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SUN­DAY 6 a.m. on 24.1 KSEE 2019 French Open Ten­nis

The clay ten­nis courts at Stade Roland-Gar­ros in Paris, France have one more big ten­nis match as the men’s fi­nal of the 123rd French Open takes place. Spain’s Rafael Nadal won his 11th French Open in 2018, and his sec­ond straight hav­ing won in 2017 also. Could we see Nadal up against the likes of 2016 cham­pion No­vak Djokovic, or Roger Fed­erer, who’s only French Open ti­tle was in 2009?

5 p.m. on TCM Movie: Pil­low Talk

Doris Day and Rock Hud­son be­came Amer­ica’s fa­vorite ro­man­tic-com­edy cou­ple in this 1959 clas­sic, which airs as part of TCM’s day-long salute to the late, much-beloved ac­tress. Hud­son stars as a play­boy song­writer who falls for the in­te­rior dec­o­ra­tor (Day) with whom he shares a party line — not know­ing she’s the same woman adored by the Broad­way pro­ducer (Tony Ran­dall) bankrollin­g his com­pos­ing ca­reer. The clever orig­i­nal screen­play won an Os­car as the year’s best.

8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Celebrity Fam­ily Feud

Ubiq­ui­tous TV host Steve Har­vey re­turns in that ca­pac­ity for Sea­son

5 of this prime­time and star-stud­ded edi­tion of the vin­tage game show. The first round finds spouses John Leg­end and Chrissy Teigen com­pet­ing with the “Van­der­pump Rules” cast; round two pits Terry Crews (“Brook­lyn NineNine”) and wife Re­becca against “Queer Eye” star Karamo Brown and as­so­ciates.

8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE The 73rd An­nual Tony Awards

From Ra­dio City Mu­sic Hall in New York, James Corden re­turns for his sec­ond turn as host of the an­nual cer­e­monies hon­or­ing the­atri­cal ex­cel­lence on Broad­way. Lead­ing the pack with 14 nom­i­na­tions this year is the mu­si­cal “Hadestown,” which moves the myth of Or­pheus and Eury­dice to De­pres­sion-era Amer­ica. Other nom­i­nees in­clude Bryan Cranston and Lau­rie Metcalf.

8 p.m. on HALL Good Witch

The hit ro­man­tic drama opens Sea­son 5 with “The For­ever Tree,” a two-part story that con­cludes Mon­day. As their wedding looms, Sam (James Den­ton) tries to iden­tify the tree un­der which Cassie’s (Catherine Bell) an­ces­tor was mar­ried, as a sur­prise for his bride. Grace (Bailee Madi­son), mean­while, is plagued by a mad­den­ing case of wedding hic­cups.

9 p.m. on HIST Se­crets in the Sky: The Un­told Story of Skunk Works

Lock­heed Martin opens its hangar doors for the first time in the com­pany’s 75-year his­tory for this two-hour spe­cial, which un­veils to view­ers the firm’s covert “Skunk Works” pro­gram, an aero­space di­vi­sion tasked with cre­at­ing the most in­no­va­tive ma­chines of any era. Past suc­cesses in­clude the Stealth Bomber, aka the Northrop Grum­man B-2 Spirit.

9 p.m. on TBS TNT Claws

Sea­son 2 of this over-the-top dram­edy ended on a cliffhange­r, as Vir­ginia (Kar­rueche Tran) took a bul­let in­tended for Desna (Niecy Nash), as the pair were about to check out their new busi­ness ven­ture: a casino Desna in­her­ited. As Sea­son 3 opens, the ladies quickly dis­cover they’ve en­tered a high-stakes world. Judy Reyes and Carrie Pre­ston also star.

9 p.m. on HBO Big Lit­tle Lies

Meryl Streep joins the cast in Sea­son 2 of this multi-award-winning se­ries as Mary Louise Wright, a griev­ing but de­ter­mined older woman who comes to Mon­terey, Calif., seeking an­swers about the death of her son (played in Sea­son 1 by Emmy win­ner Alexan­der Skars­gard). Reese Wither­spoon, Ni­cole Kid­man, Shai­lene Wood­ley, Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz re­turn.

