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*"The Astronaut Wives Club" (Thursdays at 7 on ABC) Drama series based on Lily Koppel's book about the women behind NASA's pioneering astronauts.
Sort of a fizzier twist on "The Right Stuff.""Alone" (Thursdays at 9 on History) Ten survivalists (all guys) are dropped off in the Vancouver Island wilderness, separated from one another and left on their own, without even a camera crew or producers."Celebrity Family Feud" (ABC at 7) Perhaps the only thing left for idle celebs to do — game shows. Phil, Mario Lopez, "Glee's" Kevin Mc Hale and more."Battle Bots" (ABC at 7) Six-episode revival of the robot-combat competition series from the early 2000s."Big Crazy Family Adventure" (Travel at 8) Follow Bruce Kirby and Christine Pitkanen and their young sons (ages 7 and 3) as they go on an extremely challenging family trip to a Himalayan monastery, covering 13,000 miles and taking no airplanes to get there.
Ben Kingsley co-stars as Tut's closest adviser."Packed in a Trunk" (HBO at 8) Documentary traces the story of Provincetown, Massachusetts, painter Edith Lake Wilkinson, who was committed to an asylum by her family in the early 20th century.
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!
C.-based "Sharknado" movie (July 22) and there's a Lifetime movie about the behind-the-scenes drama at "Full House." (It airs in the doggiest of dog days, Aug. )Although it's my job to watch too much TV, don't forget that it's your duty to spend your precious summer evenings in the best way possible — so don't forget the beautiful freedom that can be found with the "off" button.
More zombies, with AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead" spinoff series still expected in August (no firm date yet).
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.Cast changes from week to week."One Bad Choice" (MTV at 10) Ten-episode docuseries talks to teens who each made a single terrible decision that wound up affecting their lives and the lives of others."Chris Tucker Live" (Netflix streaming) Stand-up comedy special from someone we haven't seen onstage in a while."Sex With Brody" (E!" (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.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?