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6 a.m. on ESPN; 12 p.m. on 30.1


2019 Wim­ble­don Cham­pi­onships Ser­bia’s No­vak Djokovic has 15 Grand Slam ti­tles, in­clud­ing three on the All Eng­land Lawn Ten­nis and Cro­quet Club in Wim­ble­don, Eng­land. He’s also the de­fend­ing cham­pion, win­ning here a year ago, in three sets against South Africa’s Kevin An­der­son. Will Djokovic be in the hunt for an­other ti­tle to­day? He’s won three of the last four Grand Slam ti­tles, in­clud­ing the Aus­tralian Open ear­lier this year, be­fore los­ing in the semi-fi­nals at the French Open.

5 p.m. on BBC

Top Gear

The re­turn­ing Chris Har­ris gets two new co-hosts in U.K. cricket star Fred­die Flintoff and stand-up comic Paddy McGuin­ness as this ven­er­a­ble se­ries cranks the ig­ni­tion on its 27th sea­son. Their first episode to­gether starts with the guys go­ing out and buy­ing bud­get-friendly repli­cas of the first cars they owned. To drive-test their pur­chases, they head to the sear­ing heat of Ethiopia, widely re­garded as the birth­place of hu­mankind. Later, back at the track, Chris puts the Fer­rari 488 Pista and McLaren 600LT through their paces.

6 p.m. on ID

Evil Lives Here

This grip­ping true-crime se­ries, which re­counts in­ci­dents in which real peo­ple shared their lives with a loved one who turned out to be a mur­derer, re­turns for Sea­son 6 with a pre­miere called “I Tried to Pre­vent This.” The story chron­i­cles how Kathy Swanson lived with the ter­ri­ble fear that her son, Michael, even­tu­ally would se­ri­ously harm some­one. For 17 years, she tries in vain to con­vince peo­ple that there is some­thing “dif­fer­ent” about Michael. Fi­nally, her worst night­mare comes true. 8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Celebrity Fam­ily Feud

After the fam­i­lies of ac­tress and TV pro­ducer Maria Me­nounos and Jean­nie Mai (“Ho­ley Mo­ley”) square off in round one, sports legends face off in a sec­ond round to win money for the char­i­ties of their choice. NFLPA Legends play­ing for Team Glea­son Foun­da­tion are Ae­neas Wil­liams, Brian Ur­lacher, Tim Brown, Der­montti Daw­son and Jackie Slater; NFLPA All-Stars play­ing for Pro­fes­sional Ath­letes As­so­ci­a­tion in­clude Cameron Hey­ward, Bradley Chubb, La­mar Jack­son, Stephon Gil­more and Michael Thomas.

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Grantch­ester on Mas­ter­piece There’s a chang­ing of the cler­i­cal guard in the off­ing dur­ing Sea­son 4, which opens with a two-hour pre­miere set in 1956. Sid­ney (James Nor­ton) is itch­ing to shake up his life a lit­tle, but he gets that and more with the ar­rival in Grantch­ester of the Rev. Nathaniel Todd (guest star Pater­son Joseph), an Amer­i­can min­is­ter, and his civil rights ac­tivist daugh­ter, Vi­o­let (Si­mona Brown). A mur­der causes sim­mer­ing racial ten­sions to spike, while else­where, Ge­ordie (Rob­son Green) in­ves­ti­gates a de­cay­ing slum that’s a hot­bed of vice.

9 p.m. on STARZ


The char­ac­ters who make up the staff of the chic Man­hat­tan eatery 22W re­veal more of their in­ner­most se­crets as this restau­rant drama re­turns for Sea­son 2. Small-town girl Tess (Ella Pur­nell) has gained knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence over the past months, giv­ing her new­found con­fi­dence, but that’s not nec­es­sar­ily good news for her col­leagues. They in­clude her fel­low server and men­tor Si­mone (Caitlin FitzGer­ald), who’s in a some­what enig­matic re­la­tion­ship with bar­tender Jake (Tom Stur­ridge). Paul Sparks and Evan Jonigkeit also star.


