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Sunday, Sept. 11

FOX, 8pm (Follows live NFL doubleheader)
New Series!

Tonight marks the first part of the series’ two-part premiere (Part 2 airs Tuesday, Sept. 20). Monarch is an epic, multigenerational musical drama about America’s first family of country music. The Romans — Dottie (Susan Sarandon) and Albie (Trace Adkins) — are passionate and fiercely talented, but while their name is synonymous with honesty, the very foundation of this family’s success is a lie. When dangerous truths bubble to the surface, the Romans’ reign as country royalty is put in jeopardy.

9/11 Memorial Programming Marathons
History, beginning at 7am
Nat Geo, beginning at 4pm

Today, History and Nat Geo commemorate the 21st anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on America with several hours of mostly encore presentations of specials that the networks have aired in previous years. History’s day features more than 21 hours of encore programming, beginning early this morning with America’s 9/11 Flag: Rise From the Ashes and also including other poignant productions such as 9/11: The Legacy, 9/11: Escape From the Towers, 9/11: The Final Minutes of Flight 93, 9/11: Four Flights, 9/11: I Was There, 102 Minutes That Changed America and more. Nat Geo’s 14-hour lineup begins later this afternoon and is highlighted by the premiere special National Geographic Investigates: The Fall of Osama bin Laden at 10pm. Encore specials that Nat Geo will be airing include Inside 9/11: War on America, Inside 9/11: Zero Hour, 9/11: Voices From the Air and others.

NASCAR Cup Series: Hollywood Casino 400
USA Network, 3pm Live

The second race of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs Round of 16 takes place at Kansas Speedway for the Hollywood Casino 400 on USA Network.

NTT IndyCar Series: Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey
NBC, 3:30pm Live

The NTT IndyCar Series season concludes at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, California, for the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey.

Tennis: US Open: Men’s Final
ESPN, 4pm Live

The US Open men’s singles final is decided today at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, New York.

Finding Love in Big Sky
UPtv, 7pm
Original Film!

Independent country girl Paisley (Hedy Nasser) takes on the task of refurbishing her adored grandfather’s Montana ranch. After being denied the funding needed for the restoration, Paisley is reintroduced to her ex-boyfriend Josh (Jonathan Stoddard), a big-time marketing executive stationed in Denver, and she reluctantly accepts his help.

The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family
PBS, 8pm
Series Finale!

The three-part docudrama about Britain’s famed Boleyn family concludes with “The Fall.” The episode follows Anne Boleyn’s (Rafaëlle Cohen) journey as she becomes queen and changes the course of British history. But it is a dangerous game that the Boleyns have become a part of, and they have no idea the high price they will have to pay.

The Serpent Queen
Starz, 8pm
New Series!

This edgy historical drama tells the story of Catherine de Medici (Samantha Morton, The Walking Dead’s Alpha), who against all odds became one of the most powerful and longest-serving monarchs in French history. Catherine’s tale unfolds through flashbacks as she defends her actions and imparts the lessons she’s learned to her new servant girl, Rahima (Sennia Nanua). At 14, the young, orphaned Catherine (Liv Hill) marries into the 16th century French court. Despite her commoner status, her uncle Pope Clement (Charles Dance) has negotiated a large dowry and a geopolitical alliance in return for the union. However, Catherine learns quickly who she can trust — both within her personal entourage of courtiers and the members of the royal court — while outmaneuvering anyone who underestimates her determination to survive at any cost.

American Gigolo
Showtime, 9pm
New Series!

This new drama stars Jon Bernthal (We Own This City) in the lead role of Julian Kaye, a former escort who was wrongfully convicted and served 15 years in prison. Once out, he struggles to navigate life with his former lover Michelle (Gretchen Mol), his troubled mother and the people who betrayed him. The eight-episode series is a present-day reimagining of the iconic 1980 film.

Deanna Durbin Double Feature
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Actress/singer Edna Mae Durbin, better known under her professional name of Deanna Durbin, is highlighted in tonight’s double feature on Turner Classic Movies. The two titles represent bookends of Durbin’s feature film career, which started when she was a teenager in the late 1930s and concluded with her retirement before the age of 30 in the late ’40s. While relatively brief, her stint on the big screen in projects where she often displayed her lyric soprano-level singing skill was very popular and successful; she shared an Academy Juvenile Award with Mickey Rooney in 1939 (in part, per the Academy, for “bringing to the screen the spirit and personification of youth”) and is credited with saving Universal Studios from bankruptcy thanks to her work in movies like the Three Smart Girls franchise. Up first tonight is Mad About Music, a 1938 musical that was Durbin’s third feature film. Following that is the actress’ final film role before her retirement: For the Love of Mary (1948), a romantic comedy costarring Edmond O’Brien.

NFL Football: Tampa Bay at Dallas
NBC, 8:15pm Live

Sunday Night Football’s Week 1 matchup has Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, to square off against Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys.

The $100,000 Pyramid
ABC, 9pm

In an all-new episode, Joshua Malina (Inventing Anna) challenges actress Erika Christensen; and later, Michael Ealy from Hulu’s Reasonable Doubt plays against comedian/author Iliza Shlesinger.

To Her, With Love
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
Original Film!

Kayla heads back to her hometown and accepts a teaching position at her high school alma mater. After she initially struggles to connect with her students, another teacher, Jordan, helps her to do so. When the school announces it may be cutting the arts department due to budget cuts, Kayla and Jordan work together to set up a fundraising showcase. Stars Skye P. Marshall and Tobias Truvillion.

PBS, 9pm
Season Finale!

As Season 2 of the Scottish mystery thriller concludes, Max (Mark Bonnar) and Jake (Jamie Sives) pick up arguments old and new, while the Lynches face their darkest secret. Meanwhile, Max offers Erin (Sara Vickers) a way out but is running out of time to find one for himself.

Ghosts of Devil’s Perch: “Shadow of Doubt”
Travel Channel, 9pm; also streams on discovery+

A terrified couple calls Cindy Kaza, Dave Schrader and K.D. Stafford to their home after the wife awakens to a dark figure choking her. The team’s investigation reveals that this unassuming house on a quiet residential street may hold the key to what is haunting Butte, Montana, and why.

