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Tuesday, Sept. 11
9/11: Escape From the Towers
Each original World Trade Center tower consisted of 110 floors, and each floor had a story. In this two-hour special, survivors from two of those floors — many speaking publicly for the first time — tell their harrowing stories of being there on the fateful day of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. Focusing on one floor in the North Tower and one floor in the South, this film provides a never-before-achieved intimacy with what it was really like to be inside the Twin Towers on 9/11.
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 shattered steel, but not the resolve of the survivors inside the towers. Hear bone-chilling accounts from those who experienced it all. 9/11: Escape From the Towers premieres on HISTORY tonight, at 9/8c. pic.twitter.com/WzBAWtm6Wa
— HISTORY (@HISTORY) September 11, 2018
The Great American Read: “Fall Kick-off”
Join host Meredith Vieira in the search for America’s best-loved novel. The voting is underway, and the competition is heating up — any book could win.
Below Deck Mediterranean: “Reunion Part 1”
The crew looks back on bad decisions while joined by an unexpected guest during Part 1 of the Season 3 finale.
Castaways: “My True Rescue”
Robbie and Kenzi are convinced Eric is on their island and wonder if he is looking for a companion. Krichelle struggles with her infection and contemplates leaving the island early, which in turn would leave Tim alone. All of the castaways begin to question their true motivations and why they should stay.
Mayans M.C. “Escorpión/Dzec”
In the second episode of Kurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy follow-up, “EZ” Reyes (JD Pardo) continues to try to earn the club’s trust as their newest prospect. The Mayans seek answers from a local crew as the Galindo cartel’s worlds — north and south of the border — collide.
Frontline: “Left Behind America”
Intimate stories of one Rust Belt city’s struggle to recover in the post-recession economy. Frontline and ProPublica report on the economic and social forces shaping Dayton, Ohio — a once-booming city where nearly 35 percent of the residents now live in poverty.
The Purge: “Take What’s Yours”
USA Network, 10pm
Jane (Amanda Warren) considers the morality of the Purge, while Miguel (Gabriel Chavarria) searches for Pete the Cop.
In Season 11, baby Monroe is calling the shots and throwing the lives of house flipper and new-ish father Jeff Lewis and his staff at Jeff Lewis Design into a tailspin. Now that family takes priority, Jeff’s goals are to take on fewer clients and to flip properties more efficiently, but employee turnover keeps everything in flux, and Jeff must lean on his partner Gage Edward and executive assistant Jenni Pulos for help.
Wednesday, Sept. 12
Hold the Sunset
British streaming service BritBox brings this sitcom over from across the pond, where it aired on BBC One earlier this year. It follows two retired neighbors, Edith (Alison Steadman) and Phil (British comedy legend John Cleese, of Monty Python and Fawlty Towers fame). With their former spouses no longer around, the old flames now plan to start a new life together abroad. Their plans are thwarted, however, when Edith’s middle-aged son Roger (Jason Watkins) moves back into his mother’s home after walking out on his family.
Born This Way Presents: Deaf Out Loud
Marlee Matlin, the only deaf performer to date to have won an Oscar, is an executive producer of this documentary special that follows three predominantly deaf families as they raise their children in a hearing world. Though there are many differing opinions about how deaf children should be raised, these families work to forge their own paths forward and combat the daily social stigmas many deaf people face.
MasterChef: “Battle of the Beef/The Semi Final”
In the first of the night’s back-to-back episodes, the remaining home chefs face a series of skills tests that use beef as the protein. Then, the final four contestants are split into pairs and must prepare incredible entrees for the judges’ mentors: chefs Daniel Boulud, Jonathan Waxman and Lidia Bastianich. At stake are a trio of spots in the season finale.
