­sin who killed Hig­gins’ true love has resur­faced on Oahu. While he and Hig­gins spring into ac­tion, Mag­num asks Rick (Zachary Knighton) to take over a case, which un­for­tu­nately soon goes side­ways. Ian Pryce guest stars.

9 p.m. on BRAV Van­der­pump Rules

Em­bar­rassed by her birth­day melt­down, Stassi tries to find a way to make things up to Beau, while James, newly sober, starts tak­ing steps to mend his old friend­ship with Lala in the new episode “Love Thy Mother.” Jax stirs things up at a SUR staff meet­ing, while Kris­ten cel­e­brates the re­launch of her t-shirt line and the Toms pitch some cock­tail ideas to Lisa. Else­where, Katie, Stassi and Kris­ten are re­minded that age doesn’t al­ways be­stow ma­tu­rity when their moth­ers come to town.

10 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN The Good Doc­tor

The hos­pi­tal is still un­der quar­an­tine, and the chaos and noise of the emer­gency room threaten to over­whelm Shaun (Fred­die High­more) as this hit med­i­cal drama re­turns with the new episode “Quar­an­tine Part Two.” Else­where, while Mor­gan (Fiona Gubel­mann) strug­gles against long odds to keep her pa­tients alive, Dr. Lim (Christina Chang) fights for her own life. De­spite the quar­an­tine, Dr. Me­len­dez and Claire (Ni­cholas Gon­za­lez, An­to­nia Thomas) des­per­ately search for a way to com­plete their pa­tient’s bone-mar­row trans­plant.

TUES­DAY 9 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE This Is Us

The mid­sea­son fi­nale promised to de­liver some an­swers fans were jonesing for, but wound up rais­ing plenty of new ques­tions in the process, among them more un­re­solved de­tails about Jack’s (Milo Ven­timiglia) brother, Nicky (Michael An­garano). As the se­ries re­turns tonight to be­gin the rest of Sea­son 3, view­ers will be hop­ing the writ­ers fill in a few more of those blanks, along with ex­am­in­ing the toll Ran­dall’s (Ster­ling K. Brown) new po­lit­i­cal ca­reer may take on his mar­riage. Mandy Moore and Chrissy Metz also star.

9 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN black­ish

When Diane (Mar­sai Martin) isn’t lit prop­erly for her skin tone in a class photo, Dre and Bow (An­thony An­der­son, Tracee El­lis Ross) see red in the new episode “Black Like Us.” Al­though Diane begs them not to blow the mat­ter out of pro­por­tion, her par­ents in­sist on talk­ing to the prin­ci­pal about the im­por­tance of us­ing sen­si­tiv­ity when it comes to mat­ters of stu­dents’ vary­ing com­plex­ions. Mean­while, Ju­nior (Mar­cus Scrib­ner) pours more kerosene on the flames by sug­gest­ing that the John­sons prac­tice tacit col­orism within their own house­hold.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Roswell, New Mex­ico

A young woman (Jea­nine Ma­son, “Grey’s Anatomy”) moves back in with her fa­ther in the ti­tle town fol­low­ing a pro­fes­sional set­back and re­con­nects with her high-school crush (Nathan Par­sons, “The Orig­i­nals”), only to dis­cover he’s an ex­trater­res­trial — and there are oth­ers like him — in this re­boot of the 1999-2002 teen sci-fi drama “Roswell.” Michael Trevino, Lily Cowles, Heather Hem­mens, Michael Vlamis and Tyler Black­burn also star.

10 p.m. on CMDY Drunk His­tory

The tip­pling com­edy se­ries opens Sea­son 6 with “Are You Afraid of the Drunk?,” a pre­miere that’s both a re­count­ing of how Mary Shel­ley cre­ated “Franken­stein” and a full-episode par­ody of the kids’ se­ries “Are You Afraid of the Dark?.” Rich Fulcher nar­rates, while the celebrity re-en­ac­tors in­clude Evan Rachel Wood as Mary Shel­ley, Eli­jah Wood as Percy Shel­ley, Jack McBrayer as Lord By­ron, Seth Ro­gen as Dr. Franken­stein and Will Fer­rell as Franken­stein’s Mon­ster.