Sister Wives
TLC, 10pm
Season Premiere!

For 12 years, dedicated fans have followed the highs and lows between Kody Brown and his four wives — Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn — as they’ve expanded their family and celebrated life’s big moments from birthdays to weddings and babies. This season takes a dramatic and emotional turn, as Christine leaves Kody and changes the dynamic of this polygamist family forever.

Paranormal Caught on Camera
Travel Channel, 10pm; also streams on discovery+
Season Premiere!

The series that spotlights some of the scariest paranormal videos captured around the world returns with new episodes, starting with “Light Beings Hover Over Colorado and More,” in which a ghost toys with a dog in Arizona; a disembodied hand haunts an abandoned Mexican prison; and night-vision binoculars capture spectacular footage of UFOs hiding in plain sight.

Monday, Sept. 12

Ada Twist, Scientist
Season Premiere!

The Annie Award-winning animated preschool series based on the kids picture book returns for Season 3, with pint-sized scientist Ada Twist and her two best friends continuing to ask big questions and working together to discover the truth about everything.

“Days of Our Lives” Moves to Streaming

Joining the ranks of series like Evil, SEAL Team, Thursday Night Football and Dancing With the Stars, long-running daytime drama Days of Our Lives is leaving broadcast television and will be streaming its new episodes exclusively on Peacock’s premium service weekdays starting today. This is certainly a bigger and more historic development than those other moves, considering the daily nature of DOOL’s episodes, and especially the fact that the iconic soap has been a familiar staple for fans at its NBC home for nearly 60 years, since Nov. 8, 1965. The new episodes join a library of previous DOOL installments already available to stream for Peacock Premium subscribers. As part of the reasoning for this programming shift, Mark Lazarus, chairman of NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, explains that “a large percentage of Days of Our Lives’ audience [is] already watching digitally.” In NBC time slots previously occupied by Days, the hourlong news program NBC News Daily will debut on network affiliates.

The Jennifer Hudson Show
Syndicated, check local listings

Grammy-winning singer and actress Jennifer Hudson welcomes celebrity guests and musical performances, and also covers topical stories, community heroes and viral sensations. “We all have a story to tell,” Hudson shared. “We all want to find our light and let it shine.”

A “M*A*S*H” 50th Anniversary Celebration
TV Land, beginning at 9am

Leading up to the 50th anniversary of the premiere of the classic series M*A*S*H (it debuted Sept. 17, 1972), TV Land devotes two hours at this time each morning starting today through Friday (Sept. 16) to a block of memorable episodes from the iconic dramedy.

M*A*S*H: The Best by Farr Begins
MeTV, beginning at 7pm

Ahead of the 50th anniversary of M*A*S*H’s premiere (Sept. 17, 1972), MeTV is doing something special for its regular back-to-back weeknight airings of episodes from the classic series. Tonight through Sept. 16, costar Jamie Farr (aka Cpl. Max Klinger) hand-picks the episodes from among his favorites, and offers hosted commentary, memories and stories about his time on M*A*S*H. Tonight’s featured episodes are “Chief Surgeon Who?” from Season 1, with Farr’s first appearance as Klinger, and Season 2’s “The Trial of Henry Blake,” which includes one of Klinger’s more outrageous attempts to desert — using a homemade hang glider.

NFL Football: Denver at Seattle
ABC & ESPN, 8pm Live

Week 1’s Monday Night Football matchup has quarterback Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos at Seattle’s Lumen Field to face the Seahawks. Wilson goes up against his former team, with whom he played from 2012-21 and won Super Bowl XLVIII. Broadcasters Joe Buck and Troy Aikman also make their MNF regular-season debuts in this game simulcast on ESPN and ABC.

Don’t Forget the Lyrics!
FOX, 8pm
Season Finale!

In the season finale “The Marine Mom and Karaoke King!,” a U.S. Marine single mom continues her march to the $1 million prize, and a nurse with karaoke superpowers shows off her skills.

74th Primetime Emmy Awards
NBC, 8pm Live; also livestreams on Peacock

HBO’s Succession leads this year’s nominees for primetime television’s most prestigious award with 25 Emmy nominations, followed by Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso and HBO’s The White Lotus with 20 nods apiece; HBO Max’s Hacks and Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building with 17 each; and HBO’s Euphoria with 16. This year’s ceremony airs live coast-to-coast and will be hosted by Saturday Night Live star Kenan Thompson.

TCM Spotlight: Radio Days: “Radio to Screen”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Movies and radio started coming of age as popular media forms over roughly the same decades during the first half of the 20th century, so it makes sense that they would cross over from time to time, with movie stars sometimes appearing on radio programs, or radio shows being adapted into films. Each Monday night this month, Turner Classic Movies continues to look at the intersection between radio and cinema during the golden age of both forms through various themes. Tonight’s lineup features movies based on popular radio shows and personalities of the day: Crime Doctor (1943), the first of 10 Warner Baxter-led crime dramas based on the 1940-47 CBS radio program; I Love a Mystery (1945), the first of three films based on the radio mystery drama; Look Who’s Laughing (1941), a comedy based around popular radio characters Fibber McGee and Molly (portrayed in the film by real-life couple Jim and Marian Jordan, who also voiced them on radio); The Great Gildersleeve (1942), the first of a series of film adaptations of NBC’s 1941-58 radio sitcom, with Harold Peary reprising his voice role in person as Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve; The Whistler (1944), a film noir based on the 1942-55 mystery/crime anthology radio series, the first of eight movies based on the show starring Richard Dix; and A Date With Judy (1948), a musical led by Wallace Beery, Jane Powell, Elizabeth Taylor and Carmen Miranda, and based on the teen-focused radio comedy that ran from 1941-50.

90 Day: The Single Life
TLC, 8pm
Season Premiere!

Some of the most-talked about names in the 90 Day universe will embark on a mission to prove that when one door closes, another opens. On the brand-new season, viewers will follow six determined singles who are diving back into the world of romance after their failed international relationships. Tackling relationship challenges ranging from commitment-phobia to meddling matchmakers to ever-present ex-boyfriends, these six singles are taking another chance on love. As they reenter the dating game, these singles will be thrown their fair share of curveballs. Will their budding romances hit it out of the park or will they strike out once again?

