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SUN­DAY 5 p.m. on BBC Killing Eve

A break­out hit and awards mag­net in Sea­son 1, this off­beat, char­ac­ter­driven thriller re­turns for Sea­son 2 (simulcast on AMC), pick­ing up the ac­tion just sec­onds af­ter Sea­son 1 ended. Vil­lanelle (Jodie Comer), the psy­cho­pathic as­sas­sin, has fled, leav­ing Eve (San­dra Oh) with no idea whether the woman she stabbed is alive or dead. Both women are in se­ri­ous trou­ble un­less they can re­con­nect, but oth­ers are in pur­suit as well. Join­ing the cast this sea­son are Nina Sosanya, Ed­ward Bluemel and Ju­lian Bar­ratt.

6 p.m. on BBC A Dis­cov­ery of Witches

Af­ter scor­ing a strik­ing cult suc­cess on stream­ing plat­forms, this adap­ta­tion of Deb­o­rah Hark­ness’ best-sell­ing fan­tasy novel makes its ba­sic ca­ble de­but on both AMC and its sis­ter chan­nel BBC Amer­ica. Set in a mod­ern world where witches, vam­pires and dae­mons se­cretly co­ex­ist with hu­mans, the story opens in a li­brary at Ox­ford, where Amer­i­can his­to­rian (and closet witch) Diana Bishop (Teresa Palmer) in­ad­ver­tently calls up an an­cient mag­i­cal text. Un­for­tu­nately, it’s one that ge­neti­cist (and vam­pire) Matthew Clair­mont (Matthew Goode) wants to ac­quire for him­self.

6 p.m. on ID Madeleine McCann: An ID Mur­der Mys­tery

The lat­est in­stall­ment of this on­go­ing true-crime se­ries looks back to the 2007 dis­ap­pear­ance of Madeleine McCann, a 3-year-old child who dis­ap­peared from her Por­tu­gal ho­tel room while her par­ents were din­ing just a few yards away. Kate and Gerry McCann is­sued a des­per­ate plea for their lit­tle daugh­ter’s re­turn, but as the ex­pand­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tion un­folded, law en­force­ment per­son­nel cast doubt on ev­ery­one from strangers to loved ones. More than a decade later, this two-hour spe­cial event ex­am­ines what re­ally hap­pened to Madeleine.

8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE 54th Acad­emy of Coun­try Mu­sic Awards

From the MGM Grand Gar­den Arena in Las Ve­gas, mu­sic su­per­star Reba McEn­tire re­turns as host for the an­nual event that bills it­self as “coun­try mu­sic’s party of the year.” The field of nom­i­nees is led by Chris Stapleton and duo Dan + Shay, who have six each. Ja­son Aldean will re­ceive the ACM Dick Clark Artist of the Decade Award. Kelly Clark­son, Mi­randa Lam­bert, Ge­orge Strait, Dierks Bent­ley, Brooks & Dunn and Florida Ge­or­gia Line are among the sched­uled per­form­ers.

10 p.m. on SHOW The Chi

Emmy-win­ning writer and ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer Lena Waithe’s gritty but crit­i­cally ac­claimed en­sem­ble drama re­turns for a sec­ond sea­son, which opens with a pre­miere called “Erup­tions.” As the ac­tion re­sumes, an un­lucky turn of events takes Bran­don (Ja­son Mitchell) back to Reg (Bar­ton Fitz­patrick). Else­where, Em­mett (Ja­cob La­ti­more) re­al­izes the time has come for him to grow up af­ter Jada (Yolonda Ross) makes an im­por­tant de­ci­sion. BFFs Kevin, Jake and Papa (Alex Hib­bert, Michael V. Epps, Sha­mon Brown Jr.) hatch a scheme for a school project.

MON­DAY 9 p.m. on FOOD Spring Bak­ing Cham­pi­onship

In the new episode “South­ern Spring Bakeover,” the first round tasks the seven re­main­ing bak­ers with tak­ing canned bis­cuits and trans­form­ing them into a re­fresh­ing spring dessert that’s fla­vored with le­mon­ade, bour­bon or that South­ern sta­ple, sweet Shawn Michaels is an hon­oree in the 2019 WWE Hall of Fame In­duc­tion Cer­e­mony Mon­day on USA Net­work. tea. For the main heat that fol­lows, host Clin­ton Kelly chal­lenges the bak­ers to give a spring makeover to a clas­sic South­ern cake, one that in­cludes a re­gional pantry in­gre­di­ent like pick­led peaches or pep­per jelly. Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Lor­raine Pas­cale judge their ef­forts.