10 p.m. on TVL Teach­ers

The rude but smart (and sadly un­der­rated) en­sem­ble com­edy re­turns to fin­ish out its third and fi­nal sea­son with the new episode “Thoughts and Bears,” in which Ms. Wat­son (Kate Lambert) re­al­izes she fi­nally is go­ing to have to con­front her on-again, offa­gain lover, Toby (Tim Ba­gley). Mean­while, Fill­more El­e­men­tary School has a new neigh­bor who owns some­thing dan­ger­ous, alarm­ing the teach­ers. Caitlin Bar­low, Katy Col­lo­ton, Kathryn Thomas and Katie O’Brien also star.

10 p.m. on USA Temp­ta­tion Is­land

Mark L. Wal­berg re­turns as host for a re­booted new ver­sion of a re­la­tion­ship game show that some­what mer­ci­lessly takes four cou­ples at a vul­ner­a­ble stage in their dat­ing re­la­tion­ship and flies them to Maui, where they’ll min­gle with two dozen sexy sin­gles like­wise look­ing for love. Ul­ti­mately, the main cou­ples must de­cide whether they’re ready to com­mit to shar­ing their lives or elect to give into the temp­ta­tions around them.

WED­NES­DAY

7 p.m. on ID In Pur­suit With John Walsh Best known for his long run in the Fox un­scripted se­ries “Amer­ica’s Most Wanted,” TV per­son­al­ity, vic­tim ad­vo­cate and anti-crime ac­tivist John Walsh re­turns to his roots in this new se­ries, which is be­ing de­scribed as a real-time in­ves­ti­ga­tion se­ries that mo­bi­lizes the In­ves­ti­ga­tion Dis­cov­ery viewer base and en­cour­ages them to “ac­tively en­gage in the pur­suit of jus­tice.” The se­ries draws on Walsh’s own ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in the field, cou­pled with a call cen­ter ac­cept­ing phone leads in real time.

8 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Na­ture

An­thro­pol­o­gist Dr. Niobe Thomp­son and some equine ex­perts ex­plore the fas­ci­nat­ing and even mys­ti­cal re­la­tion­ship be­tween hu­mans and horses, which is nearly as old as civ­i­liza­tion it­self, in the new two-part episode “Equus: The Story of the Horse: Ori­gins,” which con­cludes next week. As its ti­tle sug­gests, tonight’s first part ex­plores the evo­lu­tion­ary jour­ney of the steed, which first ap­peared as a tiny, for­est-dwelling crea­ture known as the Dawn Horse. Sci­en­tists con­tinue to work on de­cod­ing the ex­tra­or­di­nary emo­tional in­tel­li­gence of these ma­jes­tic an­i­mals.

9 p.m. on HIST Vik­ings

Frey­dis (Ali­cia Ag­ne­son) has a sur­prise for Ivar (Alex Hogh An­der­sen), while Hvit­serk (Marco Ilso) finds him­self sorely tested in the new episode “Bal­dur.” Else­where, Floki (Gustaf Skars­gard) makes an as­ton­ish­ing dis­cov­ery, and Ubbe (Jor­dan Patrick Smith) en­ters into ne­go­ti­a­tions with the three Dan­ish kings who have massed their armies in Read­ing. Those meet­ings could well end in peril, how­ever.

10 p.m. on SYFY Deadly Class

Syfy gave view­ers a sneak peek late last month at this new se­ries adap­ta­tion of a hit graphic novel from Rick Re­mender and Wes Craig, but the show makes its of­fi­cial se­ries de­but tonight with the “Pi­lot.” Ben­jamin Wadsworth stars as Mar­cus Lopez, a street­wise youth who finds him­self re­cruited into Kings Do­min­ion, an ex­clu­sive pri­vate academy where the next gen­er­a­tion of the world’s top crime fam­i­lies are groomed. Bene­dict Wong, Lana Con­dor, Luke Ten­nie, Liam James and Maria Gabriela de Faria also star.

10:03 p.m. on LIFE Amer­i­can Beauty Star

In the new episode “Blasts From the Past,” things get very tense in­deed as the artists are forced to work to­gether on the sea­son’s first team chal­lenge, which in­volves a fig­u­ra­tive trip back through time: They’re tasked with cre­at­ing gor­geous looks that ap­pear thor­oughly mod­ern, yet are in­spired by de­signs from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s. Ash­ley Gra­ham is the host, while Sir John plays men­tor to the con­tes­tants. The judges are Christie Brink­ley, Leah Wyar and Yu Tsai.

