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SUN­DAY 1 p.m. on ESPN; 7:30 p.m. on ESPN2

2019 U.S. Open Ten­nis

No­vak Djokovic has won four of the last five Grand Slam ten­nis events, in­clud­ing Wim­ble­don most re­cently, as well as last year’s U.S. Open. Per­haps he’ll be de­fend­ing the lat­ter ti­tle in the men’s fi­nal of this year’s U.S. Open. Com­ing from the USTA Bil­lie Jean King Na­tional Ten­nis Cen­ter in Flush­ing, N.Y., it is also the last Grand Slam event of 2019.

7 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE 60 Min­utes

Long­time cor­re­spon­dent Steve Kroft, who an­nounced his re­tire­ment in May, takes the spot­light in this spe­cial edi­tion of the Emmy-win­ning news­magazine as he sits down for an interview with col­league Les­ley Stahl. This tribute looks back at 50 years of Kroft’s jour­nal­is­tic work, dur­ing which he re­ported nearly 500 seg­ments for “60 Min­utes” and won five Pe­abody Awards, among other hon­ors. The hour re­vis­its such ca­reer high­lights as his 1992 interview with Bill and Hil­lary Clin­ton and a post-elec­tion interview with Barack and Michelle Obama.

7 p.m. on NGWILD Dog: Im­pos­si­ble

In a new episode called “Don’t Fear the Col­lar,” Matt Beis­ner works with two dogs who are both real chal­lenges, de­spite their dif­fer­ent back­grounds. Lou, who sur­vived on the neigh­bor­hood streets, has a vi­o­lent re­ac­tion to dog col­lars, while Agedashi, a blue heeler who used to be feral, re­acts vi­ciously to any strangers. Matt knows he must reach both dogs and mod­ify their be­hav­ior, since lo­cal an­i­mal con­trol of­fi­cials are crack­ing down on ca­nines who ex­hibit wild streaks.7

p.m. on ID Dead­line: Crime With Tam­ron Hall

TV broad­cast jour­nal­ist Tam­ron Hall re­turns to host Season 6 of this true-crime se­ries. The premiere, “Van­ish­ing on I-95,” re­vis­its the 1990 case of Lor­raine Hen­dricks, a Florida woman who was en route to Vero Beach, Fla., to visit a friend when she van­ished. Two days later, her aban­doned car was found, soon fol­lowed by the dis­cov­ery of her corpse in a wooded area. As her story hit the area pa­pers, one reader had the chill­ing sus­pi­cion her hus­band played a part in this death.

8 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Coun­try Mu­sic: Live at the Ry­man, A Con­cert Celebratin­g the Film by Ken Burns

Doc­u­men­tary film­maker Ken Burns plays host at his­toric Ry­man Au­di­to­rium in Nashville, Tenn., for this two-hour spe­cial (recorded last March) with per­for­mances by coun­try mu­sic stars who are fea­tured in Burns’ up­com­ing eight-part, 16hour docu-se­ries “Coun­try Mu­sic.” Fea­tured artists in­clude Dierks Bent­ley, Rhi­an­non Gid­dens, Rosanne Cash, Larry Gatlin, Ketch Secor, Rodney Crow­ell, Vince Gill, Kathy Mat­tea, Ricky Sk­aggs, Marty Stu­art, Holly Wil­liams, Dwight Yoakam and Asleep at the Wheel.

8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: The Wrong Cheerleade­r

High school se­nior Becky Si­mon (Cris­tine Pros­peri) has it all — in­clud­ing strong grades and plenty of friends — ex­cept for the af­fec­tions of a boyfriend, but she’s hop­ing that changes once she lands a spot on her school’s cheer­lead­ing squad. Sure enough, she catches the eye of hand­some new stu­dent Rob Broux (David Meza), and their ro­mance blos­soms ... un­til Rob starts to show a creepy obsessive side. He’ll stop at noth­ing to keep Becky, but he may be mess­ing with the wrong cheerleade­r in this new 2019 thriller.

9 p.m. on BRAV Mar­ried to Medicine

Dr. Jacqueline Walters is all about rebuilding — her new prac­tice, her new home and her mar­riage to Cur­tis — as this un­scripted se­ries opens Season 7. These new episodes also see Dr. Heav­enly Kimes and Da­mon open­ing a sur­gi­cal cen­ter, while Ce­cil of­fi­cially be­comes Dr. Simone Whit­more’s as­sis­tant. Else­where, Dr. Contessa Met­calfe pre­pares to go back to school, as well as to open a new clinic with her hus­band, Scott.