War of the Worlds
EPIX, 9pm
Season Premiere!

The sci-fi drama based on H.G. Wells’ classic alien-invasion novel, set in modern-day France and the United Kingdom, returns for Season 3. The season picks up as the war between the survivors and aliens reaches a new turning point and a terrifying phenomenon grips countless people across the globe. Gabriel Byrne returns to lead the cast; new cast members include Molly Windsor and Ernest Kingsley Junior. Following tonight’s special premiere, the series will air regularly on Sunday nights beginning with Episode 2 on Sept. 18.

Independent Lens
PBS, 10pm
Season Premiere!

After premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival this past summer, filmmaker Byron Hurt’s Hazing kicks off Season 24 of this documentary anthology series. Building on years of countless hazing-related tragedies and grappling with his own experiences, Hurt explores the function, politics and consequences of pledging rituals at universities and colleges across the U.S. Through a series of intimate interviews with victims’ families, survivors and his fellow fraternity brothers, Hurt and his subjects reflect on the realities of hazing, and question their purpose.

Ghostober Preview Party
Travel Channel, 10pm

Travel Channel’s annual Ghostober event will be returning in October, and this hourlong preview special will get you in a spooky mood with glimpses of some of the paranormal programming you can expect next month.

Tuesday, Sept. 13

Jo Koy: Live From the Los Angeles Forum

Returning to Netflix for his fourth original stand-up special, comedian Jo Koy takes the stage at the iconic Los Angeles Forum, where he gushes about his relationship with his teenage son along with sharing the struggles of living with sleep apnea and more.

M*A*S*H: The Best by Farr Continues
MeTV, beginning at 7pm

M*A*S*H costar Jamie Farr (Klinger) is back to select two more of his favorite episodes from the series, along with sharing commentary and memories. Up first is “Crisis,” from Season 2, which finds the 4077th resorting to desperate measures when their supply lines are cut, including Klinger attempting to bunk with the nurses, followed by Season 3’s “Springtime,” in which Klinger marries his girlfriend, Laverne Esposito, via radio.

The Academy of Country Music Honors
FOX, 8pm

The 15th annual ACM Honors at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium celebrate special honorees Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Shania Twain, Morgan Wallen and the Yellowstone TV series in this two-hour event. Scheduled performers include Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Brooks & Dunn, the Warren Brothers and Trace Adkins. Country star Carly Pearce hosts.

America’s Got Talent
NBC, 8pm Live

The two-night Season 17 finale, starting tonight and concluding tomorrow evening, finds the top 11 finalists competing one last time for America’s vote and the chance to win a $1 million prize. The winner will also perform in America’s Got Talent Las Vegas LIVE at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Vegas.

The Muppets Take Manhattan
TCM, 8pm
Catch a Classic!

Turner Classic Movies’ evening of puppet-themed films kicks off with this fun 1984 musical comedy directed by Frank Oz that was the third feature film in the Muppets franchise, and the final one produced before their creator Jim Henson’s passing in 1990. Henson, of course, provides many of the voices, including, among others, Kermit the Frog, Rowlf the Dog and Dr. Teeth, while director Oz also lends his familiar vocal talents to characters like Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Animal and more, in this story that finds Kermit and friends going to New York City to get their musical on Broadway. Among the star-studded human cameos are Art Carney, Gregory Hines, Brooke Shields, Elliott Gould and Liza Minnelli.

Deadliest Catch: The Viking Returns
Discovery Channel, 9pm; also streams on discovery+
New Series!

In this Deadliest Catch spinoff, when the Alaskan Red King Crab fishery shuts down for the first time in 25 years, Bering Sea veteran Capt. Sig Hansen is forced to look for opportunities elsewhere. Deciding to risk it all, he sets his sights on a promising new fishing ground where the king crab is an invasive species: his ancestral home of Norway.

The Come Up
Freeform, 9pm
New Series!

This unscripted series is a glimpse into the wildest feelings and vibrant moments that define coming-of-age in a post-pandemic New York. It follows six young disruptors as they emerge from downtown New York to chase their dreams and pursue love and art on their own terms, giving viewers an exclusive look into how the next generation of icons define themselves and how culture is created.

Facing Suicide
PBS, 9pm

This 90-minute program explores the powerful stories of those impacted by suicide, one of America’s most urgent health crises, and visits the front lines of research with scientists whose work is leading to better prevention and treatment.

M*A*S*H: When Television Changed Forever
Reelz, 9pm

This hourlong special commemorates the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking series M*A*S*H, which premiered Sept. 17, 1972, and ran for 11 seasons until its record-setting final episode on Feb. 28, 1983. Through new exclusive interviews with cast members Jamie Farr (Cpl. Max Klinger), Mike Farrell (Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt) and Jeff Maxwell (Pvt. Igor Straminsky), as well as with producers and writers, the program explores not only the series’ popularity and creative firsts, but also how cast and crew battled with network executives to keep the show alive after a lukewarm reaction to its first season almost led to its cancellation. The actors also recall their first days on set and their favorite episodes, and offer thoughts on what made M*A*S*H a hit and why it endures today.

Reasonable Doubt: “Aunts and Artifacts”
Investigation Discovery, 10pm

Garrett Arrowood was convicted of killing his aunt during a robbery gone wrong, despite the family insisting that two con men were involved. Retired homicide detective Chris Anderson and criminal defense attorney Fatima Silva reexamine his case to see if they can determine the truth of the situation.

Edge of the Unknown With Jimmy Chin: “Riding the Avalanche” & “Will Power”
Nat Geo, beginning at 10pm

The series continues its intimate and thrilling look at top adventure athletes with two new back-to-back half-hour episodes. “Riding the Avalanche” finds big-mountain freeride snowboarder Travis Rice reflecting on how the traumatic effort of making it through an avalanche in the Alaskan backcountry has shaped his approach to his sport and his life. In “Will Power,” mountain athlete Will Gadd looks back at his attempt at a first ascent of a 430-foot frozen waterfall in British Columbia.

