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SUN­DAY

Cos­mos: A Spacetime Odyssey 9-10 p.m., WFLX

If any­one can step into the shoes of Carl Sa­gan, it’s Neil deGrasse Tyson. The ami­able as­tro­physi­cist guides view­ers through space and time in this im­pres­sive reimag­in­ing of Sa­gan’s early-1980s se­ries. Spe­cial ef­fects have come a long way since then, and the vi­su­als are noth­ing short of spec­tac­u­lar. The pre­miere episode profiles 16th-century friar Gior­dano Bruno, burned as a heretic for sug­gest­ing that the sun was a mere star. Res­ur­rec­tion 9-10:01 p.m., WPBF, WPLG

A lit­tle boy (Lan­don Gimenez) who mys­te­ri­ously sur­faces in China bears an eerie re­sem­blance to a Mis­souri young­ster who died 30 years ago. And we don’t mean just a phys­i­cal re­sem­blance; he knows his par­ents and all the de­tails of his death. Frances Fisher and Kurt­wood Smith also star in this spooky new se­ries.

MON­DAY

Switched at Birth 8-9 p.m., FAM­ILY

Daphne (Katie Le­clerc) helps An­gelo (Gilles Marini) at the clinic fundraiser. Bay (Vanessa Marano) tries to deal with Mary­Beth’s (B.K. Can­non) feel­ings to­ward Tank (Max Adler). Kathryn (Lea Thomp­son) hopes to get some fod­der for her book from one of John’s (D.W. Mof­fett) old base­ball col­leagues in the new episode The Past (For­got­ten-Swal­lowed). Be­lieve 10:01-11 p.m., WPTV, WTVJ

A 10-year-old girl named Bo (Johnny Se­quoyah) with ex­tra­or­di­nary pow­ers is at the cen­ter of this new drama se­ries. Since she doesn’t have to­tal con­trol of her abil­i­ties yet, and there are those who want to use her for evil ends, she’s as­signed a guardian, a for­mer death-row pris­oner named Tate (Jake McLaugh­lin) to keep her safe.

TUES­DAY

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 8-9:01 p.m., WPBF, WPLG

When Lorelei (Elena Sa­tine), a dan­ger­ous se­duc­tress who has es­caped from As­gard, at­tacks Coul­son (Clark Gregg) and his team, Thor’s Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexan­der) comes to their res­cue in the new episode Yes Men. MingNa Wen, Brett Dal­ton and Chloe Ben­net also star. The Orig­i­nals 8-9 p.m., WTVX, WSFL

Eli­jah (Daniel Gil­lies) de­fies Klaus (Joseph Mor­gan) to pro­tect Re­bekah (Claire Holt) when a witch’s spell traps the three of them in the City of the Dead ceme­tery. He in­ter­rupts their bick­er­ing by re­veal­ing a se­cret from the fam­ily’s past. Mar­cel (Charles Michael Davis) is forced into a deal with Genevieve (El­yse Levesque) in his quest to free Re­bekah. Phoebe Tonkin also stars in the new episode Farewell to Sto­ryville.

WED­NES­DAY

Revo­lu­tion 8-9 p.m., WPTV, WTVJ

Mon­roe, Char­lie and Con­nor (David Lyons, Tracy Spiri­dakos, Mat Vairo) re­turn to Wil­loughby and dis­cover the Pa­tri­ots’ re-ed­u­ca­tion cen­ter is in oper­a­tion. Miles and Rachel (Billy Burke, El­iz­a­beth Mitchell) dis­agree on how far they’re will­ing to go to take down the Pa­tri­ots af­ter an en­counter with two cadets from the cen­ter in the new episode Ex­po­si­tion Boule­vard. The Amer­i­cans 10-11 p.m., FX

Philip (Matthew Rhys) grows more con­cerned about El­iz­a­beth’s (Keri Rus­sell) readi­ness for ac­tion af­ter they com­plete a mis­sion with com­pli­ca­tions. Stan (Noah Em­merich) earns praise at work for track­ing the KGB walk-in and be­comes more at­tached to Nina (An­net Ma­hen­dru). Paige (Holly Tay­lor) digs into her mother’s fam­ily back­ground in the new episode The Walk In.

THURS­DAY

Once Upon a Time in Won­der­land 8-9 p.m., WPBF, WPLG

Cyrus (Peter Ga­diot) flashes back to the events that left his mother near death and forced him and his broth­ers into a costly de­ci­sion. Af­ter split­ting from Cyrus and Alice (Sophie Lowe), the Knave and the Red Queen (Michael Socha, Emma Rigby) find them­selves face to face with the Jab­ber­wocky in the new episode Dirty Lit­tle Se­crets. Hol­ly­wood Game Night 9:01-10 p.m., WPTV, WTVJ

Franklin & Bash costars Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gos­se­laar are among the celebri­ties com­pet­ing in unique party games in this new episode. Join­ing them and the two non­celebrity team cap­tains are Ali­son Sweeney ( The Big­gest Loser), An­gela Kin­sey ( The Of­fice), Taraji P. Hen­son ( Per­son of In­ter­est) and Fred Wil­lard ( Mod­ern Fam­ily).

FRI­DAY

Last Man Stand­ing 8-8:31 p.m., WPBF, WPLG

Eve (Kait­lyn Dever) gets picked on at school af­ter post­ing one of Mike’s (Tim Allen) po­lit­i­cally out­spo­ken video blogs on her Face­book page. Vanessa (Nancy Travis) wor­ries about the ef­fect on her daugh­ter’s so­cial life, but Mike in­sists it’s im­por­tant to stand up for one’s be­liefs. The Bax­ters get in trou­ble with the po­lice of­fi­cer who’s started pa­trolling the neigh­bor­hood in All About Eve. Ban­shee 10-11 p.m., CINE­MAX

In the sea­son fi­nale, Lu­cas and Car­rie (Antony Starr, Ivana Mil­ice­vic) pre­pare for the fight of their lives against Rab­bit (Ben Cross) and his soldiers. Proc­tor’s (Ul­rich Thom­sen) re­turn to Ban­shee has Re­becca (Lili Sim­mons) striv­ing to prove her al­le­giance in Bul­lets and Tears.

SATUR­DAY

Sum­mer Dreams 8-10 p.m., WPEC, WFOR

This new doc­u­men­tary takes view­ers be­hind the scenes of the NBA’s Sum­mer League, an an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion event where rook­ies and un­signed play­ers show coaches and team man­agers what they can do on the court. Two rook­ies — Michael Carter Wil­liams of Philadel­phia 76ers and Shane Larkin of the Dal­las Mav­er­icks — are promi­nently fea­tured. Movie: The Grim Sleeper: 8-10 p.m., LIFE­TIME

Based on a true story, this new docu­d­rama stars Dreama Walker as re­porter Chris­tine Pelisek, who con­nects the dots in dozens of un­solved Los Angeles mur­ders and de­ter­mines they’re the work of one killer. Ernie Hud­son and Michael O’Neill also star, with singer Macy Gray as the killer’s sole sur­viv­ing would-be vic­tim.

David Lyons “Revo­lu­tion”

Lan­don Gimenez “Res­ur­rec­tion”

Katie Le­clerc “Switched at Birth”

Daniel Gil­lies “The Orig­i­nals”

Mark-Paul Gos­se­laar “Hol­ly­wood Game Night”

Kait­lyn Dever “Last Man Stand­ing”

Shane Larkin “Sum­mer Dreams”

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