THURS­DAY 7 p.m. on TRAV The Dead Files

The newly en­hanced episode “Re­vealed: Frac­tured — St. Louis” takes re­tired cop Steve DiSchi­avi and medium Amy Al­lan to Mis­souri to lend their as­sis­tance — or so they hope, at least — to a ter­ri­fied woman whose home is be­ing turned up­side down by vi­o­lent para­nor­mal ac­tiv­ity. While Amy’s oc­cult ex­plo­ration leads her to a group of de­monic chil­dren and a tow­er­ing, ema­ci­ated en­tity that can in­flu­ence the liv­ing, Steve’s in­ves­ti­ga­tion turns up in­for­ma­tion on a St. Louis busi­ness ty­coon whose life was tragic.

9 p.m. on LIFE Bring It!

In “No Boys Al­lowed?,” the first of tonight’s two new back-to-back episodes, some ma­jor changes are in the wind in­side the Doll­house as Cam­ryn steps down as cap­tain, and Makya and Crys­tianna step up to lead. Coach D breaks her big­gest rule as she be­gins a new dance sea­son, sorely shak­ing up sev­eral of the per­form- ers. Things only take a more chaotic turn when Mar­quell, the new as­sis­tant coach, tries a wild new ex­per­i­ment that puts a huge com­pe­ti­tion at risk.

9 p.m. on PARMT Lip Sync Bat­tle

This hit se­ries, which fea­tures celebri­ties go­ing head to head in lip-sync­ing the song of their choice, opens Sea­son 5 with an epic bat­tle be­tween the “Fab 5” mem­bers from the Em­my­win­ning Net­flix re­boot of “Queer Eye”: Tan France, An­toni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown and Jonathan Van Ness. LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen re­turn as hosts; fu­ture guests sched­uled for this sea­son in­clude Andy Rod­dick, Brook­lyn Decker, Dar­ren Criss, Big Bird and Vanessa Mor­gan.

9:01 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN A Mil­lion Lit­tle Things

This en­sem­ble drama moves into a new times­lot as it re­turns for its mid­sea­son pre­miere with “se­crets and lies,” which finds Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) forced to lean on her friends after re­ceiv­ing some trou­bling news — and iron­i­cally, that means re­ly­ing on Kather­ine (Grace Park) most of all. Over Gary’s (James Ro­day) strong ob­jec­tions, Mag­gie (Al­li­son Miller) is de­ter­mined to run in the Sui­cide Pre­ven­tion 5K. Chance Hurst­field guest stars; David Gi­un­toli and Ro­many Malco also star.

9:30 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Fam

Shocked to dis­cover that Clem (Nina Do­brev) doesn’t plan to in­vite her fa­ther to the wed­ding, Rose and Walt (Sh­eryl Lee Ralph, Brian Stokes Mitchell) urge her to in­vite her dad to their home for din­ner in a new episode called “Freddy Re­turns.” Mean­while, Nick (Tone Bell) tries to get Clem’s sis Shan­non (Odessa Ad­lon) to be more re­spon­si­ble around the home and more con­sid­er­ate of oth­ers liv­ing there.

10:01 p.m. on BRAV Back­yard Envy

James DeSan­tis, Garrett Magee and Melissa Brasier, who work to­gether at an ex­clu­sive ex­te­rior de­sign and high­end land­scap­ing firm called Man­sca­pers, in­vite view­ers along as they help clients trans­form their mun­dane out­door spa­ces into some­thing ex­tra­or­di­nary. In the se­ries pre­miere, James lines up a sub­ur­ban gig for them, but a prob­lem arises al­most im­me­di­ately when Mel and the con­struc­tion team strike wa­ter while build­ing a stone pa­tio. Else­where, Garrett cre­ates a beach-in­spired rooftop meadow for a cou­ple.

10:03 p.m. on LIFE The Rap Game

The first les­son in sto­ry­telling in “The Rap Game” kicks off as the artists en­ter­tain preschool­ers by rap­ping clas­sic chil­dren’s books. Later, the artists draw from their own early years to write per­sonal sto­ries to record in the stu­dio in this new episode called “Rhyme and Trea­son.” A bat­tle that has no prece­dent on this show has one mom tak­ing shots at the rest of the house, while an­other mother flies off the han­dle.

