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SUN­DAY 6 p.m. on CNN Movie: Apollo 11

Among sev­eral TV events mark­ing the 50th an­niver­sary of the Apollo 11 moon land­ing, film­maker Todd Dou­glas Miller’s epic new doc­u­men­tary looks to be in a class by it­self. Com­pris­ing newly discovered 70mm footage and more than 11,000 hours of au­dio record­ings, the film is a joint ef­fort by Miller’s team, the Na­tional Archives and NASA to lo­cate, dig­i­tal­ize and re­store ma­te­rial re­lat­ing to this mis­sion. “Apollo 11” prom­ises to de­liver an im­mer­sive ex­pe­ri­ence cap­tur­ing this tense yet ex­hil­a­rat­ing mo­ment in his­tory.

7 p.m. on NGWILD NGEO Yellowston­e Live

Jour­nal­ist Josh El­liott, naturalist Chris Pack­ham and rov­ing re­porter Jenna Wolfe team up to take view­ers on a live tour of one of Amer­ica’s most beloved ecosys­tems as it shakes off its win­ter drowsi­ness and starts burst­ing with new life. Fol­low­ing on the suc­cess of last year’s in­au­gu­ral pre­sen­ta­tion, this new four-night event, air­ing through Wed­nes­day, em­pha­sizes “more”: more an­i­mals, more scenic vis­tas, thanks to more cam­eras and live crews spread across the na­tional park. Nat Geo Wild will simul­cast the cov­er­age.

7 p.m. on OXY Li­cense to Kill

Dr. Terry Dubrow (“Botched”), a li­censed plas­tic sur­geon, hosts this new true-crime se­ries that ex­plores cases of pa­tients thrust into jeop­ardy by med­i­cal pro­fes­sion­als who turn their ex­per­tise to du­bi­ous ends. The se­ries pre­miere, “Deadly God Com­plex,” fo­cuses on Dal­las spine sur­geon Christo­pher Duntsch, whose out-of-con­trol ar­ro­gance spelled trou­ble for both his pa­tients and his med­i­cal col­leagues.

8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Highwire Live in Times Square With Nik Wal­lenda

Li­jana Wal­lenda, a sev­enth-gen­er­a­tion mem­ber of the cel­e­brated fam­ily cir­cus troupe, faces a ma­jor test of courage and fo­cus when she joins her brother, Nik, for a death-de­fy­ing stunt 25 sto­ries above New York’s Times Square in this live two-hour spe­cial. Start­ing at op­po­site ends of a wire strung be­tween 1 Times Square and 2 Times Square, the sib­lings will meet in the mid­dle of the 1,300-foot walk, cross, then con­tinue to where each other started. It’s Li­jana’s first ap­pear­ance since a se­ri­ous 2017 fall.

MON­DAY 4 p.m. on ESPN 2019 Col­lege World Se­ries

What was eight teams play­ing in two, four-team brack­ets rep­re­sent­ing col­lege base­ball’s best is now down to two teams who be­gin a best-of-three se­ries tonight. De­fend­ing cham­pion Ore­gon State is out of the tour­na­ment and won’t get a chance to repeat like they did in 2007 and 2008. UCLA, Arkansas, Stan­ford, Van­der­bilt and Mis­sis­sippi State are among this year’s fa­vorites. Of course, the ac­tion comes from Omaha, Ne­braska where the CWS has been played since 1950.

8 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT An­tiques Road­show

The show pays a visit to Amer­ica’s “other” Ne­vada gam­bling mecca, the one that bills it­self as “the big­gest lit­tle city in the world” for a new episode called “Vin­tage Reno.” The hour pro­vides up­dated ap­praisals on items orig­i­nally eval­u­ated in a 2004 episode, in­clud­ing an in­scribed mask of The Lone Ranger, circa 1951. Also: a 1954 color il­lus­tra­tion by Ste­van Do­hanos and a Cartier cig­a­rette case dat­ing back to roughly 1910.

9 p.m. on HBO Years and Years

Emma Thomp­son heads the im­pres­sive en­sem­ble cast of this some­what bleak new six-part British drama from Russell T. Davies (“Doc­tor Who”), which opens in May 2019, as Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment Vivi­enne Rook (Thomp­son) ig­nites a firestorm of con­tro­versy with com­ments about the Is­rael-Pales­tine con­flict. Rory Kin­n­ear, Russell Tovey, Jessica Hynes, Ruth Made­ley and Anne Reid star as mem­bers of the prickly Lyons fam­ily, whose lives con­verge dra­mat­i­cally on that night. The story then charts the clan over the next 15 years.

