This new documentary takes viewers behind the scenes of the NBA's Summer League, an annual exhibition event where rookies and unsigned players show coaches and team managers what they can do on the court. Two rookies -- Michael Carter Williams of Philadelphia 76ers and Shane Larkin of the Dallas Mavericks -- are prominently featured.
The classic F. Scott Fitzgerald story gets a typically rule-breaking revision from director Baz Luhrmann in a 2013 version with Leonardo DiCaprio as the wealthy 1920s recluse. Gatsby uses neighbor Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) as his liaison to reconnect with Nick's cousin and Gatsby's lost love Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan), whose husband (Joel Edgerton) is none too pleased when he finds out. Isla Fisher and Jason Clarke also appear in the lavish production.
Based on a true story, this new docudrama stars Dreama Walker as reporter Christine Pelisek, who connects the dots in dozens of unsolved Los Angeles murders and determines they're the work of one killer. Ernie Hudson and Michael O'Neill also star, with singer Macy Gray as the killer's sole surviving would-be victim.
Conference championship play is the order of the day today, starting with this final of the America East Tournament. Later on ESPN2, there are title games in the Southwest, MAC, Southland and Big West tournaments, while on ESPN look for finals in the AAC and Big 12 tourneys.
Fans of old-time "boys have at it" short-track racing will want to tune into today's Nationwide Series race from Tennessee's Bristol Motor Speedway, host of the Jeff Foxworthy's Grit Chips 300. A field including Austin Dillon, Parker Kligerman, Reed Sorenson and J.J. Yeley will do battle on the high-banked .533-mile oval in a race Kyle Busch won by .023 seconds last year ahead of Kyle Larson.
A mortally wounded man carrying a baby stumbles into a church and leaves the infant with a priest before he dies. As Castle and Beckett (Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic) investigate, they discover that the dead man was no relation to the child. Now they must find his killer and the little one's parents in "The Good, the Bad & the Baby."
Two women who live a long way from Austin made their "ACL" debuts in this episode. Eclectic British pop sensation Florence Welsh, frontwoman of Florence & the Machine, brings her band to town to perform songs from its first album, "Lungs." Also on the bill: Swedish electro-pop singer-songwriter Lykke Li.
Abigail (Lori Loughlin) learns more about Gowen's (Martin Cummins) dangerous behavior leading up to the mine disaster. As Julie (Charlotte Hegele) grows closer to Nathaniel (John Reardon), the rest of the Tolliver gang shows up in Coal Valley in the new episode "Love Comes First." Erin Krakow also stars.
As the hunt for the Urca gets under way, big changes are in store for Eleanor (Hannah New), while Bonny and Rackham (Clara Paget, Toby Schmitz) find their past misdeeds coming back to haunt them in the new episode "VIII." Toby Stephens, Luke Arnold and Zach McGowan also star.
Goldie Hawn stars as Jill, a free spirit who moves in next door to a blind man (Edward Albert), in this 1972 romantic comedy. Don (Albert) has been trying to live on his own, apart from his domineering mother (Eileen Heckart), and Jill helps him gain independence. Gradually, love blossoms, and Jill must decide if she wants to live a tamer life.