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This week's TV Movies
My Cat From Hell: Two feuding felines threaten a couple's impending honeymoon in the season premiere (8 p.m. Animal Planet). The season premiere of "Bad Dog!" follows at 9 p.m.
The Graham Norton Show: Will.i.am; Greg Davies; Miriam Margolyes are guests on the comedy/variety show and Adam Lambert performs (8 p.m. BBC America).
Twenty Twelve: The comic look behind the scenes at the London Olympics continues with two new episode (9 and 9:40 p.m. BBC America).
The Firm: Mitch (Josh Lucas) discovers that his client was involved in an incident while in college that could cause a problem at trial, and he goes up against a tough prosecutor to keep it from coming out. Molly Parker, Gianpaolo Venuta and Juliette Lewis also star in this new episode (10 p.m. NBC).
Fugitive at 17: When a young computer hacker is framed for her best friend's murder, she calls on all her high-tech skills — legal and illegal — to find out who really did the deed and stay ahead of the law in this new suspense tale. Christina Cox, Marie Avgeropoulos and Casper Van Dien star (8 p.m. Lifetime).
Walking the Halls: A woman learns that her daughter and a group of cheerleaders moonlight as escorts in this 2012 TV drama starring Jamie Luner and Al Sapienza (10 p.m. Lifetime).
X Games: (10 and 11 a.m.; Noon; 1; 2; 3 and 6 p.m. ABC).
Baseball: The Angels visit the Toronto Blue Jays (10 a.m. FSN); the Houston Astros visit the Chicago Cubs (1 p.m. WGN A); the New York Mets visit the Dodgers (4 p.m. Fox).
Golf: AT&T National, third round (Noon CBS).
U.S. Olympic Trials: Gymnastics men's final. (1 p.m. NBC). Swimming qualifying heats. (3:30 and 11 p.m. NBCSP; 8 p.m. NBC). Track & field finals. (9 p.m. NBC).
NASCAR: Sprint Cup: Quaker State 400 (4:30 p.m. TNT).
Soccer: The Galaxy visit the San Jose Earthquakes (7 p.m. ESPN2).
Tour de France: Stage 1 (Sunday 5 a.m. NBCSP).