ALSO SEE: NFL Preseason 2018 TV Schedule
All Times Eastern.
Friday, Aug. 24
Discovery Channel, 9pm
In the two centuries since it was hidden by the Jesuits, the Sacambaya treasure has left all who’ve chased it either broke or dead. Now, led by the sole survivor of the last failed attempt and armed with an 18th-century manuscript and the most cutting-edge 21st-century heavy equipment and technology, a new team of adventurers is setting out to recover the $2 billion haul from an uncharted Bolivian mountain range in the former territory of the ancient Incas.
— TreasureQuest (@TreasureQuestTV) August 24, 2018
From Blumhouse, the production company behind creepy feature-film hits like Paranormal Activity and Get Out, this chilling three-episode series is about a prisoner who arrives at a remote military interrogation center only to turn the tables on his questioners, exposing their most shameful secrets. Ghoul is Netflix’s first Indian original horror series and features elements based on Arabic folklore.
When teenagers Harry (Percelle Ascott) and June (Sorcha Groundsell) run away from their repressive families to be together, they are derailed by an extraordinary discovery — June’s ability to shape-shift. As the star-crossed lovers struggle to control this strange new power, a mysterious professor (Guy Pearce) reveals that June is not alone; there are more shifters out there like her, and he promises to cure June and reunite her with the mother who deserted her.
NFL Preseason: Detroit at Tampa Bay
CBS, 8pm Live
The Detroit Lions head to Raymond James Stadium in Florida for a Week 3 preseason matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Mark Burnett’s early 2000s boxing competition series gets up off the canvas for a revival with 12 brand-new episodes. Hosted by undefeated boxing champ Andre “Son of God” Ward, the series will follow 16 fighters as they push their limits in grueling elimination-style fights. They will be overseen by legendary boxing coach Freddie Roach and renowned Philadelphia trainer Naazim Richardson, and ultimately, one fighter will be declared the show’s new 160-pound middleweight champion and take home a six-figure purse.
Wynonna Earp: “If We Make It Through December”
It’s the holiday season in Purgatory, and Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) teams up with a new ally to search for a missing kid on Christmas Day. Meanwhile, Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) learns more about her father.
Cooking Channel, 10pm
Really, the only way to kick off this extreme baking showcase is with cakes designed to look like the Hollywood skyline, a glow-in-the-dark jellyfish and an authentic piñata.
Killjoys: “Baby, Face Killer”
Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) trains Jaq (Aaron Ashmore) to fight an unstoppable enemy as Pree (Thom Allison) and Fancy (Sean Baek) look for the missing Gared (Gavin Fox).
Kevin Hart Presents: The Next Level
Comedy Central, 11pm
This showcase for rising standups hands Jeff Horste the mic tonight. One nugget from the Detroit comic: “You can learn a lot just from talking to people older than you. I had a conversation with this old guy one time and he was telling me, ‘When I was your age, we were so poor, we had to put water in our cereal.’ That’s disgusting, gramps. Fun fact about cereal: You can have it plain. Just eat it dry. What’s wrong with you? I don’t know if you’re poor. I do know you made poor decisions.”
The outrageous series, hosted and executive produced by Terrence J, returns for its second season. In each episode, a pair of close celebrity friends act as “captains” of teams of comedians that compete head-to-head in games and challenges that push them out of their comfort zone. At the end of every episode, the losing captain must answer three unfiltered questions while hooked up to a lie detector. In the first episode, Michael B. Jordan faces off against Steelo Brim, with special guests Tiffany Haddish and Issa Rae.
Saturday, Aug. 25
NASCAR Xfinity Series: Johnsonville 180
NBCSN, 3pm Live
Top NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers Elliott Sadler, Cole Custer, Daniel Hemric, Tyler Reddick and Christopher Bell compete on the 4-mile, 14-turn Road America circuit in Elkhart Lake, Wis.
Major League Baseball
FS1, beginning at 4pm Live
A quartet of NL East teams are in action for today’s MLB doubleheader on FS1 with the Washington Nationals at the N.Y. Mets and the Atlanta Braves at the Miami Marlins.
