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FRIDAY MAY 15, 2015

The Amazing Race
8 p.m. on CBS

The concluding hour of the show's 26th edition starts in Peru, but it ends up back on American turf ... in Dallas, specifically, where the remaining contestants have to get to the very top of AT&T Stadium. Whenever one reaches great heights, it's a long way down - as the teams find later when they must rappel down the Reunion Tower. A cattle ranch also is on the itinerary en route to the $1 million prize claimed by the winners. Phil Keoghan hosts.

Grimm
8 p.m. on NBC

Revenge is the motivator for Nick (David Giuntoli) in the season finale "Cry Havoc," with the Royals the principal targets of his wrath. He's assisted by Trubel (guest star Jacqueline Toboni) in his effort to even the score. Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) has her own dark trail to go down, particularly given her new partnership. Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner, Reggie Lee and Claire Coffee also star.

Shark Tank
8 p.m. on ABC

GoPro founder and CEO Nick Woodman returns to the program as a guest Shark in this sixth-season finale. A rescue-pet concept that factors in a cafe is pitched by a woman from Boca Raton, Fla., while a toy that's really more than a toy is on the mind of another entrepreneur. That innovator - from Lake Forest, Calif. - presents an all-electric vehicle that goes an actual motorcycle one better in terms of being maneuverable. Updates on earlier ideas also are included.

Scream 2
8 p.m. on FOX

The release of a movie on the Woodsboro murders sparks a new round of killings - starting right in the theater. Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Liev Schreiber reprised their "Scream" roles for this first sequel, which won critical praise upon its 1997 release for combining satire and scare as deftly as the original. Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jerry O'Connell also star, and director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson also returned.

Cedric's Barber Battle
8 p.m. on CW

Los Angeles still has more than its fair share of barbershops, so the City of Angels is a likely place to set one of the installments of this competition. The new episode "LA" finds host Cedric the Entertainer showcasing the talents of several creators of "hair sculptures" who hail from San Francisco, Cleveland and Montreal. Look for their designs (atop other's heads) to reflect their native environments in one way or another.

21 Years: Richard Linklater
8 p.m. on SHOW

Animated sequences and interviews with colleagues Matthew McConaughey, Ethan Hawke, Billy Bob Thornton, Jason Reitman and others help illuminate a candid and unfiltered survey of the career of groundbreaking director Richard Linklater ("Boyhood") in this 2014 documentary. Frequent leading lady Julie Delpy, Jack Black and Keanu Reeves also share their perspective on the director some call "the godfather of indie."

Chimes at Midnight
8 p.m. on TCM

Orson Welles spent much of his professional life obsessed with the Shakespearean role of Sir John Falstaff, and he considered this 1966 film, which he also wrote and directed, the best of his career. Initially dismissed by critics, this moving study of Prince Hal's (Keith Baxter) betrayal of Falstaff (Welles), his former mentor, is now regarded as a masterpiece. John Gielgud, Jeanne Moreau and Margaret Rutherford also star. Welles' 1952 adaptation of the Bard's "Othello" immediately follows.

Cold Justice
8 p.m. on TNT

The cable drama "Justified," a crime drama set in Kentucky, recently concluded its long run on FX, but a new episode of this unscripted series, "Beloved Doctor," serves as a reminder that sometimes truth is stranger - and bloodier - than fiction. Kelly Siegler and Yolanda McClary travel to Paducah, Ky., to investigate the shocking cold case of a popular local doctor who was savagely murdered and then set on fire in his kitchen.

Whose Line Is It Anyway?
8:30 p.m. on CW

Scott Porter displayed a nice sense of humor during his run on "Hart of Dixie" - more than he generally was able to on "Friday Night Lights" - and he gives it a different application as a guest star in this new episode. He joins Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles to engage in improv comedy suggested by the studio audience. So does another guest who appeared regularly on this show's earlier incarnations, Greg Proops. Aisha Tyler is the host.

ACM Presents: Superstar Duets
9 p.m. on CBS

Many of the talents who performed on last month's 50th Academy of Country Music Awards also appear - in teamings, as the title indicates - in this new special that was taped the same weekend at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. Among the pairings to expect: Luke Bryan and Ronnie Milsap; Reba McEntire with the newly reunited Brooks & Dunn (with whom she'll also do several Las Vegas concerts later this year); and Miranda Lambert and Patty Loveless.

Beyond the Tank
9 p.m. on ABC

The last scheduled episode of this "Shark Tank" companion series finds Kevin O'Leary checking up on a designer-meal-at-home online business that Mark Cuban initially pursued, then let go. O'Leary fears that may have been the right move when he goes to the New York operation and is less than impressed by what he finds. Cuban goes to Georgia to see how a website he invested in is progressing, but he also ends up with reservations about it.

American Masters
9 p.m. on PBS

The 75th anniversary of a major factor of the dance world is marked by Ric Burns' new documentary "American Ballet Theatre: A History," a salute to the overall art form as well as to the New York-based company that has kept it thriving for so long. Major names in the retrospective include Mikhail Baryshnikov and choreographers George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins and Twyla Tharp. Current ABT members such as Misty Copeland offer their perspectives.

The Messengers
9 p.m. on CW

The identity of the seventh angel is a big part of the new episode "Eye in the Sky," directed by former "ER" co-star Eriq La Salle (who has done much behind-the-camera work on various series this season). The story also shows how "normal" activities have been impacted by the main characters' situation, since Erin's (Sofia Black-D'Elia) efforts to mark Amy's (guest star Madison Dellamea) birthday are jeopardized by the Messengers' ongoing mission.

Bitten
9 p.m. on SYFY

A mind-bending spell cast by Aleister (Sean Rogerson) forces Elena (Laura Vandervoort) into a desperate battle with her darkest fears and demons in a new episode called "Nine Circles." Elsewhere, Rachael (Genelle Williams) struggles to come to terms with the truth about Logan's (Michael Xavier) identity as she is trapped in a cage with him, and Paige and Clay (Tommie-Amber Pirie, Greyston Holt) try to put aside their differences long enough to focus on finding Aleister's compound.

Mysteries at the Museum
9 p.m. on TRAV

Host Donald Wildman samples a popular beverage that got turned into one of America's most explosive candies, then examines a pinball machine that represents one of the darkest hours in the history of the game, as well as a flare stick that guided citizens of London through some very dark days in the new episode "Invention of Pop Rocks, Pinball Wizard, London Smog."

Lost Girl
10 p.m. on SYFY

Bo (Anna Silk) goes under cover on a Fae dating website to track down the kidnapper of a missing oracle in the new episode "It's Your Lucky Fae." Meanwhile, bodies start disappearing from Lauren's (Zoie Palmer) office and a new threat emerges, one with legendary powers. As if that's not enough, a birthday present leads to unexpected consequences. Kris Holden-Ried also stars.

Mysteries at the National Parks
10 p.m. on TRAV

Is Joshua Tree National Park in California secretly ground zero for alien genetic experiments? It sounds like a conspiracy theory on steroids, yet accounts from people who claim to have witnessed a bigfoot-like creature, coupled with alleged UFO sightings in the area, are the focus of a new episode called "Ape Man and Aliens." Another new episode immediately follows.

loopdiver: The Journey of a Dance
10:30 p.m. on PBS

The foibles of ordinary life translate into an experimental dance work, as the award-winning international company Troika Ranch develops such a piece in this documentary. The theme of the work is that many people find themselves trapped in their circumstances, repeating behaviors and actions over and over. The dancers are seen transferring that into their work over a two-year period, resulting in emotional challenges along with the physical ones.

SATURDAY MAY 16, 2015

Dancing With the Stars
8 p.m. on ABC

With the winner of the 10th-year-anniversary mirrorball trophy about to be decided, a new "Road to the Finals" edition details the steps - literally - to getting there. Hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews present highlights of the Season 20 competition to date, which include such since-eliminated contestants as Suzanne Somers, Michael Sam and Patti LaBelle. Also noted: pro dancer Derek Hough's injury that impacted his teaming with Nastia Liukin.

Bessie
8 p.m. on HBO

Blues singer Bessie Smith (Queen Latifah) rises to fame in the 1920s to become a musical legend in this long-gestating musical biopic that has taken 22 years to reach the screen. Dee Rees co-wrote and directed this poignant yet lively film, which also features Academy Award winner Mo'Nique ("Precious") as Ma Rainey, another blues icon. The cast also includes Michael Kenneth Williams ("Boardwalk Empire"), Khandi Alexander ("Treme"), Charles S. Dutton, Mike Epps and Oliver Platt.

The Wrong Girl
8 p.m. on LIFE

The parents of Sophia (Sarah Grey), a model teenager and aspiring pianist, are encouraged when their painfully introverted daughter strikes up a friendship with a new student at her school. That friendship takes an unexpectedly dark turn, however, when the new girl starts to disrupt the lives of Sophia and her family, prompting Sophia to look into her friend's past to find a clue to this disturbing new behavior. Jamie Luner, Kirsten Prout and Nels Lennarson also star in this 2015 thriller.

