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SUN­DAY 7:59 p.m. on ANPL DSC Serengeti

Academy Award-win­ning ac­tress Lupita Ny­ong’o (“Twelve Years a Slave”) nar­rates this vis­ually stun­ning new six-part na­ture docu-series filmed on the plains of Tan­za­nia, cap­tur­ing the daily rou­tines of that re­gion’s mag­nif­i­cent an­i­mals dur­ing the course of a year. Fea­tured char­ac­ters in­clude the li­on­ess Kali, Za­lika the hyena, Tembo the ele­phant, Shani the ze­bra, Bakari the ba­boon and an as­sort­ment of sup­port­ing play­ers, with each species hav­ing its own unique story. 8 p.m. on TLC

90 Day Fi­ancé: Be­fore the 90 Days Sea­son 3 of this un­scripted series fol­lows seven Amer­i­cans who have fallen in love with in­ter­na­tional mates on­line and now are trav­el­ing over­seas hop­ing to get a mar­riage pro­posal from some­one they’ve never met in per­son. Ul­ti­mately, their dream is to live as a cou­ple in the United States. Fea­tured cou­ples in­clude Avery, a teenager from Colum­bus, Ohio, who fell in love with a Syr­ian named Omar af­ter con­vert­ing to Is­lam, alien­at­ing her Christian fam­ily in the process.

9 p.m. on AMC Preacher

Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper) fled his per­verse child­hood home in An­gelville and fi­nally re­united with true love Tulip (Ruth Negga) at the end of Sea­son 3. Now, as this dark, pro­fane but of­ten hi­lar­i­ous comic book adap­ta­tion opens its fourth and fi­nal sea­son with a two-hour sea­son pre­miere, Jesse is tor­mented by ter­ri­fy­ing vi­sions of an apocalypti­c fu­ture as he and Tulip pre­pare to as­sault Grail head­quar­ters at Masada, where their com­rade Cas­sidy (Joseph Gil­gun) is be­ing tor­tured.

9 p.m. on E! Flip It Like Disick

Scott Disick, prob­a­bly best known to re­al­ity TV fans as Kourt­ney Kar­dashian’s ex-boyfriend, show­cases his pas­sion for lux­ury real es­tate and house-flipping in this new home makeover series, which fol­lows Disick as he ac­quires, re­mod­els and re-sells up­scale Los An­ge­les prop­er­ties while also help­ing some of his celebrity friends trans­form their homes. Join­ing him are in­te­rior de­signer Willa Ford; buddy and busi­ness part­ner Benny Lu­ciano, and Benny’s wife, Kozet; con­trac­tor Miki Moor, and as­sis­tant Lind­say Di­a­mond.

10 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE The Good Fight

This crit­i­cally ac­claimed le­gal drama con­cludes its sum­mer run on CBS, al­though new episodes will con­tinue stream­ing at the show’s reg­u­lar home on CBS All Ac­cess. In tonight’s Sea­son 1 broad­cast finale, “Chaos,” Maia’s (Rose Les­lie) bi-annual re­view at the of­fice holds both good and bad news for her. Mean­while, her father, Henry (re­cur­ring guest star Paul Guil­foyle), gets dis­ap­point­ing news of his own from the De­part­ment of Jus­tice, so he reaches out to a mys­te­ri­ous old friend. Chris­tine Baran­ski also stars.

10 p.m. on TLC Un­ex­pected

As Sea­son 3 of this com­pelling un­scripted series about teenage par­ents opens with a two-hour pre­miere, McKayla and Cae­lan find them­selves at a cross­roads as they await their sec­ond child, while Chloe is forced to par­ent Ava as if she were a sin­gle mom, ow­ing to her par­ents’ dis­ap­proval and the pos­si­bil­ity that Max is go­ing to jail. Only days af­ter her younger sis­ter Tiarra gave birth to a baby girl, Tyra dis­cov­ers that she is five months preg­nant her­self.

MON­DAY 6 p.m. on ID Se­rial Killer: Devil Un­chained

In the first sea­son finale, as she tries to iden­tify an ac­com­plice, Maria Awes joins Gary Gar­rett, Todd Kohlhepp’s bi­og­ra­pher, on a highly emo­tional tour of Kohlhepp’s prop­erty, where in­ves­ti­ga­tors ear­lier found the re­mains of three vic­tims, and where Kala Brown was held cap­tive for two months in a ship­ping con­tainer. It’s not long af­ter that when Maria un­ex­pect­edly gets a confession straight from the killer about two other men he says he mur­dered.

