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Anacondas: Trail of Blood
9 pm/ET SCI FI
What's worse than one gigantic, man-eating serpent? Two gigantic man-eating serpents. Duh! Fortunately for the franchise that just won't die, a big mutant snake also won't die if you cut it in half  — it just becomes twice the slithering fun. Genre vet John Rhys-Davies and Crystal Allen reprise their roles in this sssequel. —Michael Chant

9 pm/ET Lifetime
Rosie O'Donnell takes a dramatic turn as therapist Maureen Brennan in this earnest story about a suicidal teen named America (Philip Johnson). Ruby Dee adds emotional heft as America's elderly foster mother, who despite her efforts could not protect her ward from predators. Through flashbacks, we learn America's painful history of abandonment and abuse, and we witness the failings of a flawed foster-care system. —Rhoda Charles

9 pm/ET VH1
Acclaimed hip-hop artist Kanye West performs an intimate concert for fans at Sony Stages in Los Angeles, featuring songs from his latest album, 808s & Heartbreak. He also performs hits from earlier in his career, including "Flashing Lights," "Stronger," "Good Life" and "Touch the Sky." But that's not all fans get; they also get the stories behind the songs. —Fred Mitchell

My Big Redneck Wedding
8:30 pm/ET CMT
A race-car driver wants his wedding to reflect his lifestyle, so he plans a ceremony at Victory Lane at his favorite track, makes a ring out of car parts and wears a racing-suit tux. It's not the bride's dream wedding (seriously, what woman wouldn't love a ring made out of car parts?), but she's trying to get in the swing of things, learning a song to sing to her groom and getting in a go-kart crash. —Fred Mitchell

Rissi Palmer's Country
10 pm/ET Travel Channel
Up-and-coming country crooner Rissi Palmer hosts this tour of the Windy City's thriving blues scene, which will appeal to travel and music enthusiasts alike. She checks out the smaller clubs like Rosa's Lounge and the hallowed haunts like Buddy Guy's Legends that make Chi-Town the "blues capital of the world." —Karen Andzejewicz