10 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN To Tell the Truth

An­thony An­der­son re­turns as host for Sea­son 4 of this golden-age TV game show re­boot, in which celebrity pan­elists Oliver Hud­son, Justin Long, Snoop Dogg and Amanda Seales are chal­lenged to grill a trio of strangers, all claim­ing to be the same per­son, and dis­cern which of them is the real McCoy.

10:01 p.m. on TLC sMoth­ered

It’s a cliché that women and their moth­ers spend much of their time ar­gu­ing, but this new un­scripted se­ries fea­tures four mother-daugh­ter pairs who are vir­tu­ally in­sep­a­ra­ble. For the most part, that’s well and good for the ladies in­volved, but given how they make each other their top pri­or­ity, their other loved ones have misgivings.

MON­DAY 7 p.m. on NICK

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader

Ac­tor and pro wrestler John Cena takes over the host­ing chores once handled by Jeff Fox­wor­thy in this re­boot of the en­gag­ing game show that tests grown-ups on their gen­eral knowl­edge, based on ques­tions taken directly from a cur­rent el­e­men­tary school cur­ricu­lum. A dozen brainy grade-school stu­dents are in the cen­ter of the ac­tion.

8 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH Beat Shazam

Host Jamie Foxx sets up an ex­cit­ing “Bi-Coastal Bat­tle Royale” as he wel­comes a ge­o­graph­i­cally di­verse slate of Amer­i­can con­tes­tants in this new episode. Teams of New York mu­si­cians, two best pals from Los An­ge­les and a brother-sis­ter duo from South Carolina hope their mu­si­cal knowl­edge will carry them to a shot at up to $1 mil­lion.

8 p.m. on HALL Good Witch

On his wedding day, Sam (James Den­ton) gets some help in find­ing the spe­cial tree from Grace (Bailee Madi­son), for whom the day has stirred up com­pli­cated emo­tions about her late fa­ther in the new episode “The For­ever Tree, Pt. 2.” Mean­while, Abi­gail (Sarah Power) as­sumes her new may­oral du­ties. Catherine Bell also stars.

9 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE The Code

An in­ves­ti­ga­tion by Harper and Abe (Phillipa Soo, Luke Mitchell) into al­leged mis­con­duct by a Ma­rine re­cruiter ap­pears to hit a wall when a cru­cial wit­ness re­fuses to tes­tify in the new episode “Smoke-Pit.” Anna Wood, Ato Es­san­doh and Dana De­lany also star; Aaron Tveit and An­drew Bur­nap guest star.

9 p.m. on FOOD Best Baker in Amer­ica

In the new episode “Themed Desserts: Toy Story 4,” the five bak­ers still in the com­pe­ti­tion are first tasked with cre­at­ing mini desserts around a “Toy Story” theme that would be fit­ting for a movie premiere party. For the mas­ter chal­lenge, they must choose a “Toy Story 4” char­ac­ter and repli­cate it in cake.

9 p.m. on MTV Teen Mom OG

A two-hour premiere marks the 10th an­niver­sary of this se­ries fol­low­ing Maci Book­out, Cate­lynn Lowell and Am­ber Port­wood as they try to nav­i­gate the ups and downs of moth­er­hood, along with Cheyenne Floyd, who joined the show last sea­son. Among up­com­ing high­lights, Cate­lynn and Tyler wel­come their third daugh­ter, while Am­ber coura­geously faces her men­tal ill­ness.

10 p.m. on HBO Gen­tle­man Jack

Sea­son 1 of Sally Wain­wright’s (“Last Tango in Hal­i­fax”) quirky pe­riod drama draws to a close with a fi­nale called, some­what cheek­ily, “Are You Still Talk­ing?” Sea­son 2 has just been or­dered, and the show — largely based on ac­tual events and char­ac­ters — has def­i­nitely drawn a cult fol­low­ing, thanks largely to lead­ing lady Su­ranne Jones.

10:01 p.m. on TLC Kate Plus Date

View­ers first met Kate Gos­selin as part of a mar­riage, which fell apart nearly a decade ago. Since then, she’s been in full “mom mode” as her sex­tu­plets grew up. Now she’s ready to jump back into the dat­ing pool, en­list­ing the help of match­mak­ers Rachel DeAlto and Adam LoDolce to make this awk­ward tran­si­tion.