College Football: North Carolina A&T vs. Jacksonville State
ESPN, 7pm Live
The defending HBCU national champion North Carolina A&T Aggies and the four-time defending Ohio Valley Conference champion Jacksonville State Gamecocks square off in the 2018 Guardian Credit Union FCS Kickoff tonight at the Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Ala.
NFL Preseason: New Orleans at L.A. Chargers
CBS, 8pm Live
CBS airs this Week 3 preseason game between the New Orleans Saints and the L.A. Chargers at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.
Verizon IndyCar Series: Bommarito Automotive Group 500
NBCSN, 8:30pm Live
Gateway Motorsports Park near St. Louis is the site of the Verizon IndyCar Series Bommarito Automotive Group 500, featuring top drivers Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden, Alexander Rossi and Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Planet Earth: Mission Galapagos
BBC America, 9pm
This three-part series from the BBC makes its U.S. debut tonight on BBC America. Mission Galapagos follows an expedition to the archipelago off the coast of Ecuador that was made famous by the work of Charles Darwin. Biologist Liz Bonnin joins the crew of research vessel Alucia to study one of the world’s most fascinating environments and learn how it can be protected.
Season for Love
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Autumn Reeser stars as a talented chef who, when she returns to her Texas hometown, winds up entering the town’s famous BBQ cookoff. She gets more than she bargained for when the surprise judge turns out to be her high school love (Marc Blucas).
Sunday, Aug. 26
Little League Baseball World Series: Championship
ABC, 3pm Live
The U.S. champion takes on the international champion today at Howard J. Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pa., for the 2018 Little League World Series title.
FOX & NBC, beginning at 4pm Live
Week 3 of the NFL preseason wraps up with the Cincinnati Bengals at the Buffalo Bills on FOX, followed by the Arizona Cardinals at the Dallas Cowboys on NBC.
OBJECTified: Willie Nelson
FOX News Channel, 8pm
On this edition of FOX News Channel’s OBJECTified, host Harvey Levin visits music icon Willie Nelson in his tour bus as Nelson shares his life story by showcasing his favorite objects that he has chosen to keep close throughout the years. During the episode, Nelson will journey through his experience with unhealthy marriages, his DJ career and the marijuana pen he has engraved with his name.
Celebrity Family Feud
Who will prevail: Vanilla Ice or Tootie? The ’90s rapper competes against actress/director Kim Fields (The Facts of Life). Then, Ice-T (Law & Order: SVU) and his wife Coco compete against Vivica A. Fox (Empire), along with their families.
Ultimate Summer Cook-Off
Food Network, 8pm
The final three chefs prepare their best summer dishes in hopes of impressing host Eddie Jackson, judges Damaris Phillips and Jamika Pessoa, and a special guest judge. The winner takes home $25,000 and the title of Ultimate Summer Cook-Off Champion.
The Cowboy Way
Alabama’s Faith Cattle Company saddles up for a fourth ride through this unscripted look at traditional America. In this installment, the team — Bubba Thompson, Cody Harris and Chris “Booger” Brown — is entrusted with a rancher’s million-dollar herd.
The $100,000 Pyramid
Tonight, Rita Moreno and Justina Machado (both of Netflix’s One Day at a Time) face off first. Then, Leslie Jones (SNL) competes against Modern Family’s Julie Bowen.
Garage Sale Mysteries: Murder in D Minor
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
When a local art collector dies and his expansive collection is auctioned off, garage sale guru and amateur sleuth Jennifer Shannon (Lori Loughlin) and her business partner purchase a rare piece. But when the provenance of the entire collection comes into question, and Jenn determines that the man may have a secret stash of ill-gotten treasures hidden away, she finds herself investigating a premeditated murder.
HBO’s thrilling limited series based on the 2006 Gillian Flynn novel and starring Amy Adams, Patricia Clarkson, Eliza Scanlen and Henry Czerny comes to a shattering conclusion.
Tasha St. Patrick, the savvy matriarch played by Naturi Naughton on Starz’s hit drama Power, is not a woman to be trifled with under the best of circumstances. And that certainly wouldn’t describe the past five seasons. Her marriage to drug kingpin James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) has disintegrated. Her son, Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.), is slipping into the criminal life. Daughter Raina (Donshea Hopkins) was recently murdered. So it’s no wonder Tasha is finally ready to snap.