Password: “Tony Hale & Jimmy Fallon”
NBC, 10pm

Celebrity guest Tony Hale and Jimmy Fallon pair up with contestants and face off over two games. Players from each team guess secret passwords using only one-word clues for a chance to win up to $25,000. Keke Palmer hosts.

Wednesday, Sept. 14

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
Season Finale!

Season 3 concludes with “Let It Go.”

The Handmaid’s Tale
Season Premiere!

In Season 5, June (Elisabeth Moss) faces consequences for killing Cmdr. Waterford while struggling to redefine her identity and purpose. Meanwhile, the widowed Serena (Yvonne Strahovski) attempts to raise her profile in Toronto as Gilead’s influence creeps into Canada. Nick (Max Minghella) partners with Cmdr. Lawrence (Bradley Whitford) and Aunt Lydia (Ann Dowd) as he tries to reform Gilead and increase his power, while June, Luke (O-T Fagbenle) and Moira (Samira Wiley) fight Gilead from a distance as they continue their mission to save and reunite with Hannah (Jordana Blake). The first two episodes are available today; new episodes drop on Wednesdays.

Heartbreak High
New Series!

This Australian teen drama is a reboot of the popular Aussie series that aired in the 1990s. It follows Amerie (Ayesha Madon), who becomes an instant pariah at her high school following a discovery that also causes a mysterious and very public rift with her ride-or-die Harper (Asher Yasbincek). With her new friends — outsiders Quinni (Chloe Hayden) and Darren (James Majoos) — Amerie must repair her reputation, while navigating love, sex and heartbreak.

Peacock DocFest Begins

Today, Peacock launches DocFest, a six-week virtual festival featuring a new original documentary dropping each Wednesday starting today and through Oct. 19. The titles will be available in a dedicated collection on the Peacock platform and include everything from feature-length films to multipart series. It kicks off today with the film Hell of a Cruise, which uses never-before-seen self-shot footage to help explore what went wrong aboard the luxury Diamond Princess cruise ship in January 2020, when passengers and crew had no idea that the deadly novel coronavirus had boarded the ship with them and would turn the floating paradise into their worst nightmare.

A Walton’s Family Reunion
INSP, beginning at 4pm

The beloved family drama The Waltons premiered 50 years ago today, on Sept. 14, 1972, and to celebrate, INSP is airing this 2010 reunion special that brought together several surviving cast members nearly 30 years after the show ended. The program, which airs in two half-hour parts running back-to-back, is hosted by Mary Beth McDonough, who played Erin Walton, and also features Richard Thomas (John-Boy), Ralph Waite (John), Michael Learned (Olivia), Judy Norton (Mary Ellen), Eric Scott (Ben), Jon Walmsley (Jason), David W. Harper (Jim-Bob) and Kami Cotler (Elizabeth), as well as series creator Earl Hamner Jr, who all reminisce about the show and its impact on American culture.

Narrow Margin
MOVIES!, 5:15pm
Catch a Classic!

Writer/director Peter Hyams’ somewhat under-the-radar 1990 neo-noir film is among the better entries in the “stuck on a train” subgenre of action thriller. A loose remake of the 1952 film noir The Narrow Margin, it is led by the always-terrific Gene Hackman as a Los Angeles deputy district attorney assigned to keep a murder witness (Anne Archer) safe from hitmen while traveling aboard a train through the Canadian wilderness. The cast also includes familiar character actors J.T. Walsh and M. Emmet Walsh, and along with the performances, the story’s action is enhanced by composer Bruce Boughton’s gripping musical score.

M*A*S*H: The Best by Farr Continues
MeTV, beginning at 7pm

Two more classic episodes of M*A*S*H hand-picked by costar Jamie Farr (Klinger) air tonight, accompanied by commentary and memories from Farr. Both of tonight’s picks come from Season 3: “Big Mac,” which finds the 4077th scrambling to prepare for a visit by Gen. Douglas MacArthur, and “Abyssinia, Henry,” the famous and stunning season finale that was the last episode for McLean Stevenson’s Henry Blake and Wayne Rogers’ Trapper John McIntyre.

Music’s Greatest Mysteries: “Prophets, Sabotage and Holy Battles”
AXS TV, 8pm

Patsy Cline’s prediction of her own death and Quiet Riot’s possible self-sabotage of their biggest hit are explored in this episode.

MasterChef: Back to Win
FOX, 8pm
Season Finale!

The three remaining chefs rush against the clock to complete their final entree and whip up a gourmet dessert with the help of former judge Christina Tosi. A new MasterChef champion is crowned in “Finale Part 2 — Special Guest Christina Tosi.”

Password: “Yvette Nicole Brown, Joel McHale, Chrissy Metz & Jimmy Fallon”
NBC, 8pm
Season Finale!

The first season of Jimmy Fallon’s reboot of the classic game show concludes on a special night and at a special time as celebrity guests Yvette Nicole Brown, Joel McHale and Chrissy Metz face off with Fallon over two games to play on behalf of their chosen charities. Players from each team guess secret passwords using only one-word clues for a chance to win up to $25,000. Actress Keke Palmer hosts.

ABC Fall Preview Special
ABC, 8:30pm

The network gives viewers a sneak peek of its fall primetime lineup, including the new drama series Alaska Daily, The Rookie spinoff The Rookie: Feds and returning favorites like Grey’s Anatomy and Abbott Elementary. The cast of Home Economics, returning for a third season, hosts the special.

The Challenge: USA
CBS, 9pm
Season Finale!

The reality competition series featuring stars from Survivor, The Amazing Race, Big Brother and Love Island wraps up its first season with the two-part finale “Home of the Brave.”

Farmhouse Fixer: “Old Home by the Sea”
HGTV, 9pm

Jonathan Knight and Kristina Crestin transform a quirky 1840s beachside home and give it a relaxing, coastal feel it’s been missing. The new design includes a dramatically dark living room, kitchen decor inspired by a family recipe and the perfect beach mudroom.

America’s Got Talent
NBC, 9pm Live
Season Finale!

Find out the talent competition series’ Season 17 winner, who will take home a $1 million prize and also perform in America’s Got Talent Las Vegas LIVE at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Vegas.