8:30 a.m. on 18.1 KVPT; 12 p.m.

on 18.2 KVPT Molly of De­nali Pre­miere

This ground­break­ing new an­i­mated pro­gram marks the first time a Na­tive Amer­i­can char­ac­ter has head­lined a na­tional U.S. se­ries for chil­dren. The show, a U.S.-Cana­dian co-pro­duc­tion, re­volves around Molly Mabray (voice of Sov­er­eign Bill), a 10-yearold Alaska res­i­dent whose nat­u­ral cu­rios­ity leads her and her friends to ex­plore the won­ders of her state rang­ing from moose to vol­ca­noes and beyond. She lives with her fam­ily at De­nali Trad­ing Post, which her fam­ily op­er­ates. Lorne Car­di­nal and Ron Har­ris also are heard.

8 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE Amer­i­can Ninja War­rior

In the new “Los An­ge­les City Fi­nals,” the show re­turns to Cal­i­for­nia’s en­ter­tain­ment cap­i­tal to kick off the City Fi­nals phase of com­pe­ti­tion. The con­tenders will con­front up to 10 daunt­ing ob­sta­cles, in­clud­ing the new Leaps of Faith. In a twist this sea­son to the City Fi­nals rounds, the two fastest fin­ish­ers then tackle the new Power Tower for a chance to win a safety pass, which will give the lucky ninja in ques­tion a sec­ond chance on the course in the event of a fall in the Na­tional Fi­nals.

9 p.m. on HBO Years and Years

In episode 4, Viv Rook (Emma Thompson) be­comes prime min­is­ter after the coali­tion gov­ern­ment col­lapses. After Ce­leste (T’Nia Miller) con­fronts him about his af­fair, Stephen (Rory Kin­n­ear) leaves the fam­ily home and moves in with Elaine (Rachel Lo­gan). Daniel and Vik­tor (Rus­sell Tovey, Maxim Baldry) re­sort to in­creas­ingly des­per­ate mea­sures to bring the lat­ter back to the U.K. Mean­while, Rosie (Ruth Made­ley) be­gins a mo­bile cater­ing busi­ness. Jes­sica Hynes also stars.

10 p.m. on NGEO Great Shark Chow Down

At present, cli­mate change and other con­cerns are caus­ing the global shark pop­u­la­tion to crash alarm­ingly, but this new one-hour spe­cial fea­tures sci­en­tists and cine­matog­ra­phers re­call­ing thrilling — not to men­tion scary — en­coun­ters with sharks feed­ing en masse. High­lights — at least, if you’re view­ing from the safety of your liv­ing room — in­clude a vo­ra­cious gath­er­ing of hun­dreds of grey reef sharks and other species feed­ing on thou­sands of bait fish and, later, more than 200 blue sharks feed­ing on a whale car­cass. 10:01 p.m. on TLC

Kate Plus Date

The time has come for a ner­vous Kate Gos­selin to pick her sec­ond dates in the Sea­son 1 fi­nale, some­what op­ti­misti­cally ti­tled “We Are the Cham­pi­ons.” Match­mak­ers Rachel and Adam, as al­ways, are there to of­fer moral sup­port in the run-up, try­ing to help their client get psyched and con­fi­dent, but one date ends with a shock­ing sur­prise.


8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN The Lion King: Can You Feel the Love Tonight With Robin Roberts “The Lion King” has been a beloved 1994 Walt Dis­ney an­i­mated clas­sic in that stu­dio’s tra­di­tional style, a still-run­ning Tony Award-win­ning Broad­way mu­si­cal and, now, a new com­puter-an­i­mated re­make. What has given this story about a lion cub’s com­ing of age such univer­sal and en­dur­ing ap­peal? Host Robin Roberts ex­am­ines that ques­tion in this new one-hour ABC News spe­cial, which in­cludes in­ter­views with cast mem­bers in­volved in var­i­ous “Lion King” in­car­na­tions. The hour also in­cludes a pre­vi­ously un­re­leased scene from the new movie.

8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE


In the year 2199, a young woman (Priscilla Quin­tana) who be­lieves she has lost ev­ery­thing finds a new life at Earth’s Space Train­ing Academy in this new sci-fi ac­tion se­ries. As JAX, aka “Pandora,” and her friends go through train­ing to learn how to pro­tect the galaxy from var­i­ous threats, se­crets about the na­ture of her own iden­tity arise, send­ing her on a quest for an­swers. Oliver Dench, Raechelle Banno and John Har­lan Kim also star.