To Tell the Truth
Who’s the sexiest teacher alive? The longest-working “Rosie the Riveter”? A bug whisperer? The game show’s final celebrity panel of the summer — Sherri Shepherd, Lauren Ash, Curtis Stone and Joshua Malina — tries to separate the real deals from the fibbing imposters.
America to Me
Why is there so often a gap in test scores between white and African-American students? For this provocative and moving documentary series, filmmaker Steve James (Hoop Dreams) spent a year at Chicago’s respected Oak Park and River Forest High School talking to educators, parents and, most of all, kids to explore race and education. “I wanted to focus on a racially diverse school that had none of the usual obstacles of poverty, violence and underfunding,” he says. Tracking 12 students, mostly of color, with varying interests and abilities, the series explores their ambition to succeed as well as their sense of inequality and desire for social change.
Our Cartoon President
Tonight, the animated series from executive producer Stephen Colbert, showrunner R.J. Fried and Late Show executive producer Chris Licht ends its first season. The series follows the true-ish misadventures of the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump, and his advisers and family members.
Monday, Aug. 27
Tennis: US Open: First Round
ESPN & ESPN2, beginning at 12pm Live
The year’s last Grand Slam returns to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, N.Y., with US Open early rounds beginning today. Rafael Nadal and Sloane Stephens are reigning singles champions. ESPN and ESPN2 combine to televise the tournament through Sept. 9.
“The Simpsons” Marathon
FXX, beginning at 6pm
Episodes of The Simpsons from Seasons 7-8 are in tonight’s marathon on FXX. Highlights include “The Day the Violence Died,” “A Fish Called Selma,” “Bart on the Road,” “22 Short Films About Springfield,” “Homerpalooza” and “You Only Move Twice.”
So You Think You Can Dance: “Top 6 Perform”
FOX, 8pm Live
During tonight’s two-hour episode, two of the top six dancers are sent home, and only four dancers will stay in the running to be named America’s Favorite Dancer.
Better Call Saul: “Talk”
A restless Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) embarks on a new endeavor, while Kim (Rhea Seehorn) chases her bliss. Meanwhile, Mike (Jonathan Banks) burns bridges, and Nacho (Michael Mando) tries to survive a turf war.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The CW, 9pm
No one escapes without a silly prop on his head tonight: The improv comedy’s Colin Mochrie puts on a hat shaped like a shark, Wayne Brady flutters his eyelashes in a wig of bright red braids, Ryan Stiles sports a sailor cap and guest Greg Proops assumes a crown.
Nine eligible gents compete for the heart of a mystery woman looking for a man who is the perfect mix of Mr. Rogers and Christian Grey. But only two of these men will have the opportunity to make the proposal of a lifetime.
POV: “Nowhere to Hide”
Follow male nurse Nori Sharif through five years of dramatic change in one of the world’s most dangerous areas: central Iraq. Here, hopes of a better future after the U.S. retreat in 2011 give way to the sudden rise of ISIS.
Tuesday, Aug. 28
WNBA Playoffs: Semifinals
ESPN2, beginning at 8pm Live
ESPN2 airs a pair of WNBA playoff semifinal-round games tonight.
“The Simpsons” Marathon
FXX, beginning at 8pm
Rodney Dangerfield guest-stars in “Burns, Baby Burns,” Johnny Cash voices a “Space Coyote” in “El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Our Homer)” and Jack Lemmon voices Pretzel Wagon owner Frank Ormand in “The Twisted World of Marge Simpson” as part of FXX’s marathon of The Simpsons episodes from Season 8.
Castaways: “Three’s a Crowd”
Matt’s resources are quickly diminishing, while Tim and Krichelle’s bond is starting to grow. Sawyer and Richard question whether meeting any others would lessen their chances of survival. Meanwhile, the harsh reality of life on the islands cuts one castaway’s journey short.
