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This week's TV Movies
Richard Hammond's Crash Course: Richard trains to be one of the crew tasked with changing a wheel in an IndyCar race in Sonoma in an episode that features a drive around the racetrack with legendary driver Mario Andretti (7 and 11 p.m. BBC America).
How I Met Your Mother: Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) decides to take action when Robin (Cobie Smulders) wants to break up with Nick (Michael Trucco) but finds something holding her back (8 p.m. CBS).
Untold History of the United States: This new 10-part series from filmmaker Oliver Stone and writer Peter Kuznick aims to present a fuller view of major historic events. The premiere recalls World War II (8 p.m. Showtime).
2 Broke Girls: A handsome fellow who owns a candy store is sweet on Caroline (Beth Behrs), but after an embarrassing experience at his store, she's apprehensive about dating him. Ryan Hansen guest stars in this new episode (9 p.m. CBS).
Witness: The new episode "Libya" follows photojournalist Michael Christopher Brown (9 p.m. HBO).
Independent Lens: In the new episode "Park Avenue: Money, Power & the American Dream," director Alex Gibney looks at income inequality in America (10 p.m. KOCE).
I Love the 1880s: This new series puts a historic twist on the "I Love the Decade" formula, taking viewers back to the 19th century for a humorous spin on the era, courtesy of an assortment of comedians (11 p.m. History).
College basketball: Morehead State at Maryland (5 p.m. FSN2); West Virginia at Gonzaga (9 p.m. ESPN); Davidson at New Mexico (11 p.m. ESPN); Houston Baptist at Hawaii (1 a.m. ESPN); Stony Brook at Rider (3 a.m. ESPN); Northern Illinois at Valparaiso (Tuesday 5 a.m. ESPN).
Football: The Kansas City Chiefs visit the Pittsburgh Steelers (5:30 p.m. ESPN).