8 p.m. on FREE Good Trou­ble

Cal­lie (Maia Mitchell) is forced to con­front some per­cep­tions about her­self while at­tend­ing a net­work­ing mixer in the new episode “Happy Heck­ling.” Mean­while, the Speku­late of­fices are swirling with ru­mors about Mar­i­ana’s (Cierra Ramirez) ob­vi­ously close re­la­tion­ship with Evan (T.J. Lin­nard). Else­where, Alice (Sherry Cola) runs into one of her long­time idols at a queer com­edy club where she is strug­gling to get her own stand-up com­edy ca­reer started.

9 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE

Blood & Trea­sure

After they come close to cap­tur­ing Farouk (Oded Fehr) in a sting op­er­a­tion, Danny and Lexi (Matt Barr, Sofia Per­nas) re­cruit Hard­wick (James Cal­lis) to help them by tap­ping into his ex­ten­sive un­der­world con­tacts, hop­ing they may be able to find and cor­ner Farouk be­fore he van­ishes yet again, in the new episode “The Wages of Vengeance.” Else­where, hav­ing be­come ex­as­per­ated by Danny and Lexi’s ques­tion­able tac­tics, Gwen (Ka­tia Win­ter) ar­rests Fa­ther Chuck (Mark Gagliardi) for help­ing them.

9 p.m. on A&E

JFK Jr: The Fi­nal Year Air­ing on the 20th an­niver­sary of John F. Kennedy Jr.’s un­timely death, this new two-hour spe­cial de­votes a sig­nif­i­cant amount of time to 1999, his fi­nal year, which was a pe­riod of strug­gle that in­cluded the fa­tal ill­ness of An­thony Radzi­will, Kennedy’s cousin and best friend, as well as tur­bu­lence in his mar­riage and pro­fes­sional prob­lems with Kennedy’s po­lit­i­cal mag­a­zine, Ge­orge. His­to­rian and long­time Kennedy friend Steven M. Gil­lon and Ca­role Radzi­will, An­thony’s widow, take view­ers through this very per­sonal pro­file. 10 p.m. on FX


A val­ued re­la­tion­ship may fal­ter or even fail al­to­gether in the face of am­bi­tion and com­pe­ti­tion as Da­mon and Ricky (Ryan Swain, Dyl­lon Burn­side) both go out for one of the most cov­eted gigs for which au­di­tions cur­rently are be­ing held: a dance spot in Madonna’s highly an­tic­i­pated Blond Am­bi­tion Tour. Mj Ro­driguez, Do­minique Jack­son, Billy Porter and Indya Moore also star in the new episode “What Would Candy Do?”


6 p.m. on ID

The Won­der­land Mur­ders

The Pa­cific North­west is jus­ti­fi­ably cel­e­brated for its grandeur and un­spoiled beauty, but the re­gion’s vast stretches of dense forests and rugged coast­lines also have earned it a far more du­bi­ous rep­u­ta­tion as a dump­ing ground for se­rial killers. This true-crime se­ries re­turns for its sec­ond sea­son with “Ter­ror in the Pines,” de­voted to the killing spree of Greg Cook. After al­ready killing three peo­ple, he meets an un­sus­pect­ing sin­gle mother who may be fated to be­come Vic­tim No. 4.

9 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN

Card Sharks

Host Joel McHale wel­comes a fresh slate of con­tes­tants to this hit game show where the turn of a sin­gle play­ing card holds the power to turn a player into ei­ther a win­ner or a loser. Those play­ing tonight in­clude Miki Moot­sey of St. Peters­burg, Fla.; Chantelle Winch­ester of New Or­leans; and Sherice Smith and Gary Ho­gans, both of Los An­ge­les.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE

Jane The Vir­gin

Jane’s (Gina Ro­driguez) ed­i­tor sug­gests a de­cid­edly dark twist for her book, prompt­ing Jane to won­der whether the idea might be based on one of the other woman’s ac­tual exup

pe­ri­ences in the new episode “Chap­ter Ninety-Seven.” While Ro­ge­lio (Jaime Camil) is help­ing River (guest star Brooke Shields) bond with her daugh­ter, River makes things dif­fi­cult for him yet again. Try­ing not to ob­sess over her ca­reer change, Xo (An­drea Navedo) tries to fo­cus on smooth­ing things over be­tween Jane and Alba (Ivonne Coll).

