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SUN­DAY 8 a.m. on 26.1 KMPH; 1:30 p.m. on FS1 FXDEP

2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Af­ter a month of play and 51 pre­vi­ous matches, it’s time to de­ter­mine a cham­pion in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, as the fi­nal takes place in Parc Olympique Ly­on­nais in Décines-Charpieu, Rhone, France. The host coun­try, France, has played strong, and at the time of this writ­ing, are cer­tainly a can­di­date for the fi­nal match, along with the U.S., Ger­many, the Nether­lands, Eng­land and Canada. The U.S. Na­tional team has won three of the pre­vi­ous seven World Cups.

5 p.m. on HIST Evel Live 2

His­tory kicks off another edi­tion of Car Week in big style with this live three­hour event, in which two mo­tor­cy­cle dare­dev­ils try to cheat death and make stunt his­tory. Renowned freestyle mo­tocross ath­lete Ax­ell Hodges and four-time X Games medal­ist Vicki Golden both have their eyes on the record books as they un­der­take three epic mo­tor­cy­cle stunts in­spired by leg­endary dare­devil Evel Knievel. Travis Pas­trana, a mo­tor sports icon him­self, joins host Matt Ise­man at the San Bernardino (Calif.) In­ter­na­tional Air­port, the event venue.

5 p.m. on TRAV UFOs: The Lost Ev­i­dence

In re­cent decades, the progress of mankind in terms of new, lifechang­ing de­vel­op­ments seems to have sped up per­cep­tively, with many peo­ple hard-pressed to keep track of the pos­si­bil­i­ties — and in some cases, the moral im­pli­ca­tions — of new ad­vances. The new episode “UFO Tech” weighs the ques­tion of whether these in­no­va­tions are the re­sult of nat­u­ral hu­man ap­ti­tude or per­haps gifts be­stowed on our planet by aliens. If that’s the case, though, do these gifts amount to a Tro­jan horse?

6 p.m. on CNN The Movies

Tom Hanks is among the ex­ec­u­tive pro­duc­ers of this new six-part do­cuseries, which sur­veys the Amer­i­can cinema over the decades since the Golden Age of the early 20th cen­tury and con­sid­ers the in­dus­try’s evo­lu­tion as framed by cul­tural, so­ci­etal and po­lit­i­cal shifts. The se­ries in­cor­po­rates archival footage as well as in­ter­views with such fig­ures as Steven Spiel­berg, Robert De Niro, Ju­lia Roberts and Mor­gan Free­man. Tonight’s pre­miere, “The Eight­ies,” looks at the decade that de­liv­ered crowd-pleasers such as “E.T. the Ex­tra-Ter­res­trial” and “The Break­fast Club.”

6 p.m. on ID

A Fa­tal Confession: Keith Mor­ri­son In­ves­ti­gates

Af­ter years of in­ves­ti­ga­tion, journalist Keith Mor­ri­son presents his find­ings in the case of Daniel Vil­le­gas, who at age 16 took re­spon­si­bil­ity for a drive-by shoot­ing in El Paso, Texas. Vil­le­gas con­fessed and signed doc­u­ments at­test­ing to his guilt, but re­canted that same night to a so­cial worker, in­sist­ing that he had been co­erced into taking re­spon­si­bil­ity for a crime he knew noth­ing about. Some 23 years later, af­ter decades in prison, Vil­le­gas fi­nally gets a new trial in this new two-hour doc­u­men­tary.

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT En­deav­our on Mas­ter­piece

Af­ter a li­brar­ian is mur­dered in grue­some fashion at the Bodleian, Morse and Thurs­day (Shaun Evans, Roger Al­lam) find them­selves with few clues from the crime scene apart from a set of muddy boot prints, as this pe­riod po­lice drama closes out Sea­son 6 with a fi­nale called “Degüllo,” which means “bu­gle call.” Two suspects emerge as the in­ves­ti­ga­tion un­folds, both hav­ing mo­tives for the mur­der. Si­mon Har­ri­son also stars.

9 p.m. on NGEO Apollo: Mis­sions to the Moon

This new two-hour doc­u­men­tary com­bines of­fi­cial NASA films, archival TV footage, pre­vi­ously never heard ra­dio broad­casts and even per­sonal home movies to present an im­mer­sive and of­ten in­ti­mate be­hind-the-scenes look at the Apollo space pro­gram. What emerges is a chron­i­cle of events as they un­folded at Mis­sion Con­trol, in­side the Apollo space cap­sule and in liv­ing rooms across the coun­try as Amer­i­cans watched as­tro­naut Neil Armstrong’s jaw-drop­ping walk on the lu­nar sur­face.

