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All eyes this year on Caitlyn Jenner, who is scheduled to receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award."Twinning" (VH1 at 9) Reality/competition.
Sets of twins test their intuition theory to compete against one another for a cash prize of 2,222.22.*"Nova: Chasing Pluto" (PBS, check local listings) This special will feature what we all hope are some really nifty close-up shots from the New Horizon probe of the faraway planet-that's-not-a-planet."Geeks Who Drink" (Syfy at 10) Game show based on pop-culture trivia contests in pubs."Reactor" (Syfy at ) Comedy/talk show hosted by David Huntsberger with a focus on pop culture and science-fiction.*"Tut" (Spike at 8) Limited original series (three nights; six hours) about the young Egyptian king Tutankhamun (Avan Jogia) and the palace politics occurring around him.
Premiered June 12.*"Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell" (Saturdays at 9 on BBC America) Based on the best-selling novel by Susanna Clarke, seven-part miniseries stars Eddie Marsan and Bertie Carvel as 18th-century magicians who join England's war against Napoleon.
Premiered June 13."The Making of the Mob" (Mondays at 9 on AMC) For viewers who never tire of the mafia, Ray Liotta narrates this eight-part documentary series about the history of organized crime in New York in the early 20th century — material you should be somewhat familiar with if you watched "Boardwalk Empire." Premiered June 15."Over My Dead Body" (Mondays at 9 on Investigation Discovery) Actress Linda Hamilton (of the early "Terminator" movies) hosts docuseries that tells true stories of women who fought off attackers.
(Probably no i Pads, either.)"Anne Frank's Holocaust" (National Geographic at 8) Two-hour special traces what probably happened to Anne Frank (and so many others) in a Nazi concentration camp after her famous diary comes to an abrupt end on Aug.
4, 1944.*"Requiem for the Dead: American Spring 2014" (HBO at 8) Documentary artfully assembled from social network postings and police files tells the stories of some of the 8,000 or so Americans who died from gunfire in the spring of last year, including accidents, domestic violence, suicides, murders and other incidents."POV: Out in the Night" (PBS; check local listings) Follows the roles that sexual identity and gender played in the case of a group of African-American lesbians who were charged with the attempted murder of a man who threatened them on a New York street."Forged in Fire" (History at 9) Master bladesmiths compete against one another to craft the perfect weapon, using raw steel."Love Can't Weight" (ABC at 8) Three-episode companion series to "Extreme Weight Loss."*"Another Period" (Comedy Central at ) Creators Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome's clever mash-up of a Kardashian-style reality show and a "Downton Abbey"-esque drama, about the travails of the Bellacourt family (and their servants) in uppercrust Newport, Rhode Island, at the turn of the 20th century.*"What Happened, Miss Simone?
Premieres after the season return of "Key and Peele.""The Spoils Before Dying" (IFC at 8) Prolonging a very windy joke that started with "The Spoils of Babylon," this miniseries adapts the first epic novel of faux-best-selling author Eric Jonrosh (Will Ferrell)."Dates" (CW at 8) A British dramedy series in which each episode tells the story of a first date between two people who met online.
A great-niece discovers Wilkinson's belongings in an attic and wants to know more."POV: Return to Homs" (PBS, check local listings) Documentary about a 19-year-old man trying to survive in the besieged Syrian city of Homs."Humanity From Space" (PBS, check listings) A survey, from an orbiting perspective, of the many ways humans have left their mark on the planet and transformed it."Knock Knock Live" (Fox at 8) Reality show hosted by Ryan Seacrest, who sends teams, which include some celebs and pro athletes, out across the country to knock on people's doors and give them the opportunity to win cash in a series of inventive games and quizzes, "taking an ordinary day and making it unforgettable.""The Agent" (Esquire at 9) Docuseries about the high-stakes world of being an NFL agent.*"Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! ) of the massive publicity campaign related to the transition of Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce."Stewarts & Hamiltons" (E!A., as everyone pedals furiously toward hell."Million Dollar Listing San Francisco" (Bravo at 9) More real-estate sadomasochism, in what is arguably the nation's most competitive market.*"Why?With Hannibal Buress" (Comedy Central at ) Topical comedy series (it's taped within a week of airdate, to keep it newsy) features comedian Buress' stand-up, taped segments (that may well be the next "smart comedian take" videos filling up your Twitter feed) and interviews." (Netflix streaming) Liz Garbus's documentary about the singer and activist Nina Simone."Teen Beach 2" (Disney Channel at 7) A sequel to the goofy/retro beach-themed musical."Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in Pyongyang" (Showtime at 8) Documentary follows the former NBA star, who has an unlikely friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, as he tries to stage a friendly basketball game in the country to promote peace between to the two nations."Glen Campbell ...I'll Be Me" (CNN at 8) TV premiere of the acclaimed documentary about the country singer's struggle with Alzheimer's. )"Food Paradise International" (Travel at 8) Another show about incredibly good food (or food that at least looks good) discovered (or re-discovered) in faraway places."Epic Attractions" (Travel at 9) Learn some of the secrets to building and maintaining some of the world's most thrilling theme-park rides.