In Season 3 of the hit megachurch drama, all the turbulent forces that Grace’s (Merle Dandridge) return to Memphis unleashed threaten to destroy not just the church her family built, but also the family itself. Fallout from last season’s shocking revelation of Bishop’s (Keith David) infidelities with Lady Mae’s (Lynn Whitfield) sister Mavis (Oprah Winfrey), as well as reverberations from his current dalliance with Rochelle Cross (LeToya Luckett), leads to all-out war in the Greenleaf home, setting the bishop and Lady Mae on a collision course that, unless God or Grace intervenes, can only end one way: divorce. Guest stars this season include Beau Bridges, Iyanla Vanzant and Patti LaBelle.
Ink Master: Grudge Match
Paramount Network, 10pm
Feuding Ink Master veterans Christian Buckingham and Cleen Rock One return, and each fosters a new group of professional tattoo artists on this cutthroat competition hosted by former Red Hot Chili Peppers rocker Dave Navarro. The eventual winner snags $100,000 … and so does the winner’s mentor. Talk about having skin in the game.
Miz & Mrs
USA Network, 10pm
Season 1 of the reality series following the lives of married WWE stars Mike “The Miz” and Maryse Mizanin ends tonight.
Chrisley Knows Best
USA Network, 10:30pm
Say so long to the Chrisley clan for a little while as Season 6 of their reality series comes to a close tonight.
Settle in for a haircut and some candid conversation. NBA star LeBron James pops by barbershops around the country and brings famous friends along to join him for no-holds-barred chats about sports, pop culture and current events. Tonight’s guests: Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart, Snoop Dogg, New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara and New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Wednesday, Aug. 29
Castle Rock: “Past Perfect”
That hamlet of horror, Castle Rock, Maine, welcomes some newcomers unafraid to set up shop in the creepy town. At the same time, lawyer and native son Henry Deaver (André Holland) gets a clue in the mystery he’s been chasing.
Tennis: US Open: Second Round
ESPN, 12pm Live
Second-round action from the US Open begins today at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, N.Y.
MasterChef: “American Heroes/Waste Not Want Not”
Gordon Ramsay is best known for his big potty mouth, but this week, his big heart is on the front burner. Ramsay and his fellow judges direct the remaining home cooks to prepare dishes for the heroic first responders who battled Southern California’s devastating Thomas Fire.
This 2015 entry in The Fast and the Furious action films is the final appearance in the series for star Paul Walker, who died in a car crash in 2013. In Furious 7, Dom (Vin Diesel), Brian (Walker) and the rest of the “family” must deal with Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), who won’t rest until he exacts revenge from Dom and his family.
Melissa McCarthy stars in this 2015 comedy as Susan Cooper, an unassuming team player at the CIA. For years, she has been the voice behind agents and their successes. When top agents are compromised, she steps up to go deep undercover in a world of arms dealers in an attempt to prevent a global crisis.
World of Dance: “The Cut 2”
The acts face the deepest and most intense cut of the season with judges Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo and host/mentor Jenna Dewan. The judges will score each act’s performance based on their artistry, precision and athleticism. Only the top three highest-scoring acts from each division will move on to the divisional final.
Ancient Invisible Cities
Professor Darius Arya explores the hidden secrets of three of the most fascinating cities of the ancient world: Cairo, Athens and Istanbul. 3D scans allow us to view the architectural jewels of these cities as they’ve never been seen before.
Suits: “Sour Grapes”
USA Network, 9pm
Donna’s (Sarah Rafferty) agreement forces Harvey (Gabriel Macht) to help David Fox (David Alpay). Alex (Dulé Hill) comes to Zane’s (Wendell Pierce) aid on a personal venture.
Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
Retired detective Joe Kenda is back to recount more true murder cases from his personal investigative experience. In each case, Kenda offers details beginning from when he got the homicide call to when the case was closed.
The Sinner: “Part V”
USA Network, 10pm
As Ambrose (Bill Pullman) zeroes in on a new suspect, a rift develops between him and Heather (Natalie Paul).