MON­DAY 5 p.m. on ESPN 2019 Home Run Derby

How far can you hit em’ and how many can you hit? That’s all that mat­ters in MLB’s an­nual Home Run Derby contest, which goes down at Pro­gres­sive Field in Cleve­land, Ohio, on the eve of the All-Star game. Bryce Harper daz­zled the home­town crowd last year at Na­tion­als Park in Wash­ing­ton D.C. Harper, how­ever plays in Philadelph­ia now. It also re­mains to be seen if he will at­tempt to de­fend his ti­tle.

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Amer­i­can Ex­pe­ri­ence

Air­ing nightly through Wed­nes­day, Robert Stone’s new six-hour docu-se­ries “Chas­ing the Moon” re-imag­ines the race to the moon for a new generation, dis­pers­ing con­ven­tional mythol­ogy in fa­vor of a look at the Space Age as a fas­ci­nat­ing melange of sci­en­tific innovation and pub­lic-re­la­tions smarts, visionary im­pulses and per­sonal drama. Tonight’s pre­miere, “A Place Be­yond the Sky,” opens in 1957 and chron­i­cles ef­forts by the United States to catch up to an early start by the Soviet Union, es­pe­cially af­ter John F. Kennedy be­came pres­i­dent in 1961.

9 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE The Code

Abe and Harper (Luke Mitchell, Phillipa Soo) an­tic­i­pate a quick turn­around on what seems to be an open-and-shut case in­volv­ing a Ma­rine ac­cused of help­ing a ter­ror­ist es­cape from Guan­tanamo Bay in the new episode “Se­cret Squir­rel.” Red flags go up al­most im­me­di­ately, how­ever, when they’re in­ex­pli­ca­bly yet firmly de­nied access to key pieces of ev­i­dence. Mean­while, Maya and Trey (Anna Wood, Ato Es­san­doh) try to get Rami (Raffi Bar­soumian) re­as­signed back to their of­fice.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Whose Line Is It Any­way?

El­iz­a­beth Gil­lies has demon­strated a sly knack for com­edy while play­ing over-the-top heiress Fallon Car­ring­ton in the cur­rent reboot of the night­time soap “Dy­nasty,” but how well does she han­dle her­self when she’s work­ing with­out a script? We’ll find out as the ac­tress makes a guest ap­pear­ance in tonight’s new episode, in which she’ll try her luck at im­prov games with reg­u­lars Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie. Guest comic Charles Esten also ap­pears; Aisha Tyler is the host.

9 p.m. on DSC Fast N’ Loud

Richard Rawl­ings and his team at Gas Mon­key Garage re­turn for Sea­son 15, which finds Rawl­ings putting ev­ery­thing on the line to take his busi­ness to new heights and achieve a new level of suc­cess in the hot rod world. The two-hour sea­son pre­miere also fea­tures a guest ap­pear­ance by Chad McQueen, the only son of ac­tor Steve McQueen, who joins the gang to recre­ate the iconic chase scene from his late fa­ther’s clas­sic movie “Bul­litt.”

9 p.m. on HIST Chuck Norris’ Epic Guide to Mil­i­tary Ve­hi­cles

Some of the most fas­ci­nat­ing and in­no­va­tive au­to­mo­biles in his­tory can’t be found on city streets, but rather on mil­i­tary mis­sions across challengin­g ter­rain around the world. In this new one-hour spe­cial, host Chuck Norris walks view­ers through a tour of some of these gen­uinely wild ve­hi­cles, like the am­phibi­ous truck that can trans­form in a flash over wa­ter, in­clud­ing deep seas. There’s also a six-wheeled Humvee with more fire­power than some tanks.

10:01 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Grand Ho­tel

While Danny and Jason (Lin­coln Younes, Chris War­ren) con­tinue the in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the mys­tery sur­round­ing Sky’s dis­ap­pear­ance, San­ti­ago (Demian Bichir) feels de­cid­edly un­easy when one of Gigi’s (Rose­lyn Sanchez) old friends checks into the ho­tel in the new episode “The Big Sick­out.” Mean­while, Javi (Bryan Craig) finds him­self put to work. Denyse Tontz, Wendy Raquel Robin­son and Anne Win­ters also star.

