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Thrilla in Manila
8 pm/ET HBO
This documentary is an engrossing look at one of boxing's most famous events, the third heavyweight meeting of Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. The story is told from the viewpoint of the less-flamboyant Frazier, who felt incensed and betrayed by the taunts of Ali. It also focuses on the dramatic conclusion of that fight after 14 rounds — and the consequences that haunt both fighters today. —Dave Roeder

Love Finds a Home
9 pm/ET Hallmark
Sarah Jones returns as young frontier doctor Belinda Owens in the eighth and final installment of the Love Comes Softly adaptations based on Janette Oke's novels. This time around, Belinda squares off with her pregnant friend's mother-in-law, played by Patty Duke, whose homeopathic approach to patient care clashes with Belinda's more scientific methods. But the doc's problems don't end there. She's also trying — unsuccessfully — to conceive. —Brie Hearn

Naked Brothers Band
9 pm/ET Nickelodeon
The event the band has been waiting for has finally arrived: the premiere of their movie. However, the guys face a few problems regarding the big night, the most pressing being that a mysterious figure with a grudge against them threatens to ruin the premiere. Meanwhile, Nate has trouble deciding on a date since he has a lot of options, and his ex, Rosalina, demands her spot back in the group — but they've already hired Kristina to take her place. This one-hour special features two new songs. —Jennifer Sankowski

Nora Roberts' Tribute
9 pm/ET Lifetime
Lifetime's Nora Roberts movie event, which has brought some of the prolific author's bestselling works to the small screen, comes to a close tonight with Tribute, starring Brittany Murphy and Jason Lewis. Set in picturesque Virginia, a former child star (Murphy) sets out to rehab her grandmother's farmhouse and soon finds herself unraveling a mystery. With her handsome neighbor's help, she digs into the past to discover the real circumstances of her grandmother's death 30 years before. —Rhoda Charles

The Ten Commandments
7 pm/ET ABC
Cecil B. DeMille updated his own 1923 silent film, utilizing Oscar-winning special effects and panoramic shots to chronicle the Biblical story. The sweeping 1956 epic tracks the life of Moses (Charlton Heston), including his birth, enslavement, the deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt and his climb up Mount Sinai to receive the tablets containing God's commands. The film features an all-time classic cinematic treasure: the awe-inspiring re-creation of the parting of the Red Sea. The A-list cast includes Yul Brynner, Anne Baxter, Edward G. Robinson, Yvonne De Carlo, Vincent Price and John Carradine. —Dean Maurer