Lion: The Rise and Fall of the Marsh Pride
PBS, 9pm

This groundbreaking 90-minute documentary tells the epic story of the famed Marsh pride of lions as it battles for survival in Kenya’s Maasai Mara Reserve. This pride has been documented by the BBC for over 30 years, up to now, in a world where lions and humans are increasingly at odds. Lion charts the rise and fall of this group of big cats, using archival footage and testimony from those who have filmed and lived alongside them, to present a powerful tale of shifting loyalties, bloody takeovers, complex family dynamics and sheer resilience.

Freeform, 10pm
Midseason Finale!

The Season 5 summer finale, “It’s a Vibe,” sees Junior’s (Marcus Scribner) fate as a Gamma determined, along with his relationship with Annika (Justine Skye). New episodes resume in 2023.

Thursday, Sept. 15

Pet Caves
New Series!

In each half-hour episode of this series, Atlanta-based pet therapist Kayla Oliver teams up with celebrity design architect Nina Ferrer (HGTV’s Design Star) to create an active pet playground that is both functional and pleasing to the eye. Nina and Kayla dive in to understand each animal’s inner needs and then translate that into an empathetic design. Dogs, cats, bunnies and even a bearded dragon all get the white-glove treatment as their living space is turned into their own private pet paradise. Pet Caves is also available on the Chicken Soup for the Soul streaming app and at chickensouptv.com.

Harley Quinn
Season Finale!

The adult animated comedy series based on the DC Comics characters concludes its third season. The voice cast is led by Kaley Cuoco as Harley Quinn, Lake Bell as Poison Ivy, Ron Funches as King Shark, JB Smoove as Frank the Plant, Alan Tudyk as Clayface and the Joker, Christopher Meloni as Commissioner Gordon, Diedrich Bader as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Sanaa Lathan as Selina Kyle. Harley Quinn has been renewed for Season 4.

Season Finale!

This limited series presenting an unauthorized dramatization of boxer Mike Tyson’s (Trevante Rhodes) life and career drops its final two episodes today.

Dogs in Space
Season Premiere!

The animated kids series with a voice cast led by Haley Joel Osment, Sarah Chalke, Kimiko Glenn and Chris Parnell is back for Season 2.

’Til Jail Do Us Part (Armas de Mujer)
New Series!

This telenovela produced in a partnership between Peacock and Telemundo follows four women: Ángela (Kate del Castillo), Sofía (Roselyn Sanchez), Viri (Sylvia Saenz) and Esme (Jeirmarie Osorio). They all hate each other, but when each of their husbands winds up in jail after stealing millions for Miami’s biggest drug lord and they end up on the street, the women must work together to survive and adapt to their new lives. All episodes are available today.

Vampire Academy
New Series!

Julie Plec, who cocreated the former CW hit The Vampire Diaries, returns to the world of bloodsuckers with this fantasy horror drama based on the bestselling book series. She is joined by fellow showrunner/writer/executive producer Marguerite MacIntyre, who played Elizabeth Forbes on Diaries. The series follows two young women (played by Sisi Stringer and Daniela Nieves) from strikingly different classes as they prepare to complete their education at a boarding school and enter vampire society — one as a powerful Royal, the other a half-vampire Guardian. The first four episodes are available today; new installments are available Thursdays.

Speak No Evil
Feature Film Exclusive!

In this acclaimed Danish horror film, on a vacation in Tuscany, two families — one Danish, one Dutch — meet and become fast friends. Months later, the free-spirited Dutch family extends an invitation to the more conservative Danish one for a holiday weekend getaway at their countryside home. However, it doesn’t take long before things gradually get out of hand as the joy of reunion is replaced with misunderstandings. The Dutch hospitality quickly turns unnerving for the Danes, and they find themselves increasingly caught in a web of their own politeness in the face of eccentric (or is it sinister?) behavior.

The Light in the Hall (Y Golau)
Sundance Now
New Series!

In this psychological thriller filmed in both English and Welsh, Joe Pritchard (Iwan Rheon) is arrested following the disappearance of 15-year-old Ela Roberts (Ella Peel) in 2002, after her DNA was found in his caravan and he confessed to her murder, though he has not disclosed where her body is. Now, when the news breaks that Joe is about to be released from prison after 18 years — much to the horror of Ela’s mother, Sharon (Joanna Scanlan), who will go to any lengths to get answers — journalist Cat Donato (Alexandra Roach) decides to return to Llanemlyn to discover the truth about Ela’s final days once and for all. But will Cat be warmly welcomed back in the town where she grew up? All six episodes are available today.

M*A*S*H: The Best by Farr Continues
MeTV, beginning at 7pm

M*A*S*H costar Jamie Farr (Klinger) hand-picks two more of his favorite episodes from the classic series tonight. First is the Season 4 finale, “The Interview,” which was filmed in black and white like an old newsreel and finds a correspondent (Clete Roberts) interviewing the members of the 4077th to get their feelings about the war. Then, in Season 5’s “Movie Tonight,” Col. Potter (Harry Morgan) tries to boost morale by screening the Western My Darling Clementine, but the audience proves rowdier than the cowboys.

Press Your Luck
ABC, 8pm
Season Finale!

In “The Curse of the One More Spin,” the biggest and best season comes to an end with another nail-biter on the season finale. Host Elizabeth Banks is joined by contestants Aleen Kojayan (hometown: La Habra Heights, California), Jeremy Owusu (Bronx, New York) and Barry Lander (San Diego, California).

Star of the Month: Humphrey Bogart: “This Means War”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!

This month’s Thursday night celebration of legendary movie star Humphrey Bogart on Turner Classic Movies continues with this evening’s six-film lineup of films set during, or after, World Wars I and II, and featuring characters who are somehow impacted by those conflicts. Beginning with the 1949 film noir Tokyo Joe, set in postwar Japan, the lineup continues with the Best Picture Oscar-nominated World War II-set military trial drama The Caine Mutiny (1954), which earned Bogie a Best Actor nomination as the infamous Lt. Cmdr. Queeg; the 1950 aviation drama Chain Lightning, with the actor as a former bomber pilot; two war films made during the height of World War II — Action in the North Atlantic (1943) and Passage to Marseille (1944), which reunites Bogie with Casablanca costar Claude Rains and director Michael Curtiz; and director Raoul Walsh’s The Roaring Twenties (1939), featuring Bogart, James Cagney and Jeffrey Lynn as World War I comrades-in-arms who later go into the bootlegging business when Prohibition takes effect in America.