TUES­DAY 5 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH 2019 MLB All-Star Game

It’s the Mid­sum­mer Clas­sic: the 2019 MLB All-Star Game which will be played at Pro­gres­sive Field, the home of two-time All-Star José Ramírez and the Cleve­land In­di­ans. This will be the 90th edi­tion of the All-Star Game. Last year the Amer­i­can League won in ten in­nings and now have the up­per hand with 44-43-2 record against the Na­tional League. That game featured ten home runs, the most ever in an All-Star game.

8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Love Is­land

CBS is taking a big leap of faith with this new sum­mer un­scripted re­la­tion­ship se­ries, which airs a one­hour episode each week­night through Aug. 7 af­ter tonight’s 90-minute pre­miere. Ac­tress and comic Arielle Van­den­berg hosts the show, which is adapted from a suc­cess­ful in­ter­na­tional format. The play­ers, a group of sin­gles in Fiji, must find a part­ner or risk get­ting booted from the show, and view­ers at home likewise can in­ter­act to help in­flu­ence the action.

9 p.m. on A&E Far­rah Fawcett For­ever

A decade af­ter her un­timely death from can­cer in 2009, this new twohour spe­cial re­calls the iconic blonde ac­tress who had a sur­pris­ingly po­tent ef­fect on pop cul­ture. The Tex­as­born Fawcett reached su­per­star sta­tus early in her ca­reer, thanks to a starring role in “Char­lie’s An­gels” and a swim­suit wall poster that be­came a best-seller. Nev­er­the­less, the ac­tress walked away from that commercial suc­cess to prove her­self as an ac­tress in TV movies such as “The Burn­ing Bed” and the sear­ing play and movie “Ex­trem­i­ties.”

10 p.m. on WGN-A The Dis­ap­pear­ance

Aden Young (“Rec­tify”) and Camille Sul­li­van (“The Man in the High Cas­tle”) star as the par­ents of a 10-year-old boy, Anthony Sul­li­van (Michael Rien­deau), who sud­denly dis­ap­pears with­out a trace dur­ing a birth­day trea­sure hunt in this 2017 Cana­dian minis­eries, which is mak­ing its Amer­i­can TV de­but here. The sub­se­quent in­ves­ti­ga­tion turns up mul­ti­ple secrets the Sul­li­van fam­ily thought they had buried long ago. Peter Coy­ote and Joanne Kelly (“Warehouse 13”) also star.

10:01 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE Bring the Funny

Comic Amanda Seales hosts this new real­ity com­pe­ti­tion se­ries, in which 40 top acts compete for a $250,000 grand prize and the chance to per­form at the 2020 Just for Laughs Fes­ti­val. Two vet­eran comics, Ke­nan Thomp­son from “Satur­day Night Live” and Jeff Fox­wor­thy, will be joined on the judg­ing panel by “cul­tural tastemaker” Chrissy Teigen. The featured talent pool spans the com­edy spec­trum, in­clud­ing stand-ups, sketch com­edy troupes, ma­gi­cians and pup­peteers, among oth­ers. View­ers will se­lect their fa­vorite in a live sea­son fi­nale.

WED­NES­DAY 8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN The 2019 ESPYS

From Mi­crosoft The­ater in Los An­ge­les, Tracy Mor­gan (“30 Rock”) hosts these cer­e­monies (air­ing live in most markets) cel­e­brat­ing the year’s great­est achieve­ments in sports, as se­lected by fans in on­line vot­ing. For the first time since 1994, all the nom­i­nees for best male ath­lete — Pa­trick Ma­homes, Mookie Betts, Gian­nis An­te­tok­oun­mpo and Brooks Koepka — are new­com­ers to that cat­e­gory. Ad­di­tion­ally, pil­lar awards such as the Pat Till­man Award for Ser­vice honor in­spir­ing ath­letes who em­body the spirit of the ESPYS.

8 p.m. on HIST Bat­tle of the 80s Su­per­cars With David Has­sel­hoff

If you thought KITT, the iconic su­per­car on the 1980s action se­ries “Knight Rider,” was the stuff

of fan­tasy and noth­ing else, think again. In this two-hour spe­cial, ac­tor David Has­sel­hoff, who played crime-fighter Michael Knight on that TV show, shows how KITT ac­tu­ally rev­o­lu­tion­ized the real-world car in­dus­try. The spe­cial cli­maxes with a race fea­tur­ing — in ad­di­tion to Has­sel­hoff and KITT — other stars and their wheels such as Dirk Benedict in the “A-Team” van and “CHiPs” star Erik Estrada with his mo­tor­cy­cle.