The Red Shoes
8 p.m. on TCM

One of the most visually beautiful films ever made, this 1948 drama stars Scottish-born ballerina Moira Shearer as a dancer torn between her art and her new love: the composer of a ballet based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Red Shoes." That's the one about the girl whose magic shoes force her to dance until she drops dead. Nothing good can come of that, but the movie's centerpiece - the ballet itself - is worth the downer ending.

The Billboard Music Awards: An Insider's Guide
9 p.m. on ABC

The night before the big event, to be hosted by Ludacris and Chrissy Teigen, this new special offers a survey of the nominees. Taylor Swift and Sam Smith top the list in terms of number of award bids, with both in the running in eight categories including top artist, top digital songs artist and top radio artist. Ed Sheeran, Iggy Azalea, Meghan Trainor, Ariana Grande and One Direction also are among music stars well-represented in the various contests.

Iverson
9 p.m. on SHOW

This feature-length documentary, which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, takes an in-depth look at how 11-time NBA All-Star Allen Iverson sent shockwaves through the league and influenced an entire generation with his rejection of conventional NBA attitudes in favor of enthusiastically embracing hip-hop culture. In addition to Iverson himself, interviewees include TV newsman Tom Brokaw, coaches John Thompson and Larry Brown and NBA celebrity Dwyane Wade.

Saturday Night Live
10 p.m. on NBC

One of the show's most memorable episodes gets a replay - with some material deleted to fit this one-hour slot - as Betty White serves as guest host. The former "Golden Girl" got the job by popular demand in 2010, to her great astonishment, and she won an Emmy Award for showcasing her humorously saucy image amid the sort of humor this program specializes in. And if you don't think it's fun simply to hear her introduce musical guest Jay Z, think again.

Shark Tank
10 p.m. on ABC

The process of dating has come into the 21st century in many ways, and three San Francisco sisters hope the Sharks will back their approach to it in this episode. They introduce their app, intended to pair its users with friends of friends. Another entrepreneur from the "City by the Bay" presents his method for timely purchase delivery for online consumers. Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner are among the Sharks here.

Annabelle
10 p.m. on MAX

This 2014 prequel and spin-off of the 2013 supernatural smash "The Conjuring" overcame middling reviews to become a box office hit. The story, based on an account by paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, is an eerie tale in the vein of "Rosemary's Baby" that chronicles how members of a satanic cult invade the home of a man and his pregnant wife and turn a vintage doll into a conduit for ultimate evil. Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton and Alfre Woodard star.

The Dead Files
10 p.m. on TRAV

A terrified family who claims to be tormented by a dangerous entity summons Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan to Pittsburgh to investigate. Amy discovers that the residence that is ground zero for all the activity actually houses multiple spirits, including the malevolent entity she dubs "The Instigator." Steve, meanwhile, learns that the tragic life of the previous owner of the property included the death of multiple family members in the new episode "The Instigator - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."

SUNDAY MAY 17, 2015

America's Funniest Home Videos
7 p.m. on ABC

After 15 seasons as the program's host, Tom Bergeron signs off from the job with this final episode of the show's 25th round, largely taped at Southern California's Disneyland - an appropriate setting, given the nature of the show and the owner of the program's network. Bergeron will continue on "Dancing With the Stars," but here, the focus is on the long run he's had introducing viewers' videos of various foibles ... many of them showcasing kids and animals.

I Love Lucy Superstar Special
8 p.m. on CBS

After colorizing a couple of the classic sitcom's episodes for a Christmas special, CBS does it again with two more tales in this new offering. First, Lucy (Lucille Ball, of course) encounters Oscar-winning actor William Holden upon arriving in Hollywood in "L.A. at Last!" Then, she promises Little Ricky (Richard Keith) she'll get the Man of Steel to his birthday party in "Lucy and Superman" - and when she poses as the hero, she ends up stuck on a ledge.

2015 Billboard Music Awards
8 p.m. on ABC

Ludacris and Chrissy Teigen are the hosts of the music-industry magazine's annual honors at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Teigen isn't likely to be very objective when it comes to one of the nominees, and that's understandable - since John Legend is her husband. Among the show's scheduled highlights are performances by Legend, Britney Spears (with Iggy Azalea), Sam Smith, Kelly Clarkson, Ed Sheeran, Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas and Hozier.

Call the Midwife
8 p.m. on PBS

A deaf expectant mother (guest star Genevieve Barr) gets assistance from Trixie and Sister Mary Cynthia (Helen George, Bryony Hannah) as Season 4 of the drama concludes with "Episode 8." Dr. Turner (Stephen McGann) recommends thalidomide as a cure for a patient's morning sickness. Fred (Cliff Parisi) finds his daughter (Rosie Sansom) isn't very pleased about his marital plans. Patsy and Delia (Emerald Fennell, Kate Lamb) move into a flat together.

The Simpsons
8 p.m. on FOX

Lisa (voice of Yeardley Smith) sees an opportunity in "Mathlete's Foot," the finale of the animated comedy's 27th season. New technology suddenly goes haywire at Springfield Elementary, prompting Lisa to step in and change it into a different type of school. The mathletes get an unexpected new coach in Groundskeeper Willie (voice of Dan Castellaneta, who also voices Homer as usual). Julie Kavner and Nancy Cartwright also are in the voice cast.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Kandi's Ski Trip
8 p.m., 10 p.m. on BRAVO

In this new three-part special, in the wake of recent events such as the loss of Todd's mother, Sharon, he and Kandi decide they need a healing Burruss-Tucker family ski trip to Colorado. It doesn't take long, however, for them to realize that it's not terribly relaxing for newlyweds to try to blend their families while the couple is also trying to get pregnant together.

MLB Baseball
8 p.m. on ESPN

A clash of interleague contenders is on tap tonight at Busch Stadium, where Matt Holliday and the St. Louis Cardinals close out a three-game home series against Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers. Even without Adam Wainwright, lost for the year due to a ruptured Achilles tendon, the Cards boast one of the game's best pitching staffs, ranking first in team ERA. The Tigers, meanwhile, have a beast of a lineup that includes Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Yoenis Cespedes.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine
8:30 p.m. on FOX

Jake and Amy (Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero) get to know each other a lot better in "Johnny and Dora," the finale of the police comedy's second season. They're working undercover to apprehend an identity thief when the circumstances inspire a notable shift in their relationship. The whole precinct is surprised when a member decides to leave. Kyra Sedgwick and Nick Cannon reprise their guest roles. Andre Braugher and Terry Crews also star.

Battle Creek
9 p.m. on CBS

Determined to help a woman whose husband was a murder target, Milt (Josh Duhamel) tosses protocol to the wind - and takes illegal steps involving National Security Agency surveillance - in "The Hand-Off," the first of two new episodes. Then, in "Homecoming," the slaying of a football coach takes Milt and Russ (Dean Winters) back to school, literally. Annette O'Toole ("Smallville") guest stars in the second tale, directed by James Roday ("Psych").

A.D. The Bible Continues
9 p.m. on NBC

Peter (Adam Levy) is solidly in the sights of Saul (Emmett J. Scanlan), who has been ordered to target the disciples, in the new episode "The Visit." Though others try to evade the persecution that is following them, they continue to spread the teachings of Jesus along the routes they take in fleeing oppression. Pilate (Vincent Regan) stands in the judgment of the Roman Emperor as Jerusalem is devastated. Chipo Chung and Babou Alieu Ceesay also star.

Family Guy
9 p.m. on FOX

Peter (voice of Seth MacFarlane) is all for a vacation in the Bahamas that Lois (voice of Alex Borstein) has arranged - until he finds out that it's really a marriage-counseling session - as the animated comedy ends its 13th season with "Take My Life." While they're away, Carter (also voiced by MacFarlane) minds the chidren and tries to get them off electronic games and into old-school versions. Seth Green and Mila Kunis also are in the voice cast.

Blood, Sweat & Heels
9 p.m. on BRAVO

In the new episode "(Don't) Save the Date!," Mica invites her new guy over for an intimate get-together while Chantelle engages in a fast-paced blind date with a handsome bachelor. Greg's sharp comments bring Demetria to tears during the wedding cake tasting. Later, Demetria's fun comes to an end during a Hamptons weekend when she is forced to choose between her best friend, Geneva, and her fiance. Daisy tries to stay calm when the ladies laugh through a painful moment connected with her illness.

Spring Baking Championship
9 p.m. on FOOD

Birthday bashes may be more informal than a lot of other special occasions, but that doesn't mean the food and other refreshments should lack creativity. In the new episode "Birthday Blast," the five bakers still standing are initially tasked with creating some appealing desserts on a stick. For the main heat, they're expected to come up with - no surprises here - an amazing birthday cake, paired with homemade ice cream. Duff Goldman, Nancy Fuller and Lorraine Pascale return as judges.

Game of Thrones
9 p.m. on HBO

In a new episode called "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken," as Arya (Maisie Williams) begins her training, Jorah and Tyrion (Iain Glen, Peter Dinklage) encounter slavers during their journey. Elsewhere, Trystane Martell (Toby Sebastian) and his betrothed, Myrcella Baratheon (Nell Tiger Free), make plans of their own, while Jaime and Bronn (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jerome Flynn) reach their destination. The Sand Snakes attack.

