“Four Weddings: Unveiled,” 7 p.m., TLC (new)
Looking for wedding planning ideas? Or just like weddings? This episode takes a trip through four weddings: one with a rally towel, another with an interesting father-daughter dance, a third with a woman who uses her son in her vows and a ceremony with traditions from multiple faiths.
“Josh Groban: All That Echoes,” 8 p.m., PBS (live, new)
Classical singing star Josh Groban, above, performs live from Lincoln Center. During the concert, Groban will perform pieces of his latest album, “All That Echoes.”
“American Gangster,” 7 p.m., TNT (2007)
A biopic about Harlem drug kingpin Frank Lucas (Denzel Washington) and the rough-around-the-edges cop that is bent to bring him down. Set in the '70s, the film was directed by Ridley Scott.
“Out There,” 9 p.m., IFC (new)
Funnyman Nick Offerman guest stars on a new episode of “Out There,” a cartoon created by native Nebraskan Ryan Quincy. In this episode, Chad's dad refuses to participate in a father-son event, so he asks his friend's dad (Offerman) to help out. And the uber-masculine man teaches Chad taxidermy.
“House Hunters,” 9 p.m., HGTV (new)
Five guys need a big place to hang their hats, so they go looking in the Boston suburbs. Tops on the list: finding a place with a big kitchen since they like to cook a lot and, naturally, to brew beer.
— Kevin Coffey
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