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This week's TV Movies
Homeland: Immigration in America: In the second of two episodes, "Enforcement," the series tries to cut through the heated rhetoric to explore how communities and the nation struggle to enforce inconsistent immigration policies (10 p.m. KOCE).
Swamp Wars: One rattlesnake takes a dip in a pool, while another hides out in a woman's car in the season premiere (10 p.m. Discovery).
Lost Girl: When backpackers start aging and dying almost overnight, Bo (Anna Silk) discovers a medical clinic where Dark Fae are stealing people's youth and selling it. Anthony Lemke, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Aaron Ashmore and Ksenia Solo star in this new episode (10 p.m. Syfy).
Common Law: Wes and Travis (Warren Kole, Michael Ealy) gain a new appreciation for each other when the mentors who shepherded them through their rookie days are brought in to consult on a murder case in this new episode (10 p.m. USA).
2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony: London, the first city to host the Olympics three times, welcomes the world and Queen Elizabeth II officially opens the Games (7:30 p.m. NBC).
Aliens: More than 50 years after escaping the voracious creature, Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) awakens from hypersleep to discover unwitting humans have settled on the alien planet, and communication with the settlement has been lost. With gung-ho Marines in tow, Ripley blasts off on a rescue mission in director James Cameron's 1986 sequel to "Alien." Bill Paxton, Paul Reiser and Michael Biehn co-star (7:45 p.m. Cinemax).
Golf: Senior Open, second round (9 a.m. ESPN2).
Baseball: The Tampa Bay Rays visit the Angels (7 p.m. FSN):he Dodgers visit the San Francisco Giants (7 p.m. FS Prime).
2012 Summer Olympics: Soccer, beach volleyball, volleyball, equestrian, shooting, archery, handball, table tennis (Fri./Sat. 1 a.m. NBCSP). Tennis (Fri/Sat 4 a.m. Bravo). Soccer, beach volleyball, handball, fencing, badminton, table tennis (Fri./Sat. 4 a.m. MSNBC). Boxing (Saturday 5:30 a.m. CNBC).