Thursday, Aug. 30
CBS All Access
The 10-episode first season of this mystery drama is set in a small Rust Belt town in post-recession America, where a one-dollar bill changing hands connects a group of characters involved in a shocking multiple murder. The path of the bill and point of view in each episode paint a picture of a modern American town with deep class and cultural divides that spill out into the open as secrets get revealed. John Carroll Lynch and Nathaniel Martello-White are among the cast members.
Straight Outta Compton
From the streets of Compton, Calif., came a rap group that revolutionized music and pop culture as a whole. In the mid 1980s, N.W.A. became the world’s most dangerous group in the eyes of many and ignited a social revolution. O’Shea Jackson Jr., Corey Hawkins and Jason Mitchell star in this 2015 movie chronicling N.W.A.’s rise.
ESPN & FS1, 8pm Live
Big Ten foes clash tonight at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Ind., as the Northwestern Wildcats visit the Purdue Boilermakers on ESPN. On FS1, the Missouri State Bears take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla.
“The Simpsons” Marathon
FXX, beginning at 8pm
Worst episodes ever! FXX airs The Simpsons episodes featuring Jeff Albertson, better known as Comic Book Guy, including “Three Men and a Comic Book” (1991), “Radioactive Man” (1995), “My Big Fat Geek Wedding” (2004), “Husbands and Knives” (2007) and “Homer the Whopper” (2009).
Take Two: “Stillwater/Family Ties”
In the first of back-to-back episodes, Sam (Rachel Bilson) and Eddie (Eddie Cibrian) travel to wine country to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a wheelchair-bound woman, but soon discover that this is no ordinary case. Then, when Detective Christine Rollins (Aliyah O’Brien) gets a frantic call from her younger brother asking for help, she assumes he’s in legal trouble, but when he doesn’t meet her as planned, she turns to Sam and Eddie to find him.
MTV’s Pretty Little Mamas
This new docuseries follows a 20-something group of San Diego friends as they juggle luxurious lives and young motherhood.
Queen of the South: “Diez de Copas”
USA Network, 9pm
Upstart “queenpin” Teresa Mendoza (Alice Braga) may be destined to become la reina del sur, but Camila Vargas (Veronica Falcón) still rules on Season 3. The drug drama’s boss rival Teresa hunts for a mole inside her own operation tonight.
Nightwatch Nation: “Ready for Anything”
EMT workers on overnight shifts face fresh challenges each time they clock in. Tonight, firefighters search for victims at the scene of a fire in Tucson, Ariz., and, in Yonkers, N.Y., first responders treat a man who fell from a fire escape.
The Grand Hustle: “Lights, Camera, Hustle”
There’s a good reason the word “hustle” is in the title of this reality series. The remaining eight contestants vying for a job (with a six-figure salary) in rapper Tip “T.I.” Harris’s empire have quite the to-do list tonight: shoot, edit and present a music video in just 24 hours!
Snowfall: “The World Is Yours”
Nothing personal, just business. Young streetwise dealer Franklin (Damson Idris) schools an employee who steps out of line on this week’s episode of the gritty drama.
Shooter: “Family Fire”
USA Network, 10pm
Bob Lee (Ryan Phillippe) uses Harris (Jesse Bradford) to help him get payback for Earl’s death. Nadine (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) and Isaac (Omar Epps) try to convert Atlas recruits to their cause. Julie (Shantel VanSanten) experiments with putting life with Bob Lee in the rearview.
Beat Bobby Flay: “Fit to Flay”
Food Network, 11pm
Bobby Flay aims to defend his culinary rep by going up against restaurateur Nate Appleman and Italian native Silvia Barban in a cookoff. On hand to bust his chops and root for the challengers: celeb chef Scott Conant and actress Jane Seymour.
Friday, Aug. 31
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
John Krasinski stars as venerable action hero Jack Ryan in this modern reinvention of the legendary Tom Clancy character. In the eight-episode first season — all of which is available today — Ryan discovers unusual bank transactions that link terrorist sleeper cells and is pulled into a global manhunt for a new terrorist who is bent on creating worldwide chaos.
The new season continues to follow Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman), his wife, Wendy (Laura Linney), and their family as they navigate the murky waters of life within a dangerous drug cartel. With Del out, the crime syndicate sends their ruthless attorney Helen Pierce (new series regular Janet McTeer) to town to shake things up just as the Byrdes are finally settling in.