Nurse Jackie
9 p.m. on SHOW

In the new episode "High Noon," an impassioned Zoey (Merritt Wever) leads a walk-out to protest the closing of the hospital, forcing Jackie, Akalitus and Dr. Prince (Edie Falco, Tony Shalhoub, Anna Deavere Smith) to run the ER without nurses. As she treats a heroin addict, Jackie struggles to control her own cravings.

Masterpiece Classic
9:05 p.m. on PBS

Though it might seem the store's fate is sealed as "Mr. Selfridge, Season 3" ends with "Episode Eight," there are two reasons for hope: The series is getting a Season 4, and the actual Selfridges & Co. remains in business today in England. Harry's (Jeremy Piven) decision to slash prices for the sale to end them all concerns his rivals, and prompts Loxley (Aidan McArdle) to demand that the board oust him. However, Harry still has a card left to play.

Bob's Burgers
9:30 p.m. on FOX

Keeping their rent as it is comes with a catch for Bob (voice of H. Jon Benjamin) and his fellow Ocean Avenue tenants in "The Oeder Games," which ends the animated comedy's fifth season. Mr. Fischoeder (voice of guest star Kevin Kline) decides to have some fun with the situation, forcing them to compete in a series of contests on his estate for their rent to remain at its current level. John Roberts and Eugene Mirman also are in the voice cast.

Happyish
9:30 p.m. on SHOW

Thom (Steve Coogan) finds himself surrounded by more jerks than usual in the new episode "Starring Sigmund Freud, Charles Bukowski and Seven Billion A--," as Julius (Sawyer Shipman) gets suspended for hitting Fitzgerald Miller (Jeremy Zorek). Elsewhere, Jonathan (Bradley Whitford) introduces the official Nazi handbook at a meeting and the Swedes continue to leave Thom feeling emasculated. Ellen Barkin, Reshma Shetty and Carrie Preston guest star.

Mad Men
10 p.m. on AMC

Spoiler-averse series creator Matthew Weiner always has played his story cards close to the vest, and that's even more the case in "Person to Person," the finale to one of the most acclaimed dramas in television history. Since the show's 2007 premiere, Weiner has put his central character, ad executive Don Draper (Jon Hamm), though the emotional wringer, and Don has seen much of his old life stripped away from him in these final episodes. Is a fresh new beginning in the cards for him? Here's hoping.

Naked and Afraid
10 p.m. on DISC

Trenton, an avid outdoorsman, and Jen, and a novice survivalist, endure the cold nights that are inevitable at high elevations and even a wild fire as they fight to survive in the peaks of Udhampur, India, in a new episode aptly called "Fire on the Mountain."

Cutthroat Kitchen
10 p.m. on FOOD

In the "Evilicious: Finale" of the tournament, the previous winners of each of the heats compete for a prize of up to $75,000 (and, of course, the irresistible bragging rights). Host Alton Brown's deranged challenges include preparing meatballs in a ball pit, making a teriyaki dinner while on a seesaw and harvesting coconuts from a tree to make macaroons. Simon Majumdar is the judge.

Silicon Valley
10 p.m. on HBO

Erlich (T.J. Miller) reconnects with a former mentee, energy drink billionaire Double-A (Michael McMillian), but Richard (Thomas Middleditch) discovers the relationship isn't what Erlich believes it to be. Monica (Amanda Crew) urges the guys to pounce on a livestream opportunity, but after learning this venture might hit a snag, Gilfoyle and Dinesh (Martin Starr, Kumail Nanjiani) brainstorm some options. Jared (Zach Woods) fosters a friendship between Monica and Carla (Alice Wetterlund) in the new episode "Homicide."

Penny Dreadful
10 p.m. on SHOW

Broadway diva Patti LuPone, whom TV fans may remember from the ABC drama "Life Goes On," guest stars in the new episode "The Nightcomers," a flashback episode that reveals how Vanessa (Eva Green) learned to harness her powers from an eerie woman known as the Cut-Wife (LuPone), who lives in a lonely cottage on the moors. Quickly noting the extent of Vanessa's powers, the Cut-Wife warns her visitor that an evil pursues her and much danger lies in her path ahead.

American Odyssey
10:01 p.m. on NBC

Ever more determined to expose the company's role in the cover-up, Peter (Peter Facinelli) resorts to a break-in that goes awry in the new episode "Soup Sandwich." Odelle and Aslam (Anna Friel, Omar Ghazaoui) go on the run, with Shakir Khan (Yousef Sweid) left in a bad position. Harrison and Bob (Jake Robinson, Nate Mooney) connect with someone who may be able to give them the information they seek. Jim True-Frost and Sadie Sink also star.

The Lizzie Borden Chronicles
10:02 p.m. on LIFE

In the months since her dramatic clash with Charles Siringo, Lizzie (Christina Ricci) has reinvented herself as a low-key school teacher in a small town far from Fall River yet near the asylum where Emma (Clea DuVall) is a patient. She has no idea that two Siringo allies, gunslingers Bat Masterson and Tom Horn (Matthew Le Nevez, Chris Bauer), are on her trail, but she attracts unwanted attention when she tries to help a student get justice in the new episode "The Sisters Grimke."

Veep
10:30 p.m. on HBO

On the campaign trail, Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is miffed by her running mate's effortless charm with the press, so she decides to attend a breakfast fundraiser unaccompanied by her team. She hopes news of an approaching hurricane may give her a chance to shine. Back in Washington, Amy (Anna Chlumsky) struggles to adjust to her new post-White House life. Timothy Simons also stars in the new episode "Storms and Pancakes."

MONDAY MAY 18, 2015

MLB Baseball
7 p.m. on ESPN

A pair of division leaders get down to it tonight at Citi Field, where Lucas Duda and the New York Mets open a four-game home set against Matt Carpenter and the St. Louis Cardinals. The surprising Amazins lead the National League East thanks to a talented, young pitching staff and a lineup that hits in the clutch. The Central-leading Cards' pitchers are no slouches, either - in fact, they boast the best team ERA in baseball.

2 Broke Girls
8 p.m. on CBS

"Get me to the church on time." It's a legendary lyric from "My Fair Lady" - and if a dress could sing it, it would as this sitcom wraps up its fourth season with "And the In and Out." Sophie's (Jennifer Coolidge) wedding dress is stuck in customs, so Max and Caroline (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) head for the airport to retrieve it in time for the nuptials. Caroline Rhea guest stars in the tale, written and directed by series co-creator Michael Patrick King.

Antiques Roadshow
8 p.m. on PBS

If the iconic image of her from "The Seven Year Itch" is any indication, the public never tires of seeing Marilyn Monroe - and plenty of her is on display in the second hour of this program's new visit to Charleston, S.C. Among the items appraised is a collection of still photos from some of her most famous films. Also assessed: a mid-19th-century ship's log that traces a trek from Boston to San Francisco during the Gold Rush. Mark L. Walberg is the host.

The Following
8 p.m. on FOX

As much as characters' fates are up in the air throughout a season of this show, all bets really are off when it comes to the finale. So it is as the suspense drama ends its third round with the two-hour presentation "Dead or Alive/The Reckoning," placing Ryan (Kevin Bacon) and his FBI comrades in more peril as they close in on Theo (Michael Ealy). Diane Neal ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") guest stars. Shawn Ashmore and Jessica Stroup also star.

Celeste and Jesse Forever
8 p.m. on CW

Rashida Jones ("Parks and Recreation") co-wrote and stars in this very engaging 2012 tale of a couple trying to move on with their lives after divorcing. Andy Samberg plays the other half, and the ex-partners find themselves still very much on each other's minds as they attempt to build their next chapters. Co-writer Will McCormack, Elijah Wood, Emma Roberts, Eric Christian Olsen ("NCIS: Los Angeles") and Chris Messina ("The Mindy Project") also appear.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame
8 p.m. on TCM

As Quasimodo, Charles Laughton has the clock-stopping looks in this 1939 adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic, but Cedric Hardwicke gives an equally brilliant performance as hideous-on-the-inside Jean Frollo, the royal adviser whose lust for a beautiful Gypsy (Maureen O'Hara) drives him to murder. Forget that 1996 Disney travesty; this is the gold standard of "Hunchback" flicks.

Mike & Molly
8:30 p.m. on CBS

The title spouses (Billy Gardell, Melissa McCarthy) have to rethink their anniversary plans - and bruised feelings could result - as the comedy's fifth season concludes with "The Bitter Man and the Sea." They intend to mark the occasion with a celebratory cruise, but after Carl (Reno Wilson) breaks up with Victoria (Katy Mixon), they have to make a choice ... which translates into rescinding Carl's invitation. Swoosie Kurtz and Nyambi Nyambi also star.

Stalker
9 p.m. on CBS

As the first season of the Kevin Williamson-created suspense series ends with "Love Kills," Beth (Maggie Q) continues to mull her professional future as the hunt for a serial killer proceeds. Vicky (guest star Mira Sorvino) also may have some decisions to make, based on what she discovers about her ex-husband. Kristoffer Polaha ("Backstrom") also guest stars. Dylan McDermott, Mariana Klaveno and Elisabeth Rohm also star.