9 p.m. on HALL HMM Movie: Wit­ness to Mur­der: A Dar­row Mys­tery

Claire and Joanna Dar­row (Kim­berly Wil­liams-Pais­ley, Wendie Mal­ick) ac­cept the case of young at­tor­ney Cassidy Piper (guest star Elysia Ro­taru), who faces felony charges and the pos­si­ble loss of cus­tody of her daugh­ter. It’s a sen­si­tive sit­u­a­tion for the mother-daugh­ter team, to put it mildly: Cassidy is the per­son who was tricked by her bosses into lev­el­ing an ac­cu­sa­tion against Joanna that ended the lat­ter’s ca­reer in New York. Tom Ca­vanagh and Michelle Harrison also star.

MON­DAY 9:30 a.m. on 59.1 KFRE Judge Jerry

Among the new en­tries in this fall’s syn­di­ca­tion mar­ket, prob­a­bly none has a more rec­og­niz­able pres­ence in day­time TV than Jerry Springer, via his long-run­ning in-your-face talk-fest “The Jerry Springer Show.” Skep­ti­cal view­ers who think this new show’s court­room set­ting is merely a stunt are mis­taken: Springer ac­tu­ally holds a law de­gree from North­west­ern Univer­sity and worked at two le­gal firms early in his ca­reer be­fore tran­si­tion­ing into pol­i­tics, then tele­vi­sion.

1 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE The Kelly Clark­son Show

It’s prob­a­bly a no-brainer, but ex­pect mu­sic to play a big part in the pro­ceed­ings as the three­time Grammy win­ner and former “Amer­i­can Idol” cham­pion makes her first ven­ture into the day­time talk show arena. View­ers also can look for­ward to guests with feel-good sto­ries to share, as well as var­i­ous games and sur­prises to keep things lively. The star ad­mits she wasn’t look­ing to do a show like this, but pro­duc­ers came knock­ing once they saw what a warm and bub­bly pres­ence she was (and still is) on “The Voice.”

8 p.m. on 47.1 KGPE Lip Sync to the Res­cue

In­spired by a re­cent so­cial me­dia chal­lenge that went vi­ral, this new one-hour spe­cial is an in­ter­ac­tive countdown of po­lice of­fi­cers, sher­iff’s of­fi­cials, fire­fight­ers, emer­gency med­i­cal tech­ni­cians and other first re­spon­ders chan­nel­ing their in­ner pop stars as they lip-sync on video to a va­ri­ety of hit songs. Cedric the En­ter­tainer hosts the spe­cial, with the ul­ti­mate win­ner — se­lected by on­line viewer vot­ing — an­nounced live dur­ing the broad­cast.

9 p.m. on HGTV A Very Brady Ren­o­va­tion

The six sur­viv­ing orig­i­nal cast mem­bers of “The Brady Bunch” — Barry Wil­liams (Greg), Mau­reen Mc­Cormick (Mar­cia), Christo­pher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookin­land (Bobby) and Su­san Olsen (Cindy) — team with home makeover su­per­stars on a fan­tasy project: tak­ing the split-level ranch-style res­i­dence in North Hol­ly­wood, Calif., that stood in for the Brady home ex­te­rior in the show’s open­ing credits and trans­form­ing it into a twin of that site, in­clud­ing the in­te­rior and fur­nish­ings. Jonathan and Drew Scott are among the ex­perts lend­ing a hand.

9 p.m. on HBO The Deuce

There’s been another time jump, this time to 1985, as this gritty drama from David Si­mon and Ge­orge Pele­canos opens its third and fi­nal season with “The Cam­era Loves You.” The home video rev­o­lu­tion is reach­ing its height, with VHS re­plac­ing film as the pre­ferred porn medium. A wornout Vin­cent (James Franco) — his re­la­tion­ship with Abby (Mar­garita Le­vieva) now run­ning on fumes — re­con­nects with his ex-wife, An­drea (Zoe Kazan). Else­where, Candy and Har­vey (Mag­gie Gyl­len­haal, David Krumholtz) clash over how to nav­i­gate a fast-chang­ing fu­ture.