10 p.m. on AMC Into the Bad­lands

In a new episode called “Co­bra Fang, Panther Claw,” old ad­ver­saries The Widow and Baron Chau (Emily Beecham, Eleanor Mat­suura) fi­nally face off to set­tle scores. Else­where M.K. and Pil­grim (Aramis Knight, Be­bou Ceewsay) ex­pand their forces at the Monastery, while Sunny and Ba­jie (Daniel Wu, Nick Frost) dis­cover a deadly new foe, the Black Lo­tus.

10 p.m. on DSC Diesel Broth­ers

Fan fa­vorites Dave “Heavy D” Sparks, “Diesel Dave” Ki­ley, Keaton “The Mus­cle” Hoskins and Josh “Red­Beard” Stu­art keep blur­ring the line be­tween work and play as they tackle some of their big­gest builds ever in Sea­son 5 of their hit un­scripted se­ries. Among their first projects is trans­form­ing an old Cana­dian log­ging truck into a cus­tom semi ca­pa­ble of trans­port­ing their diesel cre­ations to any des­ti­na­tion. Also, Heavy D part­ners with the team at Mon­ster Jam on set­ting a world record with a truly crazy stunt.

10 p.m. on TBS Amer­i­can Dad

An­other sea­son draws to a close with a fi­nale called “The Fu­ture Is Bo­rax,” which opens with Stan and Francine (voices of Seth MacFar­lane and Wendy Schaal) bick­er­ing as usual, but there’s more of an edge to the wise­cracks. Wor­ried their ar­gu­ing may have crossed a line, the cou­ple starts tak­ing their de­ter­mi­na­tion to pro­tect their mar­riage to ex­treme heights — lit­er­ally, in a hot-air bal­loon. Else­where, Roger the alien (MacFar­lane again) dis­cov­ers that he has a nat­u­ral knack for writ­ing jin­gles.

10:03 p.m. on LIFE Es­cap­ing Polygamy

Andrea and Jes­sica try to come to the aid of Ethel, who lost her mother as a child when her par­ent was ripped away by the FLDS group. Now Ethel wants to es­cape the group her­self, then find her mother af­ter all this time. In or­der to suc­ceed, how­ever, Ethel will have to get away from the hawk-like su­per­vi­sion of her de­vout grand­mother and then cross an open area pa­trolled by FLDS watch­dogs and an armed mili­tia in the new episode “Mommy Dear­est.”

11 p.m. on USA WWE Mon­day Night RAW

They’re re­garded by some as the most re­bel­lious group in WWE his­tory, but D-Gen­er­a­tion X mem­bers Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Road Dogg, Billy Gunn, X-Pac and the late Chyna are among those tak­ing their place in sports-en­ter­tain­ment his­tory dur­ing cer­e­monies taped April 6 at the Barclays Cen­ter in Brook­lyn, N.Y. Other in­ductees in­clude The Honky Tonk Man, Tor­rie Wil­son and Har­lem Heat. Ad­di­tion­ally, long­time WWE em­ployee Sue Aitchi­son — who is cred­ited with es­tab­lish­ing WWE’s re­la­tion­ship with the Make-a-Wish Foun­da­tion — re­ceives the War­rior Award.

TUES­DAY 8 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH MasterChef

In one of the most dif­fi­cult mys­tery box chal­lenges they’ve con­fronted yet, the re­main­ing top 14 ju­nior chefs must try to pre­pare a restau­ran­tqual­ity duck dish, a task that re­quires them to learn how to butcher a whole bird, in the new episode “Ju­nior Edi­tion: Quack­ing Un­der Pres­sure.” There are huge stakes in the next round, as the chefs, work­ing in teams of two, make a dozen de­li­cious cup­cakes, with the work of the win­ning pair pub­lished in a new MasterChef Ju­nior Cook­book.