Raising Tourette’s: “Finding Courage/Celebration”
Two back-to-back episodes round out the season. In “Finding Courage,” Kristin faces her worst nightmare as Sam prepares to open up publicly about his Tourette’s. Then, in the season finale episode “Celebration,” Kristin gears up for graduation, Kaden tunes up his cello for his big performance, Charlie finds a reprieve from her tics onstage and Colton gets the surprise of a lifetime.
World of Dance
The Season 2 winner is crowned in a two-hour finale.
Ancient Invisible Cities: “Istanbul”
Take an extraordinary journey through ancient Istanbul, the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Professor Darius Arya uses the latest 3D imaging technology to see the city and its treasures as no human eye ever could.
Suits: “Motion to Delay”
USA Network, 9pm
An old foe backs the firm into a corner, while Samantha (Katherine Heigl) and Alex (Dulé Hill) try to broker a peace between clients.
Crisis on Wall Street: The Week That Shook the World
This original documentary presents the definitive televised account of the most tumultuous days of the historic 2008 financial crisis. Ten years later, through gripping interviews with the Wall Street titans and government officials who struggled to save some of the nation’s largest banks from collapse, author and CNBC anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin reports on how close we came to a global economic catastrophe.
American Horror Story: Apocalypse
Jessica Lange is back for the eighth season of Ryan Murphy’s horror franchise, this one being a crossover between Murder House and Coven. Lange resurfaces as Constance and Sarah Paulson as Cordelia. Adding to the terror is the devil’s spawn, of which Paulson warns: “It ain’t pretty.”
The Sinner: “Part VII”
USA Network, 10pm
Heather (Natalie Paul) and Ambrose (Bill Pullman) search for Julian (Elisha Henig).
Thursday, Sept. 13
This season, the action in the Rupert Grint-starring series based on the 2000 comedic crime caper film takes place on Spain’s Costa del Sol and follows the Hill Gang on the lam.
The Oslo Diaries
In 1992, with Israeli-Palestinian relations at an all-time low and any communication between the two sides punishable by jail time, a small group of Israelis and Palestinians gathered secretly in Oslo for a series of meetings that came to be known as the Oslo Accords. This documentary shares their story through readings of the participants’ diaries and exclusive interviews with key players.
Host Alec Baldwin welcomes Sugar Ray Leonard, Pamela Anderson, Ali Wentworth, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Adam Carolla and Mark Duplass to the season finale.
Queen of the South: “El Mundo”
USA Network, 9pm
Reeling from a surprise attack, Teresa (Alice Braga) makes a bold move to seize the throne.
Take Two: “One to the Heart”
Still wrestling with the emotional reverberations of sleeping together, Sam and Eddie take a case involving a serial con man who victimizes wealthy women. But their plan goes awry when they discover they’re not the only ones after the con man and may be stepping into a trap.
Shooter: “Red Light”
USA Network, 10pm
Bob Lee (Ryan Phillippe) attempts to put an end to Atlas, all while trying to save his marriage and tie up the remaining threads from his past. Isaac (Omar Epps), Nadine (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) and Harris (Jesse Bradford) find new roles for themselves in D.C.
Friday, Sept. 14
Sean Penn and Natascha McElhone star in this drama about a group of astronauts striving to become the first humans on Mars. This marks Penn’s first regularly starring foray into scripted series television.
The animated cult hit boasting Will Arnett, Aaron Paul and Amy Sedaris among its voice cast returns for Season 5.
The Dragon Prince
Aaron Ehasz, of Avatar: The Last Airbender fame, is behind this animated fantasy series about two human princes who forge an unlikely bond with the elfin assassin sent to kill them. Ultimately, they embark on an epic quest to bring peace to their warring lands.
Kate del Castillo is back as Emilia Urquiza, ex-first lady on the run. In Season 2, she becomes a true revolutionary leader and realizes that corruption is not only found in her country, but also within her own family.
