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Tuesday, September 02

  • Wizard Wars

    Alas, there are no Hogwarts grads on Syfy's latest, but the competition does crib elements from other series.

  • World News with David Muir

    Muir replaces Diane Sawyer. Somewhere, Ron Burgundy weeps.

  • Drunk History

    Featuring Alia Shawkat as Frances Cleveland, Courteney Cox as Edith Wilson, and Casey Wilson as Dolley Madison.

Wednesday, September 03

  • SEASON PREMIERE

    The League

    Fantasy football's most entertainingly unpleasant competitors return to discover there are worse things than coming in at the bottom of the league (well, maybe).

Thursday, September 04

  • 7 Deadly Sins

    A porn star with a life-threatening 36O cup size leads the ''Pride'' episode of Morgan Spurlock's unsettling, absorbing, Tales From the Crypt-ish docu-series.

  • Sunday Night Football

    SNF kicks off the season with the Packers against the Super Bowl-winning Seahawks...on a Thursday.

  • Dating Naked

    Tonight's nudes include a Philly radio host and an L.A. native.

  • Project Runway

    The contestants have to use fancy jewelry pieces for inspiration.

  • The Honourable Woman

    Nessa gets involved with a ''compromised telecom-munications initiative.''

  • Black Jesus

    ''Miracles be happening in your face all the time!'' Jesus (Gerald ''Slink'' Johnson) says on this Compton-set sitcom from Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder.

Friday, September 05

  • Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C)

    For those looking to do good without dumping a bucket of ice over their head, there's the SU2C telethon. The prime-time event will be simulcast liveacross 31 channels, Hulu, and Yahoo, with appearances and performances by Will Ferrell, Jennifer Aniston, Jon Hamm, the Who, Ariana Grande, and more.

Saturday, September 06

  • SERIES DEBUT

    The Chair

    Cinephiles, take note of this gripping Project Greenlight follow-up about two competing filmmakers—one a writer looking to direct, the other a YouTube sensation—creating their own features with help from producers Zachary Quinto and Chris Moore.

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