Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Mel Gibson: Sex, Lies, and Audio Tapes' on E!
MAD MEL: The recent scandal that enveloped the actor-director is detailed in the new special “Mel Gibson: Sex, Lies, and Audio Tapes” at 10 p.m. on E!
Big Movie Premiere: The new Julia Roberts film “Eat Pray Love,” based on the bestselling book, is in the spotlight in this new installment (7:30 p.m. TV Guide).
So You Think You Can Dance: The winner is revealed in the competition's season finale (8 p.m. Fox).
The Universe: The awesome power unleashed by magnetic storms is explored in this new episode of the science series (9 p.m. History).
American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior: Father-and-son motorcycle makers Paul Teutul and Paul Teutul Jr. square off in this revamped version of their reality series (9 p.m. TLC).
Boston Med: This documentary series about New England-area hospitals ends its first season (10 p.m. ABC).
Stan Lee's Superhumans: A modern-day gunslinger, a sauna enthusiast and a martial-arts monk are featured in this new episode (10 p.m. History).
Penn & Teller: The duo tries to separate hype from hypodermic when they examine the controversy surrounding vaccinations in the season finale (10 p.m. Showtime).
BBQ Pitmasters: The competition promises to be smoky, tangy and tasty in this cooking show's season premiere (10 p.m. TLC).
Raising Sextuplets: This series about Bryan and Jenny Masche and their happy half-dozen ends its season (10 p.m. WE).
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie: Luis Buñuel directed this surrealistic 1972 satire (8 p.m. Sundance).
Casino: Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, James Woods and Sharon Stone star in director Martin Scorsese's Vegas-sized 1995 crime drama (10 p.m. Cinemax).
Baseball: The Rockies meet the Mets (9 a.m. MLB), the Cubs challenge the Giants (12:30 p.m. WGN America), and the Dodgers face the Phillies (4 p.m. KCAL).
Golf: The PGA Championship gets underway in Kohler, Wis. (10 a.m. TNT).
Exhibition football: In preseason matchups, the Panthers play the Ravens (5 p.m. ESPN) and the Raiders battle the Cowboys (6 p.m. KTLA).
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