9 p.m. on OWN Queen Sugar

In the new episode “Face Speck­led,” Davis (Ti­mon Kyle Dur­rett) turns to Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gard­ner) for her coun­sel when Nova’s (Rutina Wes­ley) book has an ad­verse im­pact on his job. Charley has is­sues of her own as well, as the clinic she and Romero (Wal­ter Perez) run is raided by ICE agents. Mean­while, Ralph An­gel (Kofi Siri­boe) ex­plains to Blue (Ethan Hutchi­son) that they are con­nected by their souls, not by blood, and Remy (Don­dré Whit­field) an­nounces he’s leav­ing town.

10 p.m. on FX Snow­fall

Sea­son 3 of this gritty drama opens in the sum­mer of 1984, as crack co­caine spreads like wild­fire through South Cen­tral Los An­ge­les. In the sea­son pre­miere, “Pro­tect and Swerve,” Franklin and Cissy (Dam­son Idris, Michael Hy­att) look to ex­pand their busi­ness by mak­ing an in­vest­ment in the com­mu­nity, while Franklin’s frus­trated next-door neigh­bor, Sgt. An­dre Wright (Mar­cus Hen­der­son), con­tin­ues try­ing to find the source of this in­sid­i­ous plague. Amin Joseph and Carter Hud­son also star.

THURS­DAY 8 p.m. on FREE Siren

As the mat­ing sea­son for mer­maids be­gins, Ryn (Eline Pow­ell) re­al­izes she will need to re­turn to the sea tem­po­rar­ily to help her colony in the new episode “The Out­post.” He­len and Ben (Rena Owen, Alex Roe) em­bark on a tense hunt af­ter the hy­brids en­tice one of the mer­maids to fol­low them to a re­mote lo­ca­tion, their true mo­tives un­clear. Xan­der (Ian Ver­dun) is un­easy when a journalist comes to him seek­ing help in piec­ing to­gether events on the night of the oil rig fire.

8 p.m. on MTV Jer­sey Shore: Fam­ily Va­ca­tion

The room­mates re­turn with more new episodes fraught with in­ter­per­sonal drama, but the squad at the mo­ment is hud­dled around Mike, who’s coping with two ma­jor up­com­ing events, the first (his wed­ding) happy, the second (a prison sen­tence) any­thing but. Else­where, Jenni is pon­der­ing di­vorce, Deena’s due to give birth any day and Pauly can’t re­sist plan­ning another wed­ding prank. Else­where, Ron­nie is sick of the oth­ers mak­ing jokes at his expense.

9 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE Hol­ly­wood Game Night

Emmy win­ner Jane Lynch re­turns with new episodes of en­gag­ing par­lor games that might be lifted from one of your own par­ties, if your par­ties were fre­quented by some of Tin­sel­town’s bright­est stars. As of this writ­ing, NBC hasn’t an­nounced which of those celebri­ties will ap­pear in tonight’s episode, but among those re­port­edly on tap in the weeks to come are “Su­per­store” col­leagues Ben Feld­man, Lau­ren Ash, Colton Dunn and Nico San­tos, and Jameela Jamil, D’Arcy Car­den and Marc Evan Jack­son from “The Good Place.”

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE The Out­post

Sea­son 2 of this ad­ven­ture fan­tasy opens with a pre­miere called “We Only Kill to Sur­vive,” which finds Talon (Jessica Green) re­call­ing the ghosts of her child­hood as she sum­mons a new threat. Else­where, as Gar­ret (Jake Stor­moen) searches for Dred, Gwynn (Imo­gen Water­house) fo­cuses on get­ting the Out­post ready for war. Mean­while, a mes­sen­ger brings news that is ut­terly dev­as­tat­ing.

9 p.m. on HIST Ax Men

Since this long-run­ning real­ity se­ries left the air af­ter Sea­son 9 in 2016, many of the featured log­ging fam­i­lies in the Pa­cific North­west have been frac­tured un­der the pres­sures of eco­nomic hard­ships and chang­ing cli­mate con­di­tions. Fam­ily busi­nesses have been thrust into jeop­ardy by these and other chal­lenges. A new generation of log­gers is ready to start wield­ing their axes again, re­flect­ing at least a tem­po­rary up­swing in the tim­ber in­dus­try. Mean­while, the old guard seeks redemp­tion as Sea­son 10 launches.