10 p.m. on FX Le­gion

This crit­i­cally praised fan­tasy in­spired by the Mar­vel Comics ‘X-Men” world opens its third and fi­nal sea­son with “Chap­ter 20,” an episode writ­ten by se­ries cre­ator Noah Haw­ley (“Fargo”). As the story picks up, we find main char­ac­ter David Haller (Dan Stevens), a di­ag­nosed schiz­o­phrenic, at a low point, es­tranged from ev­ery­one he once con­sid­ered a friend. With few op­tions, David en­lists the help of a young mutant with a se­cret abil­ity that could help David repair the dam­age he caused.

10 p.m. on MTV The Hills: New Be­gin­nings

Don’t look for Lau­ren Con­rad or Kristin Caval­lari, but fans of the 2006-10 re­al­ity se­ries “The Hills,” which be­came a big wa­ter-cooler show for MTV dur­ing its orig­i­nal run, will rec­og­nize some fa­mil­iar faces in this new se­quel. Among them: Heidi Mon­tag and Spencer Pratt, now mar­ried with a son; Stephanie Pratt, Spencer’s sis­ter; and Au­d­rina Pa­tridge, now a sin­gle mom since di­vorc­ing mo­tor­cy­clist Corey Bo­han. Among the new­com­ers is ac­tress Mis­cha Bar­ton, whose Fox drama “The O.C.” helped in­spire “La­guna Beach: The Real Or­ange County.”

10:03 p.m. on HIST Pawn Stars

Rick gets a chance to prove he’s a mas­ter when it comes to the art of the deal when what ap­pears to be an orig­i­nal piece by Pablo Pi­casso is brought into the shop in a new episode called “Pawn­ing Pi­casso.” Among this hour’s other finds are one of the most prized per­sonal pos­ses­sions of act­ing great Marlon Brando and an early 19th-cen­tury pro­to­type ri­fle made by the in­ven­tor of the Baker Ri­fle.

TUES­DAY 8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Big Brother

Host Julie Chen Moonves kicks off Sea­son 21 of this peren­nial warm weather rat­ings mag­net, which bows with a two-night pre­miere tonight and Wed­nes­day. Af­ter Moonves wel­comes the new gag­gle of Houseguest­s who will share a house out­fit­ted with 94 cam­eras and more than 113 mi­cro­phones, the sea­son once again will un­fold in three episodes each week. Each week, one Houseguest is voted out, un­til the last re­main­ing player re­ceives the $500,000 grand prize.

8 p.m. on FREE Good Trou­ble

Rip­ples from Mar­i­ana’s (Cierra Ramirez) new re­la­tion­ship soon start mak­ing them­selves felt on the job as well, while Cal­lie (Maia Mitchell) like­wise is forced into mak­ing de­ci­sions that are bound to dis­rupt both her ca­reer and ro­man­tic life in the new episode “Torn.” Else­where, Ma­lika (Zuri Adele) be­gins to have misgivings about her role as an ac­tivist, and Davia (Emma Hun­ton) tries to jug­gle the mul­ti­ple men in her life.

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Tianan­men: The Peo­ple Versus the Party

In 1989, a large con­tin­gent of stu­dents and oth­er­wise ev­ery­day Chi­nese ci­ti­zens gath­ered in Bei­jing’s Tianan­men Square, demon­strat­ing for democ­racy and de­mand­ing a voice in their gov­ern­ment. Their lead­ers re­sponded with bru­tal force, cul­mi­nat­ing in the mas­sacre of hun­dreds — if not thou­sands — of the pro­tes­tors. This new doc­u­men­tary from film­maker Ian MacMil­lan re­vis­its that hor­ri­fy­ing episode, in­cor­po­rat­ing archival Chi­nese TV footage, eyewitness ac­counts and in­ter­views with other key fig­ures in those events.

9 p.m. on HGTV Good Bones

Mother and daugh­ter pro­fes­sional duo Karen and Mina work with clients who are des­per­ate to find more space in their small home, so they set­tle on a new story ad­di­tion and fo­cus­ing on the prop­erty’s curb ap­peal in a new episode called “Chop and Pop.” Given that ren­o­va­tion plans al­most never go smoothly, ev­ery­one tries to be pre­pared for any even­tu­al­ity, but a whop­per of a sur­prise sends the crew into a panic.