TUES­DAY 12 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH 5 p.m. on FS1 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Alex Mor­gan and the United States Na­tional women’s soc­cer team be­gin de­fense of their 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup ti­tle when they take on Thai­land in a Group F matchup. How­ever, the U.S. team may be look­ing more to avenge their 2016 loss to Swe­den in the quar­ter-fi­nals at the Sum­mer Olympics in Rio; a ma­jor dis­ap­point­ment that still stings. Mor­gan, a co-cap­tain to the U.S. team, has scored over 100 goals in in­ter­na­tional play.

8 p.m. on FREE The Bold Type

Af­ter her and Jane’s (Katie Stevens) ex­posé makes an im­pact, Jac­que­line (Melora Hardin) pon­ders how to make Scar­let an in­dus­try leader that backs up talk with ac­tion in the Sea­son 3 fi­nale “Breaking Through the Noise.” Sut­ton (Meghann Fahy) cel­e­brates the end of her de­sign sem­i­nar, while Kat (Aisha Dee) de­cides to face her prob­lems.

9 p.m. on TLC Out­daugh­tered

Quints Ava, Olivia, Riley, Parker and Hazel Busby are now “three-nagers,” with all the at­ti­tude that en­tails, as this hit un­scripted se­ries opens a new sea­son. Amid all the fam­ily fun, how­ever, par­ents Adam and Danielle jug­gle new is­sues such as her stub­born and mys­te­ri­ous mi­graines, as well as the prospect of an­other surgery for daugh­ter Hazel.

9 p.m. on TNT An­i­mal King­dom

J’s (Finn Cole) frus­tra­tion level with Mia (So­hvi Ro­driguez) es­ca­lates as Craig (Ben Rob­son) strug­gles to pull off Frankie’s (Dichen Lach­man) in­creas­ingly com­pli­cated job in the new episode “Man vs. Rock.” Else­where, Deran (Jake Weary) tries to coax Pope (Shawn Hatosy) out of the house, and Smurf (Ellen Barkin) wants some an­swers, pronto.

10 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Blood & Trea­sure

Lexi (Sofia Per­nas) learns from an un­likely ally that an Egyp­tian of­fi­cial pos­sesses files that could lead her to Farouk (Oded Fehr) in the new episode “The Brother­hood of Ser­apis.” Be­fore she can take ac­tion, though, she has to en­list Danny’s (Matt Barr) help with a risky plan, which in turn re­quires her to lie to him.

10 p.m. on FX Pose

The ac­claimed pe­riod drama picks up the ac­tion fol­low­ing a three-year time jump to 1990, which finds the ball­room com­mu­nity mov­ing into the pop cul­ture main­stream. Blanca (Mj Ro­driguez) en­cour­ages her charges in the House of Evan­ge­lista to fol­low their dreams, even as she puts her own on hold. Pray Tell (Billy Porter) be­comes an AIDS ac­tivist.

10 p.m. on LIFE Cheer­leader Gen­er­a­tion

The world of com­pet­i­tive cheer­lead­ing is the back­drop for this new un­scripted se­ries, which fol­lows two squads and their coaches, Donna Martin of Dun­bar High School in Lex­ing­ton, Ky., and her daugh­ter, Ole Miss head coach Ryan O’Con­nor. In the premiere, “The New Gen­er­a­tion,” both Donna and Ryan hold try­outs at their re­spec­tive schools.

WED­NES­DAY 9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH First Re­spon­ders Live

“Law & Or­der” mega-pro­ducer Dick Wolf re­turns to the net­work that was home to his “New York Un­der­cover” po­lice drama in the mid-1990s with this new un­scripted se­ries that prom­ises view­ers a raw, in-depth look at heroic Amer­i­can fire­fight­ers, po­lice of­fi­cers, EMS tech­ni­cians and other first re­spon­ders as they race to save oth­ers. Josh Elliott hosts.