9 p.m. on HMM Movie: Christ­mas Camp

Ad­ver­tis­ing ex­ec­u­tive Ha­ley (Lily Anne Har­ri­son) is up for a promotion at her trendy agency, but as a fi­nal test she’s tasked with land­ing a toy com­pany with a tra­di­tional im­age as a new ac­count. Determined to get ev­ery­thing right, Ha­ley heads off to a Christ­mas camp for a crash course in tried and true yule­tide tra­di­tions. There, she meets Jeff (Bobby Campo), the hand­some son of the camp’s owner, where­upon na­ture takes its course in this 2019 romance.

10:03 p.m. on HIST Alone

The sur­vival­ists des­per­ately scour the land­scape for food, knowing that harsh Arc­tic win­ter weather is creep­ing up on them in the new episode “The Kill.” While most of them choose to go af­ter smaller, more man­age­able prey, one gets a chance to har­vest a big game an­i­mal — con­se­quently at­tract­ing the un­wanted and ag­gres­sive in­ter­est of preda­tors in the area.

FRI­DAY 6 p.m. on TRAV Ghosts of Mor­gan City

In the new episode “Pi­rate Is­land,” the team gets a call from the mem­bers of the Mor­gan City Po­lice Depart­ment that moves them to hit the road for Louisiana’s Atchafalay­a Basin. Once there, they meet a trap­per who swears he wit­nessed two men van­ish into thin air right be­fore his eyes. Else­where, a former “Naked and Afraid” con­tes­tant re­veals ev­i­dence sug­gest­ing that the area is haunted by the spirit of a dan­ger­ous pi­rate.

7 p.m. on NICK SpongeBob SquarePant­s

They’ve stayed be­hind the scenes since their show pre­miered in 1999, but now the ac­tors in the voice cast of “SpongeBob SquarePant­s” step be­fore the cam­eras as hu­man ver­sions of their an­i­mated char­ac­ters in this new one-hour spe­cial, which min­gles live-action and an­i­ma­tion. The story finds Pa­trick and SpongeBob ven­tur­ing to the sur­face world, where they encounter fa­mil­iar faces at The Trusty Slab Restau­rant. David Has­sel­hoff, who pre­vi­ously played him­self in “The SpongeBob SquarePant­s Movie,” guest stars, sport­ing his “Bay­watch” life­guard togs for some beach scenes.

9 p.m. on FOOD Din­ers, Drive-Ins and Dives

Grub in­fused by fla­vors from around the globe are on Guy Fieri’s culi­nary itin­er­ary in the new “In­ter­na­tional Infusion,” start­ing at an eatery in Hunt­ing­ton, Del., noted for its Cuban sand­wiches and Thai-in­flected sausage. A tra­di­tional Tiki joint in Kauai is run by a kitchen crew who de­liver an au­then­tic Hawai­ian flair. Fi­nally, San Diego is home to a Le­banese restau­rant serv­ing up au­then­tic spe­cial­ties that go be­yond the fa­mil­iar stan­dards.

9 p.m. on SHOW Shangri-LA

Os­car and Emmy win­ner Mor­gan Neville (“Twenty Feet From Star­dom,” “Won’t You Be My Neigh­bor?”) teams up with mu­sic pro­ducer Rick Ru­bin and direc­tor Jeff Malm­berg for this four-part docu-se­ries filmed largely in Ru­bin’s fabled stu­dio in Mal­ibu, Calif. The pro­gram ze­roes in on Ru­bin’s cre­ative pro­cess and the emo­tional side of mu­sic-mak­ing. Neville di­rects the first two episodes, with Malm­berg helm­ing the second half of the se­ries.

10 p.m. on STARZ MotherFath­erSon

Episode 4 finds Caden (Billy Howle) depressed and con­sumed by de­spair at the crush­ing thought that, be­cause of his own feck­less be­hav­ior, he now has no hope of re­turn­ing to the role he spent his life pre­par­ing for: his daz­zling fa­ther’s (Richard Gere) heir and suc­ces­sor. Con­sumed by that bleak re­al­iza­tion, Caden spi­rals wildly un­til things get so out of hand that he winds up mak­ing a sui­cide pact with his un­sta­ble companion, Orla (Ni­amh Al­gar). He­len McCrory also stars.

