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"I Am Jazz," "UnReal," The 2016 Tony Awards: TV THIS WEEK

Plus: Rizzoli & Isles, "Ladylike" and "Cocktails and Classics: Rebel Without A Cause"

Let's look ahead at the week's TV highlights.

Monday

Lifetime's Devious Maids returns at 9pm with a special appearance by series producer Eva Longoria. This season Ryan McPartlin, Desperate Housewives vet James Denton and Carlos Ponce join the cast, ramping up the show's hunk factor.

At 10pm, UnReal returns with an all-new season and an African-American bachelor (something Everlasting's inspiration, The Bachelor, has yet to accomplish).

There's more Rashida Jones and more ridiculous police hijinks when Angie Tribeca returns to TBS at 9pm. Angie faces her fear of dogs to investigate a dead body found in a dog park.

Rizzoli & Isles returns to TNT for its seventh and final season tonight at 9pm as the team hopes to bring Alice Sands to justce before she destroys Jane (Angie Harmon).

Then, at 10pm on ABC, Mistresses finds a new fourth cast member when Harry's sister Katie (Tabrett Bethell) moves to L.A.

And there's also new arrival in Lakewood, giving Emma a new reason to feel endangered on on MTV's Scream at 10pm.

Tuesday

Hulu's dysfunctional romantic comedy Casual returns today, with Valerie still trying to figure out dating and Alex still being a jerk.

At 10pm, NBC's Maya & Marty gets a visit by two more Saturday Night Live alumni—Steve Martin and Tina Fey.

Wednesday

Wednesday at 8pm, Erin Andrews and the NFL's JJ Watt's host the 2016 CMT Music Awards, featuring performances by Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, the Oak Ridge Boys, Kellie Pickler, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban.

Great Performances celebrates the 75th birthday of Joan Baez with a concert featuring the folk music legend performing with Paul Simon, Mavis Staples, David Crosby and the Indigo Girls.

The gang is still in Hawaii on Freeform's Young & Hungry at 8pm, as a hurricane headed towards the islands. But the big threat to Elliot and Alan's honeymoon comes when Yolanda saves Elliot's life.

At 10pm, TLC kicks off the second season of I Am Jazz as Jazz faces a threatening phone call from an anti-trans group.

Thursday

At 10:30pm, Girl Code's Nicole Byer hosts MTV's new hidden-camera show, Ladylike, which uses pranks to tackle issues like sexism and gender stereotypes. In one sketch, "Save Our Sperm" demonstrators call on men to stop masturbating. Keep an eye open for out comedian Matteo Lane.

At 10pm, it's the penultimate episode of Orphan Black on BBC America: Helena is back, which should make her "sisters" safer from harm.

Friday

IFC debuts two new episodes of Comedy Bang! Bang! starting at 11pm with Veep's Tony Hale and Tegan and Sara making appearances.

Saturday

At 8pm, Jerry O'Connell and SuChin Pak host ABC's , which looks at the week's biggest pop culture headlines.

Sunday

It's Broadway's big night as CBS airs The 70th Annual Tony Awards at 8pm, hosted by James Corden. With a record 16 nominations, Hamilton is likely to dominate the ceremony. You can also look forward to Barbra Streisand's first appearance on the Tony Awards stage since 1970.

At 8pm, Cocktails & Classics is tearing James Dean apart with a screening of Rebel Without a Cause.

Lifetime debuts its latest true crime movie, The Night Stalker, at 9pm, when Lou Diamond Phillips plays serial killer Richard Ramirez. Scandal's Bellamy Young co-stars as as a lawyer convinced Ramirez is the killer, not her death-row client.

And at 10pm, AMC turns The Walking Dead into reality TV (sort of) with Ride with Norman Reedus, following Reedus as he explores biker culture in America.