Shahs of Sunset
9 p.m. on BRAVO

As the big day approaches, the problems continue to mount for the show's less-than-happy male couple, so Adam accompanies Reza to a therapy session where Reza is forced to make a decision about their future together in a new episode called "Bubbles of Fertility." Elsewhere, MJ turns up her courage and visits a specialist who can test her fertility level.

Southern Rites
9 p.m. on HBO

In this new documentary, photographer Gillian Laub chronicles a divisive murder case in Montgomery County, Ga., a community that only merged its segregated high school proms one year earlier. Old wounds are reopened after an elderly white patriarch of the town murders a young black man. Meanwhile, an historic campaign is under way that could culminate in the election of the first black sheriff for this community, where residents, as in much of the United States as a whole, are being forced to confront long-repressed truths about racism.

American Dad
9 p.m. on WTBS

In case you don't remember him, Jeff Fischer (voice of an actor actually named Jeff Fischer) was enjoying an aimless life as Hayley's (voice of Rachael MacFarlane) stoner hubby until the treacherous Roger (voice of Seth MacFarlane) shot him across space back to Roger's home planet. As the title of the new episode "Holy S--, Jeff's Back" suggests, the character somehow returns. Or, you know, maybe not. Meanwhile, Steve pet-sits a friend's hamster in this show's spring premiere.

The Bachelorette
9:01 p.m. on ABC

How do you wring more tears from this show? Well, one way is by having two bachelorettes instead of one - and that's the premise as the 11th season begins, with very recent "Bachelor" alums Britt Nilsson and Kaitlyn Bristowe both looking for love among a field of male suitors. One thing is for sure: As much of a shoulder as host Chris Harrison has been for the bachelorettes in the past, with two to advise this time, he'd better be in an especially advisory mood.

NCIS: Los Angeles
9:59 p.m. on CBS

Who is really who? The question pertains to several members of the team as they assume aliases during a mission to Moscow as the adventure-drama concludes its sixth season with "Chernoff, K." Callen, Sam, Deeks and Kensi (Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J, Eric Christian Olsen, Daniela Ruah) all pretend to be other people as they try to bring a case to a close on foreign turf. A personal matter also occupies Callen's thoughts, since he learns more about his father.

Independent Lens
10 p.m. on PBS

Before the exposure of the Pentagon Papers and the NSA documents that Edward Snowden released, there was the FBI information stolen from a Pennsylvania field office and disseminated by a small group of citizen spies. Johanna Hamilton's documentary "1971" recounts that event via interviewees including several of the perpetrators, who managed to stay anonymous until participating in this film and a related book that was published last year.

Time Traveling With Brian Unger
10 p.m. on TRAV

In a new episode called "Rockets Red Glare & Rockin' LA Hotels," Brian takes a group to witness the most famous battle during the War of 1812, then to visit the birthplace of our national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner." Later, in a major change of pace, he explores Hollywood and rock n' roll history in some of the most classic Los Angeles hotels.

Southern Charm
10:15 p.m. on BRAVO

As Election Day looms, Thomas wrestles with the aftermath of the accusations that have been hurled against him, while Kathryn reaches a decision that could permanently affect their relationship and their family. Elsewhere, Whitney is deeply suspicious that Kathryn is the one who cooked up those accusations. As the gang assembles at Sermets to hear the voting results, few of them are in a celebratory mood in the new episode "Election Day."

TUESDAY MAY 19, 2015

NCIS
8 p.m. on CBS

Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team investigate what may have been a hate crime as they try to determine who killed a Navy lieutenant who was scheduled to become the first openly gay servicemember to receive the Medal of Honor in "We Build, We Fight." Meanwhile, Palmer (Brian Dietzen) braces for fatherhood as his wife's (guest star Michelle Pierce) due date approaches. Susanna Thompson also guest stars. Series regular Rocky Carroll directed this episode.

The Roosevelts: An Intimate History
8 p.m. on PBS

Theodore Roosevelt (voice of Paul Giamatti) seems to be everywhere, doing everything in "The Fire of Life (1910-1919)," Part 3 of Ken Burns' miniseries. The president risks dividing his party, ventures into the jungles of South America and pushes the United States toward involvement in World War I. Eleanor (voice of Meryl Streep) discovers FDR's (voice of Edward Herrmann) extramarital affair, making their union more practical than passionate.

Hell's Kitchen
8 p.m. on FOX

As if it's not enough pressure to prepare a dish that will satisfy the judges, try doing it when a sort of scavenger hunt and a specific time factor also are applied. That's the challenge for the seven contestants still in the contest at the start of the new two-hour episode "7 Chefs Compete/6 Chefs Compete." They have 35 minutes to find the keys to open lockers that hold the steaks they have to cook. Then, they follow one of Chef Gordon Ramsay's recipes.

The Flash
8 p.m. on CW

The adventure series ends its first season as ally-turned-nemesis Wells (Tom Cavanagh) makes Barry (Grant Gustin) an offer he may not be able to refuse in "Fast Enough." The proposition is so big, it also draws in Dr. Martin Stein and Ronnie Raymond (returning guest stars Victor Garber and Robbie Amell). A cliffhanger is all but guaranteed, but fear not, "Flash" fans: The show will be back next season. Danielle Panabaker also stars.

NCIS: New Orleans
9 p.m. on CBS

The murder of an NCIS agent during a security detail for the Vice Chief of Naval Operations leaves Pride (Scott Bakula) and his team wondering whether the incident was a failed assassination attempt or a foe's attack on one of their own in "Careful What You Wish For." Agent Brody's (Zoe McLellan) somewhat mysterious history becomes a matter of interest when she is placed under investigation. Lucas Black also stars.

The Voice
9 p.m. on NBC

Here's where the journey ends for the finalists still in the competition - and one of them likely will finish a lot happier. This season's "Voice" is named in the "Live Finale, Part 2" of the competition's season, with judges and mentors Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams on hand for the anointing by host Carson Daly. The victor will have dreams fulfilled by a recording contract (the $100,000 prize won't hurt, either).

Dancing With the Stars
9 p.m. on ABC

The mirrorball trophy will be awarded as the contest's 20th season - also marking its 10th anniversary - reaches its conclusion with a two-hour finale. Though there was a "Road to the Finals" special earlier, expect hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews to recap how the finalists have gotten to this point. Judges Len Goodman, Julianne Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli weigh in with their assessments of the contenders who are still on their feet.

iZombie
9 p.m. on CW

"Wings" alum Steven Weber has proven to be a guest star for all seasons and all shows, from "Chasing Life" to "NCIS: New Orleans," and he also turns up here in the new episode "Mr. Berserk." His character is the chief executive of an energy-drink company that may be linked to some consumers' sudden psychosis - which, in turn, may be connected to the murder of a reporter who was probing the situation. Rose McIver and Robert Buckley star.

Married at First Sight
9 p.m., 10:01 p.m. on A&E

It may not be impossible for the three couples who married as strangers to adjust to many kinds of changes through sheer willpower and determination, but it's hard to fake an enjoyable and rewarding sex life. In the new episode "Intimacy," the couples share their concerns regarding healthy intimate relationships with sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff.

Deadliest Catch
9 p.m. on DISC

With a higher king crab quota than any other captain, Elliott Neese bids farewell in an emotional new episode called "Wasted Talent." Meanwhile, Jake Anderson, who feels the pressure of having a baby on the way, struggles to fill Edgar's shoes on the Northwestern.

Frontline
10 p.m. on PBS

Controversial interrogation methods used by the CIA are examined in the new episode "Secrets, Politics and Torture." In fact, "torture" is exactly what some have labeled such procedures, and this hour dissects them by using recently declassified information and interviews with actual Central Intelligence Agency employees. Politicians also weigh in on what the documents reveal, and whether what they indicate served its intended purpose.

Sons of Winter
10 p.m. on DISC

In a new episode called "Lost Boys," Randy and Kole check their line in the bog as they try to get done in time for Kole's birthday party, but their haste causes them to lose their sense of direction, leaving them at risk of having to spend the frigid night outdoors. Shane and Dale, meanwhile, become stranded on their way home for the same party.

Chopped
10 p.m. on FOOD

Celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito is no stranger to reality TV, but never on the front lines of a cooking competition, so judges Scott Conant, Amanda Freitag and Aaron Sanchez will be curious to see how DiSpirito fares up against Jet Tila, Fabio Viviani and Lee Anne Wong in the new "All-Stars Tournament: Part 4." In the entree round, the chefs will need to get creative in order to cook a perfect piece of beef in the allotted time, which is not sufficient for most traditional methods.

Younger
10 p.m. on NICK

After Charles (Peter Hermann) invites her to sift through a pile of rejected manuscripts, Liza (Sutton Foster) finds a promising historical novel and returns to her old New Jersey book club to build grassroots support for the unpublished author. Less happily, she and Josh (Nico Tortorella) hit a rough patch when he picks up on her fears that he is not very bright. Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar and Miriam Shor also star in the new episode "I'm With Stupid."

Kramer vs. Kramer
10 p.m. on TCM

Five Oscars, including best picture, went to this engrossing 1979 drama based on Avery Corman's novel about a couple's (Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep) custody fight over their young son (Justin Henry). After the wife walks out, the workaholic husband settles into the role of full-time parent. She returns to reclaim her child, but that won't be easy. Director Robert Benton's sterling cast also includes Jane Alexander and Howard Duff.

