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SUN­DAY 11 a.m. on 47.1 KGPE 2019 Masters Tour­na­ment

The PGA Tour’s first ma­jor tour­na­ment of the sea­son en­ters its fi­nal day with the fourth round of The Masters Tour­na­ment at the Au­gusta Na­tional Golf Club in Au­gusta, Ge­or­gia. As play winds down through­out the af­ter­noon the fo­cus turns to those at the top of the leader­board. Golf fans would love noth­ing more than for one of those to be Tiger Woods, who would be seek­ing his fifth green jacket.

8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE God Friended Me

Some­body up there — well, at CBS, any­way — re­ally likes this fresh­man dram­edy, which earned an early Sea­son 2 pickup back in Jan­uary. For now, though, Sea­son 1 ends on a big note for fans as Miles, Cara and Rakesh (Bran­don Micheal Hall, Vi­o­lett Beane, Su­raj Sharma) fi­nally find them­selves face to face with the elu­sive Henry Chase af­ter the God Account gives them the name of Simon Hayes (guest star Adam Gold­berg) in the fi­nale “Que Sera Sera.”

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Les Misérables on Mas­ter­piece

No one bursts into song, as in the long-run­ning Broad­way and West End mu­si­cal adap­ta­tion, but Vic­tor Hugo’s epic lit­er­ary block­buster comes to life again in a new six-episode adap­ta­tion by screen­writer An­drew Davies (“Pride and Prej­u­dice”). Do­minic West (“The Wire”) heads the large ensem­ble cast as heroic fugi­tive Jean Val­jean, with David Oyelowo (“Selma”) as his re­lent­less neme­sis, In­spec­tor Javert. Re­cent Academy Award win­ner Olivia Colman (“The Favourite”) has a fea­tured role as Madame Thenardier; Lily Collins, El­lie Bam­ber and Josh O’Con­nor also star.

9 p.m. on HBO Game of Thrones

The fight for the Iron Throne of Wes­teros moves into its fi­nal stages in the Sea­son 8 pre­miere, which finds Jon Snow and Daen­erys (Kit Har­ing­ton, Emilia Clarke) bound north­ward to Win­ter­fell. There, they plan to join the forces of Sansa and Arya Stark (So­phie Turner, Maisie Wil­liams) in what prom­ises to be a night­mar­ish bat­tle against the armies of the dead, led by the Night King. Peter Dinklage, Con­leth Hill and Niko­laj CosterWald­au also star.

9 p.m. on HMM Morn­ing Show Mys­ter­ies

Holly Robin­son Peete re­turns to her role as TV co-host Bil­lie Bless­ings in “A Mur­der in Mind,” a new who­dunit adapted from a novel co-writ­ten by “To­day” host Al Roker. Bil­lie is de­lighted when an old friend — Katie San­ders (Hilary Jar­dine), who re­cently got her big break star­ring in the new se­ries “Kelso’s Law” — is tapped to be Bil­lie’s morn­ing co-host for a week. Af­ter a corpse turns up and Bil­lie learns the vic­tim had been black­mail­ing Katie, how­ever, she and De­tec­tive Ian Jack­son (Rick Fox) must solve the case.

MON­DAY 8 p.m. on FREE Shad­owhunters

Hal­loween is gen­er­ally a challengin­g night for keep­ing or­der in any ma­jor city, but when a de­monic out­break hits New York on All Hal­low’s Eve, the staff at the In­sti­tute springs into ac­tion in the new episode “The Beast Within.” As the Shad­owhunters chase their de­monic quarry, how­ever, Jace (Do­minic Sher­wood) can’t stop wor­ry­ing about Clary (Kather­ine McNa­mara). Else­where, Alec (Matthew Dad­dario) is sim­i­larly dis­tracted by con­cern over Mag­nus’ (Harry Shum Jr.) on­go­ing de­pres­sion.

8 p.m. on HIST Je­sus: His Life

This new four-part, eight-hour minis­eries ex­am­i­na­tion of the life of Je­sus from the per­spec­tive of key fig­ures in his world comes to a close with “Mary Mag­da­lene: The Cru­ci­fix­ion; Peter: The Res­ur­rec­tion,” which opens with the story of one of Je­sus’ best known fe­male fol­low­ers, who joined Je­sus’ mother at the foot of the cross on the day of the cru­ci­fix­ion. A fright­ened Peter disavows Je­sus three times on the night of his ar­rest, but later em­barks on a mis­sion to spread the gospel of Christ.