8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN Bach­e­lor in Par­adise

John Paul Jones from Han­nah Brown’s re­cent sea­son of “The Bach­e­lorette,” Willis Reid from Rebecca Kufrin’s sea­son of the same show, and Demi Burnett and Tayshia Adams from Colton Underwood’s sea­son of “The Bach­e­lor” are among the pre­vi­ously un­lucky fan fa­vorites fea­tured in this sum­mer’s edi­tion of this en­try in the “Bach­e­lor” series fran­chise, which offers par­tic­i­pants a sec­ond — for some, even a third — chance to find romance in a trop­i­cal par­adise. Chris Harrison is the host.

8 p.m. on VH-1 Love & Hip Hop: Hol­ly­wood

View­ers can en­joy an all-ac­cess back­stage pass to the Mil­len­nium Tour with B2K band mem­bers J Boog and Fizz as this hit re­al­ity series re­turns for Sea­son 6. In other up­com­ing story lines, power cou­ple Ray J and his wife, Princess Love, con­tinue what seems to be a fairy-tale mar­riage as they try to build a secure legacy for Melody Love Nor­wood, their young daugh­ter. Else­where, Apryl Jones, Omar­ion’s ex and the mother of his kids, resur­faces as ru­mors swirl about her close­ness to Fizz.

9:01 p.m. on STARZ Movie: The Klep­to­crats

Af­ter a fi­nancier em­bez­zles a for­tune from Malaysia’s wealth fund in one of the world’s big­gest white-col­lar heists in­volv­ing gov­ern­ment cor­rup­tion and in­ter­na­tional money laun­der­ing, some of that dirty money flows into New York and Hol­ly­wood. At that point, the thieves court A-list celebri­ties and bankroll the Os­car-nom­i­nated “The Wolf of Wall Street.” This 2018 doc­u­men­tary from Sam Hoblin­son and Ha­vana Mark­ing ex­plores how in­ves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ists even­tu­ally un­ravel the scheme.

10 p.m. on HBO Di­vorce

The saga of ex-spouses Frances and Robert (Sarah Jes­sica Parker, Thomas Haden Church) and their of­ten hap­less at­tempts to un­tan­gle their com­pli­cated shared lives closes out its third and fi­nal sea­son with a finale called “Knock Knock,” which sees both main char­ac­ters reach­ing an­other cross­roads in their new post­di­vorce re­la­tion­ships. Molly Shannon, Talia Bal­sam, Tracy Letts, Sterling Jerins, Char­lie Kil­gore and Becki New­ton also star.

TUES­DAY 7 p.m. on TRAV Code of the Wild

Extreme ad­ven­tur­ers turned wilder­ness pri­vate eyes Chris and Casey Keefer ven­ture into rugged ter­rain to solve some baf­fling mys­ter­ies in this new eight-part do­cuseries. The pre­miere, “The Curse of El Do­rado,” takes the Keefer broth­ers on the road to El Do­rado, which they hope will lead them to the fabled lost City of Gold. The Keefers start out in Rio de Janeiro, where they un­cover valu­able in­for­ma­tion on the route taken by Percy Fawcett, the ex­plorer be­lieved to have come closer to the goal than any­one else.

8 p.m. on FREE Good Trou­ble

Ex­hausted by mul­ti­ple con­fronta­tions in her life, Cal­lie (Maia Mitchell) re­solves to make a change in the Sea­son 2 finale, “Dis­rup­tions.” The group com­mis­sion­ing a new art pro­ject from Gael (Tommy Martinez) inadverten­tly re­veals some­thing un­ex­pected to him about Eli­jah (Denim Richards). Else­where, Mar­i­ana (Cierra Ramirez) learns the truth about what hap­pened with the pre­vi­ous fe­male en­gi­neer. Zuri Adele and Sherry Cola also star.

