ALSO SEE: NFL Preseason 2018 TV Schedule
All Times Eastern.
Thursday, Aug. 2
NFL Preseason: Hall of Fame Game: Chicago vs. Baltimore
NBC, 8pm Live
The 2018 NFL preseason kicks off tonight with the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, as the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens compete in this exhibition at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
Jamie & Jimmy’s Food Fight Club
This series is based in the Southend, England, café of childhood friends Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty. While Jamie cooks up his ultimate weekend recipes, Jimmy heads outdoors and rustles up magnificent feasts from wild ingredients. The boys are joined by a host of celebrity friends — such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson and Michael Sheen — who pop in to learn how to cook the dishes they’ve always loved. Jamie and Jimmy also hit the road, spreading the word about exciting new food campaigns.
The Gong Show
Rob Riggle (The Daily Show), Ken Jeong (Dr. Ken) and Kristen Schaal (The Last Man on Earth) are this week’s celebrity judges.
The Four: Battle for Stardom: “The Finale”
The final four face their biggest competition yet — each other. Whoever impresses judges Sean “Diddy” Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor the most will win this season’s title and earn a record contract with Republic Records, career guidance from the panel and the title of iHeart Radio’s “On the Verge” artist.
Shahs of Sunset
Feisty best friends Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi, Mercedes “MJ” Javid, Mike Shouhed and Reza Farahan have gone through just about everything together, and in Season 7, the adventure is only just beginning. Familiar face Destiney Rose is back with the group, and when Mike introduces branding executive Nema Vand to the crew, the self-professed “whitewashed Persian” wastes no time in shaking things up.
Queen of the South: “Reina de Espadas”
USA Network, 9pm
Rocked by a deeply personal tragedy, Teresa (Alice Braga) battles a dangerous sicario and a mutiny within her own ranks.
Take Two: “About Last Night”
In the new episode “About Last Night,” Sam (Rachel Bilson) and Eddie (Eddie Cibrian) wake up in bed together, naked, with no memory of the previous night. When they realize the whole previous day is a complete blank, they suspect that they were purposely drugged.
Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders: Making the Team
The hit docuseries that captures the rigorous path to becoming a member of the elite Dallas Cowboys cheerleading squad returns for its lucky 13th season. This year, returning vets will battle for spots among a talented crop of rookies, including seasoned cheerleaders from the worlds of the NFL, NBA and NHL; the first runner-up in the 2017 Miss America competition; professional hip-hop dancers; and a former competitive ice skater.
Someone You Thought You Knew
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
This series shows that in homicide cases, it is seldom strangers you need to worry about — it’s those closest to you. Even when the killing appears to be random, there can be something more sinister lying beneath the surface: a calculated plot set in motion by someone else, someone hiding in plain sight or someone leading a double life. What if the killer could be someone you thought you knew?
Shooter: “Swing Vote”
USA Network, 10pm
Close to solving the mystery of Earl’s death, Bob Lee (Ryan Phillippe) and Isaac (Omar Epps) meet with a former “dark lord” of the Pentagon. Meanwhile, Nadine (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) is sent on a dangerous mission by a DOJ agent.
This new reality series showcases Nashville as the premier location for destination bachelor/bachelorette party weekends and follows a group of exclusive event planners. The staff of Bach Weekend works tirelessly to design and execute over-the-top VIP weekends that include zip lining, whiskey tasting, fine dining, exclusive parties and live music. CEO Robbie Goldsmith prides himself on his staff’s ability to create an unforgettable experience for its clientele and says, “We want to make sure that the bride and groom know that they and their friends celebrated in an amazing place, and we helped facilitate it.”
Friday, Aug. 3
When a workaholic young executive (Kristen Bell) is left at the altar, she ends up on her Caribbean honeymoon cruise with the last person she ever expected: her estranged and equally driven father (Kelsey Grammer). The two depart as strangers, but over the course of a few hilarious adventures, some umbrella-topped cocktails and a whole lot of soul-searching, they return with a renewed appreciation for family and life.
Quantico: “Who Are You?”
The team is in Ireland, and when they finally come face-to-face with Conor Devlin (Timothy V. Murphy), not everyone comes out alive. And Alex (Priyanka Chopra) makes a life-changing decision about her future.
