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TV This Week: July 4th – 10th

July 2, 2010 | 12:45 pm
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This week's TV Movies

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Patriotic meets pyrotechnic in the specials “A Capitol Fourth (2010),” “The Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular” and “The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular.” (KCET, 8 p.m.; NBC, 9 p.m.; CBS 10 p.m. respectively)


The spirited new documentary “No One Dies in Lily Dale” visits a quaint hamlet in western New York that boasts the world's largest concentration of self-proclaimed psychics, mediums and ghost whisperers. (HBO, 9 p.m.)


“The Last Lion of Liuwa” is the sole survivor of a once-proud pride that was decimated by poachers. This new documentary tracks her movements through a remote region in Zambia. Hear her roar, before her roar is heard no more. (Animal Planet, 9 p.m.)


Are you suffering from “Glee” withdrawal? That series won't return for a while, but you can get your weekly fix of tunes, teens and drama in the new imported series “The Choir,” led by maestro Gareth Malone. (BBC America, 7 and 10 p.m.)


It's move-in day once again at the “Big Brother” house. Watch a new batch of contestants learn to live together – or not – in hopes of walking out the winner of a cool half-million on the 12th edition of the reality series. Julie Chen hosts. (CBS, 8 p.m.)


From “Twin Peaks” to “The X-Files” to "Fringe," we've come to rely on the FBI to investigate unsolvable mysteries. Hence, “Haven,” a drama starring Emily Rose and based on a Stephen King novella. (SyFy, 10 p.m.)


Crime doesn't pay… unless you're director Michael Mann. To a resume that includes “Manhunter,” “Heat” and Miami Vice,” you can add 2009's “Public Enemies,” starring Johnny Depp as Depression-era bank robber John Dillinger. (HBO, 8 p.m.)


Get caught up on “Community” as this college-set sitcom offers a half-dozen of its best episodes, including one built around a game of paintball that plays out like the best action movie ever. (NBC, 8 p.m. Thu.)


You can't spell “diva” without “J-Lo.” Well actually, you can … but you shouldn't. Singer, dancer, actress, mother of two and former tabloid fixture Jennifer Lopez is profiled on a new edition of “Behind the Music” (VH1, 9 p.m. Sun.)


1970s rock-radio stalwart Steve Miller and casual-country's Kenny Chesney swap songs and share the stage on a new edition of “Crossroads.” If we're lucky, maybe one of them will explain what the “pompatus of love” is all about. (CMT, 9 p.m. Fri.)