Younger
10 p.m. on TVL

After Charles (Peter Hermann) invites her to sift through a pile of rejected manuscripts, Liza (Sutton Foster) finds a promising historical novel and returns to her old New Jersey book club to build grassroots support for the unpublished author. Less happily, she and Josh (Nico Tortorella) hit a rough patch when he picks up on her fears that he is not very bright. Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar and Miriam Shor also star in the new episode "I'm With Stupid."

Your Family or Mine
10 p.m. on WTBS

As the members of the Weston family experience individual traumas, they go through the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, in a new episode called "5 Stages." Given that this sitcom is way, way too new to be doing a "very special episode" already, we're guessing both the traumas and the subsequent healing are handled comedically. At least, that's what we hope. Richard Dreyfuss and JoBeth Williams star.

Criminal Minds
10:01 p.m. on CBS

Kirsten Vangsness, alias the show's Garcia, co-wrote "Nelson's Sparrow" with series executive producer Erica Messer. Having been with the series from the start, the actress has the basis for a story about a past BAU case, involving Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and Gideon (the character formerly played by Mandy Patinkin) in their early days as agents. They're portrayed in flashbacks by Robert Dunne and Ben Savage ("Girl Meets World").

WEDNESDAY MAY 20, 2015

Survivor
8 p.m. on CBS

As usual, the tribe will speak and only one player will manage to avoid having his or her torch snuffed out - and win $1 million - as the 30th edition of the competition, which has been labeled "Worlds Apart," reaches its end with this two-hour season finale. Then, holding to tradition, all of the contestants will reconvene to tell tales of their experiences in an hour-long reunion show. Jeff Probst is the host of both programs.

The Mysteries of Laura
8 p.m. on NBC

The investigation is both personal and professional for Laura (Debra Messing) in the show's season finale, "The Mystery of the Corner Store Crossfire." Jake (Josh Lucas) is seriously wounded, and as doctors tend to him, Laura and her colleagues seek the shooter ... who is using a very modern weapon, also putting the pursuers at great risk during the hunt. Laz Alonso, Janina Gavankar and Meg Steedle also star.

500 Questions
8 p.m. on ABC

Who has the ability to answer ... well, check the title again. Running nightly for just over a week, this new competition challenges players to stay in the game by answering as many general-knowledge questions as possible. CNN reporter Richard Quest serves as the host who poses the queries, and if someone gets three in a row wrong, they're out. While the glory of claiming the title of champion is the main prize, there also are cash awards to be won here.

Nature
8 p.m. on PBS

A part of the American West known as "The Sagebrush Sea" is visited in a new episode by that name, with close to 200 different species of birds and mammals supported by the ecosystem that reaches across 11 states. Those creatures now must vie for resources against wells and pipelines that also are utilizing them - impacting such creatures as the indigenous greater sage-grouse, with the females having to raise their young on their own while predators lie in wait.

MasterChef
8 p.m. on FOX

For those worried about "Hell's Kitchen" ending soon, never fear: There's hardly a time when Fox isn't in the cooking-competition business in some form. More evidence is supplied by "Top 40 Compete/Top 22 Compete," the two-hour kickoff to this show's sixth round, which begins with 40 cooks presenting their specialties to the judges. There's a new one this time: Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar in New York City, who joins Gordon Ramsay and Graham Elliot.

Young & Hungry
8 p.m. on FAM

On a new episode called "Young & Pretty Woman," Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) decides the time has come to get something off his chest with Gabi (Emily Osment) just as her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Cooper (recurring guest star Jesse McCartney), has moved back from China to be with her. Meanwhile, Alan (Bryan Safi), Elliott's (Rex Lee) boyfriend, drops a bombshell, then follows it up with something even more shocking.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
9 p.m. on NBC

Benson (Mariska Hargitay) is surprised by the personal turn her latest case takes - involving the baby she's trying to adopt - in the concluding episode of the drama's 16th season, "Surrendering Noah." That subtitle suggests there may be a tearful ending as Benson and prosecutor Barba (Raul Esparza) seek a conviction for career criminal Johnny D (guest star Charles Halford). Peter Hermann, series star Hargitay's husband, reprises his recurring guest role.

Modern Family
9 p.m. on ABC

Phil (Ty Burrell) is both absent and not from Alex's (Ariel Winter) graduation party in the show's sixth-season finale, "American Skyper." He's stuck in Seattle on business, so he Skypes into the festivities. Among the things he may miss by not being there physically: Jay's (Ed O'Neill) discomfort over a relative of Gloria's (Sofia Vergara) who stays too long; and Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) trying to hide job news from Cam (Eric Stonestreet). Horatio Sanz guest stars.

NOVA
9 p.m. on PBS

The word "hacker" has become common in daily vocabulary, often with a connotation that's none too pleasant. "Rise of the Hackers" probes the power that cybercriminals exhibit in stealing personal information and wreaking havoc on companies - and even countries. The program isn't only a profile of the "bad guys," though: It also considers those who are using computer skills to try to stay ahead of the next attack via bit and byte.

Supernatural
9 p.m. on CW

The show wraps up its 10th-anniversary season with "Brother's Keeper," reflecting what the Winchester siblings largely have been for each other since the start of the series. Dean (Jensen Ackles) is in that position yet again as he considers the impact on Sam (Jared Padalecki) in deciding what to do about the Mark of Cain. Castiel (Misha Collins) may end up as collateral damage in a clash between Crowley and Rowena (Mark Sheppard, guest star Ruth Connell).

Man Finds Food
9 p.m. on TRAV

Traveling to Boston in search of off-menu items and out-of-the-way restaurants, host Adam Richman comes across some authentic Australian pies in an artful shipyard, an "adults only" secret steakhouse and a lobster eatery in a garage in a new episode called "Harbor Hideaway & Lobster Gang."

blackish
9:31 p.m. on ABC

The family's past comes into focus as the comedy concludes its first season with "Pops' Pops' Pops." Jack and Diane (Miles Brown, Marsai Martin) have a hard time finding anything on the subject for a class project, but Pops (Laurence Fishburne) steps in with the tale of an ancestor (series star Anthony Anderson) who ran up against a gangster (guest star Sean "Diddy" Combs) in 1920s Harlem. Another major music figure, Mary J. Blige, also guest stars.

Chicago PD
10 p.m. on NBC

The mission is tricky for Voight (Jason Beghe) and his colleagues in the new episode "Born Into Bad News," as a retired officer (guest star Robert Ray Wisdom) seeks their help in getting his policeman nephew out of a band of corrupt cops targeting drug dealers. As Lindsay (Sophia Bush) continues to have trouble coping with a tragedy, her mother (guest star Markie Post) tries to help. Olinsky (Elias Koteas) is sought out by a woman from his past.

Celebrity Wife Swap
10 p.m. on ABC

Sure, they're famous people, but is switching families temporarily any easier for them than for everyday folks? Not in the least, as anyone familiar with this unscripted series already knows. The show begins its fourth season here, observing what happens when the matriarchs of two households - here, Jackee Harry and Traci Lords - are placed in each other's for a week, prompting big adjustments not only for them, but also for the husbands and children involved.

Super Skyscrapers
10 p.m. on PBS

The miniseries' concluding episode, "One57," visits the Manhattan site of a structure destined to be the Western World's tallest residential tower. The aim of the 57th Street location's creators is to give a new take on living in luxury in the midst of a metropolis, from ceilings that are two times the typical height to bathrooms outfitted with Italian marble. The views of New York's iconic Central Park that the building enables are added perks.

Million Dollar Listing New York
10 p.m. on BRAVO

In the new episode "Unfinished Business," Fredrik's reputation is at stake, along with a $22.5 million price-point, when his developers balk at installing the premium finishes they had promised. Ryan, on the other hand, finds his new project reunites him with a familiar blonde who takes an unnervingly personal interest in his marital situation, while Luis, in Brooklyn, pursues one of the top developers in the city.

Air Pressure
10 p.m. on DISC

In the new episode "Flying in the Face of Danger," new recruits are forced to confront some previously unexpected challenges that come with flying in Indonesia. When a passenger has a mid-air panic attack, Guy has no choice but to take drastic action. Sam has a hard time maintining control of his airplane while he lands on one of the most spectacular - and remote - runways in the world.

Monument Guys
10:03 p.m. on HIST

Craig pays homage to Medal of Honor winner Benny Adkins, whose acts of heroism in Vietnam included an encounter with a wild tiger, in the new episode "Metal of Honor." Elsewhere, Mark and Steve work on a giant gorilla statue that is to be erected in a football stadium, while the team pulls together to build a life-sized bust of escape artist Harry Houdini, which comes with its own hidden secret.

Freak Out
10:30 p.m. on FAM

While working the prep for an evening outdoor wedding, Mike is horrified to find himself blamed when a man catches fire from a backyard grill in the new episode "Fire Freaks Me Out!" Customers who purchase lemonade from a little girl's homemade stand choke on their drinks when she reveals her secret ingredient. Candace is terrified when men wearing hazmat suits examine her for exposure to radioactivity. Finally, a girl wigs out when a movie screening at a cemetery attracts ghosts.