9 p.m. on USA


This long-run­ning le­gal dram­edy opens its ninth and fi­nal sea­son, which finds Har­vey and Donna (Gabriel Macht, Sarah Raf­ferty) try­ing to bal­ance their new re­la­tion­ship with ef­forts to sal­vage their law firm, which took a hit last sea­son when Robert Zane (Wen­dell Pierce) sac­ri­ficed him­self to the bar as­so­ci­a­tion to save Har­vey. Rick Hoffman, Dulé Hill, Kather­ine Heigl and Amanda Schull also re­turn to their fa­mil­iar se­ries roles; orig­i­nal cast mem­ber Pa­trick J. Adams, who sat out Sea­son 8, re­turns as Mike Ross in a mid­sea­son guest ap­pear­ance.

10 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN

Match Game

Host Alec Bald­win wel­comes a new slate of celebri­ties to join in the fillin-the-blanks fun, in­clud­ing ac­tor and comic Mario Can­tone (“Sex and the City”), Raven-Sy­moné (“Raven’s House”), Hasan Minhaj (“Pa­triot Act With Hasan Minhaj”), ac­tress and comic Caro­line Rhea, Las Ve­gas en­ter­tainer

Wayne New­ton and ac­tress San­dra Bern­hard (“Pose”). Join­ing these pan­elists will be con­tes­tants from Lan­caster, Pa.; Scotts­dale, Ariz.; Whar­ton, N.J. and Bev­erly, Mass.

10 p.m. on USA


She may have got­ten dis­barred in New York to save a col­league in the world of “Suits,” but shrewd and strong-willed Jes­sica Pear­son (Gina Tor­res) carves out a new life for her­self in Chicago as Mayor Bobby No­vak’s (Mor­gan Spec­tor) fixer in this smart, sleek new spinoff. As she nav­i­gates this new turf, how­ever, Jes­sica has to find a way to rec­on­cile her re­spon­si­bil­i­ties with some­thing she’ll never give up: a need to

do the right thing. Bethany Joy Lenz and Si­mon Kas­sian­ides also star.

10 p.m. on NGEO

Man vs. Shark

In this new spe­cial, marine bi­ol­o­gist Jeremiah Sul­li­van gets up close to hun­gry ham­mer­heads and deadly tiger sharks to mea­sure how much dam­age they can do to his spe­cially de­signed ar­mored div­ing suits, in­clud­ing their bite force, body strength and abil­ity to chew through his ad­vanced ma­te­ri­als. Sul­li­van will take the data he gath­ers and use it to create new ar­mor — which once again he’ll test per­son­ally.


8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE


While she and Clive (Mal­colm Good­win) are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the sus­pi­cious death of an old-school drag queen, Liv (Rose McIver) eats the brain of the vic­tim and chan­nels the per­son­al­ity of the de­ceased in the new episode “Killer Queen.” Else­where, Ravi (Rahul Kohli) con­tacts Ma­jor (Robert Buck­ley) with an in­ter­est­ing re­quest. Aly Michalka, David An­ders and Bryce Hodg­son also star.

8 p.m. on FREE


Mat­ing sea­son turns out to be far less suc­cess­ful than both hu­mans and mer­folk had hoped, lead­ing to new con­ver­sa­tions over the pos­si­bil­ity of the mer­maids try­ing to pro­cre­ate on land in a new episode called “The Last Mer­maid.” For the good of the colony, Ryn (Eline Pow­ell) brings a new mate ashore, but that ac­tion only serves to raise some painful emo­tional ques­tions for Ben and Mad­die (Alex Roe, Fola Evan­sAk­ing­bola).

9 p.m. on LIFE

Lit­tle Women: At­lanta Sea­son 5 wraps up with “Bury­ing the Hatchet With Ms. Ratchet,” which sees lots of fric­tion among the Lit­tle Women fol­low­ing Abira’s drunken out­burst at the Fi­nal Cut. The un­pleas­ant­ness forces Minnie to choose be­tween The Twinz and Abira. Emily gives birth to her son via emer­gency C-sec­tion, then she and Bri de­cide to lobby for a spot on the Street Ex­ecs tour, re­plac­ing Abira. Nearly ev­ery­one is left stunned when Street Ex­ecs an­nounces the open­ing act on that tour.