FRI­DAY 8 p.m. on MAX Movie: Truth or Dare

Three fa­mil­iar faces from TV — Lucy Hale (“Pretty Lit­tle Liars”), Tyler Posey (“Teen Wolf”) and Vi­o­lett Beane (“God Friended Me”) — star in Jeff Ward­low’s 2018 hor­ror film, which fo­cuses on sev­eral col­lege stu­dents who be­gin a round of the Truth or Dare game as they are shar­ing a Mex­i­can va­ca­tion. To their dis­may, they start to re­al­ize that this pas­time car­ries con­se­quences that can be lethal for any player who doesn’t com­plete his or her as­signed task.

8:30 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Speech­less

Ken­neth (Cedric Yar­brough) in­ad­ver­tently ruf­fles Maya’s (Min­nie Driver) feath­ers when he tries to in­sert him­self into her busi­ness plans with Melanie (guest star Sarah Chalke) in tonight’s new episode. As JJ (Micah Fowler) be­gins pre-pro­duc­tion on his next film, Ray (Ma­son Cook) pleads with his brother to cast him op­po­site Ray’s lat­est crush, Izzy (guest star Kayla Maisonet). Mean­while, Dy­lan (Kyla Kenedy) finds Jimmy’s (John Ross Bowie) band sur­pris­ingly im­pres­sive.

10 p.m. on HBO Real Time With Bill Ma­her

It’s only been two months or so since Bill Ma­her wrapped Sea­son 16 of his pol­i­tics-and-com­edy chat show, but in the news cy­cle of Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s Amer­ica, that’s a ver­i­ta­ble epoch. Ma­her re­turns tonight to launch Sea­son 17 with guests who are still TBA at this writ­ing, but with a po­lit­i­cal land­scape that in some re­spects is dra­mat­i­cally dif­fer­ent, so ex­pect the con­ver­sa­tion to be lively.

11 p.m. on AMC Movie: Con­cus­sion

Will Smith gives a com­pelling per­for­mance in this 2015 docu­d­rama about foren­sic pathol­o­gist Dr. Ben­net Omalu, who linked pro foot­ball in­juries to brain dam­age in some play­ers. Pre­dictably, NFL ex­ec­u­tives re­jected the find­ings Omalu reached with his coro­ner boss (Al­bert Brooks) and the Pitts­burgh Steel­ers’ team doc­tor (Alec Bald­win). Gugu Mbatha-Raw plays Omalu’s wife in a fine cast that also in­cludes David Morse, Ed­die Marsan and Hill Harper.

SATUR­DAY 6 p.m. on BBC IFC Planet Earth: Dy­nas­ties

Cel­e­brated nat­u­ral­ist David At­ten­bor­ough hosts this new five-part co-pro­duc­tion, which also pre­mieres tonight across BBC Amer­ica’s cor­po­rate sib­lings AMC, IFC and Sun­dance TV. The minis­eries ex­am­ines five of the world’s most en­dan­gered species as they strug­gle to sur­vive. Tonight’s opener fo­cuses on one of the most fa­mous lion prides in Africa: the Marsh Pride of Kenya’s Ma­sai Mara. As their saga be­gins, all the adult male have aban­doned the pride, leav­ing just two adult fe­males to feed and pro­tect eight young­sters.

7 p.m. on OXY Smi­ley Face Killers: The Hunt for Jus­tice

This new se­ries fol­lows re­tired New York Po­lice De­tec­tive Kevin Gan­non and his vet­eran team of in­ves­ti­ga­tors as they con­tinue their post-ac­tive ca­reer ex­plo­ration into a years-long string of “ac­ci­den­tal” drown­ings that they sus­pect may have been mur­ders. Since 1997, hun­dreds of col­lege-age men have drowned un­der mys­te­ri­ous cir­cum­stances after a night out drink­ing with friends. The vic­tims all were ath­letic as well as aca­demic suc­cess sto­ries and their bod­ies turned up in clus­ters around the coun­try, many of them near a smi­ley-face graf­fiti mark.