8 p.m. on FREE The Bold Type

Jane, Kat and Sut­ton (Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy) all find them­selves deal­ing with reper­cus­sions of some ma­jor de­ci­sions in the Sea­son 3 pre­miere of this se­ries, which re­turns to New York and picks up the ac­tion right af­ter Sea­son 2’s set-in-Paris fi­nale. At the same time, there’s up­heaval as well at Scar­let Mag­a­zine, with the ar­rival of new staffers who are bound to ruf­fle the feath­ers of more long-term work­ers. Sam Page, Matt Ward and Stephen Con­rad Moore also star.

9 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE The Code

Dana De­lany (“China Beach”) re­turns to se­ries tele­vi­sion in this new mil­i­tary drama set in the Judge Ad­vo­cate Gen­eral Head­quar­ters of the U.S. Marine Corps in Quan­tico, Va., run by Col. Glenn Turn­bull (De­lany). In the se­ries pre­miere, “Blowed Up,” pros­e­cu­tor Capt. John “Abe” Abra­ham (Luke Mitchell, “Blindspot”) and lead de­fense at­tor­ney Capt. Maya Dob­bins (Anna Wood, “Reck­less”) are as­signed to the case of a sol­dier charged with mur­der­ing his com­mand­ing of­fi­cer. Ato Es­san­doh (“Chicago Med”) and Phillipa Soo (Broad­way’s “Hamil­ton”) also star. The show moves to its reg­u­lar time pe­riod next Mon­day.

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

Most of Roswell is abuzz as the lo­cals get ready for the re-open­ing gala of the UFO Em­po­rium, but de­spite those high spirits else­where, Liz (Jea­nine Ma­son) and her team in­evitably find them­selves on a col­li­sion course with an en­emy that is both for­mi­da­ble and un­likely. Nathan Par­sons, Michael Vlamis, Lily Cowles, Heather Hem­mens and Karan Oberoi also star in the new episode “Cham­pagne Su­per­nova.”

10 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE New Am­s­ter­dam

The new episode “Sanc­tu­ary” finds the hos­pi­tal team still strug­gling against the ef­fects of a ma­jor storm out­side their fa­cil­ity. Thank­fully, Max (Ryan Eg­gold), a true master of im­pro­vi­sa­tion, man­ages to find a way to get their lights back on, al­though it in­volves an un­likely source. Mean­while, Reynolds (Jocko Sims) con­tin­ues his fight to save Hugh (Robert Sella), but ac­cess to very few re­sources forces him to get cre­ative as never be­fore. Freema Agye­man also stars.

10 p.m. on FX Fosse/Ver­don

Span­ning five decades and mov­ing back and for­ward through time, this new lim­ited se­ries ex­plores the sin­gu­lar if tur­bu­lent ro­man­tic and cre­ative part­ner­ship of di­rec­tor-chore­og­ra­pher Bob Fosse (Os­car win­ner Sam Rock­well) and song-and-dance su­per­star Gwen Ver­don (four-time Os­car nom­i­nee Michelle Wil­liams), who col­lab­o­rated on a string of hits dur­ing the golden age of Broad­way. Tony Award win­ner Thomas Kail (“Hamil­ton”) is di­rec­tor and an ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer (along with LinManuel Mi­randa).

WED­NES­DAY 8 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Na­ture

The ti­tle of the new episode “The Egg: Life’s Per­fect Invention” is more than mere hy­per­bole. Af­ter all, an egg is ar­guably na­ture’s most per­fect life-sup­port sys­tem, pro­tect­ing the de­vel­op­ing life within while still al­low­ing it to breathe. Eggs also are strong enough to bear the weight of a par­ent yet frag­ile enough for a hatch­ling to break free at the ap­pro­pri­ate time. Host David At­ten­bor­ough traces the process through each step lead­ing up to that mo­ment of hatch­ing.

8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN The Gold­bergs

Since she left col­lege, Erica (Hay­ley Or­ran­tia) has clocked a lot of hours watch­ing TV game shows, an ob­ses­sion that com­pels her to au­di­tion for her fa­vorite one in a new episode called (spoiler alert!) “I Lost on Jeop­ardy!.” Mean­while, a new crush leads Barry (Troy Gen­tile) to re­al­ize there’s a very good chance he’s still not over his ex, Lainey.