TKO: Total Knock Out: “Bring It On, Porkchop!”
A former Army Reserve captain, a construction worker, a longshoreman, a mini-horse breeder and a youth basketball coach take on the obstacle course tonight.
Breaking Big: “Gretchen Carlson”
See how former FOX News anchor Gretchen Carlson — a Miss America winner and Stanford graduate — found the strength to sue her employers for sexual harassment and became an advocate for working women everywhere.
This riveting docuseries about everyday folks who exposed the wrongdoings of the rich and powerful comes to a close with a look at a biofuel company that scammed investors.
ESPN & FS1, 9pm Live
Expect a raucous crowd tonight at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison as the Wisconsin Badgers host the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers on ESPN. The San Diego State Aztecs head up the West Coast to take on the Stanford Cardinal on FS1.
American Masters: “Eva Hesse”
Discover the story of an artist whose groundbreaking work changed the course of art history. The 1960s creative communities in New York and Germany were never the same after her short but highly influential career.
Wynonna Earp: “I Fall to Pieces”
Lady Luck seems to have abandoned Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) and Nicole (Katherine Barrell) when an errand for Nedley (Greg Lawson) goes terribly wrong. Meanwhile, Mama (Valerie Planche) discovers Doc’s (Tim Rozon) secret.
Mad Dog Made: “Bomb Squad”
Discovery Channel, 10pm
Things that make you go boom! A former Marine comes to famed weapons maker Kevin “Mad Dog” McClung to create a kit to disarm — not set off — some explosive mines. Can the team (safely) pull off the task?
Killjoys: “O Mother, Where Art Thou?”
Team Awesome Force is down a member, and the remaining interplanetary bounty hunters decide to follow the altered memory in Dutch’s (Hannah John-Kamen) mind on a mission concerning an unstoppable assassin.
Saturday, Sept. 1
Labor Day Weekend Comedy Movie Marathon
IFC, beginning at 6am
Celebrate the Labor Day holiday with your favorite comedies all weekend long. Enjoy classic films, starting with Elf and continuing with many more, including Billy Madison, There’s Something About Mary, Airplane! and Wayne’s World.
ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX & NBC, beginning at 12pm Live
It’s the first full Saturday of the college football season, and there’s no shortage of great matchups: Oregon State at Ohio State (ABC), Ole Miss vs. Texas Tech (ESPN), Florida Atlantic at Oklahoma (FOX), Austin Peay at Georgia (ESPN), Washington vs. Auburn (ABC), Tennessee vs. West Virginia (CBS), North Carolina at California (FOX), Cincinnati at UCLA (ESPN), Michigan at Notre Dame (NBC), Louisville vs. Alabama (ABC) and BYU at Arizona (ESPN).
My Cat From Hell
Animal Planet, 8pm
Jackson Galaxy is back traveling the country to get up close and personal with all-new families with all-new stories as he tries to rehabilitate felines with behavioral issues and the cat owners who don’t understand them. One of the stories this season finds Jackson facing one of his greatest cat challenges when an old friend and animal welfare expert enlists his help to create a community movement and to recruit a new generation of volunteers to save feral cats in Philadelphia.
Pink Collar Crimes: “The Queen of Coupons”
The outrageous true crime series about felonious females continues tonight with “The Queen of Coupons.” A housewife takes couponing to a whole new level when she orchestrates the largest and most lucrative fake coupon scam in U.S. history.
I’ll Be Watching
After narrowly escaping the clutches of a deadly stalker, a beautiful young woman (Janel Parrish) flees to a remote, anonymous town where she rebuilds her life and finds the man of her dreams — until the man of her nightmares tracks her down. Also stars Rob Estes and Michael Welch star. Based on the novel The Purple Rose by Christi R. Walsh.
Fatal Vows: “The Bad Apple”
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
Francis “Nicky” Nicolosi and his devout new wife Eleanor are living out the perfect retirement. But when one is found dead in an apple orchard, police discover that there’s more to this seemingly frail and religious couple than anyone imagined.