Summer Glau in "Arrow" on KTLA.

Summer Glau joins the cast of "Arrow" on KTLA. (Cate Cameron / The CW / July 11, 2013)

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This week's TV Movies  

 



SUNDAY

A high school bully learns the value of playing nice in the tune-filled TV movie "Contest." 6 p.m. Cartoon Network

A humble shop girl (Joanna Vanderham) assists customers in need of retail therapy during the Victorian era in the seven-part drama "The Paradise" airing on "Masterpiece Classic." 9 p.m. KOCE

They'll put a spell on you: Julia Ormond, Mädchen Amick, Jenna Dewan Tatum and Rachel Boston are the "Witches of East End" in this new supernatural drama. 10 p.m. Lifetime

MONDAY

Rachel Bilson's back with "Hart of Dixie," likewise Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan with the fantasy drama "Beauty and the Beast." 8 and 9 p.m. KTLA

Issues surrounding gender identity, homophobia, tolerance and school violence converge in Marta Cunningham's thought-provoking 2013 case study "Valentine Road." 9 p.m. HBO

A chess team made up disadvantaged youngsters is profiled on "POV," and high school dropouts get help from high achievers like Oliver Stone, Suze Orman and 50 Cent in the new series "Dream School." 10 p.m. KOCE; 10 p.m. Sundance

TUESDAY

For one brief shining moment, there was a bulwark against NBA hegemony, and it was called the American Basketball Association, an era revisited on a new "30 for 30." 5 p.m. ESPN; 7 p.m. ESPN2

The "Velvet Teddy Bear" himself, "American Idol's" Ruben Studdard, looks to shed some excess pounds on the return of "The Biggest Loser." 8 p.m. NBC

Is it February already? William Baldwin and Natalie Brown star in the made-for-cable romantic fable "Be My Valentine." 8 p.m. Hallmark

The Winchester brothers (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles) get back to battling those things that go bump in the night on the return of "Supernatural." 9 p.m. KTLA

"Frontline" details the damage done by what Keith Jackson used to call "a whole lotta head crackin'?" in "League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis." 9 p.m. KOCE