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By Kevin McDonough The critters are conspiring. That can't be a good thing. Based on a best-selling novel by James Patterson, the summer series "Zoo" (9 p.m., CBS, TV-14) ponders the grim possibilities of animals, wild and domestic, changing … more
By Kevin McDonoughBakers, barkeeps and barbers: Tonight's reality TV occupational programming is brought to you by the letter "b." "Cake Wars" (8 p.m., Food, TV-G) debuts. Not to be confused with … more
By Kevin McDonough Perhaps AMC's future is no longer in the past. The cable network changed its brand with the period piece "Mad Men" and has continued to mine history both distant and recent with "Hell on Wheels," "Turn," and "Halt and Catch … more
By Kevin McDonough As diverting as cotton candy and half as nutritious, "Teen Beach 2" (8 p.m., Disney) rings in the silly summer season. A brightly colored extravaganza that's equal parts musical numbers and fantasy, "Teen" blends the fashions … more
By Kevin McDonough If former game show host Marc Summers is not the father figure to a generation, then he's at least its funny uncle. Beginning in the late 1980s, Summers hosted "Double Dare" on Nickelodeon, a chaotic kids' game show that … more
By Kevin McDonough Daring, challenging and compelling, "Mr. Robot" (10 p.m., USA, TV-14) could be the most talked-about new drama of the summer. The challenging aspects of "Mr. Robot" present themselves immediately. Its main character, Elliot … more
By Kevin McDonough "Leepu & Pitbull" (10 p.m., History, TV-PG) may sound like characters from a "Madagascar" cartoon, but this is all about cars. And very different car cultures. A stylish import in more ways than one, "Leepu & Pitbull" … more
By Kevin McDonoughWhat's more destructive: A sudden flood? A freak storm? Or the drip, drip, drip of an untended leak? Our national conversation about gun violence tends to take place after … more
By Kevin McDonough Is network self-parody ever a good idea? Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig star in the 2015 drama "A Deadly Adoption" (8 p.m. Saturday, Lifetime). This project has been shrouded in secrecy by its stars and its network. Was it just … more
By Kevin McDonough Science fiction makes more sense to me when people have real jobs. "Blade Runner" was driven by Deckard's (Harrison Ford) grim task of hunting down wayward replicants. "Killjoys" (9 p.m., Syfy, TV-14), a Canadian series … more
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