10 p.m. on FX Pose

Af­ter a ses­sion with a client ends in a fa­tal mishap, a des­per­ate Elek­tra (Do­minique Jack­son) turns to Blanca and Candy (Mj Ro­driguez, An­gel­ica Ross) for their coun­sel in the new episode “But­ter­fly/Co­coon.” Else­where, An­gel and Lil Papi (Indya Moore, An­gel Curiel) dis­cover that mak­ing a tran­si­tion from be­ing friends to lovers can be much more com­pli­cated than they an­tic­i­pated. Billy Porter also stars.

10:01 p.m. on A&E Kids Be­hind Bars: Life or Pa­role

Ronald was 17 in 1999 when he re­tal­i­ated against an al­leged sex­ual as­sailant named Cordell. Ul­ti­mately, Ronald’s girl­friend abet­ted him as he bru­tally tor­tured then mur­dered Cordell near Fort Wal­ton Beach, Fla. Given the heinous na­ture of the crime, both were sen­tenced to life with­out pa­role. Now 36, Ronald has been granted a new hear­ing for re-sen­tenc­ing.

10:31 p.m. on BRAV Tex­i­canas

In “Chap­ter 8: In­de­pen­dence Day,” the Sea­son 1 fi­nale, Penny now finds her­self in the hot seat at Anayancy’s char­ity event as the other ladies sus­pect that she showed Mayra the hurt­ful group text just to stir things up. Mean­while, ex­hausted by all the drama go­ing on with their fe­male part­ners, the men plan a Fourth of July party where they hope sev­eral dam­aged re­la­tion­ships can be mended.

WED­NES­DAY 6 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE MSNBC 2020 Demo­cratic Can­di­dates De­bate

From the Adrienne Ar­sht Cen­ter in Mi­ami comes the first Demo­cratic pri­mary de­bate, a two-night event air­ing tonight and Thurs­day ow­ing to the crowded field of can­di­dates. Lester Holt of NBC News leads the mod­er­a­tors panel. As of this writ­ing, for­mer Vice Pres­i­dent Joe Bi­den is the front run­ner for his party’s pres­i­den­tial nom­i­na­tion, but U.S. Sen. El­iz­a­beth Warren is stag­ing a strong chal­lenge among fe­male can­di­dates. Each night will fea­ture 10 of the top 20 can­di­dates who qual­i­fied based on such Demo­cratic Na­tional Com­mit­tee­man­dated met­rics as polling sup­port and fund-rais­ing.

7 p.m. on FXX Archer

If there’s any­thing a spate of slasher movies and TV thrillers has taught us, it’s that hitch­hik­ing can be a risky propo­si­tion, and that ap­plies both to the driver and his short-term pas­sen­ger. Try telling that to Archer (voice of H. Jon Ben­jamin) and his crew, how­ever, in the new episode “Archer: 1999 — Mr. Deadly Goes to Town,” which finds them pick­ing up a stranger and try­ing to con­vince him to turn his life around.

8 p.m. on FREE grown-ish

Ev­ery­one seems to be ob­sessed with the is­sue of la­bels as Ana and Aaron (Fran­cia Raisa, Trevor Jack­son) find them­selves at log­ger­heads over what each of them wants and ex­pects from their re­la­tion­ship in the new episode “Tweakin’.” Vivek and Doug (Jor­dan Buhat, Diggy Sim­mons), how­ever, are con­vinced that Ana keeps a thor­oughly “boo’d up” Aaron on a short leash. Yara Shahidi also stars.

8 p.m. on HBO True Jus­tice: Bryan Steven­son’s Fight for Equal­ity

Adapted from Alabama pub­lic in­ter­est at­tor­ney Bryan Steven­son’s best-sell­ing 2014 mem­oir, this new doc­u­men­tary from Peter, Ge­orge and Teddy Kun­hardt ex­am­ines the life and ca­reer of this tire­less op­po­nent of racial in­jus­tice at a time when the United States has be­come the na­tion with the world’s high­est rate of in­car­cer­a­tion. For more than three decades, Steven­son — the founder and ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of the Equal Jus­tice ini­tia­tive — has ad­vo­cated on be­half of the poor and dis­en­fran­chised against racial dis­crim­i­na­tion.