TUES­DAY 6 p.m. on ID Web of Lies

In a vari­a­tion on a sadly fa­mil­iar sce­nario, an ambitious 12-year-old singer looks for quick fame on­line by post­ing per­for­mance videos in the new episode “We­b­cam of Lies.” She’s thrilled, then, when she quickly at­tracts a fol­low­ing of many ad­mir­ers, all of them strangers. Naively, she soon falls for a boy who flat­ters her, but her dream turns into a night­mare after a shock­ing photo is shared on­line.

7 p.m. on CNBC Cash Pad

JoJo Fletcher and her fi­ancé, Jor­dan Rodgers — who met on Season 12 of “The Bach­e­lorette” — wrap up the first season of their new re­al­ity se­ries, which has in­tro­duced them to a new au­di­ence in the con­text of their busi­ness re­la­tion­ship as house flip­pers. The fi­nale, “Austin Boho Bun­ga­low,” finds the cou­ple try­ing to help a pair of new­ly­weds who are look­ing for help up­dat­ing a run­down granny flat in the Great Hills area of Austin, Texas.

9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH First Re­spon­ders Live

Pretty much any episode of this high­oc­tane re­al­ity se­ries, which fol­lows fear­less teams of first re­spon­ders across the coun­try as they han­dle one life-or-death sit­u­a­tion after another, packs the same punch as a pow­er­house season fi­nale on a scripted se­ries. For the record though, tonight’s white-knuckle ac­tion marks the Season 1 fi­nale of this ad­dic­tive se­ries from mega-pro­ducer Dick Wolf (all those “Law & Or­der” le­gal dra­mas). Josh El­liott is the host.

9 p.m. on MTV Ghosted: Love Gone Miss­ing

Rachel Lind­say, star of Season 13 of “The Bach­e­lorette,” and record­ing artist Travis Mills team up to help dis­traught guests who are seeking to find clo­sure with some­one who in­ex­pli­ca­bly cut off com­mu­ni­ca­tion and van­ished with­out ex­pla­na­tion from their lives in this new un­scripted se­ries, which pre­mieres tonight with two back-to-back episodes. That act of slam­ming the door on a re­la­tion­ship, com­monly called “ghost­ing,” leaves those on the re­ceiv­ing end with un­fin­ished emo­tional busi­ness, but Lind­say and Mills help such vic­tims find and con­front the guilty party.

10 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Front­line

Two years in the mak­ing, a new episode called “Flint’s Deadly Wa­ter” ex­am­ines an on­go­ing Amer­i­can health emer­gency that started dur­ing a 2014-15 out­break of Le­gion­naire’s dis­ease in this pre­dom­i­nantly black Michi­gan city. Nearly 100 peo­ple be­came sick dur­ing that pe­riod, and some of them died. In 2019, lo­cals still rely on bot­tled wa­ter for their needs as their sit­u­a­tion is stalled by par­ti­san fin­ger-point­ing over where the blame lies.

10 p.m. on OWN Green­leaf

Racked with in­de­ci­sion, Grace (Merle Dan­dridge) is forced to walk a tightrope re­gard­ing her se­cret, even as she also is strug­gling to make her way through a bit­ter power strug­gle with Phil (Sean Blake­more) at Cal­vary in the new episode “Did I Lose You?.” Else­where, the Bishop (Keith David) dis­cov­ers some­thing about a ri­val that could help him win back Mae (Lynn Whit­field) as well as the en­tire church.

WEDNESDAY 9 p.m. on 26.1 KMPH BH90210

The line be­tween real life and reel life has kept get­ting blur­rier in this quasi-re­boot of a drama that was one of Fox’s ear­li­est flag­ship se­ries, and it seems likely art will im­i­tate life yet again in the Season 1 fi­nale, “The Long Wait” — a ti­tle that refers to the show’s cast mem­bers wait­ing to hear whether the net­work is pick­ing up their show for Season 2. As of this writ­ing, Fox hasn’t shared its de­ci­sion.