9 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Card Sharks

Joel McHale (“Com­mu­nity”) brings his winning com­bi­na­tion of gen­tle snark and good cheer to this vin­tage game show that orig­i­nally pre­miered on NBC in 1978, hosted by Jim Perry. In each round, two play­ers face off in a head-to-head elim­i­na­tion race, with the winning player claim­ing a $10,000 cash prize and a chance at a lifechang­ing pay­day.

9 p.m. on OWN Queen Sugar

The Borde­lon fam­ily con­tin­ues its fight to save their fam­ily farm and pre­serve their fa­ther’s legacy as this tur­bu­lent drama re­turns for Sea­son 4. Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gard­ner) re­mains at odds with the Landry clan while try­ing to safe­guard Micah’s (Ni­cholas Ashe) fu­ture. Nova (Rutina Wes­ley) em­barks on a book tour to pro­mote her me­moirs. Kofi Siri­boe also stars.

10 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Match Game

Mul­ti­ple Emmy win­ner Alec Baldwin re­turns to host Sea­son 5 of this re­boot of a fondly re­mem­bered game show closely as­so­ci­ated with long­time host Gene Ray­burn and such guests as Charles Nel­son Reilly and Fan­nie Flagg, among many oth­ers. Tonight’s pan­elists in­clude Ja­son Alexan­der, Sh­eryl Underwood, Gabriel Iglesias, Con­stance Zim­mer, Michael Che and Brid­get Everett.

10 p.m. on SYFY USA Kryp­ton

Sea­son 2 of this su­per­hero ad­ven­ture re­sumes the ac­tion against the back­drop of a changed Kan­dor, where both its fu­ture and free­dom are jeop­ar­dized by the am­bi­tious plans of the ruth­less Gen. Dru-Zod (Colin Salmon), who yearns to con­quer the uni­verse. He may pre­vail un­less SegEl (Cameron Cuffe) is able to unite a rag­tag re­sis­tance band.

10 p.m. on TVL Younger

Kelsey (Hi­lary Duff) em­braces her chal­leng­ing new role as pub­lisher at the newly minted Mil­len­nial Print as this hit ro­man­tic com­edy opens Sea­son 6, while Liza and Charles (Sut­ton Fos­ter, Peter Her­mann) settle into a new life to­gether now that he’s no longer run­ning the busi­ness. Debi Mazar, Miriam Shore and Nico Tor­torella also re­turn to their roles.

THURS­DAY 9:30 a.m. on FS1 2019 U.S. Open Golf Cham­pi­onship

What is now the PGA Tour’s third ma­jor of the sea­son gets un­der way at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Cal­i­for­nia. Brooks Koepka has won the last two U.S. Opens and most re­cently the PGA Cham­pi­onship in May, as well as in Au­gust of 2018. A win in this one would make him the first player to have three straight U.S. Open vic­to­ries since Wil­lie An­der­son did it more than a cen­tury ago from 1903-1905.

8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE iZom­bie

In­ves­ti­gat­ing the mur­der of a chef at a high-end restau­rant, Liv (Rose McIver) con­sumes the vic­tim’s brain and al­most im­me­di­ately turns into a relentless per­fec­tion­ist with the power to break a per­son be­yond repair in the new episode “Fil­leted to Rest.” Mean­while, Ma­jor (Robert Buck­ley) tries to learn who is be­tray­ing the com­man­der.

8 p.m. on FREE Siren

While the mer­maids get re-ac­cli­mated to their sea home, Ben, Mad­die (Alex Roe, Fola Evans-Ak­ing­bola) and the other humans grap­ple with fall­out from the at­tack on the oil rig in “No North Star,” the sum­mer premiere. Ryn (Eline Pow­ell) re­turns to land to honor an agree­ment with the mil­i­tary, al­though their ob­jec­tives are murky.

9 p.m. on WE Grow­ing Up Hip Hop Atlanta

Sea­son 3 launches with a re­boot that shakes up the cast a bit. Da Brat is fu­ri­ous when Bow Wow’s ar­rest blows up in the tabloids. Else­where, R. Kelly’s ar­rest ig­nites a stormy child sup­port bat­tle with ex-wife Drea Kelly, while Waka Flocka Flame and wife Tammy Rivera find their wedding re­newal vows sorely tested.