9 p.m. on FOOD Guy’s Gro­cery Games

A new episode called “Kitchen Heroes” throws a spot­light on those who work at food shel­ters and other char­i­ties that of­fer an op­por­tu­nity for them to give back to their com­mu­ni­ties, such as tonight’s guest chefs. First, Guy chal­lenges them to take a dessert and trans­form it into a high-end dinner, then take an as­sort­ment of com­pletely crazy in­gre­di­ents and in­cor­po­rate them into of­fer­ings likely to be­come cus­tomer fa­vorites. Da­maris Phillips, Jet Tila and Michael Volt­ag­gio are the judges.

9 p.m. on OWN Queen Sugar

Vi­o­let (Tina Lif­ford) is sur­prised by a fig­ure from her past who ar­rives unan­nounced at her diner in the new episode “Where My Body Stops or Be­gins.” Else­where, Ralph An­gel and Charley (Kofi Siri­boe, Dawn-Lyen Gard­ner) are com­forted by Pros­per (Henry G. San­ders) af­ter the sib­lings dis­cover some­thing deeply trou­bling about Landry En­ter­prises. Mean­while, Vi­o­let de­mands that Nova (Rutina Wes­ley) move out of her home for good.

THURS­DAY 12 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH; 9 p.m. on FS1 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup’s knock­out phase con­tin­ues as the quar­ter­fi­nals be­gin at Stade Océane in the Nor­mandy re­gion of north­west­ern France. This is match 45 of 52 and quar­ter­fi­nal play con­tin­ues through­out the week­end. Ex­pec­ta­tions, at press time, are that bar­ring a ma­jor up­set the top-ranked U.S. Na­tional team will make the quar­ter­fi­nals, as well as other highly ranked teams that in­clude Ger­many, Eng­land, Canada and France.

6 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE MSNBC 2020 Demo­cratic Can­di­dates De­bate

Can­di­dates from the crowded field for the 2020 Demo­cratic pres­i­den­tial nom­i­na­tion who didn’t par­tic­i­pate in last night’s opener of this two-night event take the stage for their time in the spot­light. As with night one, Lester Holt is chief mod­er­a­tor for the en­tire two-hour de­bate in Mi­ami’s Adrienne Ar­sht Cen­ter. “To­day” co-an­chor Sa­van­nah Guthrie and Tele­mu­ndo an­chor Jose Diaz-Balart join Holt on the panel for the first hour, with Chuck Todd (“Meet the Press”) and MSNBC host Rachel Mad­dow tak­ing over for hour two.

8 p.m. on FREE Siren

Ben and Mad­die (Alex Roe, Fola Evans-Ak­ing­bola) con­front a thorny moral dilemma as they try to bal­ance the de­mands of their re­la­tion­ship with Ryn (Eline Pow­ell) and the re­al­ity that the only way to im­prove Elaine’s (Sarah-Jane Red­mond) health is to con­tinue the pro­ce­dures on their mer­maid friend in the new episode “Mixed Sig­nals.” Mean­while, af­ter a mem­ber of the group falls un­der its spell, the hu­mans re-fo­cus on un­der­stand­ing how the siren-song re­ally works. Another new episode fol­lows.

9:01 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Life in Pieces

The fam­ily sit­com closes out its run af­ter four sea­sons with two fi­nal backto-back episodes. In the first, “Ca­bana Hero Ac­tion Son,” Greg (Colin Hanks) tries to steal Matt’s (Thomas Sa­doski) thun­der dur­ing a fam­ily trip to the Ba­hamas. Then, in the fi­nale “Re­verse Bur­den Dis­trict Ger­many,” Joan (Dianne Wi­est) is fed up with be­ing the go-to babysit­ter for her grand­kids, while Heather and Tim (Betsy Brandt, Dan Bakkedahl) pon­der hav­ing another child them­selves. James Brolin also stars.

9:30 p.m. on HGTV Un­spouse My House

In the new episode “Bright New Fu­ture,” Orlando So­ria’s lat­est client is a mother of four with a lot on her plate. As if her own chil­dren aren’t enough to keep her busy, she runs a day­care in her Los An­ge­les home. On top of ev­ery­thing else, she’s try­ing to get over a re­cent heart­break by mak­ing over her kitchen, laun­dry room and mas­ter suite. Orlando rolls up his sleeves to en­sure she gets the re­ward she de­serves.