9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Star

As part of their on­go­ing cam­paign to snag a nom­i­na­tion in the ASA Awards, Car­lotta (Queen Lat­i­fah) and Gravity throw a lav­ish and at­ten­tion-get­ting Leg­end Trib­ute in the new episode “Amaz­ing Grace.” When Star’s (Jude De­mor­est) health starts to de­cline, Si­mone (Brit­tany O’Grady) faces a dif­fi­cult de­ci­sion, while Alex (Ryan Des­tiny) tries to re­build trust in her fam­ily. Noah (Luke James) fights to hang onto re­al­ity af­ter an up­set­ting visit from his mother. Kim­berly Elise, Ben Vereen and Keke Palmer guest star.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Jane The Vir­gin

Jane (Gina Ro­driguez) finds get­ting over the lat­est hur­dle life has put in front of her to be a lot more chal­leng­ing than ei­ther she or Rafael (Justin Bal­doni) might have hoped in the new “Chap­ter Eighty-Four.” Rogelio (Jaime Camil), mean­while, is in for a rude awak­en­ing when he dis­cov­ers that he and River (guest star Brooke Shields) aren’t as equal as he pre­vi­ously had thought. Squab­bles be­tween Jane and Pe­tra’s (Yael Grob­glas) kids bring up is­sues about how the two women re­ally feel about each other.

10 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE SEAL Team

When you’re a Navy SEAL, there’s no such thing as a rou­tine mis­sion. Ja­son (David Bore­anaz) and his team get a re­minder of how true that is in a new episode called “Par­adise Lost,” which finds the SEALs de­ployed to what is ex­pected to be a rou­tine train­ing ex­er­cise for their Filipino coun­ter­parts. Un­ex­pect­edly, how­ever, a sur­prise bomb at­tack in Manila lands them in dire peril. Ta­mala Jones, El­lyn Jameson and Lochlyn Munro guest star; Max Thieriot, Neil Brown Jr. and A.J. Buck­ley also star.

THURS­DAY 8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Su­per­nat­u­ral

Con­tin­u­ing a ma­jor story arc that has run through nearly all of Sea­son 14, Sam and Dean (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ack­les) feel an el­e­vated sense of con­cern about the ev­i­dently weak­en­ing con­di­tion of Jack’s (Alexan­der Calvert) soul in a new episode called “Ab­sence.” It’s a worry that res­onates painfully for the broth­ers Winch­ester, since they both re­mem­ber all too well the hor­ri­ble pe­riod when Sam lost his own soul. Misha Collins also stars. 8 p.m. on MTV Dou­ble Shot at Love With DJ Pauly D and Vinny DJ Pauly D and Vinny Guadagnino from “Jersey Shore Fam­ily Va­ca­tion” are on the block, so to speak, in the two-hour pre­miere of this new re­al­ity com­pe­ti­tion se­ries, which finds 20 women be­tween the ages of 22 and 33 com­pet­ing for their af­fec­tion. Un­like some other dat­ing shows, this one does in­cor­po­rate a bal­ance to power to some ex­tent: Al­though Pauly D, 38, and Guadagnino, 31, get to choose who goes and who stays each week, the women get to de­cide whose love they’re com­pet­ing for. 9 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE Brook­lyn Nine-Nine Their wed­ding day was in­ter­rupted by a chill­ing threat, then they found them­selves hon­ey­moon­ing at the same re­sort where their boss, Cap­tain Holt (An­dre Braugher), was go­ing through an ex­is­ten­tial cri­sis. It stands to rea­son, then, that Jake and Amy ( Andy Sam­berg, Melissa Fumero) prob­a­bly were ready for nearly any­thing as their first an­niver­sary rolled around. Even so, they prob­a­bly didn’t fore­see spend­ing their spe­cial evening stand­ing guard over the hos­pi­tal bed of a co­matose pa­tient, in the new episode “Case­ca­tion.” 9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH The Orville Given the many high-stakes crises he and his crew have been forced to deal with re­cently, Capt. Ed Mercer (Seth MacFar­lane) is not in the mood for any sur­prises these days — in­clud­ing the new one that the Mo­clans — the hu­manoid species to which Lt. Cmdr. Bor­tus (Peter Ma­con) be­longs — aboard the Orville are all har­bor­ing a se­cret. Adri­anne Pal­icki, Scott Grimes, Penny John­son Jer­ald and Jes­sica Szohr also star in the new episode “Sanc­tu­ary.”