9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH 9-1-1

A sys­tem-wide power out­age crip­ples the en­tire 9-1-1 op­er­a­tion, forc­ing the call cen­ter to re­sort to old-school meth­ods for re­spond­ing to emer­gen­cies, in the new episode “Bro­ken.” Among the crises in the mix, the re­spon­ders must deal with ex­plo­sions in mul­ti­ple homes, plus the com­pli­cated de­liv­ery of a child. Mean­while, Michael (Rock­mond Dun­bar) con­fronts Bobby (Peter Krause) about par­ent­ing his kids. An­gela Bas­sett also stars.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Ar­row

Ac­cused of mur­der af­ter her crim­i­nal past is ex­posed, Lau­rel (Katie Cas­sidy) goes full Black Siren and teams up with Shadow Thief (guest star Carmel Amit), a shady old ac­quain­tance, to be­gin a crime spree all across Star City in the new episode “Lost Ca­nary.” Al­though Di­nah (Ju­liana Harkavy) vows to bring in Lau­rel, Felic­ity (Emily Bett Rickards) re­fuses to give up on her friend, even sum­mon­ing Lau­rel’s sis­ter Sara (guest star Caity Lotz) to help get through to her.

10 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE The En­emy Within

Fans of this well-re­ceived new drama se­ries have been wait­ing to have some story blanks filled in, and they may get some an­swers in the new episode “An Of­fer,” which is heavy in flash­backs that re­veal the fate­ful chain of events that led CIA Deputy Di­rec­tor Erica Shep­herd (Jennifer Car­pen­ter) to com­mit trea­son and be­tray her coun­try. The hour also pro­vides new per­spec­tive on the en­su­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tion that set her on a col­li­sion course with Will Keaton (Mor­ris Ch­est­nut).

10 p.m. on FOOD Duff Takes the Cake

“Ace of Cakes” star Duff Gold­man takes his cel­e­brated in­ge­nu­ity when it comes to mak­ing lit­er­ally fan­tas­tic cake creations and turns his gifts to hon­or­ing peo­ple who truly de­serve such a treat in this new five-episode half-hour se­ries. Duff and his team sur­mount any ob­sta­cle to de­liver daz­zling bak­ery de­lights, some of them for kids who sur­vived the North­ern Cal­i­for­nia wild­fires. In an­other seg­ment, a jaw-drop­ping cake with an aquar­ium theme cel­e­brates vol­un­teers who work at such a fa­cil­ity. Some of the de­liv­ery des­ti­na­tions are daunt­ing as well.

TUES­DAY 5 p.m. on NGWILD Movie: Ghost of the Moun­tains

Antoine Fuqua, who di­rected “Train­ing Day” and the re­make of “The Mag­nif­i­cent Seven” among other films, nar­rates this 2017 wildlife ad­ven­ture from the Dis­ney­na­ture doc­u­men­tary line. Ben Wal­lis leads a team of film­mak­ers into the of­ten bru­tal weather of the Ti­betan Plateau in China to gather footage on the beau­ti­ful yet elu­sive snow leop­ard.

7 p.m. on ID True Con­vic­tion

For­mer Brook­lyn, N.Y., pros­e­cu­tor Anna-Sigga Ni­co­lazzi re­turns for more sto­ries about how pros­e­cu­tors across Amer­ica tack­led some of their most challengin­g cases. The sea­son pre­miere, “The Stalker,” re­volves around a truly creepy miss­ing-per­son case. Af­ter com­puter ex­pert Cari Farver in­ex­pli­ca­bly goes miss­ing, her lat­est boyfriend, one of her old flames and her own mother be­gin re­ceiv­ing threat­en­ing text mes­sages os­ten­si­bly sent by Cari. It’s up to the po­lice to de­ter­mine if she’s a de­ranged stalker or a mur­der vic­tim.

8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE The Flash

Se­ries star Danielle Pan­abaker, who plays Caitlin Snow, makes her di­rec­to­rial de­but with the new episode “God­speed,” which finds Barry and Iris (Grant Gustin, Candice Pat­ton) se­verely at odds over how to re­spond to the shock­ing news that their daugh­ter Nora (Jes­sica Parker Kennedy) is con­spir­ing with Thawne (Tom Ca­vanagh). Not know­ing whether they can con­tinue to trust her, Team Flash goes through Nora’s jour­nal, search­ing for clues to how this turn of events tran­spired.

