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Seinfeld 30th Anniversary marathon
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 6 a.m. on TBS
There was a time when sitcom characters weren’t allowed to be jerks. TV execs feared that viewers wouldn’t want to watch a show about people who were selfish, petty, duplicitous — you know, the stuff that makes us human. Fortunately, that all changed 30 years ago, thanks to a stand-up comic named Jerry Seinfeld. To celebrate, TBS has put together a “Bestivus” marathon of 30 standout Seinfeld classics, featuring the episodes you’d expect (“The Puffy Shirt,” “The Yada Yada”) as well as some lesser-known gems like “The Red Dot” (season 3) and “The Chicken Roaster” (season 8). You may end up spending the whole day on the couch—not that there’s anything wrong with that. —Kristen Baldwin
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- How many Seinfeld series finale guest stars do you remember?
- Here’s how Patton Oswalt got his first TV job on Seinfeld
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Supersize My Pool
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on HGTV
This is for anyone who ever wanted A.C. Slater to come to their pool party. On this new makeover show, Saved by the Bell star and TV host Mario Lopez is surprising families whose backyards need an update — grottoes, slides, and hot tubs included. But, sadly, not Mario.
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Evel Live 2
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on History
After last year’s successful stunt with Travis Pastrana in Las Vegas, HISTORY is back with more death-defying action in Evel Live 2. This time, champion freestyle motocross athlete Axell Hodges and female freestyle motocross athlete Vicki Golden will attempt to break world records with three jaw-dropping motorcycle stunts — LIVE! — from California’s San Bernardino International Airport. Here’s the breakdown:
—Vicki Golden will aim to shatter the motorcycle firewall record where she will speed through a series of flaming wooden boards. Golden will be the first female to attempt to break the current record which was set back in 2006.
—Axell Hodges will attempt to soar over more than 24 beverage trucks to break Evel Knievel’s 1971 attempt and Evel’s son Robbie’s 2003 record.
-—In the final stunt of the live event, Axell will put his life on the line by attempting to jump farther than anyone ever has on a motorcycle, a recorded distance that was set in 2011 at 379’9” feet.
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- Six star Barry Sloane previews the second, rule-breaking season of the History Channel series
- History not moving forward with planned Bill Clinton impeachment series
Big Little Lies
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on HBO
The fight heats up between Celeste (Nicole Kidman) and Mary Louise (Meryl Streep) as they have their first meeting with a family judge on the custody petition. Bonnie (Zoe Kravitz) struggles to come to terms with past trauma, brought to the surface by her mother’s hospitalization. Ed (Adam Scott) and Madeleine (Reese Witherspoon) try to find their way back to some sense of normalcy in their marriage, while Jane (Shailene Woodley) tries to get comfortable being physical with Corey (Douglas Smith). —Maureen Lee Lenker
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- Big Little Lies premiere recap: Let second grade (and Meryl Streep’s Emmy campaign) begin!
APOLLO: Missions to the Moon
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on Nat Geo
Seamlessly weaving in vibrant archival footage of the time, this documentary, timed to the moon landing’s 50th anniversary, wonderfully gives a comprehensive portrait of the visionary Apollo space program that ran from 1961 to 1972. In a subject that just in the last year has been very top of mind, APOLLO breaks new ground using little-seen footage of NASA’s female engineers during the space race — or the employees who were laid off after the excitement of putting a man on the moon died down. A clip of Gus Grissom’s worried wife pre-Apollo 1 disaster is particularly heartbreaking. A- —Marcus Jones
- See Zedd’s striking video composition for Nat Geo’s One Strange Rock
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