Discovery Channel, 8pm
The robot-fight series is back. Chris Rose and Kenny Florian call the action, with Jessica Chobot serving as sideline reporter and Faruq Tauheed as ring announcer. The new episodes will also be aired on Science Channel Wednesdays beginning Aug. 8.
Wynonna Earp: “Colder Weather”
The team must come to terms with the consequences of their actions. Meanwhile, someone claiming to be from Black Badge Division arrives in Purgatory.
Mad Dog Made
Discovery Channel, 10pm
When the Secret Service, FBI, Navy SEALs, military, paramilitary, police forces and firefighters need state-of-the-art, highly customized handheld weapons or tools, they turn to Kevin “Mad Dog” McClung. Each episode of this series follows Mad Dog and his team as they build an item for various clients, from special forces to survivalists.
Brandi Carlile in Concert — A Bluegrass Underground Special
Deep inside The Caverns, Bluegrass Underground presents a concert special by roots-rocker Brandi Carlile. With amazing vocals, string arrangements and searing guitar, here are personal songs of love, joy and loss from a growing Americana legend.
Killjoys: “Bro-d Trip”
Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) manipulates D’av (Luke Macfarlane) into helping him find a green pool, while Zeph (Kelly McCormack) faces possible death.
The animated adult television series returns for a 10-episode third season that visits a humanless, postapocalyptic Big Apple, blending live-action and animated segments along with the show’s usual eclectic casting.
Random Acts of Flyness
HBO, 12am (late night)
A fluid, stream-of-consciousness response to the contemporary American mediascape, each episode of this new series from artist Terence Nance features a handful of interconnected vignettes, showcasing an ensemble cast of emerging and established talent. The show is a mix of vérité documentary, musical performances, surrealist melodrama and humorous animation, weaving together such themes as ancestral trauma, history, death, the singularity, romance and more.
Saturday, Aug. 4
Major League Baseball
FS1, beginning at 4pm Live
A Saturday MLB doubleheader on FS1 has the N.Y. Yankees at the Boston Red Sox in an AL East rivalry game, followed by the L.A. Angels at the Cleveland Indians.
2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony
ESPN & NFL Network, 7pm Live
Robert Brazile, Brian Dawkins, Jerry Kramer, Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Brian Urlacher and former GM Bobby Beathard will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 in this ceremony in Canton, Ohio. Owens has declined his invitation to the ceremony, choosing instead to deliver his acceptance speech at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
FX, 7pm Live
FX airs a preview special and live coverage of the UFC 227 preliminary bouts from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
A Summer to Remember
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Catherine Bell stars in this tropical rom-com as Jessica Tucker, a widow and successful doctor who travels to a resort in Fiji to unplug, spend time with her daughter (Samantha MacGillivray) and consider a promotion that would derail her dream of opening a private practice. Once on the island paradise, Jessica feels torn between a fellow traveler who is also a dashing surgeon (Paul O’Brien, Neighbours) and Will (Cameron Mathison), the charming owner of the resort.
Sunday, Aug. 5
Ultimate Summer Cook-Off
Food Network, 8pm
Former-NFL-star-turned-chef Eddie Jackson hosts this tasty new culinary competition where chefs put their reputations on the line to prepare their takes on classic summer foods. In the premiere episode, the six chefs have 30 minutes to create a hamburger using the ingredients found in a randomly selected cooler. The winner receives a major advantage in the next round when the chefs have 60 minutes to create two different hot dogs: one that’s fully loaded, and one that’s fully unexpected.
Celebrity Family Feud
Country music artist Scotty McCreery takes on actor/comedian Chris Kattan to win cash for their charities. In a separate game, actress Amber Riley (Glee) goes up against actress Tori Spelling and Spelling’s husband Dean McDermott.
The broadcast will showcase highlights of May’s music festival, which took place at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. Bobby Bones and Candace Cameron Bure hosted the concert, which boasted performances by country superstars. In addition to showing the concert’s best performances, this two-hour broadcast will feature never-before-seen collaborations, behind-the-scenes interviews with the artists, and guest appearances by Gavin DeGraw, Jana Kramer, Sam Palladio, Josh Henderson and cast members from the FOX drama The Gifted.