9:30 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Bless This Mess

This new sin­gle-cam­era sit­com, which sounds a bit like “Green Acres” for the new mil­len­nium, stars Lake Bell (also a co-cre­ator and ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer) and Dax Shep­ard as new­ly­weds Rio and Mike, who de­cide to give up the New York ur­ban rat race in fa­vor of Ne­braska farm life. Af­ter giv­ing up their high-pay­ing jobs and re­lo­cat­ing, how­ever, the pair quickly dis­cover that “the sim­ple life” just presents them with a dif­fer­ent set of prob­lems. Ed Be­g­ley Jr., Pam Grier and JT Neal also star.

10 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN The Rookie

While the rook­ies get ready for an im­por­tant exam that will in­di­cate who moves for­ward to the next stage of train­ing, Of­fi­cers Nolan and Bishop (Nathan Fil­lion, Afton Wil­liamson) re­spond to a mur­der scene, where they learn the vic­tim may be linked to a po­ten­tial terror at­tack on the city of Los An­ge­les in the Sea­son 1 fi­nale, “Free Fall.” Shawn Ash­more, Michael Beach and Sarah Shahi guest star.

10 p.m. on BRAV Mex­i­can Dy­nas­ties

As Raquel con­tin­ues seeing Sam, Doris de­cides to do some dis­creet dig­ging into the back­ground of this new beau in the new episode “Paz for Con­cern.” When her friend Maria Paz comes to visit, Jenny de­cides to play Cu­pid and sets her up with Adan. Mari is still reel­ing from her up­set­ting con­ver­sa­tion with Doris at the Emerg­ing Artists Event, so the two have a tense re­union at Os­car and Paulina’s an­niver­sary party. Jenny senses a sin­is­ter note to the an­niver­sary present Mari gives the cou­ple.

WED­NES­DAY 8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Riverdale

Jug­head and FP (Cole Sprouse, Skeet Ul­rich) launch a fa­ther-son in­ves­ti­ga­tion to find the per­son re­spon­si­ble af­ter a tainted batch of fiz­zle rocks makes its way through Riverdale in the new “Chap­ter Fifty-Three: Jaw­breaker.” Archie (K.J. Apa), mean­while, quickly re­al­izes he may be in over his head af­ter ask­ing Veron­ica (Camila Men­des) to help get him into an up­com­ing box­ing tour­na­ment. Betty (Lili Rein­hart) makes a last-ditch at­tempt to res­cue Alice (Mad­chen Amick) from the in­sid­i­ous grip of The Farm. Made­laine Petsch and Vanessa Mor­gan also star.

8 p.m. on FREE Pretty Lit­tle Liars: The Per­fec­tion­ists

Mona (Janel Par­rish) com­mu­ni­cates with a mys­te­ri­ous stranger who prom­ises to pro­vide in­sights into the mur­der of Nolan in the new episode “The Patch­work Girl.” Else­where, Dana Booker’s (Klea Scott) on­go­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tion proves dis­tract­ing to Dy­lan (Eli Brown) as he strug­gles to pre­pare for an im­por­tant au­di­tion. Mean­while, a scheme by the Per­fec­tion­ists to clear their names ends in tragedy. Sasha Pi­eterse and Sofia Car­son also star.

9 p.m. on BRAV

The Real Housewives of New York City

The ladies squeeze in one last wild night as their Berk­shires week­end winds down in the new episode “It’s Kind of a Phone-y Story.” Tins­ley opens up about the death of her al­co­holic fa­ther dur­ing a con­ver­sa­tion with Luann, and Bethenny tells Dorinda about get­ting a sign from Den­nis. Later, at Bethenny’s din­ner party, a game of Truth or Dare takes a dark turn for Tins­ley.

9 p.m. on SYFY The Ma­gi­cians

Sea­son 4 of this so­phis­ti­cated and sexy adult fan­tasy se­ries has been pretty off the chain, even by its own high stan­dards for un­pre­dictabil­ity, with both Hale Ap­ple­man and Ar­jun Gupta play­ing dou­ble roles. The for­mer ap­pears as both fan fa­vorite Eliot Waugh and a homi­ci­dal mon­ster who has pos­sessed Eliot’s body, while the lat­ter has por­trayed two dif­fer­ent it­er­a­tions of Penny Adiy­odi, one alive, one dead. There’s also been an im­prob­a­bly tor­rid af­fair be­tween Sum­mer

Bishil’s Margo and Trevor Einhorn’s neb­bishy Josh. Here’s hop­ing for a res­o­lu­tion in tonight’s sea­son fi­nale, “The Seam.”