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Amer­i­can Ex­pe­ri­ence

As the 50th an­niver­sary of an iconic 1969 mu­sic fes­ti­val ap­proaches, a two-hour episode called “Wood­stock: Three Days That Defined a Gen­er­a­tion” looks back at that tran­scen­dent cul­tural event, not via the mu­si­cians and their mu­sic, but rather through the myr­iad per­sonal sto­ries of those in the vast crowd and work­ing be­hind the scenes. What emerges are in­sights into how ev­ery­one came to­gether and sur­mounted stag­ger­ing chal­lenges to achieve a mo­ment of bliss­ful unity.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE The 100

As the mys­tery of the anom­aly con­tin­ues to deepen, Sanc­tum is turned into a vi­o­lent bat­tle­ground be­tween the de­vout and the non­be­liev­ers in “The Blood of Sanc­tum,” the Sea­son 6 finale. The CW has re­newed this sci-fi drama, which has emerged as a cult hit for the network, for an­other sea­son. El­iza Tay­lor, Bob Mor­ley, Paige Turco, Marie Avgeropou­los, Lind­sey Mor­gan and Richard Har­mon star.

10 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Blood & Trea­sure

Long-held se­crets come to light, sev­eral fates are sealed and the lives of part­ners-in-ad­ven­ture Danny and Lexi (Matt Barr, Sofia Per­nas) will never be the same af­ter Karim Farouk’s (Oded Fehr) mas­ter plan is put into ac­tion in the Sea­son 1 finale, “The Re­venge of Farouk.” CBS has re­newed this ac­tion-packed drama for a sec­ond sea­son. Michael James Shaw, Ka­tia Win­ter and James Cal­lis also star.

10 p.m. on BRAV Flipping Exes

When sweet­hearts break up, many strug­gle just stay on civil terms with their ex, but for­mer love­birds Nina Klemm and Michael LeSure take that to the next level by go­ing into busi­ness to­gether in this new un­scripted series. Based in af­flu­ent Carmel, Ind. — known to some as the Bev­erly Hills of the Mid­west — Klemm and LeSure work to­gether to buy, ren­o­vate and then re-sell high-end prop­er­ties. She’s a Re­al­tor with a ritzy client list, and his work as a fi­nancier helps him over­see op­er­a­tions.

10 p.m. on CMDY Drunk His­tory

This Emmy-win­ning (and al­co­hol­fu­eled) sketch com­edy series is­sues a last-call on its sixth hit sea­son with a finale called “Bad Blood,” which opens with the story of how Ir­ish-Amer­i­can cook Mary Mal­lon in­fected so many peo­ple with ty­phoid — de­spite be­ing com­pletely free of the dis­ease’s symp­toms her­self — that she earned the un­happy nick­name “Ty­phoid Mary.” An­other sketch re­lates how Arsi­noe, the kid sis­ter of Cleopa­tra, was no slouch her­self when it came to schem­ing her way in and out of power. Derek Wa­ters is host.

10 p.m. on HBO Hard Knocks: Train­ing Camp With the Oak­land Raiders

Filmed in cinema ver­ité style, this hit fly-on-the-wall sports series moves to Cal­i­for­nia’s Bay Area for Sea­son 14, as Raiders head coach Jon Gru­den en­ters his sec­ond sea­son lead­ing the team and staff. Each week, view­ers get an in­side look as play­ers go through the daily rig­ors of an NFL train­ing camp, not to men­tion the in­di­vid­ual pres­sures that go with com­pet­ing for a spot on the ros­ter.

WED­NES­DAY 8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Love Is­land

Which two Is­lan­ders will be the lucky cou­ple who heads home with the $100,000 grand prize? View­ers will find out in tonight’s finale, but CBS also is squarely in the win­ner’s cir­cle with this adap­ta­tion of a hit Bri­tish dat­ing show. The network took a big gam­ble, pro­gram­ming “Love Is­land” ev­ery week­night fol­low­ing its July pre­miere, but even most view­ers who may have tuned in to hate-watch quickly got hooked on this silly but ad­dic­tive series. Arielle Van­den­berg is the host; Matthew Hoffman does the hi­lar­i­ous nar­ra­tion.

8 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Bul­let­proof

A pair of undercover cops — Bishop (Noel Clarke, “Star Trek: Into Dark­ness”) and Pike (rap­per and ac­tor Ash­ley Walters) tire­lessly chase down vi­o­lent crim­i­nals in the East End of Lon­don in this adren­a­line-heavy Bri­tish im­port. In the pre­miere, an in­for­mant is killed, lead­ing Pike and Bishop to un­cover a gang of thieves who tar­get lux­ury cars. Clarke Peters, Lind­sey Coul­son and Christina Chang also star in this al­ter­nately gritty and glossy crime drama.