10:03 p.m. on HIST Alone

Pain­fully aware that wildlife in the re­gion soon will start to dis­ap­pear for the bru­tal win­ter months, the sur­vival­ists put a height­ened pri­or­ity on hunt­ing while quarry is avail­able in the new episode “The Moose.” One par­tic­i­pant sus­tains a nasty punc­ture wound as a re­sult, but another fi­nally gets an op­por­tu­nity to score a place in this show’s his­tory by tak­ing down some big game.

10:32 p.m. on A&E Hero Ink

In a new episode called “War Dog,” a for­mer com­bat vet­eran and spe­cial op­er­a­tions K-9 han­dler tat­toos the im­age of the war dog with whom he shared so much onto his arm. In another seg­ment, Heidi Wil­liamson, one of Mon­tana’s only two fe­male sheriffs, re­calls how she man­aged to dis­arm a sus­pect who was hold­ing a gun to her head.

FRI­DAY 7 p.m. on TCM Movie: The Ritz

Air­ing in con­junc­tion with LGBT Pride Month, this 1976 screen adap­ta­tion of Ter­rence McNally’s hit stage farce hasn’t aged well, but when it first came out (so to speak), stars Jack We­ston and Rita Moreno, as well as the film it­self, re­ceived Golden Globe nom­i­na­tions. We­ston plays a het­ero­sex­ual Cleve­land busi­ness­man who hides in a gay bath­house/club to avoid a would-be hit­man; Moreno reprises her Tony-win­ning Broad­way per­for­mance as the club’s un­tal­ented singer, who mis­takes We­ston for a big-shot pro­ducer. Jerry Stiller and F. Mur­ray Abra­ham also star.

7 p.m. on TRAV Haunted Towns

In a new episode called “Ghosts of the Gal­lows,” the Ten­nessee Wraith Chasers en­counter the rest­less dis­em­bod­ied spir­its of two in­fa­mous mur­der­ers at the Old Idaho Pen­i­ten­tiary. Af­ter pick­ing up the trail of a vi­o­lent crime, they fol­low it into Boise, Idaho, where they soon learn some truly shock­ing de­tails about the vic­tim, the crime it­self and the killer who com­mit­ted it. Chris Smith, Steven McDou­gal and Scott Porter star.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE The Big Stage

Hosts El­iz­a­beth Stan­ton and James Maslow wel­come a new lineup of per­for­mances for this, the ul­ti­mate non-com­pet­i­tive plat­form for per­form­ers from around the world to dis­play their mas­tery across a wide va­ri­ety of dis­ci­plines in the new episode “Fan­ci­ful Fe­lines, El­e­gant Strength and Tightrope Tram­po­line.” Tonight’s acts in­clude Omri and Paulina, The Sav­it­sky Cats, El­liott Yamin, Cub­cakes, Jackie Fab­u­lous and Ben Trainor.

10 p.m. on CMT CMT Cross­roads

Some of the bright­est young tal­ent in coun­try mu­sic join the superstar duo of Brooks & Dunn for this spe­cial out­door episode, taped in Nashville ear­lier this month in the run-up to the CMT Mu­sic Awards. Among the per­form­ers join­ing Brooks & Dunn to per­form tracks from their “Re­boot” al­bum in­clude Brett Young and Luke Combs, both re­cently nom­i­nated for CMT Per­for­mance of the Year; Cody John­son; Brandon Lan­caster of LANCO; Jon Pardi, and Mid­land. A dis­turb­ing twist to the UFO phe­nom­e­non comes to light in the new episode “The Atomic Con­nec­tion,” as the team fol­lows a trail of ev­i­dence that ap­pears to con­nect the ap­pear­ance of these mys­te­ri­ous craft with the most de­struc­tive weapons in the his­tory of the hu­man race. A for­mer colonel with the U.S. Air Force dis­closes an en­counter over the 1980 hol­i­day sea­son at a base where a se­cret stock­pile of nu­clear weapons was con­cealed.

11 p.m. on CMDY Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City

The first of tonight’s new back-to-back episodes takes host Kevin Hart and co-stars Harry Ratch­ford and Joey Wells to Rochester, N.Y., where they’ll sam­ple com­edy sets by Travis Blunt, Joel James and Zack John­son, then share some laid-back chat with these jokesters. Im­me­di­ately fol­low­ing, Hart and as­so­ciates are in Bal­ti­more, where they repeat that process with stand-ups Ty Davis, Ivan Martin and Sir Alex.