10 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Break­through: The Ideas That Changed the World

This en­light­en­ing and ridicu­lously en­ter­tain­ing new six-part se­ries takes a tour of hu­man his­tory to il­lus­trate how in­di­vid­u­als changed the world via the in­tro­duc­tion of six rev­o­lu­tion­ary in­ven­tions. The se­ries pre­miere, “The Tele­scope,” ex­plores how this in­stru­ment was de­vel­oped and then used to dis­cover the won­ders of the uni­verse. Bril­liant minds stretch­ing from Galileo to Ed­ward Hub­ble all con­trib­uted to the ever-evolv­ing tech­nol­ogy of the tele­scope, which to­day permits re­searches to see bil­lions of light years away.

10 p.m. on FX What We Do in the Shad­ows

Se­ries co-cre­ator Je­maine Clement, who also starred in the orig­i­nal movie that in­spired this se­ries spinoff, di­rected the new episode “Man­hat­tan Night Club,” which finds Las­zlo, Nadja (Matt Berry, Nata­sia Demetriou) and the rest of the Staten Is­land vam­pires ven­tur­ing into the beat­ing heart of the Big Ap­ple, hop­ing they can forge a help­ful al­liance with an old friend who has risen through the ranks and now is re­garded as king of the Man­hat­tan vamps. Kay­van No­vak and Mark Proksch also star.

THURS­DAY 8 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE Su­per­store

Con­vinced that sev­eral of her col­leagues are mak­ing fun of her be­hind her back, a sus­pi­cious Amy (Amer­ica Fer­rera) re­cruits Jonah (Ben Feld­man) to help monitor the Cloud 9 em­ploy­ees via the store’s se­cu­rity sys­tem in the new episode “Easter.” Mean­while, Dina (Lauren Ash) tries to track down an un­sanc­tioned Easter Bunny in the store, and Glenn (Mark McKin­ney) pre­pares for his church’s an­nual Pas­sion play. Colton Dunn also stars.

8 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Gotham

As Bane (guest star Shane West) puts his endgame for the de­struc­tion of Gotham into play, Gordon (Ben McKen­zie) is forced to take the dras­tic step of re­cruit­ing some of his past ad­ver­saries to save the city in a new episode called “They Did What?.” Mean­while, Nyssa al Ghul (guest star Jaime Murray) kid­naps Bar­bara’s (Erin Richards) new­born daugh­ter, plan­ning to raise the child as her own. Selina (Cam­ren Bi­con­dova) is dev­as­tated as Bruce (David Ma­zouz) de­cides to con­front his destiny and leave Gotham.

8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE The Big Bang The­ory

Know­ing how much it would mean to women ev­ery­where if she were to win a No­bel Prize, Amy (Mayim Bia­lik) grows ob­sessed with the prospect, then starts to crack un­der the purely self-im­posed pres­sure, in a new episode called “The In­spi­ra­tion De­pri­va­tion.” Mean­while, Howard and Raj try to re­cap­ture the good old days when the for­mer buys a scooter that looks like one of his old ones. Re­cent Os­car win­ner Regina King (“If Beale Street Could Talk”) reprises her guest role as Janine Davis, Cal­tech’s ad­min­is­tra­tor of hu­man re­sources.

8:31 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Life in Pieces

Sea­son 4 of this comic mo­saic of fam­ily life opens with the pre­miere “Jun­gle Push Re­sort An­niver­sary,” wherein the Short fam­ily ar­rives for a Yu­catan va­ca­tion to dis­cover their re­sort ac­com­mo­da­tions are far from what they were ex­pect­ing. Heather (Betsy Brandt) be­comes over­pro­tec­tive of Sophia (Giselle Eisen­berg) dur­ing a fam­ily out­ing. Jen and Greg (Zoe Lis­ter-Jones, Colin Hanks) are stunned to dis­cover Matt and Colleen (Thomas Sa­doski, An­gelique Cabral) have been mak­ing dupes of the rest of the fam­ily. Dianne Wi­est and James Brolin also star.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE In the Dark

Mur­phy (Perry Mat­tfeld) en­lists the help of Fe­lix (Mor­gan Krantz) to or­ga­nize an out­reach pro­gram at Fairview High School, which is re­ally mere sub­terfuge for her true goal: lo­cat­ing Tyson’s (Thamela Mpuml­wana) girl­friend, Kyra. Af­ter her pre­sen­ta­tion goes off the rails, how­ever, Mur­phy and Fe­lix have their first real heartto-heart con­ver­sa­tion dur­ing a smoke break. Else­where, Dean (Rich Som­mer) does his best to of­fer sup­port to Chloe (guest star Calle Wal­ton) as she goes through a rite of pas­sage. Kath­leen York also stars.