10 p.m. on WE Bridezil­las

In the Sea­son 12 fi­nale, the first featured bride, dubbed Se­cretZilla, goes per­ilously off the rails, crash­ing her groom’s bach­e­lor party and threat­en­ing the en­tire wed­ding. Her fi­nal sur­prise for her cer­e­mony nev­er­the­less still shocks every­one. In another seg­ment, BratZilla bat­tles MomZilla when her off-the-leash de­mands completely blow a hole in her bud­get, prompt­ing her to go run­ning to her fa­ther for help.

SATUR­DAY 6 a.m. on ESPN; 11 a.m. on 30.1 KFSN

2019 Wimbledon Cham­pi­onships

At press time, we’re ask­ing: Will Ger­many’s An­gelique Ker­ber get a chance to de­fend her women’s sin­gles ti­tle at the All-Eng­land Lawn Ten­nis and Cro­quet Club in Wimbledon, London, Eng­land? Ker­ber made quick work of Ser­ena Williams in the Women’s Fi­nal last year, earn­ing her a third Grand Slam vic­tory. It was Williams’ first Grand Slam Fi­nal ap­pear­ance upon re­turn­ing to ten­nis af­ter her preg­nancy.

6 p.m. on BBC Planet Earth: The Hunt

BBC Amer­ica con­tin­ues its “Wild Sum­mer” theme programmin­g with this new doc­u­men­tary nar­rated by Sir David At­ten­bor­ough that takes a de­tailed look at re­mark­able strate­gies Earth’s top hun­ters use to suc­ceed, re­flect­ing the amount of ef­fort ex­pended by these preda­tors just to stay alive them­selves. The com­pe­ti­tion be­tween preda­tors and prey is ex­tremely com­plex, yet suc­cess­ful preda­tors lead to healthy habi­tats.

6 p.m. on OXY In­jus­tice With Nancy Grace

Former court­room pros­e­cu­tor turned le­gal an­a­lyst Nancy Grace digs into some of the most challengin­g and in­tri­cately con­structed true­crime sto­ries in this new se­ries, in which she’ll bring to light pre­vi­ous un­told cases marked by botched in­ves­ti­ga­tions, sup­pressed ev­i­dence, wrong­ful ac­cu­sa­tions and un­just sen­tences. Us­ing first-hand in­ter­views and archival footage, she tries to get answers to lin­ger­ing ques­tions and earn vin­di­ca­tion for the vic­tims of in­jus­tice.

6 p.m. on TRAV Ghost Ad­ven­tures

A new episode called “Idaho State Tu­ber­cu­lo­sis Hospi­tal” takes Zak Ba­gans and his team to Good­ing, Idaho, to in­ves­ti­gate a former tu­ber­cu­lo­sis hospi­tal that has been con­verted into an inn (pre­sum­ably through a re­ally ex­ten­sive ren­o­va­tion pro­cess). Some of their rooms are filled with de­cid­edly un­wanted vis­i­tors how­ever: ghostly chil­dren and the spirit of an an­gry old man, as well as the fre­quent and un­set­tling whis­pers of dis­em­bod­ied voices.

8 p.m. on HBO Movie: Fan­tas­tic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindel­wald

Ed­die Red­mayne re­turns as ma­g­i­zo­ol­o­gist Newt Sca­man­der in this second en­try in the “Fan­tas­tic Beasts” film fran­chise, a spinoff of J.K. Rowl­ing’s “Harry Pot­ter” uni­verse of sto­ries. Set in 1927, this 2018 fan­tasy finds Newt pressed into ser­vice with Al­bus Dum­ble­dore (Jude Law) to track down fugi­tive wizard Gellert Grindel­wald (Johnny Depp), who es­caped while be­ing trans­ported to stand trial for mul­ti­ple mis­deeds. Katherine Water­ston, Dan Fogler and Ezra Miller also star.

Travis Pas­trana hosts “Evel Live 2” Sun­day on His­tory.

Jeff Fox­wor­thy is a judge on “Bring the Funny” Tues­day on NBC.

Richard Rawl­ings stars in “Fast N’ Loud” Mon­day on Discovery Chan­nel.

Tracy Mor­gan hosts The 2019 ESPYs Wed­nes­day on ABC.

Jessica Green stars in “The Out­post” Thurs­day on The CW.

Ed­die Red­mayne stars in “Fan­tas­tic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindel­wald” Satur­day on HBO.

He­len McCrory stars in “MotherFath­erSon” Fri­day on Starz.

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