8 p.m. on FREE grown-ish

Sopho­more year ends for Zoey John­son (Yara Shahidi) and her friends in the Sea­son 2 finale “Dreams and Nightmares.” Both spirits and ten­sions in­evitably are run­ning high, and as pent-up emo­tions are un­leashed, the re­sults in­clude rifts in mul­ti­ple re­la­tion­ships, as well as some un­ex­pected rec­on­cil­i­a­tions. Deon Cole, Trevor Jack­son, Emily Ar­look and Fran­cia Raisa also star.

9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH BH90210

There’s a whole lot of “meta” go­ing on in this un­ortho­dox new take on the iconic Fox high school drama that ran on the network from 1990 to 2000. Many of the orig­i­nal cast mem­bers re­turn for this new show, which isn’t a straight­for­ward reboot, but rather a high-con­cept take on what might hap­pen if Jen­nie Garth, Tori Spell­ing, Ja­son Pri­est­ley, Shan­nen Doherty, Ian Zier­ing, Gabrielle Car­teris and Brian Austin Green re­united to bring back their vin­tage hit. The ac­tors play some­what fic­tion­al­ized ver­sions of them­selves.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Hyp­no­tize Me

Taye Diggs hosts this new it­er­a­tion of a hit Bri­tish game show, wherein con­tes­tants work to­gether in teams to com­plete simple, ev­ery­day tasks. Here’s the com­pli­cat­ing element, al­though the show ti­tle is a spoiler: The con­tes­tants have to com­plete their as­signed chal­lenges af­ter be­ing “put un­der” by res­i­dent hyp­no­tist Keith Barry. Af­ter that, the play­ers have a tougher time fol­low­ing simple com­mands, and also run the risk of un­wit­tingly giv­ing up long-held se­crets.

10 p.m. on OWN David Makes Man

This half-hour pre­view spe­cial takes view­ers be­hind the scenes of “David Makes Man,” a new scripted drama series cre­ated by Tarell Alvin McCraney, who won an Os­car for cowrit­ing the film drama “Moon­light.” Ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer Oprah Win­frey ex­plains what there is about this new pro­ject that moved her to de­clare it “poetry on TV,” while some of the show’s stars, in­clud­ing Phyli­cia Rashad, also are in­ter­viewed.

THURS­DAY 6 p.m. on TBS TNT Chas­ing the Cure

Pa­tients strug­gling with puz­zling ail­ments try to find a cure by con­sult­ing with a panel of top physi­cians in this new docu-series hosted by Em­my­win­ning TV jour­nal­ist Ann Curry, but it doesn’t stop there. View­ers watch­ing this series at home also can in­ter­act via so­cial me­dia, a Face­book group and a ded­i­cated web­site to sub­mit their own cases and/or in­sights on their own ex­pe­ri­ences if they have gone through chal­lenges sim­i­lar to those of the fea­tured pa­tients.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Two Sen­tence Hor­ror Sto­ries

Jim Par­rack (“True Blood”), Ni­cole Kang (“Bat­woman”) and Aleyse Shannon (“Charmed”) are among the stars of this new an­thol­ogy series, which serves up con­tem­po­rary tales of ter­ror, in­spired by the vi­ral fan fic­tion phe­nom­e­non of the ti­tle: hor­ror yarns that de­liver a thrilling jolt in just two sen­tences. Sto­ries, set­tings and char­ac­ters will vary from tale to tale, but each shares com­mon roots in uni­ver­sally held primal fears and so­cial in­se­cu­ri­ties. An­other episode im­me­di­ately fol­lows.

9 p.m. on HIST Ax Men

The Ryg­gard Log­ging team must cross a deep val­ley on their long­est road yet as they fight to fix an ir­reg­u­lar sky­line in the new episode “The Long­est Road.” While run­ning his first job site on his own, Danny Pihl pushes him­self to the limit both phys­i­cally and men­tally. Wade Eti­enne dou­bles down on his risky plan to cus­tom-fab­ri­cate a unique log hauler, and Frank Hark­ness’ waste-no-time work ethic proves too much for his equip­ment to man­age while work­ing on a steep, snow­cov­ered moun­tain­side.

10 p.m. on WE Be­yond the Pole

In this new, very un­con­ven­tional re­al­ity series, sev­eral ex­otic dancers from At­lanta area clubs — some still per­form­ing, oth­ers re­tired — re­ceive ad­vice on how to put their days of strip­per poles be­hind them from Coach Stormy Welling­ton, an ex-strip­per who now claims to be a self-made mil­lion­aire. Now she wants to take what she has learned along the way to guide these other women to fi­nan­cial free­dom.

