Tuesday’s TV Highlights: ‘Never Let Me Go’ on Cinemax

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FRIENDS FOR LIFE: Andrew Garfield, left, Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan star in the poignant 2010 fable “Never Let Me Go” at 8:15 p.m. on Cinemax.


Glee: The club gets inspiration from the music of Lady Gaga in this repeat (8 p.m. Fox).

Take the Money and Run: A Chicago couple accepts the challenge in this new installment (9 p.m. ABC).

American Ninja Warrior: Another season of the competition concludes in Midoriyama, Japan (9 p.m. G4).

Combat Hospital: An Army chaplain suffers a crisis of faith on a new episode of the medical drama (10 p.m. ABC).

Born to Dance: Laurieann Gibson: The aspiring dancers perform on “The Monique Show” in this new episode (10 p.m. BET).

Dirty Money: A pile of bicycle parts is rebuilt into a Pee-wee Herman-style cruiser in this new episode (10 p.m. Discovery).

Web Therapy: Fiona (Lisa Kudrow) makes a shocking discovery about her husband (11 p.m. Showtime).


Journey of the Broad-Winged Hawk: This special tracks the 4,500-mile migration – from New Hampshire to South America – of these majestic birds of prey (9 p.m. KCET).

What Not to Wear: Top 10 Meltdowns: This new special spotlights some of the reality series’ most makeover-resistant subjects (10 p.m. TLC).


Casablanca: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman star in this classic 1942 tale of love during wartime (9 p.m. TCM).


Little League baseball: Play continues at the annual tournament in Williamsport, Pa. (10 a.m. ESPN2; 1 and 5 p.m. ESPN).

Baseball: The Dodgers visit the Cardinals (5 p.m. KCAL); regional coverage (5 p.m. MLB); and the Angels host the White Sox (7 p.m. FSN, WGN America).

Women’s basketball: The New York Liberty meets the Phoenix Mercury (7 p.m. ESPN2).