THURSDAY MAY 21, 2015

Red Nose Day
8 p.m. on NBC

Initiated by filmmaker Richard Curtis ("Love Actually"), the global effort to boost charities - with youngsters the intended beneficiaries - is spotlighted in this three-hour special. Comic Relief U.K. and the Funny or Die satirical group are involved in the initiative, and among the celebrities slated to appear are Will Ferrell, Jennifer Hudson, Sam Smith, Laura Linney, Anna Kendrick, Elizabeth Banks, Martin Short, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton.

PGA Tour Golf
8 p.m. on GOLF

It's known as the "Texas Slam" and it's achieved by winning all four PGA events in the Lone Star State. Adam Scott did just that in last year's Crowne Plaza Invitational, besting Billy Dufner on the third hole of a playoff at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth and also cementing his standing as the Tour's then-top-ranked golfer. He'll return today to defend his title from a field that includes Dufner, Zach Johnson, Hunter Mahan, Jordan Spieth and Brandt Snedeker.

Wayward Pines
9 p.m. on FOX

Part of Ethan's (Matt Dillon) quest ends tragically when he finds the body of one of the Secret Service agents he came to Wayward Pines to locate in the new episode "Don't Discuss Your Life Before." Beverly (Juliette Lewis) helps him seek clues to the death, and to the fate of the other missing agent. Theresa and Ben (Shannyn Sossamon, Charlie Tahan) head for Idaho to track down Ethan. Terrence Howard, Carla Gugino, Melissa Leo and Toby Jones also star.

The Vampire Diaries
9 p.m. on CW

Damon (Ian Somerhalder) goes time-tripping to save his mother (guest star Annie Wersching), who's stuck in the early 20th century, in "A Bird in a Gilded Cage." As others attempt to help her, Caroline's (Candice Accola) own effort to help Stefan (Paul Wesley) goes awry. Bonnie (Kat Graham) gives Damon a very surprising present. Nina Dobrev, Matt Davis and Michael Malarkey also star.

The First 48
9 p.m. on A&E

In a new episode called "The Rookie," after a man who is highly cherished as both a son and a father is murdered during a robbery, a single eyewitness comes forward to identify two suspects, both of whom are members of a notorious gang. Prosecutors hope their case is strong enough to send away the shooter for good, but as the trial date approaches, the violent reputation of the defendant has witnesses utterly terrified to testify.

Mom
9:01 p.m. on CBS

In "Hepatitis and Lemon Zest." Bonnie (Allison Janney) gets plenty of screen time, and reasons for outrage, as she rails against daughter Christy's (Anna Faris) ill-advised decisions on spending. Christy gets a break from that situation as she supports a newly sober woman (guest star Jamie Pressly). Former "Soap" co-star Ted Wass directed the tale.

Pawn Stars
9:31 p.m. on HIST

Corey is so thrilled it's scary when he encounters an impressively life-sized replica of the title monster from the cult horror film "Creature From the Black Lagoon," while Rick examines a handwritten love letter from Judy Garland to Frank Sinatra in a new episode called "Pawn Creature." Later, Chum and Corey try to scare Rick with pranks scattered throughout the shop.

The Comedians
10 p.m. on FX

Billy and Josh's (Billy Crystal, Josh Gad) relationship, both professionally and personally, continues along its rocky course, but Josh is savvy enough to recognize it would be folly to blow off the birthday of his senior (and more famous) colleague, so he takes Billy out to celebrate in the new episode "Billy's Birthday."

Olympus
10 p.m. on SYFY

In a new episode called "Love and Time," Hero (Tom York) travels with Medea (Sonita Henry) to the Temple of Aphrodite, where he receives a grim prophecy: The only way for Hero to unlock his destiny is to kill someone he loves. Meanwhile, Medea faces problems of her own after she is confronted by her sister, a cold-blooded killer and warrior who has come to reclaim her sacred ring. Matt Frewer also stars.

Cutting It: In the ATL
10 p.m. on WE

Four headstrong salon owners in Atlanta grow their own businesses while competing against one another for clients in this new unscripted series. Among the key players, Maja, who achieved quick success via her chain of quick and affordable weave salons, teams up with Mushiya, a hair diva who specializes in natural hair styling. Beautii, a veteran player in the Atlanta hair scene, doesn't hesitate to bend the rules, while Dedra works hard to sabotage Maja's strategy of building a coalition among all the salon owners.

Lost in Transmission
10:03 p.m. on HIST

It's not unusual to find an old car that has a few bugs in it, but Rutledge and George are confronted with a full infestation by actual insects as they try to fix a 1964 Ford F100 that has been exposed to the elements for four years in a new episode called "Fire in the Hole."

FRIDAY MAY 22, 2015

Whose Line Is It Anyway?
8:30 p.m. on CW

Cedric the Entertainer adds his distinctive brand of humor to the improvisational goings-on here. He joins Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles to put his own spins on suggestions from the studio audience for skits and songs. Gary Anthony Williams also is a guest star. Aisha Tyler is the host.

The Lincoln Awards: A Concert for Veterans & the Military Family
9 p.m. on PBS

They aren't all as famous as Bruce Springsteen - one of the 2015 honorees - but individuals and groups are recognized for their support of veterans and families connected to the military in this new special, taped in January at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Nick Jonas, actor and retired USMC Reserve Officer Rob Riggle, jazz-trumpet great Arturo Sandoval and current Miss America Kira Kazantsev are among the participants.

Bones
9 p.m. on FOX

Cyndi Lauper reprises her recurring guest role as Avalon Harmonia, Angela's (Michaela Conlon) psychic friend, in "The Psychic in the Soup." The story opens with the discovery of a psychic's body decomposing in a tree trunk. Elsewhere, Booth and Brennan (David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel) debate how to handle little Christine's (Sunnie Pelant) new imaginary friend, and the Jeffersonian team remembers the late Sweets on his birthday.

The Messengers
9 p.m. on CW

Five strangers become connected by the effects of an object that falls to Earth in this drama series. After inheriting unusual powers via the consequent shock wave, they realize they are Angels of the Apocalypse ... and the only ones who might prevent people from disappearing in a Rapture. "Awakening" - the show's pilot - stars Shantel VanSanten ("One Tree Hill"), Joel Courtney, Sofia Black-D'Elia, JD Pardo and Diogo Morgado ("The Bible").

Bitten
9 p.m. on SYFY

As the Council of Alphas reassembles at Stonehaven, the new Spanish Alpha tries to blackmail Jeremy (Greg Bryk) into murdering the Russian Alpha, but the Pack has everything under control until a surprise visit from Savannah upends their plans in a new episode called "Bad Dreams." Elsewhere, Nick and Paige (Steve Lund, Tommie-Amber Pirie) inadvertently bring danger to a loved one's doorstep when they try to meet secretly with his mother.

Mysteries at the Museum
9 p.m. on TRAV

Host Don Wildman examines a peanut that played a key role in an unusual fad during the 20th century, one that took a man on a daring adventure, in the new episode "Pike's Peak Peanut Pusher, Hollywood Holdout, Ireland's Lost Treasure." Later, he checks out a trunk that was at the heart of a confrontation between one man and a set of Tinseltown's heavy hitters, plus a set of gold relics that spark an intense battle between two rival nations.

The Hustlers
9 p.m. on TRUTV

Move over, Minnesota Fats: This new 10-part docu-series takes viewers inside the cutthroat world of competitive pool, following top-ranked "sharks" as they play for both cash and bragging rights. Each player has to fight for his place around the table, and once there, it takes more than a knack for sinking pool balls into pockets to win the game. Alliances are formed but friendships are fleeting in this world of big money and bigger egos.

Blue Bloods
10 p.m. on CBS

The split-up of a police team causes Danny and Baez (Donnie Wahlberg, Marisa Ramirez) to get different partners, too, in "Burning Bridges." After an officer is outed, reassignments result when his partner refuses to ride with him. Frank (Tom Selleck) runs into related complications. Jamie and Eddie (Will Estes, Vanessa Ray) try to even the score with a detective who unjustly claimed a case as his. Bill Irwin and Heather Burns guest star.

In Performance at the White House
10 p.m. on PBS

In "Salute to the Troops," entertainers including Willie Nelson, Mary J. Blige and Common gather at the most famous residence in Washington, D.C., to offer music in tribute to the men and women who have served - and continue to serve - in America's military. President and Mrs. Obama are in the on-site audience for the program, as they typically have been for the shows in this series. John Fogerty and Daughtry also perform.

Unearthed
10 p.m. on DISC

While Ty and Levi are trying to move truffles on the black market, they run into a series of problems that forces them to race the clock to sell their haul before the precious truffles rot in this new episode. Elsewhere, Richey sets up a trip-line booby trap, while Justin, the kingpin, confronts a gang of nocturnal poachers.

Hangar 1: The UFO Files
10 p.m. on HIST

A new episode called "UFOs Over Texas" focuses on a state that has been a hotbed for unusual UFO activity for decades. As the program's investigative team explores some of the Lone Star State's most unusual and best-known cases, patterns emerge that seem to point to Texas's unique role in a larger government conspiracy.