SATUR­DAY 8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: Fam­ily Pic­tures

Justina Machado (the Net­flix “One Day at a Time” re­boot) and Elis­a­beth Rohm (“Law & Or­der”) star in this 2019 drama as Sylvie and Mag­gie, two to­tal strangers liv­ing rea­son­ably con­tented lives on op­po­site coasts, apart from the fact that their hus­bands travel too much. When their daugh­ters form a quick friend­ship af­ter meet­ing dur­ing a col­lege tour, how­ever, a shared se­cret comes to light that threat­ens to tear both house­holds apart. Matt Pass­more (“The Glades”) also stars.

8 p.m. on HBO Movie: Robin Hood

Less than a year be­fore he would earn crit­i­cal raves for his por­trayal of El­ton John in “Rock­et­man,” ac­tor Taron Eger­ton ven­tured into the past for di­rec­tor Otto Bathurst’s 2018 retelling of one of the great British ad­ven­ture sagas. The film wound up los­ing money for its stu­dio, but made Eger­ton’s grow­ing fan base happy with his dash­ing work in the ti­tle role, along with ad­mir­ers of his co-stars, which in­clude Jamie Foxx, Ben Men­del­sohn and Eve Hew­son.

9 p.m. on AMC The Son

This se­ries adap­ta­tion of Philipp Mey­ers’ sprawl­ing his­tor­i­cal novel draws to a close with a fi­nale called “Leg­end,” as Young Eli (Ja­cob Lofland) is forced to make a lifechang­ing de­ci­sion in 1852. As the ac­tion shifts for­ward to 1916, the older Eli (Pierce Bros­nan) wages one fi­nal war with Stan­dard Oil, an act that ul­ti­mately leads to a con­fronta­tion with Pete (Henry Gar­rett).

10 p.m. on OWN To Have and to Hold: Char­lotte

Hurt and an­gry, Alane con­fronts Peter, Josh and Ju­liana af­ter she hears them diss­ing her on a pod­cast in the new episode “Stop Mak­ing (Ra­dio) Waves.” Ursula is badly shaken when she re­ceives some news that thor­oughly rocks her mar­riage. Chris­tine suspects she might be preg­nant, while Ty is hav­ing some grave misgivings about sep­a­rat­ing from David.

10 p.m. on HBO Ramy Youssef: Feel­ings

Born in Queens, N.Y., of Egyp­tian de­scent, the star of the Hulu com­edy se­ries “Ramy” takes the stage in his first HBO stand-up com­edy spe­cial be­fore an ap­pre­cia­tive crowd at the land­mark Chicago Cul­tural Cen­ter. If past ap­pear­ances are any in­di­ca­tion, Youssef will draw from a num­ber of comic sub­jects, in­clud­ing what it’s like to be a mil­len­nial Mus­lim and first­gen­er­a­tion im­mi­grant in the United States of to­day.

3 a.m. on FS1 MLB Base­ball

The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox have only faced each other five times this sea­son. Their next two meet­ings will be at Lon­don Sta­dium in Eng­land. Third base­man Gio Ur­shela and the Bronx Bombers hope to con­tinue their suc­cess this sea­son against their big­gest ri­val, the Red Sox, who will serve as the home team. This two-game MLB Lon­don se­ries marks the first time the league has been in Europe. Game 2 airs Sun­day on ESPN.

Heidi Mon­tag stars in “The Hills: New Be­gin­ning” Mon­day on MTV.

Julie Chen Moonves hosts “Big Brother” Tues­day on CBS.

Dr. Terry Dubrow hosts “Li­cense to Kill” Sun­day on Oxy­gen.

10:03 p.m. on HIST Uniden­ti­fied: In­side Amer­ica’s UFO In­ves­ti­ga­tion Ja­cob Lofland stars in “The Son” Satur­day on AMC.

Joe Bi­den is among the par­tic­i­pants in two nights of Demo­cratic pres­i­den­tial pri­mary de­bates that be­gin Wed­nes­day on NBC.

Colin Hanks stars in “Life in Pieces” Thurs­day on CBS.

“Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City” airs Fri­day on Com­edy Cen­tral.

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