9 p.m. on HIST 9/11: In­side Air Force One

This new two-hour doc­u­men­tary takes view­ers aboard Air Force

One — as well as into cock­pits, com­mand cen­ters and un­der­ground bunkers across the United States — to re­cap­ture the chaotic ac­tiv­ity on one of the most ter­ri­fy­ing days in Amer­i­can his­tory. The film in­cludes in­ter­views with former President Ge­orge W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, as well as ex-chief of staff Andy Card and the pi­lot of Air Force One. What emerges is an ac­count of that day as viewed by Amer­i­can lead­ers and mem­bers who were in the chain of com­mand.

9 p.m. on HBO

In the Shadow of the Tow­ers: Stuyvesant High on 9/11

When New York’s World Trade Cen­ter was at­tacked in the ter­ror­ist at­tacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the teenage stu­dents at nearby Stuyvesant High School found them­selves be­ing evac­u­ated from their class­rooms and faced with a har­row­ing jour­ney home that led through a dan­ger zone choked by debris. Through a se­ries of in­ti­mate in­ter­views with those nowadult sur­vivors, many of them from im­mi­grant fam­i­lies, film­maker Amy Schatz re­veals what it felt like to be a young per­son near Ground Zero on that fate­ful day.

10 p.m. on FX Snow­fall

In the Season 3 fi­nale, “Other Lives,” Franklin (Dam­son Idris) de­cides it’s time for him to walk a dif­fer­ent path in his life, while daily ex­is­tence for those liv­ing in South Cen­tral Los An­ge­les starts to change for­ever. That chap­ter-end­ing note sets the tone for Season 4, which FX re­cently green­lit. The show — which re­mains among the ca­ble net­work’s top per­form­ers — has weath­ered the un­timely loss last April of co-creator John Sin­gle­ton, who died of a stroke at age 51.

11 p.m. on NGEO 9/11: Con­trol the Skies

Dozens of films and doc­u­men­taries have re­called the 9/11 ter­ror at­tacks, but this new one-hour spe­cial ex­am­ines an el­e­ment of that tragic day that has re­ceived rel­a­tively scant at­ten­tion. On the morn­ing of Sept. 11, 2001, after the four ter­ror­ist at­tacks had hap­pened, there were 500 planes in the air over the North Atlantic. Chill­ingly, no one knew whether any of those other planes had been hi­jacked by ter­ror­ists who were about to com­mit fur­ther acts of de­struc­tion, so of­fi­cial ef­forts be­gan to — as the ti­tle sug­gests — con­trol the skies.

THURSDAY 5 p.m. on 30.1 KFSN ABC News Demo­cratic Candidates De­bate

From Texas South­ern Univer­sity’s Health and P.E. Arena in Hous­ton, the qual­i­fy­ing candidates for the Demo­cratic Party’s pres­i­den­tial nom­i­na­tion swap view­points on gun con­trol, cli­mate change, health care and other hot-but­ton top­ics in this, the third in a se­ries of na­tion­ally tele­vised de­bates. Mod­er­at­ing the three-hour pro­ceed­ings will be ABC News chief an­chor Ge­orge Stephanopo­u­los, “World News Tonight” an­chor David Muir, net­work cor­re­spon­dent Lin­sey Davis and Univi­sion an­chor Jorge Ramos.

9 p.m. on HIST Ax Men

In “Un­teth­ered,” the Season 10 fi­nale, Ja­son Ry­gaard races to fin­ish clear­ing a hill­side in time to fill four log­ging trucks. Else­where, Jay R. Hark­ness takes his life in his hands quite literally as he fights des­per­ately to con­trol the un­teth­ered Tiger­cat on a steep, snow-cov­ered moun­tain­side. Mean­while, Buck­ing Billy and his son Ho­gan bat­tle a for­est of hang-ups and widow-mak­ers, and Mike Pihl and his son Danny con­front a dev­as­tat­ing loss.

10 p.m. on FOOD Beat Bobby Flay

Talk show host Seth Meyers (“Late Night With Seth Meyers”) and

Iron Chef Michael Sy­mon think chef Bobby Flay is over­due for a les­son in hu­mil­ity as this hit culi­nary com­pe­ti­tion opens Season 22 with a premiere called “It’s Gonna Be a Late Night.” First, though, they must de­cide which challenger will take Bobby on: kitchen wizard Lamar Moore from the South Side of Chicago, or chef Car­rie Baird, known to some as the “Queen of Toast.”