Ghost Adventures: “Goldfield Hotel”
Travel Channel, 8pm

Making its linear Travel Channel debut, this two-hour Ghost Adventures special finds Zak Bagans and his crew returning to where it all began to settle the score with sinister spirits at the infamous Goldfield Hotel in Nevada, the site of one of the investigations featured in their original 2007 TV special. Disturbing new evidence reveals a dark and deadly presence on the premises, and it has a personal vendetta against Zak.

NFL Football: L.A. Chargers at Kansas City
Prime Video, 8pm Live

Thursday Night Football makes its debut on Prime Video as Justin Herbert and the L.A. Chargers visit Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs at Kansas City’s GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.

Generation Gap
ABC, 9pm
Season Finale!

In “Party in the Nude,” host Kelly Ripa and the contestants are about to do a 360 when Anderson Cooper makes a special guest appearance and big prizes are on the line.

Renovation Impossible: “Next Gen Reno”
HGTV, 9pm

An expecting couple is eager to renovate his childhood home, but their budget is tight with a baby on the way. Russell J. Holmes’ team forms a plan to give the old space new life by creating a more open and functional layout this growing family will enjoy.

FX, 10pm
Season Premiere!

In the fourth and final season, Earn (Donald Glover), Alfred “Paper Boi” Miles (Brian Tyree Henry), Darius (LaKeith Stanfield) and Van (Zazie Beetz) return to their hometown of Atlanta after having grown into new states of mind (and fame) following their European tour.

La Otra Mirada
PBS, 10pm
New Series!

This strongly feminist 2018-19 Spanish drama series makes its PBS debut. Set in 1920s Seville, Spain, it follows Teresa (Patricia López Arnaiz), a woman with a mysterious past who flees to a young girls’ academy with a secret goal related to the academy itself. In the series premiere, “Tobacco, Pants and Jazz,” after the mysterious murder of the Spanish ambassador in Lisbon, Teresa follows a lead to the academy, where she decides to pose as a teacher and apply for a position there.

True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here: “Angier, NC”
SundanceTV, 10pm

A man claims he shot his daughter’s estranged husband, Christian Griggs, in self-defense. But after investigators close the case, Christian’s family discovers evidence that the killing was not justified.

Ghost Adventures
Travel Channel, 10pm; also streams on discovery+
Season Premiere!

Paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley continue their travels to haunted destinations in Season 23 of their series, which consists of nine hourlong episodes. In the premiere, “Henderson Hell House,” the team rushes to help a Nevada family who claim paranormal activity sent one parent to the hospital, and fear their young daughter is next. They work urgently to uncover the dark source of the psychological attacks hiding inside the home.

Friday, Sept. 16

Five Days at Memorial
Apple TV+
Season Finale!

This limited series based on actual events that chronicles the impact of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath on a New Orleans hospital concludes. Vera Farmiga, Robert Pine, Cherry Jones and Julie Ann Emery lead the cast.

Sago Mini Friends
Apple TV+
New Series!

This animated series for preschoolers is adapted from the popular and award-winning Sago Mini World app. An adorable nod to gratitude, the series features floppy-eared dog Harvey and his best friends Jinja the cat, Jack the rabbit and Robin the bird. Along with a unique cast of residents as colorful as their own whimsical world, the four friends play, explore, imagine and celebrate daily in their joyful town of Sagoville. In each episode, Harvey and all his friends express their true thankfulness for all things, big and small, through optimism, kindness, preschool-friendly humor and original songs.


A moving love letter to immigrants and their children, director Isabel Castro’s intimate feature-length documentary debut constructs an ethereal vision and dedication to the daughters that fight for their families, their dreams and themselves. The film follows Doris Muñoz and Jacks Haupt, two daughters of immigrants from Mexico who are both navigating their careers in the music industry. Seeking to provide for their families while achieving their dreams, Doris and Jacks bond over the ever-present guilt of being the first American-born members of their families and the financial risks of pursuing their dreams. For them, the pressure of success is heightened because it is their family’s hope for green cards and family reunification.

The Brave Ones
New Series!

This six-episode series unfolds in the parallel worlds of modern-day South Africa and the supernatural world of African gods and divine beings. Ntsiki Gasa (Sthandile Nkosi) is a mystical being reincarnated as a human who sets out to avenge her sister’s death. However, Ntsiki faces a powerful and determined enemy in Ayanda Mbatha (Nomalanga Nkosi), the ruthless wife of equally heartless land-grabbing property developer Luthando Mbatha (Tony Kgoroge), who has her own compelling reasons for exploiting the powers of the Brave Ones. To defeat her formidable enemies and save her family from destruction, Ntsiki must learn to use and harness her superpowers.

Do Revenge
Original Film!

This dark comedy from writer/director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson (cowriter of the recent Thor: Love and Thunder) is inspired by Hitchcock’s classic thriller Strangers on a Train and boasts, according to Netflix, “the scariest protagonists of all: teenage girls.” After a clandestine meet-cute, Drea (Camila Mendes) and Eleanor (Maya Hawke) team up to go after each other’s bullies.

Drifting Home
Original Film!

This third anime feature film from Japan’s Studio Colorido (Penguin Highway, A Whisker Away) follows sixth-grade friends Kosuke and Natsume, who are on summer vacation and playing at the housing complex where they grew up, which is now scheduled to be demolished, when they get caught up in a mysterious phenomenon that transports them and the entire complex onto a vast, mysterious ocean. Will they be able to return to their previous world?

Fate: The Winx Saga
Season Premiere!

The teen supernatural dark fantasy/drama is back for Season 2, continuing to follow the coming-of-age journey of six fairies attending Alfea, a magical boarding school in the Otherworld. School is back in session under the militant authority of Alfea’s former headmistress, Rosalind (Lesley Sharp), and Alfea is filled with new magic, new romances and new faces. But when fairies start to go missing in the night, Bloom (Abigail Cowen) and her Suitemates discover a dangerous threat lurking in the shadows.

