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Teen Choice 2019 (live event) (8-10 pm, Fox)
Feel the sand under your toes as the surfboards hit the beach, when TEEN
CHOICE 2019(TM) airs LIVE from Hermosa Beach on FOX. The two-hour event
will honor the year's best films, most loved TV shows and fiercest
music, as well as the top moments in fashion, digital and comedy, with
the coveted TEEN CHOICE Surfboard Awards.
The Walking Dead: Season 10 Preview Special (special)
(8 pm, AMC)
Season 10 premieres on Oct. 6.
Fear the Walking Dead (season 5 returns from hiatus) (9
Eight episodes; runs through Sept. 29.
Claws (season 3 finale) (9 pm, TNT)
Grantchester (season 4 finale; renewed for season 5) (9
Instinct (special time) (9 and 10 pm, two episodes, CBS)
Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: An Inheritance to Die For (movie)
(9 pm, Hallmark M&M)
Sally Allison’s (Lexa Doig) aunt is poisoned during a family wedding
reception and Aurora Teagarden (Bure) vows to get to the bottom of the
crime, especially when her mother, a friend of the dead woman, stands to
inherit the bulk of the massive estate. With help from her new beau Nick
(Matter) and her Real Murders Club regulars, Roe won’t stop until she
brings the killer to justice...or dies trying. Starring Candace Cameron
Bure, Niall Matter and Marilu Henner.
Succession (season 2 premiere) (9 pm, HBO)
Beginning where season one dramatically left off, season two of this
series follows the members of the Roy family as they struggle to retain
control of their empire, and while the future looks increasingly
uncertain, it is the past that threatens to ultimately destroy them.
Curse of Akalor [new] (9 pm, Facebook Watch)
In the Amazon, six investigators hunt for a city of gold and the answer
to a chilling question: why do so many who chase the Akakor legend vanish?
The Food That Built America [new; documentary miniseries]
(9 pm, History)
History's new three-part nonfiction miniseries tells the incredible
stories of innovation and rivalries behind food industry tycoons Milton
Hershey, John and Will Kellogg, Henry Heinz, C.W. Post, the McDonald
brothers and more. Many people know the products, but few know the
stories of everlasting grit and determination that made these names the
household brands that America knows and loves. "The Food That Built
America" will air on HISTORY on consecutive nights with parts two and
three debuting on August 12 and 13, respectively, both at 9 pm ET/PT.
Robin Williams: When the Laughter Stops (special)
(9 pm, Reelz)
Strange World [new] (10 pm, Travel)
Independent filmmaker Christopher Garetano, whose award-winning film
"Montauk Chronicles" inspired the hit show "Stranger Things," has spent
a lifetime searching for the truth behind some of America's most unusual
stories. Now, he begins a boots-on-the-ground investigation into the
legends, mysteries and first-person accounts that fuel this country's
creepiest conspiracy theories and unexplained occurrences in the new
Travel Channel series, "Strange World." Over the course of eight
hour-long episodes, Garetano will immerse himself in a world of the
weird and bizarre, exploring everything from the alleged curse of James
Dean's death car, Little Bastard, to the extraordinary and unexplained
disappearances on California's Mount Shasta, to the legend of Polybius,
a 1980's arcade game supposedly created as a mind-control experiment
Talking Dead: Fear Edition (returns from hiatus)
(11:07 pm, AMC)
The next episode is scheduled for Sept. 29 to accompany the season 5
finale of Fear.
Squidbillies (season 12 premiere) (midnight,
Tomorrow's advance notes
Kids Baking Championship (season 7 premiere) (8 and 9
pm, two episodes, Food Network)
Regular time is 9 pm.
Extreme Measures (season 2 premiere) (9 pm,
These are the incredible stories of real people taking EXTREME MEASURES
to solve the murder of a loved one. Those tormented by the past do
everything the investigation requires from wearing a wire to turning on
a family member to going places the police don't dare to explore.
Though, while desperate for closure, they sometimes discover the facts
can be just as damaging as the crime itself.
Family Pictures (documentary miniseries) (9 pm, PBS)
PBS will round out its summer lineup with a new three-part series,
FAMILY PICTURES USA (Monday, August 12, 9:00 p.m. ET and Tuesday, August
13, 8:00 - 10:00 p.m. ET), which explores American cities, towns and
rural communities through the lens of the family photo album.
Our Boys (miniseries) (9 and 10 pm, two episodes, HBO
Ten-part series based on true events examines the repercussions of a
pair of tragic events occurring near the Israel-Gaza border in 2014.
Regular time is 9 pm through Sept. 2, moving to 10 pm on Sept. 9.
The Terror: Infamy (season 2 premiere) (9 pm, AMC)
The second season of AMC's horror anthology is set in a
Japanese-American internment camp during WWII. (And,
Featuring a cast and crew with deep-rooted connections to WWII, the
internment of Japanese Americans and the aftermath in Hiroshima, The
Terror: Infamy centers on a series of bizarre deaths that haunt a
Japanese American community, and a young man's journey to understand and
combat the malevolent entity responsible. The series stars Derek Mio as
Chester Nakayama; Kiki Sukezane (Lost in Space) as Yuko, a mysterious
woman from Chester's past; Cristina Rodlo (Miss Bala) as Luz, Chester's
secret girlfriend; Shingo Usami (Unbroken) as Henry Nakayama, Chester's
father; Naoko Mori (Everest) as Asako Nakayama, Chester's mother; Miki
Ishikawa (9-1-1) as Amy, a Nakayama family friend; and renowned actor,
producer, author and activist George Takei (Star Trek) as Yamato-san, a
community elder and former fishing captain. Takei also serves as a
consultant. With all new faces on both sides of the camera, the only
thing that Infamy really shares with season one is a portion of its
title and Ridley Scott as a producer. 10 episodes.
https://www.metacritic.com/tv/the-terror/season-2 [Metacritic score 82]
Lodge 49 (season 2 premiere) (10 pm, AMC)
Dud believes what the fraternal order needs is a new leader in the
second season of the Jim Gavin dramedy. Tonight's episode starts at
Legion (season 3 and series finale) (10 pm, FX)
American Greed (season 13 premiere) (10 pm, CNBC)
Twisted Sisters (season 2 premiere) (10 pm,
Straight Up Steve Austin [new] (11 pm, USA)
A unique interview-based seven half-hour-episode series hosted by
retired WWE legend "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.