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  • 9:00 PM, DSC

    Season 10 of the hit reality series opens with the fishermen racing the clock to make the market deadline in a shortened crabbing season. As if that weren't stressful enough, one of the boats goes up in flames in "Careful What You Wish For." There's good news for fans of the Harris family: The Cornelia Marie will be back, co-captained by Josh Harris and Casey McManus, later in the season.

  • 9:00 PM, BRAVO

    During the July 4 weekend in the Hamptons, Ramona and Mario invite Kristen and Josh over to play tennis, but the women butt heads over Ramona's failure to attend Heather's anniversary party. Sonja is also unhappy with Ramona, calling her unsupportive. Aviva tries to settle the "book-gate" situation with Carole, but it doesn't go well in the new episode "Fireworks."

  • 9:31 PM, NBC

    Mel (J.K. Simmons) worries that Henry (Eli Baker) is becoming lazy and takes him to work to show him what success looks like. Henry learns a lesson from the visit, but it's not the one his dad was going for. Joyce and Katie (Jenna Elfman, Ava Deluca-Verley) decide it's time they stood up for themselves, with embarrassing results, in the new episode "Desk/Job."

  • 7:00 PM, ESPN

    Leading up to this summer's FIFA World Cup, ESPN's critically acclaimed "30 for 30" film series presents "Soccer Stories." The series includes two feature-length films and six half-hour documentaries, and two of those docus premiere tonight. "Maradona '86" looks back at the 1986 World Cup heroics of Diego Maradona as he captained Argentina to the title, and "The Opposition" revisits Chile's controversial inclusion in the 1974 Cup.

  • 7:00 PM, ESPN

    Leading up to this summer's FIFA World Cup, ESPN's critically acclaimed "30 for 30" film series presents "Soccer Stories." The series includes two feature-length films and six half-hour documentaries, and two of those docus premiere tonight. "Maradona '86" looks back at the 1986 World Cup heroics of Diego Maradona as he captained Argentina to the title, and "The Opposition" revisits Chile's controversial inclusion in the 1974 Cup.

  • 8:00 PM, CW

    Cami (Leah Pipes) tries an unconventional treatment on Kieran (Todd Stashwick), but it causes him to have a violent episode. After arguing with Klaus (Joseph Morgan) over how to handle the Crescent Wolves, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) visits the bayou and witnesses a terrible explosion. Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) gives Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) a surprising bit of information about her family history in the new episode "An Unblinking Death."

  • 9:00 PM, CBS

    Sam and Callen (LL Cool J, Chris O'Donnell) seek help from a Gurkha, an elite Nepali soldier whose specialty is knife fighting, to retrieve a missing thumb drive. Kensi and Deeks (Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen) try to strike the right balance in their personal and professional relationships in "The Frozen Lake." Linda Hunt and Barrett Foa also star.

  • 9:00 PM, TRAVEL

    Chef Sammy DeMarco and film director Frank Coraci ("The Wedding Singer," "Zookeeper") travel the country comparing comfort foods in this new series. In each episode, they visit a different city and try three different variations on the same food, with the one they like best winning its creator $10,000. In the premiere, "Breakfast in the Big Apple," they're in New York sampling breakfast sandwiches.

  • 9:00 PM, PBS

    Timed to coincide with Earth Day, the new documentary "A Fierce Green Fire" chronicles the modern environmental movement from the 1960s through the present day. Robert Redford, Ashley Judd, Meryl Streep, writer Isabel Allende and activist Van Jones share the narration duties as the film traces how the movement's focus has evolved from conservation to climate change.

  • 9:00 PM, SYFY

    In the season finale, the contestants must create two alien characters. Piece of cake, right? Not so much. These extraterrestrials don't just have to look cool; they have to be able to get through a dance performance. The artist who produces the winning creature takes home the grand prize in "Heavenly Bodies." McKenzie Westmore hosts.

  • 9:00 PM, CW

    Sheriff Mills (Kim Rhodes) kills a vampire who attacked one of her prisoners (Katherine Ramdeen), then calls the Winchester brothers (Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki) for help. They learn that a family of vampires has kidnapped the prisoner to use as bait for humans in the new episode "Alex Annie Alexis Ann."

  • 9:01 PM, NBC

    Things don't go as planned when Will (David Walton) invites Sam (Adrianne Palicki) to Andy and Laurie's (Al Madrigal, Annie Mumolo) game night. When his friend TJ (Zach Cregger) invites Fiona (Minnie Driver) along, Will does what he can to keep them from hitting it off too well. Marcus (Benjamin Stockham) is distressed to learn that his baby sitter is the mother of a mean girl at school in the new episode "About A Kiss."

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