FRI­DAY 7 p.m. on TRAV Haunted Towns

For many gen­er­a­tions, na­tive Hawai­ians have known that, how­ever you re­gard any of the other is­land deities, on no ac­count should you ever tick off Pele, the god­dess of fire. The Tennessee Wraith Chasers have a thor­oughly chill­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in the town of Hilo, Hawaii, where dis­em­bod­ied voices in un­der­ground lava tubes are said to warn of im­mi­nent dan­ger on the Big Is­land in the sea­son finale “Wrath of the Fire God­dess.”

7:35 p.m. on MAX Movie: Ready Player One

Ernest Cline co-adapted his own best­selling 2011 sci-fi novel for Steven Spiel­berg’s 2018 ad­ven­ture, which uses a com­bi­na­tion of live-ac­tion and an­i­ma­tion to con­jure the dystopian near fu­ture of 2045. There, much of hu­man­ity re­treats into OA­SIS, a vir­tual-re­al­ity soft­ware pro­gram, to es­cape their bleak sur­round­ings. Wade (Tye Sheri­dan) dis­cov­ers clues to a hid­den game in the pro­gram that will de­liver a life-chang­ing re­ward to the win­ner. Olivia Cooke, Ben Men­del­sohn, T.J. Miller, Si­mon Pegg and Mark Ry­lance star.

8 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN WE Day

At a time when the Amer­i­can po­lit­i­cal land­scape strikes many as ir­re­vo­ca­bly po­lar­ized and even toxic, this annual spe­cial pauses to salute young peo­ple and their fam­i­lies who are de­ter­mined to pull to­gether and be­come an un­stop­pable force for good. Host Neil Patrick Har­ris wel­comes some of those re­mark­able change-mak­ers, along with chart-top­ping mu­si­cal per­form­ers and celebrity guests in­clud­ing Academy Award win­ner Ma­her­shala Ali (“Green Book”), Chance the Rap­per, Joe Jonas, Selena Gomez, Natalie Port­man, Pen­ta­tonix, Meghan Trainor, Bill Nye and Lilly Singh.

9 p.m. on SHOW David Bowie: Find­ing Fame

When he died in 2016 at age 69, David Bowie al­most uni­ver­sally was re­garded as a ge­nius and a re­nais­sance man, not to men­tion the epit­ome of cool­ness. As Fran­cis Whately’s 2019 doc­u­men­tary re­veals, how­ever, that def­i­nitely was not the case in his early ca­reer, when he was front­man for a band called The Lower Third, which tended to un­for­tu­nate cov­ers such as “Chim Chim Cheree” from “Mary Pop­pins.” Still, even then there were signs that Bowie was des­tined to be a heroic out­lier in his art.

10 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Great Per­for­mances

Gus­tavo Du­damel, the cel­e­brated con­duc­tor of the Los An­ge­les Phil­har­monic, re­turns to the gardens of Aus­tria’s Schön­brunn Palace to con­duct one of the world’s most sublime or­ches­tras in “Vi­enna Phil­har­monic Sum­mer Night Con­cert 2019,” which high­lights mu­sic from both Euro­pean and Amer­i­can con­duc­tors. Pian­ist Yuja Wang, the guest artist, joins the orches­tra for Ge­orge Gersh­win’s “Rhap­sody in Blue.” The pro­gram also in­cludes Leonard Bern­stein’s over­ture to “Can­dide” and the fourth move­ment of An­tonin Dvo­rak’s Sym­phony No.

9 in E mi­nor, Op. 95 “From the New World.”

10 p.m. on STARZ MotherFath­erSon

In the sea­son finale, Caden (Billy Howle) leaves the re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion cen­ter af­ter gru­el­ing weeks of work, re­turn­ing to Lon­don and an un­cer­tain fu­ture both per­son­ally and pro­fes­sion­ally. Mean­while, his mother, Kathryn (Helen McCrory), pon­ders the of­fer that Max (Richard Gere) has made to her. The pro­posal def­i­nitely is a tempt­ing one, but she wor­ries about how Caden will re­act to the news, not to men­tion whether she can even trust Max to keep his word.