9 p.m. on A&E

Sex for Sale: The Un­told Story

In this new two-hour doc­u­men­tary, TV jour­nal­ist Elizabeth Var­gas delves into the in­ner work­ings of a new sex trade, one that re­lies on the In­ter­net to ex­ploit a stronger-than­ever de­mand for sex, in­ti­macy and com­pan­ion­ship. Her in­ves­ti­ga­tion takes view­ers on a re­veal­ing jour­ney through the in­di­vid­u­als whose lives are af­fected by this prac­tice.

FRI­DAY 8 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Last Man Stand­ing

Tim Allen’s fam­ily sit­com marks its 150th episode mile­stone with “Yass Queen,” which finds Mike (Allen) try­ing to help Mandy (Molly McCook) get her cloth­ing line off the ground and into retail stores. Hop­ing to get his daugh­ter fired up, he in­vites her to sit in on a busi­ness meet­ing with a sales rep (guest star Melissa Peter­man, “Reba”) whose per­sonal style is highly ag­gres­sive. Mean­while, Ed (Hec­tor El­i­zondo) hires Kyle (Christoph San­ders) to tran­scribe his life story.

8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE

I Love Lucy Funny Money Spe­cial

Two freshly col­orized vin­tage episodes of this clas­sic sit­com are “seam­lessly com­bined” (ac­cord­ing to CBS) in this new one-hour spe­cial, which opens with “The Mil­lion-Dol­lar Idea.” Lucy and Ethel (Lu­cille Ball, Vivian Vance) de­cide they could make a for­tune bot­tling and sell­ing Lucy’s tasty home­made salad dress­ing, but their busi­ness plan — or lack of one — leads to trou­ble.

Then, in “Bonus Bucks,” the Ri­car­dos and Mertzes share own­er­ship of a dol­lar bill worth $300 in a news­pa­per con­test. 8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Dy­nasty

For­mer sit­com star Joanna Kerns (“Grow­ing Pains”) di­rected “How Two-Faced Can You Get,” a new episode that sees Fal­lon (Elizabeth Gil­lies) tak­ing over a new pub­lish­ing com­pany. That ac­qui­si­tion brings back a com­pletely un­ex­pected per­son from her past, how­ever, com­plete with re­lated emo­tional and fi­nan­cial bag­gage. Mean­while, a dis­grun­tled Jeff (Sam Ade­goke) raises Blake’s (Grant Show) sus­pi­cions when he ap­pears on the At­lantix doorstep, and Cristal (Ana Brenda Con­tr­eras) frets that her old fam­ily will strike back at her new one.

9 p.m. on BRAV Don’t Be Tardy ...

Kim’s anx­i­ety level starts to rise sharply as the date nears for her Pride ap­pear­ance, where she hopes to in­tro­duce a new song. Plans for the Bier­mann bunch like­wise are in a state of flux, with var­i­ous par­tic­i­pants mov­ing out, switch­ing rooms and de­part­ing for school away from home. There may not be enough wine in the world to get Kim through all this un­cer­tainty and in­se­cu­rity in the sea­son fi­nale, “Per­for­mance Anx­i­ety.”

SATUR­DAY 8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Ransom

The mem­bers of the Cri­sis Res­o­lu­tion team are sum­moned on an ur­gent as­sign­ment to ne­go­ti­ate with a for­mi­da­ble ad­ver­sary, a so­ciopath who is mur­der­ing di­a­bet­ics via in­sulin that he has tainted, in a new episode called “Dark Triad.” Natalie Brown, Am­ber Gold­farb and Peter Outer­bridge guest star; Luke Roberts, Bran­don Jay McLaren and Nazneen Con­trac­tor also star.

8 p.m. on HALL Movie: Easter Un­der Wraps

Alarmed that sales at her fam­i­ly­owned choco­late com­pany are de­clin­ing, not peak­ing, as Easter ap­proaches, mar­ket­ing di­rec­tor Erin (Fiona Gubel­mann, “The Good Doc­tor”) goes un­der­cover to see what the prob­lem is. Bryan (Bren­dan Penny, “Ch­e­sa­peake Shores”), the hand­some head choco­latier, ad­vises Erin that he’s los­ing some of his best work­ers to au­to­ma­tion as the com­pany sac­ri­fices prod­uct qual­ity for stepped-up quan­tity. As the two work to­gether on Easter bas­kets, they start to get sweet on each other, too.