10 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE El­e­men­tary

Af­ter an ex­plo­sion at a traf­fic stop, Holmes and Wat­son (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu) must de­ter­mine whether the at­tack was a ter­ror­ist at­tack in the new episode “Red Light, Green Light.” Later, the two sleuths sus­pect there is more for them to dis­cover re­gard­ing the re­cent at­tack on some­one within their inner cir­cle.

10 p.m. on FX Bas­kets

Af­ter 49 years, Chip (Zach Gal­i­fi­anakis) fi­nally de­cides it’s high time he move out of his child­hood home as Sea­son 4 launches with a premiere called “Cat Peo­ple.” As Chip tries to steel him­self for that tran­si­tion, Chris­tine and Ken (Louie An­der­son, Alex Morris) find a new home of their own. Martha Kelly co-stars.

10 p.m. on SUND The Name of the Rose

Sea­son 1 of this me­dieval mys­tery se­ries adapted from Um­berto Eco’s novel con­cludes with two back-to­back episodes. Remi­gio (Fabrizio Ben­tivoglio) finds him­self be­trayed by a close friend when the trial against him com­mences un­der Bernardo Gui’s (Ru­pert Everett) com­mand. Adso and Wil­liam (Damian Har­dung, John Tur­turro) face a catas­tro­phe as they en­ter the li­brary to solve the case.

FRI­DAY 8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Mar­vel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Lou Di­a­mond Phillips di­rected the new episode called “The Other Thing,” which in­volves a rare dou­ble­hostage sit­u­a­tion. Sarge (Clark Gregg) has May (Ming-Na Wen), while Daisy, Enoch and Sim­mons (Chloe Ben­net, Joel Stof­fer, Eliz­a­beth Hen­stridge) are oth­er­wise cap­tive. As a con­se­quence, now there are two plan­ets that need sav­ing. Iain De Caestecker also stars.

9 p.m. on SHOW Movie: 16 Shots

In his new doc­u­men­tary, Os­carnom­i­nated film­maker Rick Row­ley (“Dirty Wars”) ex­am­ines the 2014 shoot­ing death of 17-year-old Laquan McDon­ald by Chicago po­lice of­fi­cer Ja­son Van Dyke, as well as the coverup that en­sued af­ter jour­nal­ists and ac­tivists chal­lenged the of­fi­cial po­lice dec­la­ra­tion that the shoot­ing was jus­ti­fied.

9:35 p.m. on DISN Just Roll With It

“Walk the Prank” se­ries cre­ators Adam Small and Trevor Moore also came up with this am­bi­tious new project in which a con­ven­tional fam­ily sit­com gets an im­prov-com­edy twist that al­lows mem­bers of the stu­dio au­di­ence to vote on the story di­rec­tion in key scenes. The cast in­cludes To­bie Wind­ham, Suzi Barrett, Ra­mon Reed and Kaylin Hay­man.

10 p.m. on MAX Jett

Cre­ated, writ­ten and di­rected by Se­bas­tian Gu­tier­rez (the thriller “Gothika”), this new drama stars Carla Gug­ino (“The Haunt­ing of Hill House”) in the ti­tle role of Daisy “Jett” Kowal­ski, an ac­com­plished thief fresh out of prison. Soon, how­ever, she’s forced to fall back on her old skill set. Gian­carlo Es­pos­ito, Elena Anaya and Gil Bel­lows co-star.

10:03 p.m. on DSC Masters of Dis­as­ter

Whether you’re deal­ing with a pro­longed power fail­ure, a mas­sive crash of the web or fall­out from a nu­clear blast, most high-tech de­vices are not go­ing to work. That’s where me­chanic Beau Boruff and his Ten­nessee crafts­men at Sur­vival Re­search Inc. can help, since they source, re­store and sell vin­tage ob­jects that will still per­form in a catas­tro­phe.

SATUR­DAY 1 p.m. on FS1 MLB Base­ball

David Per­alta and the Ari­zona Di­a­mond­backs visit the Wash­ing­ton Na­tion­als. Per­alta is flirt­ing with an­other sea­son of bat­ting .300 and is also lead­ing the team in home runs. He bat­ted .312 in 2015 and .293 each of the past two sea­sons; among the best in the big leagues. Still, the D-backs are strug­gling to keep pace be­hind the Los An­ge­les Dodgers in the Na­tional League West, while the Nat’s are like­wise strug­gling in the NL East.

