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Ben Kingsley co-stars as Tut's closest adviser."Packed in a Trunk" (HBO at 8) Documentary traces the story of Provincetown, Massachusetts, painter Edith Lake Wilkinson, who was committed to an asylum by her family in the early 20th century.A great-niece discovers Wilkinson's belongings in an attic and wants to know more."POV: Return to Homs" (PBS, check local listings) Documentary about a 19-year-old man trying to survive in the besieged Syrian city of Homs."Humanity From Space" (PBS, check listings) A survey, from an orbiting perspective, of the many ways humans have left their mark on the planet and transformed it."Knock Knock Live" (Fox at 8) Reality show hosted by Ryan Seacrest, who sends teams, which include some celebs and pro athletes, out across the country to knock on people's doors and give them the opportunity to win cash in a series of inventive games and quizzes, "taking an ordinary day and making it unforgettable.""The Agent" (Esquire at 9) Docuseries about the high-stakes world of being an NFL agent.*"Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! ) of the massive publicity campaign related to the transition of Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce."Stewarts & Hamiltons" (E!*"The Astronaut Wives Club" (Thursdays at 7 on ABC) Drama series based on Lily Koppel's book about the women behind NASA's pioneering astronauts.Sort of a fizzier twist on "The Right Stuff.""Alone" (Thursdays at 9 on History) Ten survivalists (all guys) are dropped off in the Vancouver Island wilderness, separated from one another and left on their own, without even a camera crew or producers."Celebrity Family Feud" (ABC at 7) Perhaps the only thing left for idle celebs to do — game shows. Phil, Mario Lopez, "Glee's" Kevin Mc Hale and more."Battle Bots" (ABC at 7) Six-episode revival of the robot-combat competition series from the early 2000s."Big Crazy Family Adventure" (Travel at 8) Follow Bruce Kirby and Christine Pitkanen and their young sons (ages 7 and 3) as they go on an extremely challenging family trip to a Himalayan monastery, covering 13,000 miles and taking no airplanes to get there."It should give the summer movies a run for their money," said Patterson,... Premiered June 8."Dark Matter" (Fridays at 9 on Syfy) Drama series based on the Dark Horse comic book about six people who wake up and have no idea how they all wound up on the same spaceship.Premiered June 12."Dare to Wear" (Fridays at 9 on TLC) Fashion disasters from opposite sides of the wardrobe spectrum have to switch closets and wear the other person's clothes and shoes.Enjoy.*"Un REAL" (Mondays at 9 on Lifetime) Delectably cruel fictional drama is a near-perfect send-up of life behind the scenes of a "Bachelor"-type reality show.Premiered June 1."The Whispers" (Mondays at 9 on ABC) This mediocre drama starts off with the usual spooky children of the leafy D. suburbs talking to "imaginary" friends with malevolent plans. Aaron Paul, who won three Emmy awards for his portrayal of troubled junkie Jesse Pinkman in "Breaking Bad," will star in the new Hulu original series "The Way." Paul will also be a producer on the series, which is from Universal Television and Jason Katims’ True Jack Productions and was created...

Among other unnatural disasters between now and Labor Day, Syfy has a D. (Who would have ever expected a David Simon/Paul Haggis HBO miniseries about public housing?

at ) Talk show derived from gossip-mag hottie and "sex enthusiast" Brody Jenner's podcast about all things relationships, hookups, etc. (Seems a little quick, Brody.)*"7 Days in Hell" (HBO at 9) Mockumentary looks back at a legendary, record-breaking tennis match between two rivals, played by "Game of Thrones'" Kit Harington and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine's" Andy Samberg."Livin' Lozada" (OWN at 8) Reality series follows "Basketball Wives" star Evelyn Lozada as her life takes some new directions."Morgan Spurlock Presents Freedom!

The Movie" (CMT at 8) Documentary film from the "Super Size Me" producer explores the idea of independence and whether we're all still truly liberated in today's America."My Depression: The Up and Down of It" (HBO at 8) Short, animated documentary follows theater director/composer Elizabeth Swados's decades-long struggle with depression.*"POV: Web Junkie" (PBS, check local listings) Documentary about how China treats teenagers diagnosed with Internet addiction, which the government has declared a national health crisis.*"Impastor" (TV Land at ) Dramedy stars Michael Rosenbaum as a man running from gambling debt who takes an opportunity to assume the identity of a gay pastor at a church in a small town.*"I Am Jazz" (TLC at 9) Docuseries about a 14-year-old transgender girl who's getting ready to start high school."The Jim Gaffigan Show" (TV Land at 9) Lighter than "Louie" (but sort of like it), this comedy is based on the career and home life of Jim Gaffigan, a married comedian with many children."2015 ESPYS" (ABC at 7) Awards show for the best in sports programming, otherwise known as the night that sports-obsessed viewers are more likely to recognize the stars on the red carpet.

Premiered June 2."Sense8" (Netflix streaming) Tedious but stylish sci-fi series from the Wachowskis ("The Matrix") about eight strangers who discover that their minds are linked.

Premiered June 5."100 Things to Do Before High School" (Saturdays at on Nickelodeon) Hipped by her big brother to the many bummers of high school, a 12-year-old girl decides to make the most of life with her BFFs before they have to face freshman year. No need to head to the multiplex for big action, special effects and hair-raising thrills, says bestselling author James Patterson, when the CBS adaptation of his novel, "Zoo," promises all that — and rampaging wildlife, to boot.