10 p.m. on FX Mr In­be­tween

Se­ries creator and star Scott Ryan re­turns for Season 2 of this crit­i­cally ac­claimed sit­com from Aus­tralia, but if you think the life of his char­ac­ter — crim­i­nal-for-hire Ray Shoe­smith — is likely to be any more man­age­able, think again. On top of the ex­pected du­ties that come with be­ing a sin­gle dad to daugh­ter Brittany (Chika Ya­sumura) and pro­vid­ing care for his sick brother Bruce (Nicholas Cas­sim), Ray’s also try­ing not to screw up a promis­ing new ro­mance with para­medic Ally (Brooke Satch­well).

FRI­DAY 8 p.m. on LIFEMOV Movie: Dat­ing a So­ciopath

If it’s true that trou­ble comes in threes, poor Jane (Han­nah Van­den­by­gaart) had bet­ter watch her back in this 2019 melo­drama. She’s re­cently gone through two dev­as­tat­ing ex­pe­ri­ences, the trauma of see­ing her par­ents’ long mar­riage col­lapse, fol­lowed by her own near-fa­tal car ac­ci­dent. Now, as she re­cov­ers from her in­juries, Jane starts to fret that Mom’s new boyfriend seems a lit­tle too charm­ing to be real. Jes­salyn Gil­sig and Jon Cor also star.

9 p.m. on 18.1 KVPT Amer­i­can Masters

He’s best-known to mil­lions for his dead­pan movie work as Gomez Ad­dams in “The Ad­dams Fam­ily” and its se­quel “Ad­dams Fam­ily Val­ues,” but Broad­way play­go­ers knew Raul Julia as a ris­ing superstar of the Amer­i­can theater. In the new “Raul Julia: The World’s a Stage,” Ben DeJe­sus of­fers a warm and in­sight­ful por­trait of the Puerto Rico-born thes­pian, who was only 54 when he died fol­low­ing a 1994 stroke. In­ter­views in­clude such col­leagues as An­jel­ica Hus­ton, Rita Moreno, Ed­ward James Ol­mos and James Earl Jones.

9 p.m. on 59.1 KFRE Peak­ing

This new half-hour docu-se­ries — which pre­mieres tonight with two back-to-back episodes — presents in­ti­mate, sur­pris­ingly can­did por­traits of ath­letes, told in their own words and ex­pe­ri­enced from their per­spec­tive dur­ing the 72-hour pe­riod im­me­di­ately be­fore, dur­ing and after a land­mark event in their ca­reers. The opener fo­cuses on su­per­cross star James Ste­wart as he pre­pares to make his comeback after be­ing banned from com­pe­ti­tion for 16 months. Im­me­di­ately fol­low­ing that, Swedish cross-coun­try moun­tain bike rider Jenny Rissveds re­flects on her first race on the big stage.

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

Host Guy Fieri goes search­ing high and low for taste-bud tick­lers from across the spec­trum in the new episode “Far-Flung Fla­vor,” which starts at a Mid­dle Eastern eatery of­fer­ing juicy shawarma and salmon sou­vlaki in Santa Fe, N.M. Kansas City, Mo., is home to a funky spot that serves up some ou­tra­geously tasty Scan­di­na­vian spe­cial­ties, while a fam­ily-run tor­tilla fac­tory in El Paso, Texas, spe­cial­izes in first-rate tamales and tosta­dos.

9 p.m. on SHOW Mur­der in the Bayou

In this new five-part true-crime do­cuseries, film­maker Matthew Galkin re­vis­its the still-un­solved mur­ders of eight women whose bod­ies were dis­cov­ered in drainage canals and ru­ral ar­eas around small-town Jennings, La., be­tween 2005 and 2009. The sub­se­quent in­ves­ti­ga­tion even­tu­ally re­vealed that all of the vic­tims had be­come ca­su­al­ties of a vi­o­lent sex and drug trade, and also un­cov­ered long-hid­den se­crets wait­ing just be­low the sur­face of the seem­ingly placid com­mu­nity.

11 p.m. on HBO Room 104

From the fer­tile imag­i­na­tions of sib­ling writer-di­rec­tors Mark and Jay Du­plass, this quirky an­thol­ogy se­ries — in which each episode re­volves around char­ac­ters who pass through the same room at a generic Amer­i­can chain mo­tel — opens Season 3 with a premiere called “The Plot.” Luke Wil­son and Christine Woods (“Brock­mire”) star as an es­tranged brother and sister who re­con­nect at the site of their fu­ture joint in­vest­ment. Ma­con Blair wrote and di­rected this episode.