7 p.m. on ID

Death in the Bayou: The Jen­nings 8

This new true-crime se­ries, which launches tonight as two back-to-back episodes, chron­i­cles a lurid se­ries of events that starts in 2005, when the body of a 28-year-old woman is found in a ru­ral Louisiana canal. Over the next four years, seven more bod­ies are found. To date, no one for­mally has been charged and in­ves­ti­ga­tions con­tinue.

8 p.m. on ANPL

Dr. Jeff: Rocky Moun­tain Vet

Dr. Amy helps a beloved dog who was in­jured while chas­ing a coy­ote in the new episode “Run­away Dog.” Mean­while, Dr. Jeff def­i­nitely has his hands full while treat­ing a jumpy Sa­van­nah cat who has an un­usual con­di­tion. Else­where, the team tries to find the own­ers of a dog res­cued on the high­way.

8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: Tempt­ing Fate

Adapted from a best-sell­ing novel by Jane Green, this 2019 drama stars Alyssa Mi­lano (“Charmed”) as a hap­pily mar­ried mother of two whose life with her devoted hus­band is up­ended when she meets a hand­some younger man who in­ex­pli­ca­bly ig­nites a pas­sion in­side her. Steve Kazee (“Shame­less”) and Zane Holtz (“From Dusk Till Dawn: The Se­ries”) co-star.

8 p.m. on HBO Movie: The Hate U Give

Ge­orge Till­man’s 2018 adap­ta­tion of Angie Thomas’ novel stars Amandla Sten­berg in a widely praised per­for­mance as Starr Carter, an African-Amer­i­can teenager who lives in a pre­dom­i­nantly black neigh­bor­hood but at­tends Whit­man Prep, a pri­vate school. Starr faces a cri­sis af­ter see­ing her best friend fatally shot by a white cop. Regina Hall also stars.

8 p.m. on STARZ Movie: The Front Run­ner

Hugh Jack­man stars as U.S. politi­cian Gary Hart in Ja­son Reit­man’s 2018 po­lit­i­cal drama, which chron­i­cles Hart’s un­suc­cess­ful 1988 pres­i­den­tial bid. That cam­paign crashed and burned when an ex­tra­mar­i­tal af­fair made head­lines. Jack­man didn’t fare much bet­ter, ei­ther: His film bombed, earn­ing just over $2 mil­lion at the do­mes­tic box of­fice. Vera Farmiga co-stars.

8:30 p.m. on NICK All That

Long­time “Satur­day Night Live” per­former Ke­nan Thomp­son is an ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer on this new re­boot of the kids’ sketch com­edy se­ries that first made him a star in its 19942005 Nick­elodeon in­car­na­tion. This new re­vival fea­tures an en­tirely new cast of young per­form­ers, abet­ted by guest ap­pear­ances from orig­i­nal cast mem­bers. In the premiere, Kel Mitchell, Lori Beth Den­berg and Josh Server ap­pear; The Jonas Brothers per­form.

9 p.m. on HALL Movie: Love, Take Two

TV ex­ec­u­tive Lily Bel­lenger (Heather Hem­mens) re­turns to her home­town to film an episode of her hit wedding re­al­ity show and al­most im­me­di­ately runs into Scott (Cor­nelius Smith Jr.), her erst­while col­lege sweet­heart. Their chem­istry is still there. Un­for­tu­nately, Scott’s in the episode be­cause he’s about to get mar­ried to some­one else in this new romance.

Shai­lene Wood­ley stars in “Big Lit­tle Lies” Sun­day on HBO.

Mj Ro­driguez stars in “Pose” Tues­day on FX.

John Cena hosts “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader” Mon­day on Nick­elodeon.

Joel McHale hosts “Card Sharks” Wed­nes­day on ABC.

Zach Gal­i­fi­anakis stars in “Bas­kets” Thurs­day on FX.

Carla Gug­ino stars in “Jett” Fri­day on Cine­max.

Cor­nelius Smith Jr. and Heather Hem­mens star in “Love, Take Two” Satur­day on Hall­mark Chan­nel.

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