9 p.m. on A&E Hunt­ing JonBenét’s Killer: The Un­told Story

In this new two-hour doc­u­men­tary spe­cial, host El­iz­a­beth Var­gas takes a fresh dive into one of the most in­fa­mous cold-case mur­ders in U.S. his­tory, in­cor­po­rat­ing new leads and the lat­est DNA tech­nol­ogy. The film, which fea­tures an ex­clu­sive in­ter­view with John Ram­sey, fa­ther of the mur­der vic­tim, also in­cludes numer­ous in­truder the­o­ries of the crime, as well as the last known photo of young JonBenet Ram­sey.

9:30 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Fam

In the Sea­son 1 fi­nale, “This Is Fam,” Freddy (Gary Cole) sur­prises Clem (Nina Do­brev) with a very un­ex­pected bridal gift: a video her late mother left for her daugh­ter to watch on her wed­ding day. On a more mun­dane yet mad­den­ing note, Clem and Nick (Tone Bell) run into trou­ble get­ting their mar­riage li­cense the day be­fore their wed­ding is to take place.

FRI­DAY 6 p.m. on TRAV Ghost Ad­ven­tures

In a creepy new episode called “Too Ghoul for School,” Zak Ba­gans and his crew hit the road to Idaho, where they in­ves­ti­gate a for­mer school that re­port­edly has been plagued by ma­li­cious en­ti­ties. Later, the guys log even more miles as they head south to New Mex­ico to in­ves­ti­gate reports that some dark para­nor­mal en­ergy seems to sur­round a mys­te­ri­ous school build­ing.

8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Fresh Off the Boat

The Huangs fi­nally are ad­just­ing to life without Ed­die (Hud­son Yang), at least un­til an in­ter­na­tional in­ci­dent cat­a­pults him to Tai­wanese fame, while also hand­ing him a re­turn ticket State­side in the Sea­son 5 fi­nale, “No Apol­ogy Nec­es­sary.” To un­ravel the mess Ed­die has caused, the fam­ily wel­comes a new “daugh­ter” into their home, but things only go fur­ther awry. Mean­while, master baby sit­ter Evan (Ian Chen) has a per­sonal epiphany while watch­ing lit­tle Maria for Honey and Marvin (Chelsey Crisp, Ray Wise).

9 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE The Black­list

In the new episode “Lady Luck,” Liz and Ressler (Me­gan Boone, Diego Klat­ten­hoff) team up to in­ves­ti­gate a Black­lis­ter who of­fers to erase crip­pling gam­bling debts — a ser­vice that comes at a de­cep­tively high price, how­ever. Else­where, Dembe (Hisham Taw­fiq) grows alarmed as Red (James Spader) puts the loy­al­ties of their busi­ness as­so­ci­ates to the test while search­ing for the in­di­vid­ual who turned him in to the po­lice. Michael Aronov guest stars.

9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Proven In­no­cent

Daniel Her­nan­dez (guest star Juan Gabriel Pareja), a for­mer frat boy, ap­proaches the In­jus­tice De­fense Group for help af­ter he’s charged with rape and mur­der in the new episode “Ac­cept­able Losses.” Un­for­tu­nately, a de­vel­op­ment in the Davon Watkins (guest star Co­ley Mustafa Speaks) case forces Made­line (Rachelle LeFevre) to re­turn to Ohio, trust­ing Easy and Bodie (Rus­sell Hornsby, Vincent Kartheiser) to handle Daniel’s case be­fore Easy’s men­tor, Judge Fry (guest star Stephen McKin­ley Hen­der­son).

9 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Hawaii Five-0

Well, at least no one could call this a cold case: In the new episode “He Kama Na Ka Pueo,” McGar­rett (Alex O’Lough­lin) and his Five-0 team in­ves­ti­gate the mur­der of a man whose re­mains were dis­cov­ered in a cre­ma­to­rium fur­nace. Solv­ing this ap­par­ent homi­cide could pro­vide a bonus for the team, since the dead man may hold the key to a 20-year-old kid­nap­ping case in which the vic­tim’s fa­ther never has stopped look­ing for her. Scott Caan also stars.