The $100,000 Pyramid
On this episode, Nick Lachey competes against Vanessa Lachey, and Gayle King faces off with Terrell Owens.
Keeping Up With the Kardashians
KUWTK returns for its 15th season facing a pending baby boom during which Kim welcomes her third child — this time via a surrogate — and Khloé and Kylie navigate motherhood for the first time. Also, Kim and Khloé question Kourtney’s priorities and drive, Kim becomes a social advocate, and Kendall continues to take the modeling world by storm. Plus, the competition turns fierce when the Kardashian-Jenner-West families tape an episode of Celebrity Family Feud to help Kanye fulfill one of his lifelong dreams.
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Star Meghan Ory shares that this season of the summery drama will focus on the struggles facing Abby (Ory) and Trace’s (Jesse Metcalfe) relationship as Trace’s music career takes off. In the premiere episode, “An Open Book,” Trace returns home after months away on tour, and fame follows him home and brings unwanted attention to Abby and her girls. Ory explains, “This is a small, cozy little town where everything is comfortable and familiar and safe, and all of a sudden there’s this new aspect to it, and the privacy that they once had is maybe not there in the same way.”
Garage Sale Mysteries: The Pandora’s Box Murders
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
This film kicks off the network’s second annual “Garage Sale Mysteries Month,” where Lori Loughlin stars in a new mystery every week. In this film, garage sale guru and amateur sleuth Jennifer Shannon (Loughlin) agrees to appear on a new reality TV series, where she comes in contact with a mysterious puzzle box that might hold a clue to its creator’s death. When the dead woman’s daughter-in-law is found dead just a few days later, Jennifer’s curiosity once again places her in harm’s way as she embarks on her own unorthodox investigation of the murders.
Ted Bundy: Serial Monster, Part 1
REELZ Channel, 9pm
This two-part, four-hour documentary special looks at Theodore “Ted” Bundy, one of America’s most infamous serial killers. It delves into the why and how behind his disturbing roots, obsessions, psychological tricks, narcissistic self-promotion and murderous aim. The program also explores Bundy’s amazing ability to cover his tracks and uncovers how he outwitted an army of investigators despite being identified by friends, colleagues and even his girlfriend. Part 2 airs Monday night.
To Tell the Truth
Sherri Shepherd, Joshua Malina, Ryan Hansen and Ayesha Curry make up the celebrity panel.
Jesse (Dominic Cooper), Tulip (Ruth Negga), Gran’ma (Betty Buckley) and Starr (Pip Torrens) form an uneasy partnership in order to avert the apocalypse.
Ultimate Ninja Challenge
Discovery Channel, 10pm
In the brutal cold of the unforgiving Pacific Northwest wilderness, nine modern-day warriors take on a relentless, 24-day survival challenge based on the ancient laws of the ninja. Eight grueling missions created by Jinichi Kawakami, the last known ninja, will push each competitor’s body, mind and spirit to their breaking points. Those who complete the entire challenge will receive a final lesson from the master himself in Iga City, Japan, the legendary home of the ninja.
The Tunnel: Vengeance
Karl and Elise face a tense and gripping showdown with the Pied Piper. There is also closure at last for Charlie Moreau as Karl and Olivier uncover the truth about his abduction.
The Venture Bros.
Adult Swim, 12am (late night)
The highly anticipated seventh season of the animated hit finds Team Venture in their cozy Manhattan lair dealing with everyday allies, enemies and the unknown.
Monday, Aug. 6
Little League Baseball World Series
ESPN2, beginning at 7pm Live
ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC share coverage of the Little League Baseball World Series regionals and championship tournament Aug. 6-26. Tonight, ESPN2 airs Southeast and Southwest regional semifinal games.
After having her heart broken post-proposal by Arie Luyendyk Jr. on the most recent season of The Bachelor, Becca Kufrin will, with any luck, get it right the first time, when she chooses between two suitors for the final rose boutonnière and, hopefully, her much deserved happily ever after.
So You Think You Can Dance: “Meet the Top 10”
FOX, 8pm Live
Tonight, the top 10 finalists perform live for the first time on the SYTYCD stage, in hopes of impressing the judges and America with their thrilling dance numbers.