10 p.m. on HGTV Un­spouse My House

A sin­gle fa­ther of two in Hunt­ing­ton Beach, Calif., wants to make a fresh start, but his tired and outdated home is de­press­ing, not least be­cause it con­stantly re­minds him of the ex-wife who walked out on him and his chil­dren. Luck­ily, Or­lando So­ria has a plan to breathe new life and fresh­ness into this liv­ing space, start­ing with throw­ing out the ugly tile and gaudy, over-the-top fur­ni­ture. And that’s just for starters in the new episode “Dol­phin-ately Bad Taste.”

10 p.m. on NGEO Fore­cast: Shark At­tack Shark ex­pert Dr. Greg Sko­mal and me­te­o­rol­o­gist Joe Mer­chant travel to­gether to the Ba­hamas to test a the­ory that weather has a direct cor­re­la­tion to shark at­tacks, in this new spe­cial. The duo is con­vinced that wind may drive sharks closer to the shore for their hunt­ing, which in turn brings them into closer con­tact with swim­mers in those wa­ters.

10:03 p.m. on HIST


New chal­lenges en­ter the com­pe­ti­tion as the sur­vival­ists ap­proach their one-month mark of life in the re­mote wilder­ness in the new episode “Ablaze.” For one of them, that crush­ing lone­li­ness threat­ens to be­come ut­terly over­whelm­ing, while an­other risks the loss of their shel­ter in an ac­ci­dent. Still an­other par­tic­i­pant is forced to con­front an enor­mous preda­tor.


8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Mas­ters of Il­lu­sion “Float­ing Fire, Quick Hands and One Spidey” is the ti­tle of this new episode, in which host Dean Cain wel­comes a slate of daz­zling il­lu­sion­ists that in­clude Michael Tetro, Anna DeGuz­man, Eric Jones, Joshua Jay, Tommy Ward, Ed Alonzo and “Spidey.” The gen­res of the fea­tured mag­i­cal acts range from com­edy rou­tines to baf­fling in­ter­ac­tive “mind magic.”

8 p.m. on LIFEMOV Movie: The Wrong Mommy Me­lanie (Jes­sica Mor­ris) is thrilled when she gets a pro­mo­tion at work, but when her new re­spon­si­bil­i­ties start to feel over­whelm­ing, she de­cides to hire Phoebe (Ash­lynn Yen­nie) as her per­sonal as­sis­tant. What she doesn’t know is that Phoebe has a re­ally sick ul­te­rior mo­tive for tak­ing the job, and it in­volves Me­lanie’s mother (Dee Wallace, “E.T. the Ex­trater­res­trial”). Vivica A. Fox and Eric Roberts also star.

10 p.m. on SYFY


This ban­ter-filled sci-fi ac­tion se­ries opens its fifth and fi­nal sea­son with “Run, Yala, Run,” as Dutch (Han­nah John-Ka­men) dis­cov­ers that the lethally dan­ger­ous and shape-shift­ing

en­tity known as The Lady has put all of Wester­ley un­der a col­lec­tive delu­sion that serves her own in­sid­i­ous ends. That leaves Dutch and her fel­low Killjoys John and D’avin (Aaron Ash­more, Luke Mac­Far­lane) pon­der­ing how to fight this en­emy in a world where they can­not trust their own mem­o­ries.

10 p.m. on SHOW Movie: Black ’47

Di­rec­tor and co-writer Lance Daly’s 2018 Ir­ish pe­riod drama is set against the back­drop of the Great Famine of Ire­land, par­tic­u­larly in its most dev­as­tat­ing year, 1847. In this set­ting, Martin Feeney (James Frechevill­e), an Ir­ish mer­ce­nary who has been fight­ing for the Bri­tish army, re­turns to his home in Con­nemara to find that his fam­ily has fallen on des­per­ate times. He aban­dons his post and em­barks on a quest for re­venge. Hugo Weav­ing, Jim Broad­bent and Stephen Rea also star.

