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Go! Guide – July 17

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Kids and teens

Tune in Tonight: ‘Big Brother’ doubles down on AI

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A staple of summer distraction programming for much of this century, “Big Brother” (9 p.m., CBS, TV-PG) returns for a 26th season with a two-night premiere event.

Tune in Tonight: Will you watch the mid-summer classic?

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With the possible exception of fireflies (or is that lightning bugs?), nothing says summer quite like the MLB All-Star Game (8 p.m., Fox).

Tune in Tonight: Arrested development gets old

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Write about entertainment long enough and confusing themes emerge. Is adolescence a nightmare to be endured and transcended? Or a permanent state? Just watching the past week’s new and returning series may leave one bewildered.

Tune in Tonight: ‘Planet Earth’ returns with ‘Mammals’

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Had enough junk food? After a week of, well, Shark Week, a cheeky tabloid take on nature documentaries, it’s time for the real thing. A return to “Planet Earth,” if you will.

Tune in Tonight: ‘Me’ channels adolescent angst

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It doesn’t take a genius (or a critic) to assume that a 10-episode sci-fi series named “Me” is going to be self-absorbed. Did I mention that it’s about a 12-year-old? Who learns he has superpowers?

Tune in Tonight: ‘Mastermind’ profiles a good listener

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Not all hero(ines) wear capes. While its title might suggest just another true-crime docuseries, the new Hulu miniseries “Mastermind: To Think Like a Killer” is a refreshing departure. It celebrates psychiatric nurse and professor Dr. Ann Burgess, an unassuming woman who pretty much invented the science of profiling killers, rapists and serial predators.

Go! Guide – July 10

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Kids and teens

Tune in Tonight: Rashida Jones stars in ‘Sunny’

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The new mystery series “Sunny” arrives on Apple TV+. Endowed with an ironic title and perhaps one too many unsettling elements, “Sunny” must be admired for its inventive audacity.

Special event set for Wednesday for ‘American Modern’ book

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An already nationally released coffee table book on the extensive story of Columbus and its Modernist architectural foundation could help the city turn the page on a whole new group of devotees to the community’s design stature.