Tuesday’s TV Highlights: ‘Frontline’ on KOCE

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This week’s TV Movies


AL QAEDA: The terrorist organization is examined on a new edition of “Frontline” that includes an update following the death of Osama Bin Laden at 9 p.m. on KOCE. Above: A Mujahidin commander.


NCIS: Tony (Michael Weatherly) recalls his past — and his very first encounter with Gibbs (Mark Harmon) — on a new episode of the hit action-drama (8 p.m. CBS).

The Biggest Loser: Pop music’s OneRepublic performs on a new episode of the weight-loss competition (8 p.m. NBC).

Glee: Kristin Chenoweth reprises her guest role on a new episode of the musical series (8 p.m. Fox).

The Looney Tunes Show: Bugs Bunny and company are what’s up, doc, in this new animated series (8 p.m. Cartoon Network).

Independent Lens: The 2010 documentary “A Film Unfinished” examines Nazi propaganda about Jews living in the Warsaw ghetto during World War II (10 p.m. KLCS).

How the States Got Their Shapes: Brush up on your geography with this new map-minded historical series (10 p.m. History).


Too Big to Fail: Opening the Vault to the Financial Crisis: Journalist and author Andrew Sorkin discusses his book about the Wall Street bailouts in this new special (8:30 p.m. HBO).

Steel Divas: Female bodybuilders pump serious iron as they prepare for competition in this new special (11 p.m. Lifetime).


A Day at the Races: A marathon of films about the sport of horse racing comes charging out of the gate with this 1937 Marx Brothers farce (5 p.m. TCM).

Agora: Rachel Weisz stars in this thought-provoking historical drama set in Roman-era Egypt (8 p.m. TMC).


Baseball: The Angels face the Red Sox (4 p.m. FSN), and the Dodgers host the Cubs (7 p.m. KCAL, WGN America).

Basketball: The NBA playoffs continue with the Boston Celtics at the Miami Heat (4 p.m. TNT) and the Memphis Grizzlies at the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Hockey: The NHL playoffs (4 p.m. VS).