Sunday’s Best: Celebrating 40 Years of “CBS Sunday Morning”
Jane Pauley anchors this special, which features CBS Sunday Morning’s award-winning lineup of correspondents delivering insightful reporting on issues that matter to Americans; profiling top entertainment figures; taking an in-depth look at the world of art, design and architecture; and much more.
The Wrong Friend
When Riley (Li Eubanks) meets Chris (Jared Scott), she thinks he is basically perfect. But after a party at his house, she sees that he has a darker side. When his adoration turns to obsession, and her dream into a nightmare, Riley must figure out what Chris is after. Vivica A. Fox plays a school principal in the film and is also a producer.
American Masters: “Basquiat”
Discover the anonymous graffiti artist turned rock star of the early ’80s New York art scene whose work ultimately commanded millions. It took less than a decade for the accountant’s son from Brooklyn to rise to dizzying heights.
Wynonna Earp: “Undo It”
History keeps repeating itself when Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) has to make an impossible choice. Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) and Nicole (Katherine Barrell) visit a jeweler, and a familiar face returns to Purgatory.
Nat Geo Wild, 10pm
Situated at the crossroads of the Americas, Mexico has been a magnet for animal species, and this three-part miniseries event journeys through the country’s diverse landscapes — from the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea to mountains, deserts and tropical forests — to discover that incredible array of creatures.
Killjoys: “The Kids Are Alright”
Team Awesome Force sneak onto the RAC to rescue Westerly’s stolen children. Meanwhile, Zeph (Kelly McCormack) and Pip (Atticus Mitchell) grow closer.
Travel Channel, 10pm Live
This live interactive series features the paranormal investigative team the Tennessee Wraith Chasers, who take viewers to a secret haunted location every week (via live-streaming social feeds), where viewers can monitor the activity and help guide the investigation in real time.
Saturday, Sept. 15
ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, FS1 & NBC, beginning at 12pm Live
Top college football matchups this Saturday include Kent State at Penn State (FS1), Vanderbilt at Notre Dame (NBC), LSU at Auburn (CBS), Houston at Texas Tech (FOX), Alabama at Ole Miss (ESPN), USC at Texas (FOX), Ohio State at TCU (ABC), Washington at Utah (ESPN) and Fresno State at UCLA (FS1).
Major League Baseball
FOX & FS1, beginning at 1pm Live
The MLB regular season is winding down, and FOX and FS1 combine for a Saturday doubleheader. Viewers will see either the Detroit Tigers at the Cleveland Indians or the L.A. Dodgers at the St. Louis Cardinals in an afternoon regional game on FOX. Then in primetime, FS1 airs the Minnesota Twins at the Kansas City Royals.
Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers
This docuseries takes a deep dive into the December 2014 murder of Jessica Chambers, a Mississippi teen who was doused with gasoline and set on fire, and the investigation into the horrific crime. The five-part series is inspired by the reporting of BuzzFeed News’ investigative reporter Katie J.M. Baker and directed by Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated Joe Berlinger. It explores Chambers’ murder, the trial of Quinton Tellis — a local black man accused of the crime — and the tense racial divide that split their small Mississippi town.
Love in Design
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Familiar Hallmark movie staple Danica McKellar is back, this time playing Hannah, who hosts a TV renovation series called Love in Design, in which she modernizes outdated spaces. With the show’s ratings slipping, Hannah’s boss wants her to host the show from her hometown of Lewisburg, a quaint community Hannah says doesn’t do modern. Tasked with renovating the town’s historic manor into a B&B, Hannah is up for the challenge but not ready to work with the architect overseeing the project — her ex-boyfriend Jeff (Andrew W. Walker).
Nat Geo Wild, 10pm
This tail-wagging three-part miniseries follows renowned “dogtographer” Kaylee Greer as she photographs the silly side of man’s best friend. In addition to snapping ad campaigns for major brands and pics of pampered pooches for private clients, Kaylee loves to pluck shelter dogs from obscurity and transform them into canine supermodels in the hopes of helping them find forever homes.
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