Lost Girl
10 p.m. on SYFY

In a new episode called "Clear Eyes, Fae Hearts," Bo and Tamsin (Anna Silk, Rachel Skarsten) go under cover in the world of college football in an attempt to get to the heart of a homicide that might expose the Fae. Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried), meanwhile, investigates a murder victim who just won't stay dead. Before these events are resolved, the identities of the new Fae threat are revealed.

Mysteries at the National Parks
10 p.m. on TRAV

A new episode called "Portal to the Underworld" tackles a major "destination park" - Grand Canyon National Park, in fact - where some insist that a bizarre plane crash and a mysterious underground city point to powerful forces at work within the region. Another plane crash, this one in Florida's Everglades National Park, figures in this show's season finale, which immediately follows.

American Diner Revival
10:30 p.m. on FOOD

Amanda Freitag and Ty Pennington make a cross-country journey on a mission to help local citizens save struggling but promising diners in their towns. With scant days to pull off the makeover, Ty oversees the physical transformation of the eatery, while Amanda uses her culinary talents to give the menu an appealing facelift.

SATURDAY MAY 23, 2015

When Calls the Heart
8 p.m. on HALL

A visitor from back home prompts Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) to question her growing feelings for Jack (Daniel Lissing) in a new episode called "Awakenings and Revelations." Elsewhere, Abigail (Lori Loughlin) searches for the best way to help her daughter-in-law, while Bill Avery (Jack Wagner) delves deeper into an undercover investigation. Pascale Hutton, Kavan Smith and Eva Bourne also star.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
8 p.m. on HBO

The tables again are turned on the human race, which is puny compared to the simian population in director Matt Reeves' ("Cloverfield") well-staged continuation of the franchise. What remains of mankind in the wake of a deadly virus runs up against smart simian Caesar ("performance capture" work by Andy Serkis) and his ape civilization, with war a very possible result. Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Jason Clarke and Kirk Acevedo also are in the cast, but the special-effects and makeup masters reign supreme.

Kidnapped: The Hannah Anderson Story
8 p.m. on LIFE

In this 2015 true-crime thriller, unstable family friend James DiMaggio abducts 16-year-old cheerleader Hannah Anderson after killing her mother and brother. As a frantic multi-state manhunt is conducted, Hannah is held captive by DiMaggio, whose mental state appears to unravel even more. After he is killed in an FBI shootout, however, agents begin to wonder whether Hannah truly was an innocent victim or somehow complicit in these violent events. Scott Patterson, Jessica Amlee and Brian McNamara star.

Blue Bloods
9 p.m. on CBS

Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) is out for justice - and more than a touch of vengeance - when Baez (Marisa Ramirez) is hurt by assailants while helping to transport drugs to be destroyed in "Partners." A lieutenant with a sterling professional record unexpectedly causes problems for Frank (Tom Selleck). Kirk Acevedo reprises his earlier guest role as Baez's brother. Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes and Len Cariou also star.

The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved
9 p.m. on HIST

The season finale, "Roman Engineering," considers the question of whether the ancient monuments in the Eternal City may have secret connections to the sun. NASA data confirms new archeological evidence, recreated in state of the art virtual reality, that suggests early Roman emperors incorporated architecture and astronomy to create "special effects" for reasons both political and personal. Emperor Hadrian, for example, designed the Pantheon to mark cosmic events such as equinoxes.

SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015

National Memorial Day Concert
8 p.m., 9:30 p.m. on PBS

Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise mark their 10th anniversary as the program's hosts as the 26th annual edition is presented from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Guests include Gloria Estefan, who performs in a tribute to disabled veterans - one of the event's major themes, along with Gold Star Children and the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. Gen. Colin L. Powell and singers Katherine Jenkins and Russell Watson make return appearances.

MLB Baseball
8 p.m. on ESPN

As the saying goes, rumors of the New York Yankees' demise may have been greatly exaggerated, as Mark Teixeira, Alex Rodriguez and the aging Bombers find themselves leading the AL East as they host the Texas Rangers tonight at Yankee Stadium in the rubber game of a three-game series. The Rangers, on the other hand, haven't been so lucky, floundering near the bottom of the AL West thanks to an anemic offense and mediocre pitching.

A.D. The Bible Continues
9 p.m. on NBC

Change is in the offing in the new episode "The Road to Damascus," which begins with Peter (Adam Levy) still being followed - dangerously - by Saul (Emmett J, Scanlan). However, en route to Damascus, Saul has a vision that causes him to change his outlook. Claudia (Joanne Whalley) experiences nightmares that don't bode well for Pilate (Vincent Regan), especially when what's in her mind becomes reality. Babou Alieu Ceesay and Chipo Chung also star.

Fresh Off the Boat
9 p.m. on ABC

Jessica's (Constance Wu) efforts to give the restaurant workers sexual-harassment training don't work out too well, so Louis (Randall Park) hires a professional (guest star Brett Gelman) to do it in "Persistent Romeo." Eddie (Hudson Yang) tries to make another use of the seminar, in a bid to gain popularity with his peers. Paul Scheer ("The League") and Jillian Armenante ("Judging Amy") also guest star. Another episode follows.

Spring Baking Championship
9 p.m. on FOOD

For a holiday weekend honoring brave service by military heroes, the final four bakers will need to tap into their own "basic training" to make it into next week's finale, in a new episode called "Memorial Day Madness." In the first round, the chefs are challenged to create a layered springtime trifle, but after that, they're free to create any dessert they like - as long as it's red, white and blue, of course. Lorraine Pascale, Nancy Fuller and Duff Goldman are the judges; Bobby Deen is host.

Game of Thrones
9 p.m. on HBO

In a new episode called "The Gift," Jon Snow (Kit Harington) prepares himself for conflict, while Sansa (Sophie Turner) tries to talk to the deeply damaged Theon (Alfie Allen). Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) patiently waits for a sign. Stannis (Stephen Dillane) remains stubborn, and Jaime (Nikolaj Coster Waldau) tries to reconnect with the rest of his scattered family.

Nurse Jackie
9 p.m. on SHOW

Jackie is so moved by a gesture of validation from daughter Grace (Ruby Jerins) that she and Eddie (Paul Schulze) decide to make one last purge of their stash then quit dealing. Elsewhere, Carrie (Betty Gilpin) is surprisingly supportive when a distraught Zoey (Merritt Wever) blames herself after a patient dies, while Dr. Prince and Akalitus (guest star Tony Shalhoub, Anna Deavere Smith) bond over lunch when she reveals something from her past in a new episode called "Are You With Me, Doctor Wu?."

Happyish
9:30 p.m. on SHOW

Thom (Steve Coogan) gets a grim life lesson when his train strikes and kills a commuter in the new episode "Starring Josey Wales, Jesus Christ and The New York Times." Nevertheless, Gottfrid (guest star Nils Lawton) still questions whether Thom's priorities are in order when he isn't able to get to work in time for the morning meeting. Lee (Kathryn Hahn) finds a new studio with a landlord who is a Holocaust survivor. Carrie Preston, Molly Price and Reshma Shetty also guest star.

Battle Creek
10 p.m. on CBS

Milt (Josh Duhamel) is at the center of the case - as the intended victim - as the mystery series ends its season with "Sympathy for the Devil." After his car is blown up and he survives the blast, he asks Russ (Dean Winters) to find the culprit. The ensuing investigation reveals a lot about Milt and why he's in Battle Creek. Steven Bauer ("Scarface") and Robert Sean Leonard ("House") guest star. Janet McTeer and Aubrey Dollar also star.

Castle
10 p.m. on ABC

The fame that can be gleaned from the Internet isn't always pleasant, as one person finds out the hard way in "Meme for Murder." That individual ends up slain, and afterward, Castle and Beckett (Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic) are alarmed to find images from the crime scene posted on a website. They also fear the killer may strike again. Susan Sullivan, Molly Quinn and Jon Huertas also star.

Rich Kids of Beverly Hills
10 p.m. on E!

Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff, daughter of "Knight Rider" actor David Hasselhoff, joins the cast this season, as episodes expand to an hour from their previous half-hour format. Some of the relationships between these young socialites have grown stronger, yet at the same time long-buried resentments are starting to surface as well. As a result, watch for these Rich Kids to start choosing sides among themselves.

Silicon Valley
10 p.m. on HBO

As Russ (Chris Diamantopoulos) is distracted by financial news and the rest of the Pied Piper team fielding job offers, Richard (Thomas Middleditch) faces two unappealing prospects: either merging with a nemesis or folding. Meanwhile, Gavin (Matt Ross) tries to reverse the fortunes of Nucleus for the better and Dinesh (Kumail Nanjiani) tries to woo a woman online. Richard reaches out to an unconventional client after Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) suggests a risky move in the new episode "Adult Content."

Penny Dreadful
10 p.m. on SHOW

In a new episode called "Evil Spirits in Heavenly Places," Lyle (Simon Russell Beale) reveals how the Verbis Diablo relics tell a dark story that affects Vanessa (Eva Green). Inspector Rusk (Douglas Hodge) interviews someone who survived the massacre at the Mariner's Inn. Dorian's (Reeve Carney) romance with Angelique (Jonny Beauchamp) grows, while Hecate (Sarah Greene) tries to get closer to Ethan (Josh Hartnett). Timothy Dalton also stars.