Investigation Discovery, 8pm
Built on sugar cane production, New Iberia, La., is a complicated town with a strong history of racial divide predating the Civil War and the South’s Jim Crow era that most residents would argue is still very much alive in this town. On March 2, 2014, simmering racial tensions came to a boil when 22-year-old Victor White III was fatally — and suspiciously — shot in the back of a police car while handcuffed and being taken to the station. This documentary chronicles his family’s search for justice.
American Ninja Warrior: “Indianapolis City Finals”
In the fourth round of the City Finals, the top 30 Ninjas from the qualifying round will face an even tougher obstacle course that includes the brand-new Cane Lane and the grueling 10th obstacle, Spider Trap. Competitors taking on the course include: Brian Arnold, Jimmy Choi, Jesse “Flex” Labreck and Season 7 champion Isaac Caldiero.
Better Call Saul
As Season 4 begins, will Chuck McGill’s (Michael McKean) fiery death cement his affable brother Jimmy’s (Bob Odenkirk) transformation into Saul Goodman? How will that impact Jimmy’s relationship with Kim (Rhea Seehorn)? And how will Howard (Patrick Fabian) reconcile his own final moments with his former law partner? And who exactly is Lalo? As for Jimmy, “He’s done with trying to live up to virtuous exemplars. He’s done with trying to please anyone,” says Odenkirk.
Salvation: “The Madness of King Tanz”
Darius (Santiago Cabrera) vows revenge on the hacktivist group Re/Syst in the new episode “The Madness of King Tanz.”
Kids Baking Championship
Food Network, 9pm
Valerie Bertinelli and Ace of Cakes’ Duff Goldman return to oversee another batch of pint-size foodies competing for $25,000 in kitchen challenges that make us all look like culinary kindergarteners.
National Geographic & Nat Geo Wild, 9pm
No bear spray required for this real-time adventure in wondrous Yellowstone National Park. Top wildlife filmmakers bring you live coverage from 35 spectacular locations (hiya, Old Faithful!) in the second of four consecutive nights.
Ted Bundy: Serial Monster, Part 2
REELZ Channel, 9pm
The two-hour conclusion of a documentary look into infamous serial killer Theodore “Ted” Bundy airs tonight.
From executive producer Paul Giamatti and Middle Men author Jim Gavin comes this warmly funny “modern fable” about a lodge full of hopeful losers who aren’t sure if the meaning of life lies in the mysteries of alchemy that their fraternal order espouses or the tight friendships and beer-soaked good times they have right there in Lodge 49.
Elementary: “Through the Fog”
In the new episode “Through the Fog,” Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) and Watson (Lucy Liu) race to help Detective Bell (Jon Michael Hill) when he becomes a victim of a bioterrorism attack at the precinct and the station is quarantined.
Food Network, 10pm
Cupcake designer Ashley Foxen is known for making some of the most unique cupcakes in the world. At Reality Bites Cupcakes, her bakery in New York City, Ashley and her family create mouthwatering works of art that resemble anything their clients think up — from hot dogs and hamburgers to sushi rolls and pieces of fruit.
POV: “Still Tomorrow”
A village woman without a high-school diploma has become China’s most famous poet. Meet the breakout writer Yu Xihua, a woman with cerebral palsy, in this documentary that poignantly weaves her personal story with that of an ascendant, urbanizing China.
Tuesday, Aug. 7
Bachelor in Paradise
Season 5 of the bawdy Bachelor spinoff heads back to Mexico with another group of former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants, including Tia Booth, Nysha Norris, Annaliese Puccini, Chelsea Roy, Kendall Long, Krystal Nielson and Bibiana Julian of Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s season, and David Ravitz, Joe “Joe the Grocer” Amabile, Jordan Kimball, Nick Spetsas, Chris Randone, Connor Obrochta and John Graham from current Bachelorette Rebecca Kufrin’s season.
The CW, 8pm
Amid countless loyalty shifts and power grabs, the sci-fi drama’s fifth season — possibly its most brutal, thanks to Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) — comes to an end. Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Co. consider a desperate measure to protect their place on the ground against the space convicts led by McCreary (William Miller).
R&B group TLC makes a special guest appearance on tonight’s episode of the Jamie Foxx-hosted interactive game show.