7:20 p.m. on HBO Movie: Tully

Char­l­ize Theron snagged a Golden Globe nom­i­na­tion as best ac­tress in a com­edy or mu­si­cal for her per­for­mance in Ja­son Reit­man’s 2018 dram­edy, which got some glow­ing crit­i­cal no­tices but died at the box of­fice. Di­ablo Cody’s mov­ing and funny screen­play charts the re­la­tion­ship that blos­soms be­tween Marlo (Theron), the mother of a de­vel­op­men­tally dis­abled son, and Tully (Macken­zie Davis, “Halt and Catch Fire”), a night nanny hired to help her. Mark Du­plass and Ron Liv­ingston also star.

8 p.m. on BET Movie: Creed

Sylvester Stal­lone re­ceived an Os­car nom­i­na­tion and won a num­ber of other awards for repris­ing his iconic role as long-re­tired boxer Rocky Bal­boa, who agrees to train Apollo Creed’s son, Ado­nis Creed (Michael B. Jor­dan, in a crim­i­nally un­der­rated per­for­mance), to be­come a fighter. Few peo­ple re­al­ize the for­mer champ is bat­tling an op­po­nent dead­lier than any he ever faced in the ring. Tessa Thomp­son, Phyli­cia Rashad and Tony Bellew also star.

8 p.m. on HALL Movie: Win­ter Love Story

First-time au­thor Cassie Winslett (Jen Lil­ley) learns the wis­dom in never judg­ing a book by its cover when she’s teamed with suc­cess­ful fan­tasy nov­el­ist El­liot Somersby (Kevin McGarry) on a joint pub­lic­ity tour to pro­mote her new break-up mem­oir and his lat­est dragon-cen­tric saga. She’s al­ready in­se­cure and wor­ried about be­ing com­pared to her mom (MaryMar­garet Humes), an award-win­ning writer, so El­liot’s con­fi­dent man­ner rubs her the wrong way. As she gets to know him bet­ter, though, love be­gins to bloom in this 2019 ro­mance.

8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: Es­cap­ing the Mad­house: The Nel­lie Bly Story

In­spired by a true story, this new TV drama stars Christina Ricci as pi­o­neer­ing in­ves­tiga­tive re­porter Nel­lie Bly, who feigns men­tal ill­ness to be ad­mit­ted as a pa­tient at the no­to­ri­ous Women’s Lu­natic Asy­lum, where she hopes to gather re­search for an ex­pose on the fa­cil­ity. In this fic­tion­al­ized ac­count of ac­tual events, Nel­lie’s treat­ment there leaves her with no rec­ol­lec­tion of how she came to the asy­lum or, in­deed, even her real iden­tity. Ju­dith Light co-stars as sadis­tic Ma­tron Grady, while Josh Bow­man plays a sym­pa­thetic doc­tor.

9 p.m. on HBO Movie: Brexit

Bene­dict Cum­ber­batch stars in this new docu­d­rama, which takes view­ers be­hind the scenes dur­ing the events lead­ing up to the sum­mer 2016 ref­er­en­dum that re­sulted in a de­ci­sion for the United King­dom to leave the Euro­pean Union. The “Sher­lock” star plays Do­minic Cum­mings, who spear­headed the Vote Leave es­tab­lish­ment, so suc­cess­ful that it sent po­lit­i­cal shock­waves around the world. Among the many other char­ac­ters, Rory Kin­n­ear por­trays Craig Oliver, di­rec­tor of com­mu­ni­ca­tions for Prime Min­is­ter David Cameron and head of the Re­main cam­paign.

Perdita Weeks and Jay Her­nan­dez star in “Mag­num, P.I.” Mon­day on CBS.

Jea­nine Ma­son stars in “Roswell, New Mex­ico” Tues­day on The CW.

Ma­her­shala Ali stars in “True De­tec­tive” Sun­day on HBO.

Dmitry Kor­chak stars in a stag­ing of “Or­phee et Eury­dice From Lyric Opera of Chicago” on “Great Per­for­mances” Fri­day on PBS.

Ash­ley Gra­ham hosts “Amer­i­can Beauty Star” Wed­nes­day on Life­time.

Chrissy Teigen and LL Cool J host “Lip Sync Bat­tle” Thurs­day on Para­mount Net­work.

Christina Ricci stars in “Es­cap­ing the Mad­house: The Nel­lie Bly Story” Satur­day on Life­time.

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