10 p.m. on MAX War­rior

Af­ter he in­ter­cepts a ship­ment of opium at the docks, Young Jun (Ja­son Tobin) de­cides to use this un­ex­pected booty to send a clear mes­sage to Long Zi (Henry Yuk) in the new episode “There’s No China in the Bi­ble.” Mean­while, Big Bill and Lee (Kieran Bew, Tom We­stonJones) in­ves­ti­gate a grisly mur­der in an al­ley next to The Ban­shee, an Ir­ish bar. The mayor’s wife, Penny Blake (Joanna Van­der­ham) finds her­self in a pickle while vis­it­ing the wharf with her Chi­nese manser­vant (Ken­neth Fok).

SATUR­DAY 6 p.m. on CNN Chas­ing Life With Dr. San­jay Gupta

Is there a se­cret to liv­ing both longer and bet­ter? Jour­nal­ist and neu­ro­sur­geon Dr. San­jay Gupta crosses the globe in search of pos­si­ble an­swers to that ques­tion in this new six-part do­cuseries, which takes him to In­dia, Bo­livia, Nor­way, Italy and Turkey. First, how­ever, tonight’s se­ries pre­miere finds Gupta in Ja­pan to see how Tokyo res­i­dents cope with work-in­duced stress and why peo­ple in Ok­i­nawa, nick­named “Land of the Im­mor­tals,” tend to lead long lives. An­other episode, set in In­dia, im­me­di­ately fol­lows.

8 p.m. on HALL Movie: Bot­tled With Love

Hurt that her boyfriend stood her up on her friend’s wed­ding day, nor­mally self-pos­sessed Bos­ton ex­ec­u­tive Abbey Lawrence (Bethany Joy Lenz) de­cides to vent her frus­tra­tion in an anony­mous let­ter, which she then seals in a bot­tle and then hurls it into the lo­cal har­bor. Months later, in one of those fan­tas­tic co­in­ci­dences that rarely hap­pen out­side love sto­ries, that bot­tle washes ashore in Maine, where it’s dis­cov­ered by Nick Ever­son (An­drew Walker), the son of a cor­po­rate ex­ec­u­tive — at the com­pany where Abbey works, in this 2019 ro­mance.

8 p.m. on HBO Movie: Crazy Rich Asians

Jon M. Chu’s 2018 ro­man­tic com­edy was the first film by a ma­jor Hol­ly­wood stu­dio to fea­ture a pre­dom­i­nantly Asian cast in a mod­ern set­ting since 1993’s “The Joy Luck Club,” but it took in more than $238 mil­lion world­wide, mak­ing it the high­est­gross­ing ro­man­tic com­edy in a decade. Con­stance Wu (“Fresh Off the Boat”) stars as NYU eco­nom­ics pro­fes­sor Rachel Chu, who is stunned to learn her cur­rent boyfriend (Henry Gold­ing) is part of one of the rich­est fam­i­lies in Sin­ga­pore.

9 p.m. on TLC Nate & Jeremiah by De­sign

In­te­rior de­sign cou­ple Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent re­turn for their third sea­son of help­ing des­per­ate home­own­ers whose nest egg has been drained by a money pit that leaves them feel­ing over­whelmed and de­feated. These new episodes find the cou­ple step­ping in to turn around ren­o­va­tion dis­as­ters that are so bad, they’re tak­ing down per­sonal re­la­tion­ships along with the house­hold bud­get.

San­dra Oh stars in “Killing Eve” Sun­day on BBC Amer­ica.

Sam Rock­well stars in “Fosse/Ver­don” Tues­day on FX.

Hud­son Yang stars in “Fresh Off the Boat” Fri­day on ABC.

David Bore­anaz stars in “SEAL Team” Wed­nes­day on CBS.

“Chas­ing Life With Dr. San­jay Gupta” airs Satur­day on CNN.

“Dou­ble Shot of Love With DJ Pauly D and Vinny” airs Thurs­day on MTV.

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