No Passport Required: “Miami”
Chef Marcus Samuelsson explores the cuisine, culture and history of Miami’s Haitian community. From tropical, tangy soursop ice cream to mamba spread to soupe joumou and deep-fried pate korde, Marcus eats his way through Haiti’s culinary classics.
Face Off: Battle Royale: “Through the Looking Glass, Part 2”
As the makeup competition series says goodbye, the artists and teams create their short film, with one artist crowned the season champion.
A social study of sorts, ABC’s latest docuseries tests the human need for companionship under extreme circumstances as 12 individuals are dropped alone throughout various islets in Indonesia and challenged to survive with just their washed-up luggage, scattered resources and abandoned structures. The only way to leave is to persevere long enough to be rescued or to quit. As dramatic situations unfold on the remote islands, the series flashes back to the real lives of each participant in documentary fashion, demonstrating haunting parallels to the lives they left behind.
Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Cleveland Browns
After an 0-16 season, things can only get better for the Cleveland Browns. The new season of HBO’s Hard Knocks training camp reality series follows the Browns through workouts and the preseason as they try to take a step forward with No. 1 overall draft pick QB Baker Mayfield. The series airs Tuesdays through Sept. 4.
Making It: “Home Sweet Home”
The theme this week is homes, and Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman kick off the episode by challenging the Makers to work small and create a hometown terrarium that represents in miniature what makes their hometowns so special. After giving Amy, Nick and the judges a glimpse into their past, the Makers then must embrace their inner child in the Master Craft Challenge, where they create an impressive child’s play collection consisting of a fort and toy for the kids in their lives.
Frontline: “Documenting Hate: Charlottesville”
A revealing look at the white supremacists and neo-Nazis involved in the 2017 Charlottesville rally. An investigation with ProPublica shows how some of those behind the racist violence went unpunished and continued to operate around the country.
WGN America, 10pm
Jerry O’Connell stars as Harley Carter, a Hollywood star who retreats to his Canadian hometown after a very public — and very humiliating — red carpet meltdown. After the residents of the small town bombard him with requests to investigate local cases, Harley becomes a real-life detective and enlists the help of his childhood friends, Sam (Sydney Poitier Heartsong) and Dave (Kristian Bruun). O’Connell says, “I just think that genre of non-police person helping real police person [is] a formula that works on TV.”
Wednesday, Aug. 8
Filmed during Nashville’s 47th annual CMA Fest in June, this three-hour special showcases country music’s hottest acts as they hit the stage during the four-day festival. Don’t miss performances by Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Brothers Osborne, Kane Brown, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Dan + Shay, Brett Eldredge, Florida Georgia Line, Sam Hunt, Dustin Lynch, Midland, Old Dominion, Jake Owen, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, Cole Swindell, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Brett Young and more.
MasterChef: “Frying Tonight”
The top 13 are tasked with making a dish with a deep-fried element — and MasterChef turns up the heat on the contestants as the judges cook alongside them.
Outback: “The Dry Season”
The new episode “The Dry Season” explores how Australia’s rugged Kimberley region lives during the dry winter between May and October. The vast area is home to some of the world’s biggest cattle ranches, and rodeos are a part of life. Off the coast, divers scour the seafloor for oysters that will be “seeded” for pearls. And trackers search the shoreline for impressions left in the rock by dinosaurs of the Late Cretaceous period.
Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back: “Patrick Molloy’s”
Gordon Ramsay and his Hell on Wheels crew head to Patrick Molloy’s, a California establishment on the brink of disaster. Some intense undercover work unearths a deep-seated feud among the family that owns the bar and restaurant. But can the team turn things around for Patrick Molloy’s in just 24 hours?
Wonders of Mexico: “Mountain Worlds”
Travel south of the border to discover mountains full of black bears, fiery volcanoes, exquisite birds and millions of monarch butterflies. Mountains dominate Mexico, shaping life and culture in this diverse land.
Science Channel, 9pm
Catch encore episodes of the robot-fight series Wednesdays on Science Channel if you miss them Fridays on Discovery Channel.
DIY Network, 10pm
Master craftsman Tim McClellan’s renovations focus on Arizona mining towns that went bust, leaving behind character-rich buildings aching to be lived in and loved.