M*A*S*H
10 p.m. on TCM

During the Korean War, two surgeons (Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould) cause havoc at a mobile Army hospital in Robert Altman's iconoclastic 1970 satire that proved a box-office smash and inspired the long-running sitcom starring Alan Alda. Ring Lardner Jr. won an Oscar for his screenplay; nominations also went to Altman, supporting actress Sally Kellerman and the film itself. Tom Skerritt also stars.

American Odyssey
10:01 p.m. on NBC

Shakir Khan (Yousef Sweid) isn't the only victim of Frank Majors (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), since Odelle and Aslam (Anna Friel, Omar Ghazaoui) also suffer results, in the new episode "Kmag Yoyo." Struggling to stay focused despite his marital troubles, Peter (Peter Facinelli) strikes a pact with Alex Baker (Jay O. Sanders). Bob (Nate Mooney) is on the verge of making a big discovery about Ruby (Daniella Pineda). Allison Mack ("Smallville") guest stars.

The Lizzie Borden Chronicles
10:02 p.m. on LIFE

In the season finale, "Capsize," Lizzie (Christina Ricci) races to Boston, where Emma (Clea DuVall) has taken refuge in the home of close friend Adele Trotwood (guest star Michelle Fairley, "Game of Thrones"). In doing so, Lizzie unwittingly leads Bat Masterson and Tom Horn (Matthew Le Nevez, Chris Bauer) directly to their quarry. Emma makes an impetuous sacrifice, while Lizzie tries to pull her sister back from the abyss.

Veep
10:30 p.m. on HBO

After the president (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is shaken by a dramatic incident at the White House, Tom James (Hugh Laurie) speaks out at a Q&A session and makes Selina's day even worse in the new episode "Mommy Meyer." Elsewhere, Mike (Matt Walsh) tries to sell the press on the Families First bill, while Sue and Gary (Sufe Bradshaw, Tony Hale) get things ready for Selina's White House dinner with old friends. Jonah and Richard (Timothy Simons, Sam Richardson) spill a terrible secret.

MONDAY MAY 25, 2015

2 Broke Girls
8 p.m. on CBS

After making a fiery exit from "Dallas" - in what turned out to be one of that series update's last scenes - Jesse Metcalfe is a guest star in "And the DJ Face." He plays said DJ, Sebastian, who spins the discs for a grocery-store chain ... to the dismay of Max (Kat Dennings), who has been enjoying weekly hookups with him. Beth Behrs, Jennifer Coolidge and Matthew Moy also star.

American Ninja Warrior
8 p.m. on NBC

Who has the right stuff to endure obstacle courses in various localities across the country, then in Las Vegas for the finals? The quest begins in California with "Venice Qualifying," the series' Season 7 premiere. Returning hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja Biamila have a new on-air partner this time, Kristine Leahy of CBS Sports. Baltimore Ravens veteran Brendon Ayanbadejo and current Seattle Seahawks player Jon Ryan make their debuts as contenders.

500 Questions
8 p.m. on ABC

After starting last week, the new game show continues its run nightly through Thursday, putting contestants to the test of answering you-know-how-many questions. The catch is that if someone misses three in a row, he or she is out of the competition. CNN newsman Richard Quest is the host of the program, which intends to be challenging - but not so much that viewers will feel the queries are so far over their heads that they can't play along.

Antiques Roadshow
8 p.m. on PBS

The program's new visit to Charleston, S.C., concludes at the Rosanna A. Blake Library of Confederate History at Marshall University, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Rafael Eledge to survey cigarette booklets from the Civil War. The items appraised include a collection of memorabilia from playwright Noel Coward that he gave to someone himself, and a late-19th-century W.S. Young oil painting of West Virginia's Greenbrier River.

Memorial Day
8 p.m. on CW

The masterful actor James Cromwell ("Babe," "The Sum of All Fears") shares a role with his son John in this 2011 drama. James plays the older incarnation of a World War II soldier who never has discussed his military experience since actually serving - until he strikes a deal with his grandson (a part also split between two actors, Jonathan Bennett and Jackson Bond) to relate the stories behind three of his wartime mementos.

Mike & Molly
8:30 p.m. on CBS

A fishing excursion intended only for men becomes a much different trek when Carl (Reno Wilson) brings Victoria (Katy Mixon) along in "Gone Cheatin'." Mike (Billy Gardell) isn't happy about that unexpected addition to the list of participants, giving the occasion a tense tone that might even keep the fish from biting. Melissa McCarthy, Swoosie Kurtz and Nyambi Nyambi also star.

Scorpion
9 p.m. on CBS

Nothing less than the start of World War III hangs in the balance as the team gets involved in covert peace talks in "Once Bitten, Twice Die." If the effort by Walter (Elyes Gabel) and his colleagues fails, Eastern Europe could erupt in chaos that eventually engulfs other governments and military forces globally. Robert Patrick, Katharine McPhee and Eddie Kaye Thomas also star.

The Homefront
9 p.m. on PBS

It's a given that while members of the military are performing their duties, others are affected - very particularly, the loved ones they leave to serve America. This new two-hour special profiles a number of families connected to the various branches of the Armed Forces, with enlisted men and women talking about finding and keeping the balance between the patriotic and the personal. Spouses and children are among others who also give their perspectives.

Shahs of Sunset
9 p.m. on BRAVO

As the rest of the group packs in preparation to depart for Reza's destination wedding in Thailand, Mike decides to meet with GG to discuss the rumors that have been swirling for months. As for the trip itself, it's a combination of romance and drama (as usual) that finds Asifa and Bobby approaching the breaking point in their relationship while 8,000 miles from home in the new episode "Big Trouble in Little Phuket."

Texas Rising
9 p.m. on HIST

Following a brutal defeat at the Alamo, the fearless Texas Rangers under the command of Gen. Sam Houston (Bill Paxton) wage a battle for revenge against the Mexican troops of the ruthless Gen. Santa Anna (Olivier Martinez) in this epic five-part, 10-hour historical miniseries premiering tonight. The huge cast also includes Brendan Fraser, Ray Liotta, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Thomas Jane, Crispin Glover, Jeff Fahey, Rob Morrow and Kris Kristofferson.

Grace of Monaco
9 p.m. on LIFE

Despite an A-list cast headed by Nicole Kidman in the title role, this 2014 biopic never got a U.S. theatrical release, which isn't exactly a ringing endorsement. Set in 1962, six years after her "wedding of the century" to Prince Rainier III (Tim Roth), the film finds Grace Kelly trying to transition from her Oscar-winning Hollywood career to her new life in Monaco. Frank Langella co-stars as a priest who becomes Grace's confidante, while Paz Vega plays tempestuous opera star Maria Callas.

Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern
9 p.m. on TRAV

A new episode set in Panama City, Panama, finds host Andrew Zimmern at one of the crossroads of the world, where he samples such exotic fare as chicken foot souse, iguana meat and eggs, beef lung and aphrodisiac smoothies. He also finds time (and belly room) to nosh on some Chinese-Panamanian kosher cheese.

American Dad
9 p.m. on WTBS

Series creator Seth MacFarlane and his creative team frequently take pleasure in going "meta" with their shows, as in this new episode called "American Fung," which finds the show "American Dad" being sold to a Chinese businessman. On a somewhat more conventional sitcom note, Stan (voice of MacFarlane) forgets his wedding anniversary, so he does what any absent-minded husband would do in that dilemma: He has wife Francine (voice of Wendy Schaal) committed to an insane asylum.

NCIS: Los Angeles
9:59 p.m. on CBS

Callen and Sam (Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J) are up to their necks in danger - quite literally - in "Deep Trouble, Part II." The agents are aboard an armed submarine primed by terrorists to strike an aircraft carrier in San Diego ... but the sub may end up becoming a target itself. Hetty (Linda Hunt) abandons a planned trip to Washington. D.C., to stay and help her operatives.

The Island
10 p.m. on NBC

If you're on a show that involves Bear Grylls, you know immediately that you'd better be in good shape for it. His new, unscripted series has elements of "Survivor," but leaves it to the 14 male participants to record the events themselves. They're placed on a deserted island and left to their own devices - and any others they can find - to generate a new existence for themselves. A trauma surgeon and a criminal defense attorney are among those challenged.

Guilty Pleasures
10 p.m. on FOOD

The title says it all in this new six-episode series that features such Food Network personalities as Bobby Flay, Alex Guarnaschelli, Robert Irvine, Rachael Ray and others as they reveal the their most decadent culinary indulgences as well as the creators of those guilty pleasures. In the series premiere, Duff Goldman digs into a banana split big enough for King Kong, while Flay reveals a Sin City Italian meat and cheese masterpiece and Irvine raves about an impossibly indulgent bacon mac and cheeseburger.

Time Traveling With Brian Unger
10 p.m. on TRAV

In 1900 Galveston, Texas, Brian ushers his "tour group" through the deadliest hurricane in the history of the United States. Next, he heads to St. Augustine, Fla. - the oldest city in America - to seek the fabled Fountain of Youth and give his charges a taste of Florida life in the 1500s in the new episode "Eye of the Storm, Fountain of Youth."

 
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