8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: I Am Some­body’s Child: The Regina Louise Story

Gin­nifer Good­win (“Once Upon a Time”) and new­comer An­gela Fair­ley make a com­pelling act­ing team in this fact-based 2019 drama, which chron­i­cles the har­row­ing jour­ney a young black woman (Fair­ley) made through 30 foster homes and psy­chi­atric fa­cil­i­ties be­fore the age of 18. Jeanne Kerr (Good­win) saw An­gela’s prom­ise and tried to adopt her, but was stymied by a racially mo­ti­vated rul­ing. She never lost faith in her young friend, how­ever, throw­ing An­gela a life­line that kept her alive un­til the adop­tion was ap­proved af­ter 25 years.

8 p.m. on HBO Movie: BlacKkKlan­s­man

Spike Lee won an Academy Award for co-writ­ing the adapted screen­play for this 2018 bi­o­graph­i­cal crime film, which chron­i­cles the in­cred­i­ble yet true story of how black po­lice de­tec­tive Ron Stall­worth (John David Wash­ing­ton) was able to in­fil­trate the Ku Klux Klan with the help of a white sur­ro­gate (Os­car-nom­i­nated Adam Driver) who pre­tended to be Stall­worth in per­sonal meet­ings with Klan lead­ers. To­pher Grace co-stars as white su­prem­a­cist David Duke. The film also was nom­i­nated as best pic­ture, best di­rec­tor (Lee), film edit­ing and score.

9 p.m. on FOOD Restau­rant: Im­pos­si­ble

Robert Irvine re­turns in four new episodes of one of his sig­na­ture TV shows, in which he res­cues be­lea­guered eater­ies that are on the brink of com­plete fi­nan­cial col­lapse. Tonight’s episode finds him in Es­con­dido, Calif., at a retro joint called Rosie’s Cafe, which has lost money ev­ery year since its open­ing. The grim hand­writ­ing is on the wall for this busi­ness un­less Robert — given a $10,000 bud­get and a dead­line of 48 hours — can whip this dis­or­ga­nized restau­rant into shape.

9 p.m. on SHOW Movie: The Catcher Was a Spy

Paul Rudd is best known for his comedic work in films and tele­vi­sion, but he ven­tures into the thriller genre in di­rec­tor Ben Lewin’s 2018 adap­ta­tion of Nicholas Daw­id­off’s bi­og­ra­phy of Moe Berg, a 15-year Ma­jor League Base­ball vet­eran who later joined the World War II es­pi­onage ef­fort by the Al­lies and worked as a spy against Nazi Ger­many. Mark Strong, Si­enna Miller, Jeff Daniels and Tom Wilkin­son also star in the film, which did a re­sound­ing belly flop at the sum­mer box of­fice af­ter get­ting mixed re­views.

10:03 p.m. on LIFE Movie: My Mom’s Let­ter From Heaven

A sin­gle fa­ther nears the end of his rope due to the tur­bu­lent re­la­tion­ship he shares with his re­bel­lious teenage daugh­ter in this 2019 drama, which is based on a true story. Their in­ter­ac­tion starts to un­dergo a pro­found change, how­ever, when a long-lost let­ter writ­ten to the daugh­ter by her dy­ing mother sud­denly turns up out of the blue. Barry Wat­son (“7th Heaven”), Cindy Busby (“Mar­ry­ing Mr. Darcy”), Karen Hol­ness (“The 100”) and Jaime M. Cal­lica (“Un­REAL”) star.

Duff Gold­man stars in “Duff Takes the Cake” Mon­day on Food Net­work.

Lake Bell stars in “Bless This Mess” Tues­day on ABC.

Do­minic West stars in “Les Misérables on Mas­ter­piece” Sun­day on PBS.

Kim Zol­ciak-Bier­mann stars in “Don’t Be Tardy ...” Fri­day on Bravo.

Hale Ap­ple­man stars in “The Ma­gi­cians” Wed­nes­day on Syfy.

Betsy Brandt stars in “Life in Pieces” Thurs­day on CBS.

Gin­nifer Good­win (left) and An­gela Fair­ley star in “I Am Some­body’s Child: The Regina Louise Story” Satur­day on Life­time.

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