The Sarah Shahi- and Dennis Haysbert-led sci-fi drama ends its first season tonight.
Thursday, Aug. 9
Golf: PGA Championship: First Round
TNT, 2pm Live
Golf’s final major of 2018 is played at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis. Defending champion Justin Thomas will be challenged by contenders Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler. TNT and CBS share coverage of the tournament through Sunday. The PGA Championship will be played in May starting in 2019.
“The Simpsons” Marathon
FXX, beginning at 8pm
The Simpsons experience the not-so-great outdoors in this marathon of campy episodes including “Kamp Krusty” (1992), “Kamp Krustier” (2017), “The Call of the Simpsons” (1990), “Boy Scoutz ’n the Hood” (1993) and “Das Bus” (1998).
When the Beat Drops
This documentary explores how Anthony Davis and his crew of fellow gay African-American men helped grow “bucking” — an electric and subversive underground dance scene — into a national movement, complete with fierce competitions. In the process, Davis created a haven for a generation of displaced black gay men. The film is the long-form directorial debut of internationally acclaimed choreographer Jamal Sims, and it debuted at the 2018 Miami Film Festival, where it won the Knight Documentary Achievement Award.
Celebrity panelists for tonight’s episode are Jason Alexander, Sheryl Underwood, Gabriel Iglesias, Constance Zimmer, Anjelah Johnson and golfer Bubba Watson.
Flip or Flop: “Rock Bottom Flip”
A 1,500-square-foot money pit in Whittier, Calif., presents the latest challenge for renovators Tarek El Moussa and ex-wife Christina. Everything needs updating, especially that monster fireplace in the center.
Trial & Error: Lady, Killer: “A Change in the Team”
After Dwayne (Steven Boyer) testifies on the prosecution’s behalf and dismantles the timeline they established, Lavinia (Kristin Chenoweth) pressures Josh to fire Dwayne. Dwayne redeems himself when he stumbles on a big break in the case, leading to a shocking confession and Josh (Nicholas D’Agosto) winning Lavinia’s case. Another new episode follows.
Queen of the South: “El Carro”
USA Network, 9pm
In a bold plan to take over all drug distribution in Phoenix, Teresa (Alice Braga) makes a deal with the devil.
Take Two: “All About Ava”
In the new episode “All About Ava,” Sam (Rachel Bilson) takes an unexpected journey into her past when she and Eddie (Eddie Cibrian) are called on to investigate the seemingly accidental death of Ava Day, star of the ’90s sitcom that was Sam’s acting debut.
Snowfall: “Jingle Bell Rock”
In the new episode “Jingle Bell Rock,” Franklin (Damson Idris) takes steps to ensure his crew’s loyalty when he finds their morale has slipped.
Shooter: “The Red Badge”
USA Network, 10pm
An attempt on Sam’s life leads the Swaggers to shocking information left behind by Earl, which may have led to his death. Nadine (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) and Isaac’s (Omar Epps) team takes a run at one of the heads of Atlas.
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
“Hi Bob!” Not only is that the way host Jimmy Kimmel will likely greet guest Bob Newhart, but it’s also the name of the TV legend’s new Audible series (featuring his chats with Will Ferrell, Lisa Kudrow and others), which you’ll undoubtedly hear more about tonight.
Friday, Aug. 10
Ordeal by Innocence
Agatha Christie’s novel Ordeal by Innocence comes to life in this three-episode limited series starring an ensemble cast that includes Bill Nighy, Anthony Boyle, Anna Chancellor, Morven Christie, Crystal Clarke, Christian Cooke, Alice Eve, Matthew Goode, Ella Purnell, Eleanor Tomlinson and Luke Treadaway. In Ordeal by Innocence, the Argyll family finds old wounds reopened when a man turns up and claims that the black sheep of the family, Jack Argyll, could not have murdered its tyrannical matriarch. The family must come to terms with Jack’s innocence and with the fact that one of them may be the real murderer.
All About the Washingtons
Founding Run-D.M.C. member Rev Run (real name Joseph Simmons) and his wife, Justine Simmons, play fictionalized versions of themselves — husband and wife Joey and Justine Washington — in this autobiographical family sitcom. After Joey decides to retire from his long and legendary hip-hop career, Justine takes advantage of the opportunity to pursue a career of her own now that Joey is available to focus on raising the kids and keeping the house in order.
