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Better Call Saul
AMC, 10 ET/PT

The Breaking Bad prequel got a little Badder this season with the original show’s villain Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito). But Saul is still all about  Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk). In tonight’s third-season finale,  Kim (Rhea Seehorn) takes some time away, and Jimmy tries to make amends.

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Superhuman
Fox, 9 ET/PT

Fox’s offbeat game show features five people with “superhuman” talents, such as perfect memory or advanced math skills, competing for a $50,000 prize. It’s a bit like American Ninja Warrior for the mind. Hosted by Kal Penn, the show is judged by Mike Tyson, Christina Milian and Dr. Rahul Jandial. This week’s second episode features Penn being guided through a maze by a man who isn’t looking at it.

Still Star-Crossed
ABC, 10 ET/PT

The Shakespearean-inspired show, from producer Shonda Rhimes,  is a mixed bag, but still a fun summer diversion with beautiful costumes and sets. In the third episode, Prince Escalus (Sterling Sulieman) attempts to convince the citizens of fair Verona with a public betrothal that Rosaline (Lashana Lynch) and Benvolio (Wade Briggs) are truly in love, but a conspiracy to keep the Montagues and Capulets feuding might ruin plans for peace.

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