The 10th anniversary of the "X Games" (4 p.m., ABC) brings the speed and daring of extreme sports to the network level. Airing live from Los Angeles, the finale includes Skateboarding Big Air, Moto X
The 10th anniversary of the "X Games" (4 p.m., ABC) brings the speed and daring of extreme sports to the network level. Airing live from Los Angeles, the finale includes Skateboarding Big Air, Moto X Supermoto, Bike Stunt Dirt and Moto X Freestyle. Just don't try this at home.
Between the two major party conventions may be a good time to revisit this 1995 movie, "The American President," (7 p.m., Showtime) starring Michael Douglas as a president of an idealistic sort. Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay, and brought the same idea to "The West Wing," where the role of president went to Martin Sheen.
"The Hollywood Mom's Mystery" (9 p.m. Hallmark Channel) is a "Murder, She Wrote"-type mystery in which sitcom icons, has-beens and wannabes are suspects in a murder. Justine Bateman ("Family Ties") stars as Lucy. George Hamilton, Angie Everhart, Andrew McCarthey, Elizabeth Pena and Holliston Coleman co-star in the movie based on the book by Lindsay Maracotta.
This new one-hour reality special, "Ink'd," (9 p.m., A & amp;E) tracks party promoter John Huntington as he opens Hart and Huntington, which claims to be the first tattoo parlor in a Las Vegas casino. The shop's opening serves as an opportunity to document the goings-on at a tattoo parlor, to discover why people decide to permanently decorate their bodies and to hear the stories behind the eccentric personalities that perform the procedure for a living.