SATUR­DAY 2 p.m. on 24.1 KSEE Horse Rac­ing

Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York has big­ger races com­ing, in­clud­ing the Travers, but to­day’s Breeder’s Cup Chal­lenge gives the win­ner an automatic berth in the 2019 Breed­ers’ Cup. “Win and you’re in” is the mantra and a trip to Hol­ly­wood is on the line as that’s where the Breeder’s Cup will be held in early November. Last week it was the Whit­ney Stakes that awarded the win­ner, this week it is the mile-long Fourstar­dave Hand­i­cap.

8 p.m. on ANPL The Zoo: San Diego

This new un­scripted series takes view­ers be­hind the scenes of San Diego Zoo Global, which aims to save species world­wide while in­spir­ing pas­sion for an­i­mals and na­ture. Fea­tur­ing two parks — the cel­e­brated San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo Sa­fari Park — it’s home to more than 700 species and 6,500 an­i­mals. Among the many fea­tured crit­ters this sea­son are pan­das, gi­raffes, two baby chee­tahs be­ing trained as am­bas­sadors for their species, and a flock of os­triches known as the Spice Girls.

8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: V.C. An­drews’ Fallen Hearts

Adapted from the third of five nov­els in V.C. An­drews’ Cas­teel Fam­ily book series, this chap­ter in the tale finds Heaven Stonewall (An­nalise Basso) hap­pily mar­ried and ready to set­tle into life in her home­town, un­til grand­fa­ther Tony Tat­ter­son (Ja­son Pri­est­ley) lures her back to her pre­vi­ous pam­pered ex­is­tence in the fam­ily man­sion. Even­tu­ally, how­ever, ghosts out of Heaven’s past rise up to threaten that cozy and in­su­lated world.

8 p.m. on NICK Nick­elodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports 2019

Three-time NBA cham­pion and Olympic gold medal­ist Dwyane Wade and U.S. Women’s Soc­cer su­per­star Me­gan Rapi­noe en­joyed ma­jor mo­ments in the spot­light dur­ing the sixth annual edi­tion of this high-en­ergy (and slime-filled) cel­e­bra­tion of fa­vorite ath­letes and the past year’s most un­for­get­table sports mo­ments, as se­lected by young fans in on­line vot­ing. Rapi­noe, also a noted so­cial ac­tivist, re­ceives the Gen­er­a­tion of Change award, while Wade’s long ca­reer is ac­knowl­edged with the Legend award. Michael Stra­han hosts the cer­e­monies, filmed last month at the Barker Hanger in Santa Mon­ica, Calif.

8 p.m. on HBO Movie: Aqua­man

James Wan’s 2018 block­buster was the first full-length fea­ture film to fo­cus mainly on this par­tic­u­lar DC Comics su­per­hero, which may help ex­plain why the pro­ject went through such a tor­tured devel­op­ment process for more than a decade. It paid off in this case, thanks in no small part to a charm­ingly self-ef­fac­ing per­for­mance in the ti­tle role by burly Ja­son Mo­moa, al­ready known to fans from his TV role in “Game of Thrones.” Am­ber Heard, Willem Dafoe and Patrick Wil­son also star.

11 p.m. on HGTV Moun­tain Ma­mas

The Big Sky coun­try of Mon­tana is a pow­er­ful mag­net for fam­i­lies who love the great out­doors, es­pe­cially when they come with breath­tak­ing moun­tain vis­tas. When clients are ready to be­gin a prop­erty search to make their dreams a re­al­ity, they of­ten turn to real-es­tate mavens Jackie Wick­ens and Tre­cie Wheat Hughes, who help them find af­ford­able prop­er­ties that just need a man­age­able amount of TLC to re­store their beauty. The series pre­miere finds them as­sist­ing a mother and daugh­ter who just moved back to Mon­tana.

El­iza Tay­lor stars in “The 100” Tues­day on The CW.

Chris Harrison hosts “Bach­e­lor in Par­adise” Mon­day on ABC.

Dominic Cooper stars in “Preacher” Sun­day on AMC.

Ann Curry hosts “Chas­ing the Cure” Thurs­day on TNT and TBS.

Ash­ley Walters (left) and Noel Clarke star in “Bul­let­proof” Wed­nes­day on The CW.

Neil Patrick Har­ris hosts “WE Day” Fri­day on ABC.

Me­gan Rapi­noe is fea­tured in Nick­elodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports 2019, air­ing Satur­day.

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