Love Is Blind: After the Altar
Season Premiere!

What happened to the couples and singles from Love Is Blind Season 2 after the weddings? Find out by following the stories of Jarrette, Iyanna, Deepti, Shayne, Natalie and more.

New Series!

Who is Santo? That’s what two police officers (Bruno Gagliasso and Raúl Arévalo) are hoping to discover in this Spanish-language action/thriller as they pursue the titular character, the world’s most-wanted drug dealer, whose face has never been revealed.

My Dream Quinceañera
New Series!

Based on the hit YouTube series of the same name, this 10-episode reality series follows three Southern California teens — Bayle Delgado, Romi Herrada and Angelica Luna — who go through simultaneous fun- and drama-filled journeys to celebrate the coming-of-age birthday parties of their dreams. New for the Paramount+ series, all three of them will have the added assistance of expert quinceañera planner Maria Perez to help make all their quince wishes come true. The first three episodes are available today; new episodes drop on Fridays.

Goodnight Mommy
Prime Video
Original Film!

In this remake of the acclaimed 2014 Austrian psychological horror film of the same name, when twin brothers (Cameron and Nicholas Crovetti) arrive at their mother’s (Naomi Watts) country home to find her demeanor altered and her face covered in bandages — the result, she explains, of recent cosmetic surgery — they immediately sense that something doesn’t add up and begin to suspect that the woman beneath the gauze might not be their mother.

The Grand Tour Presents: A Scandi Flick
Prime Video
Season Premiere!

In Season 5 of British travel series The Grand Tour, hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are finally back on the road for their first post-pandemic trip after having been confined to their home shores for two years. This time, they head for the icy wastes of the Scandinavian Arctic Circle with their three all-time favorite rally-bred cars to help get them through the snow.

Heathers: The Musical
The Roku Channel

This special presents a live capture of the West End stage musical adaptation of the cult favorite 1988 dark comedy Heathers. At Westerberg High, Veronica Sawyer is just another one of the nobodies dreaming of a better day. But when she is unexpectedly taken under the wings of three beautiful and impossibly cruel Heathers, her dreams of popularity finally start to come true … until the arrival of J.D., the mysterious teen rebel who teaches Veronica that while everyone fears being a nobody, it’s murder being a somebody.

100th Birthday Tribute: Janis Paige
TCM, beginning at 8am
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Actress/singer Janis Paige, one of the last surviving stars of Hollywood’s golden age, turns 100 today (she was born Donna Mae Tjaden in Tacoma, Washington, on Sept. 16, 1922). Now retired, Paige had a lengthy career on the stage, and big and small screens, that stretched from 1944 to 2001. Her feature film appearances from the mid 1940s into the early ’60s comprised a comparatively smaller part of her work compared to theater and television roles, but she still managed to be a big-screen scene stealer even in supporting roles, as you can see when Turner Classic Movies celebrates Paige’s birthday with a seven-movie marathon. The lineup features, in order: the film noir Her Kind of Man (1946), the actress’ third feature film; Winter Meeting (1948), a drama led by Bette Davis; Romance on the High Seas (1948), the Oscar-nominated musical romantic comedy that marked costar Doris Day’s film debut; One Sunday Afternoon (1948), a musical directed by Raoul Walsh and costarring Dennis Morgan; the 1949 comedy The House Across the Street; Silk Stockings (1957), the Fred Astaire- and Cyd Charisse-led musical romantic comedy that marked Paige’s return to a film role after a six-year absence; and one of Paige’s final film appearances before she turned her focus more toward TV and the stage: Bachelor in Paradise (1961), a romantic comedy costarring Bob Hope and Lana Turner.

M*A*S*H: The Best by Farr Concludes
MeTV, beginning at 7pm

M*A*S*H costar Jamie Farr (Klinger) hand-picks two more of his favorite episodes from the series as MeTV’s weeklong event concludes. First is “What’s Up, Doc?” from Season 6, in which a “rabbit test” using Radar’s (Gary Burghoff) pet rabbit is used to determine if Margaret (Loretta Swit) is pregnant. Then, in Season 7’s unique and acclaimed “Point of View,” the 4077th is seen from the perspective of a wounded private.

College Football: Florida State at Louisville
ESPN, 7:30pm Live

A Friday primetime ACC clash has the Florida State Seminoles visiting the Louisville Cardinals at Cardinal Stadium.

Secret Celebrity Renovation: “Aaron Donald”
CBS, 8pm

Aaron Donald of the L.A. Rams returns to Pittsburgh to turn his childhood home into the ultimate clubhouse for his father, including a major upgrade to the home gym.

Capital One College Bowl: “Qualifiers 3”
NBC, 8pm

The qualifying rounds continue with Penn State facing Syracuse, and Albany State taking on Spelman. Peyton and Cooper Manning host.

The Idea of America
TCM, beginning at 8pm

In the second of three Friday evening programming blocks consisting of three movies (concluding next Friday, Sept. 23), three more immigrants join TCM host Ben Mankiewicz to discuss the movies that shaped their idea of the U.S. before they moved here. First up is the 1961 drama Splendor in the Grass, starring Best Actress Oscar nominee Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty, which guest Gabriel Bitton says he imagined was the most realistic portrayal of American teenage life as he was coming of age in Morocco. Next, Ash Nega introduces the 1979 drama The Champ, starring Best Actor Golden Globe nominee Jon Voight and Golden Globe winner Ricky Schroder in his film debut, and recalls how he watched the movie with his family in his community’s one-screen theater in Ethiopia, and being struck by its story of overcoming adversity and succeeding as the underdog. Finally, Crystal Lee introduces the Best Picture Oscar-nominated Love Story (1970), led by Best Actor nominee Ryan O’Neal and Best Actress nominee Ali MacGraw, and explains how the classic tearjerker made her want to travel from South Korea to the United States to study at an American university — even going so far as to fail out of college in Korea so she could go to the U.S.

CBS Fall Preview
CBS, 9pm

This special gives viewers a sneak peek of the new and returning series coming to CBS this fall.

