Monday's Highlights: Dick Cheney on 'Dateline NBC'
CIA Confidential: The new episode “9/11 Mastermind” takes a look at how the CIA launched a massive search for the man who bombed the World Trade Center in 1993 and ultimately engineered the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 (7 and 10 p.m. National Geographic).
Crave: In the premiere of this series, San Diego-based food critic Troy Johnson learns about the origins of pizza, studies the science behind it and sees how it's made. Each week he'll also get to know people who are as passionate about the featured food as he (8:30 p.m. Food).
American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior: In the season premiere, Senior and Junior are ready to sit down to settle the lawsuit that has created such a rift in the family (9 p.m. Discovery).
The T.O. Show: The doctor tells Terrell Owens that recovery will be difficult if he plans to play football this season in this new episode (9:30 p.m. VH1).
Death Valley: This new horror-comedy series uses a documentary style to follow the LAPD's Undead Task Force as it tries to capture the vampires, werewolves, zombies and other supernatural creatures that roam the streets of the San Fernando Valley. Bryan Callen, Charlie Sanders, Bryce Johnson, Caity Lotz, Tania Raymonde and Texas Battle star (10:30 p.m. MTV).
Cuff'd: This new unscripted series captures the patrol car conversations between police officers and the people they've arrested (11 p.m. MTV).
The Tillman Story: The relatives of football star-turned-soldier Pat Tillman were understandably devastated when he was killed in Afghanistan in 2004. When the Bush White House tried to exploit his death for propaganda purposes, his family declared a war of its own, calling attention to an apparent cover-up intended to conceal that Tillman was killed by friendly fire. Josh Brolin narrates this emotionally charged 2010 documentary. (8:25 p.m. Showtime).
U.S. Open tennis: First Round (10 a.m. and 4 p.m. ESPN2).
Baseball: The Angels visit the Seattle Mariners (7 p.m. FSN); the San Diego Padres visit the Dodgers (7 p.m. FS Prime).
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