10:03 p.m. on HIST

The UnX­plained

Wil­liam Shatner is both ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer and host of this new six­episode an­thol­ogy se­ries, which ex­plores assorted sub­jects that have proved baf­fling over the cen­turies, rang­ing from an­cient cities said to be un­der a curse to bizarre rit­u­als and in­ex­pli­ca­ble struc­tures. The se­ries pre­miere, “Evil Places,” ex­plores lo­ca­tions that are per­haps best left un­ex­plored, such as moun­tains from which no vis­i­tor ever re­turns alive to haunted houses. Are such lo­ca­tions im­bued with some sort of dark en­ergy we don’t un­der­stand?


8 p.m. on DSC Apollo: The For­got­ten Films This new two-hour spe­cial cel­e­brates the 50th an­niver­sary of the Apollo 11 moon land­ing through the use of pre­vi­ously un­fa­mil­iar footage taken from NASA Re­search Cen­ters, the Na­tional Ar­chives and lo­cal and net­work news re­ports of the pe­riod. What emerges is an im­mer­sive view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, a re­mark­able — and re­mark­ably com­plete — be­hind-thescenes look at the ex­haus­tive prepa­ra­tion that went into send­ing the first hu­man be­ings to the moon.

8 p.m. on FOOD Restau­rant: Im­pos­si­ble

Host Robert Irvine opens a new sea­son of this hit un­scripted se­ries in which he tries to turn around the for­tunes of eater­ies that are threat­en­ing to fail. In­creas­ing the de­gree of dif­fi­culty, he has only 48 hours and a bud­get of $10,000 to get it done, which means he’ll be chan­nel­ing MacGyver here and there when he has to. With luck and a whole lot of skill, he usu­ally man­ages to give any trou­bled restau­rant a new lease on life.

8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: The Madam of Pu­rity Falls After the tragic death of her hus­band, a widow hopes for a fresh start when she moves her teenage son and daugh­ter to a seem­ingly idyllic town with the whole­some name Pu­rity Falls. In no time at all, how­ever, her re­la­tion­ship with her son is se­ri­ously dam­aged when he is drawn into the ne­far­i­ous home busi­ness of one of their neigh­bors. Kris­tanna Lo­ken, Trevor Stines and Olivia d’Abo star in this 2019 thriller.

9 p.m. on OWN Iyanla, Fix My Life

The new episode “Born in Prison: Lil’ Karla Bev­erly” in­tro­duces Iyanla’s lat­est client, who proves to be a real hand­ful. For as long as she can re­mem­ber, Lil’ Karla has been la­beled a bad seed by nearly ev­ery­one around her, which has be­come some­thing of a self-ful­fill­ing prophecy. Now her fa­ther, aunt and grand­mother all are reach­ing the end of their ropes over her mis­be­hav­ior. Al­most im­me­di­ately, how­ever, Iyanla re­al­izes the root of the prob­lem lies with Lil’ Karla’s fam­ily, not Karla her­self.

9:02 p.m. on ANPL Hang­ing With the Hen­der­sons In the new episode “It Takes a Vil­lage,” the Hen­der­sons try to stay ac­tive in their com­mu­nity any time the op­por­tu­nity arises, so when a wolf-hy­brid who has sus­tained mas­sive in­juries arrives at their doorstep, the whole team ral­lies to­gether to help. Later, while Dr. Ross is shar­ing his love of ve­teri­nary medicine and mu­sic at a lo­cal grade school, Drs. Ryan and Tony spend vol­un­teer time help­ing at a free ve­teri­nary clinic.

Paddy McGuin­ness (left) and Fred­die Flintoff co­host “Top Gear” Sun­day on BBC Amer­ica.

John F. Kennedy Jr. is the sub­ject of “JFK Jr: The Fi­nal Year” Tues­day on A&E Net­work.

Ak­bar Gba­jabi­amila hosts “Amer­i­can Ninja War­rior” Mon­day on NBC.

Mal­colm Good­win stars in “iZom­bie” Thurs­day on The CW.

Rick Hoffman stars in “Suits” Wed­nes­day on USA Net­work.

Wil­liam Shatner hosts “The UnX­plained” Fri­day on His­tory.

“Apollo: The For­got­ten Films” airs Satur­day on Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel.

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