CMT Giants: Vince Gill
CMT, 9pm

A star-studded lineup celebrates the career of country music legend Vince Gill in this 90-minute special. Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, Sting and more will share their favorite stories about Gill, who will also be interviewed.

The CW, 9pm
Series Finale!

The drama and reboot of the primetime soap opera of the same name following the wealthy Carrington and Colby families comes to a close after five seasons.

My Lottery Dream Home: “Bangor Bucks”
HGTV, 9pm

Lottery winner Jessica already has a dream home, so she has decided to help her daughter Josie find one of her own. This close mother/daughter team enlist David Bromstad to find the perfect family home for Josie and her young family in Bangor, Maine. And David might just stumble upon the house of his dreams — or nightmares — when he discovers author Stephen King lives nearby.

NBC, 9pm
Season Premiere!

This investigative newsmagazine extends its stretch as the longest-running series in NBC primetime history as it enters its 31st season starting tonight. Two-hour episodes air Fridays; the hourlong Dateline Weekend Mystery airs Saturdays beginning Sept. 24.

Great Performances: “Black Lucy and the Bard”
PBS, 9pm

A cross-disciplinary tour de force performed by the Nashville Ballet, this production explores the love life of William Shakespeare and his muses, the “Dark Lady” and the “Fair Youth,” presenting the idea that these subjects in his love sonnets were a Black woman and a young man. Mixing present-day and historical characters, the ballet is set to an original score by Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi; author Caroline Randall Williams narrates with her own spoken-word poetry from the book on which the show is based, Lucy Negro, Redux.

Beyond the CANVAS: “Art, Black Women Lead”
PBS, 10:30pm

In this half-hour program, explore the enormous contributions of Black women to the arts throughout American history.

Los Espookys
HBO, 11pm
Season Premiere!

The comedy about a group of friends who run a business that provides horror to clients in a dreamy Latin American country returns for a six-episode Season 2. This time around, Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco) is haunted by the ghost of a beauty pageant queen, and Uncle Tico (Fred Armisen) searches for a new purpose after his valet career is derailed.

Saturday, Sept. 17

College Football
ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, FS1 & NBC, beginning at 12pm Live

A stacked Saturday college football lineup includes Georgia at South Carolina (ESPN), Oklahoma at Nebraska (FOX), Texas State at Baylor (FS1), UConn at Michigan (ABC), California at Notre Dame (NBC), Penn State at Auburn (CBS), Ole Miss at Georgia Tech (ABC), BYU at Oregon (FOX), Mississippi State at LSU (ESPN), Toledo at Ohio State (FOX), Michigan State at Washington (ABC), Miami at Texas A&M (ESPN) and Fresno State at USC (FOX).

Paths of Glory
TCM, 3pm
Catch a Classic!

Cowritten and directed by visionary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, this searing 1957 drama is among the most powerful anti-war films ever made — with its anti-military stance so profound and radical for its time that the movie was banned in France for nearly 20 years and banned on U.S. military bases in Europe. Based on the novel by Humphrey Cobb, Paths of Glory tells the story of shell-shocked French World War I soldiers ordered on a suicide mission reluctantly led by Col. Dax (a fiery Kirk Douglas). When Dax refuses the corrupt Gen. Mireau’s (George Macready) orders for soldiers to fire on their own ranks to keep them driving forward during this impossible mission, the general scapegoats a group of the soldiers to protect his promotion, accusing them of cowardice in a kangaroo court. This haunting, exquisitely photographed dissection of the military machine in all its absurdity and capacity for dehumanization (a theme Kubrick would continue to explore throughout his career) is mesmerizing from its tense trench warfare sequences to its gripping courtroom climax to its ravaging final scene.

NASCAR Cup Series: Bass Pro Shops Night Race
USA Network, 7:30pm Live

NASCAR Cup Series stars return to the short track at Tennessee’s Bristol Motor Speedway for the final race in the Round of 16 playoffs. The field of championship-eligible drivers is cut down to 12 for next week’s race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Wedding of a Lifetime
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Original Film!

High school sweethearts Darby and Jake are an engaged couple living in a small mountain town. Over the years they have drifted apart. When their entire community nominates them to compete for an all-expenses-paid wedding in a nationally televised contest, it just might be what the couple needs to rekindle their romance. Stars Brooke D’Orsay and Jonathan Bennett.

Girl in Room 13
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!

This ripped-from-the-headlines film explores the dark underworld of the $150 billion human trafficking industry. Anne Heche stars as Janie, and Larissa Dias stars as her daughter Grace, who is abducted for human trafficking. The film brings to light important issues and continues to drive messaging for the network’s Stop Violence Against Women campaign.

Masters of Illusion
The CW, 9pm
Season Finale!

“The Extreme Exotic” marks the Season 8 finale of this series featuring great escapes, fascinating sleights of hand and large-scale illusions performed by cutting-edge illusionists and escape artists.

Help! I Wrecked My House: “A Family Affair”
HGTV, 9pm

There’s something for everyone at Jessica and Alwyn’s house: an office, playroom, living room and dining room plus a kitchen, all in one cramped space! Three generations share Jessica’s childhood home now that she and her husband have moved back to care for her mother. They’ve saved years for this renovation after losing $75,000 in savings to a contractor who walked away with their money and trust. It’s up to Jasmine Roth to restore their faith. She has a sizable budget to create a tranquil, upscale family bathroom, modernize the kitchen with ample hidden storage, and design a beachy, multifunctional living and dining room for the ages.

48 Hours
CBS, 10pm
Season Premiere!

The 35th season of the investigative program premieres tonight.

NFL Icons: “Walter Payton”
EPIX, 10pm

Follow the story of legendary Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton as told through archives and new interviews with his children, Brittney and Jarrett. The challenges of Payton’s rise from a small-town Mississippi childhood to global stardom in sports and pop culture, his extraordinary “Flu Game,” his untimely death at age 45 from a rare disease and more are covered in depth, along with his lasting legacy through the prestigious Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award named in his honor.

First Home Fix: “Double Duty Renovations”
HGTV, 10pm

Raisa and Austin pull double duty with two renovations. Mark and Michael want fun and relaxing spaces that reflect their diverse family, while Bethany and Dave need storage and functionality adaptable to the needs of a growing family.

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