When Camila Jimenez Villa and Silvana Aguirre, the women behind Univision’s scripted series about Mexico’s infamous drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, told their respective friends and families about the project, the response came swiftly.
“They were like, ‘Can you do a romantic comedy instead?’” Villa recalled recently at her office in Culver City.Read more
Dr. Jeff: Extra Dose and Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet Both series offer their season finales. 8 and 9 p.m. Animal Planet
Training Day After a gang shooting leaves a beloved community organizer dead, Frank (the late Bill Paxton) and Kyle (Justin Cornwell) are determined to ensure the victim didn’t die in vain.Read more
A prison employee (Penelope Ann Miller) helps two bad guys bust out in the new fact-based TV movie “New York Prison Break: The Seduction of Joyce Mitchell.” 8 p.m. Lifetime; also Mon.
The intrepid Jeremy Wade wades into the ninth and final season of his docu-series “River Monsters.” 9 p.m. Animal Planet
The new documentary “The L.A.Read more
"Mary Kills People," which premieres Sunday on Lifetime, feels cut to order for the network's evolving, more substantial brand, as spearheaded splendidly by the 2015 reality-behind-the-fakery reality-show drama "UnREAL."Read more
T.I. is known for his hits like “Big Things Poppin” and “Whatever You Like” that keep the party going. Born Clifford Harris Jr., the 36-year-old rapper has also found success in film and reality television over his 16-year career.
But after 2016’s string of fatal police shootings, T.I. seized the socially conscious movement, speaking out against the injustices he sees against the black community.Read more