“A League of Their Own” 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., CMT (1992)
Geena Davis and Tom Hanks star in this fictional drama about the women’s professional baseball league that was created during World War II.
“West Side Story” 7 p.m. to 9:45 p.m., TCM (1961)
You say you’ve never seen this 10-time Oscar winner? We won’t hold that against you, but you’re missing out on some iconic musical numbers and memorable choreography. Natalie Wood stars as Maria, who falls in love with a boy that’s from a different background.
“Melissa & Joey” 7 p.m., ABC Family (New)
Mel punches a man while defending her nephew and a video of the incident gets posted online. But Mel finds a way to make this benefit her campaign.
“Royal Pains” 8 p.m., USA (New)
Jill’s nephew acts out at summer camp and Hank suspects there’s more to his behavior than meets the eye.
“Dallas” 8 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. to 10:13 p.m., TNT (Both new, series premiere)
The Ewings are back. The classic 1980s drama gets a reboot with a new generation of the Ewing family and some familiar faces as well. Don’t worry, J.R. (Larry Hagman) is still up to no good. Would it still be “Dallas” if he wasn’t?
“Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America” 8 p.m., Travel Channel (New)
Adam heads south, where he tried a chick and cheddar biscuit sandwich in North Carolina and an Asian flank-steak sandwich in Nashville.
“Strictly Irish Dancing” 9 p.m., TLC (New)
You’ll get exhausted just watching these four students prepare for the world championships in Dublin, Ireland.
“Necessary Roughness” 9 p.m., USA (New)
Dani helps a roller-derby star get to the bottom of her collapse on the rink. Elsewhere, Ray Jay navigates relationship woes and T.K. must prove he can run or risk losing his bonus.
— Laura King
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