SATUR­DAY 8 p.m. on HBO Movie: Wel­come to Mar­wen

Os­car-win­ning di­rec­tor Robert Ze­meckis brought his trade­mark vis­ual wiz­ardry to this de­cid­edly odd 2018 drama which, nev­er­the­less, is based on a true story. Steve Carell stars as Mark Ho­gan­scamp, who cre­ates a model vil­lage (named Mar­wen) peo­pled by fash­ion dolls as a means of coping with acute mem­ory loss and dev­as­tat­ing post­trau­matic stress dis­or­der after he suf­fers a bru­tal as­sault by a gang of white su­prem­a­cists. Les­lie Mann, Diane Kruger, Mer­ritt Wever, Janelle Monae and Gwen­do­line Christie also star.

8 p.m. on STARZ Movie: A Dog’s Way Home

Ac­tor-di­rec­tor Charles Martin Smith (“Never Cry Wolf”) helmed this heart­warm­ing 2019 adap­ta­tion of a novel by W. Bruce Cameron, who co-wrote the screen­play. The fam­i­lyfriendly yarn fol­lows the ad­ven­tures of Bella, a pup who trav­els more than 400 miles from New Mex­ico to Den­ver to find her owner (Jonah Hauer-King) after they’re sep­a­rated. In a nos­tal­gic nod, Bella’s voice is pro­vided by Bryce Dal­las Howard, whose dad Ron starred with Smith in the 1973 block­buster “Amer­i­can Graf­fiti.” Ash­ley Judd and Ed­ward James Ol­mos also star.

9 p.m. on HALL Movie: For­ever in My Heart

Hav­ing re­cently be­come en­gaged, Jenna Mur­phy (Mer­ritt Pat­ter­son) is on a busi­ness trip when she de­cides to visit a fam­ily-run inn in Ire­land where she worked a few years ear­lier. The cozy op­er­a­tion in the beau­ti­ful Ir­ish coun­try­side starts to feel like home to her once again, and she’s un­pre­pared for how strongly drawn she is to her old flame there, Char­lie O’Han­lon (Jack Turner). Soon, she feels torn be­tween two pos­si­ble fu­tures for her­self in this 2019 ro­mance.

9 p.m. on OWN Love & Mar­riage: Huntsville

In a new episode called “Martell It Like It Is,” Martell de­cides to move up­stairs as part of a des­per­ate bid to save his mar­riage, while Melody does her best to keep up ap­pear­ances at a photo shoot. Else­where, Mau­rice is fo­cused al­most en­tirely on mov­ing his son to Huntsville, and Marsau takes Latisha into his con­fi­dence con­cern­ing the ru­mor Martell is spread­ing ... namely, that Marsau has no fewer than 20 girl­friends.

11:30 p.m. on FREE Movie: Pete’s Dragon

For this 2016 live-ac­tion re-imag­in­ing of a 1977 Walt Dis­ney mu­si­cal fan­tasy that orig­i­nally blended live ac­tion and an­i­ma­tion, di­rec­tor David Low­ery cast young Oakes Fe­g­ley as Pete Healy, an or­phan liv­ing by his wits in the wilds of the Pa­cific North­west with only a (some­times in­vis­i­ble) dragon named El­liot (voiced by John Kas­sir) as a com­pan­ion. Bryce Dal­las Howard stars as a com­pas­sion­ate for­est ranger who be­friends Pete; the cast also fea­tures Wes Bent­ley, Karl Ur­ban, Oona Lau­rence and Robert Red­ford.

Rachel Lind­say and Travis Mills star in “Ghosted: Love Gone Miss­ing ” Tues­day on MTV.

Les­ley Stahl in­ter­views soon-to-re­tire cor­re­spon­dent Steve Kroft on “60 Min­utes” Sun­day on CBS.

Cedric the En­ter­tainer hosts “Lip Sync to the Res­cue” Mon­day on CBS.

Billy Ray Smith stars in “Ax Men” Thursday on His­tory.

“9/11: In­side Air Force One” airs Wednesday on His­tory.

Luke Wil­son stars in “Room 104” Fri­day on HBO.

Bryce Dal­las Howard stars in “Pete’s Dragon” Satur­day on Freeform.

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