La Casa de las Flores
This dark, Spanish-language comedy series revolves around a seemingly successful and idyllic family-run flower business full of dysfunctional secrets. One day, the patriarch finds out his longtime mistress has suddenly passed away, and he decides to bring the children he had with her into the household alongside his current wife and family, who didn’t know the others existed.
Debby Ryan, Dallas Roberts and Alyssa Milano star in this series that is described as a “dark, twisted revenge comedy.” After being bullied and ignored for years because of her weight, Patty (Ryan) suddenly finds herself thin and is out for payback against anyone who ever made her feel bad about herself. Disgraced attorney Bob (Roberts) sees Patty’s potential and helps turn her into the top pageant queen in the country. But neither Bob nor his wife Coralee (Milano) realize how deep Patty’s desire for revenge goes.
When four teens go on a spring break camping trip, an unfortunate accident sets off a race against time to save their friend’s most prized possession.
Disney Channel, 8pm
The beloved body-swap story gets a music-driven adaptation. Heidi Blickenstaff (the stage production of Freaky Friday) stars as Katherine Blake, a busy mom who tries in vain to understand her teenage daughter, Ellie (Dolphin Tale’s Cozi Zuehlsdorff), who is struggling with her father’s death and her mom’s upcoming remarriage. When Katherine won’t allow Ellie to join “The Hunt,” an epic all-night scavenger quest, the two wish the other would change her ways, and they magically swap bodies. While they try to remedy their problem, they must spend the day in each other’s shoes.
Wynonna Earp: “No Cure for Crazy”
The forest reveals its secrets — and a clue to Nicole’s (Katherine Barrell) past. Meanwhile, Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) pays an unexpected visit to her mother.
Great Performances: “Chicago Voices”
Celebrate Chicago’s vibrant music culture with performances by Renée Fleming, Broadway’s Jessie Mueller, rap artist Lupe Fiasco, folk legend John Prine, pop and gospel singer Michelle Williams, and world-renowned tenor Matthew Polenzani.
Killjoys: “What to Expect When You’re Expecting … an Alien Parasite”
Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) awakens to John (Aaron Ashmore) at the brink of madness, and the birth of D’av’s (Luke Macfarlane) child.
Saturday, Aug. 11
The Champion Within
A drop of Saturday-morning inspiration: Today on the series about real-life athletes overcoming adversity, an English Premier League soccer team gives a boost to kids in New York City’s Harlem.
Little League Baseball World Series: Regional Finals
ESPN, beginning at 11am Live
ESPN airs six regional final games from the Little League Baseball World Series tournament.
Tennis: Rogers Cup: Semifinals
ESPN2, beginning at 1pm Live
ESPN2 has live coverage of the Rogers Cup semifinal round today with both women’s matches from IGA Stadium in Montreal and both men’s matches from Aviva Centre in Toronto.
Love at Sea
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Real-life couple Carlos and Alexa PenaVega star in this adaptation of Barbara Oliverio’s book Love on the Lido Deck. When event planner Olivia Grayham (Alexa PenaVega) accompanies her best friend — a popular YouTube star — on a Caribbean cruise, Olivia has planned every detail. But when she’s paired with Tony Rieves (Carlos PenaVega), the cruise director’s second-in-command who has his own ideas for onboard activities, Olivia must adjust. She realizes that there are some things — like falling in love — that can’t be planned.
I Am Paul Walker
Paramount Network, 9pm
The parents and siblings of the charismatic actor — who died in a 2013 car crash — open up in new interviews.
The Vanilla Ice Project
DIY Network, 10pm
The onetime rapper is approaching the 100-episode mark with his home-renovation series, so by now every jokey reference to his past has been made. But we still bet his work is nice, nice, baby.
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
Stacy Kaiser, a licensed psychotherapist and relationship expert, and Dr. Brian Russell, an attorney as well as a forensic and clinical psychologist, are back for a new season of exploring tumultuous, shocking and high-stakes divorces and the murders linked to them.
Mind Your Business With Mahisha
In this cleverly titled new reality show, entrepreneur Mahisha Dellinger shares her expertise — and pulls no punches — with other female business owners.