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What to Watch Tuesday 9/10: American Masters: Billie Jean King; Jim Parsons on Who Do You Think You Are?

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Tonight catch an episode of American Masters on tennis star Billie Jean King, plus a new episode of Capture and Jim Parsons appears on Who Do You Think You Are?

What to Watch: Tuesday, September 10

8:00pm: American Masters: Billie Jean King, PBS (1.5 hrs) SPECIAL PREMIERE

PBS' American Masters will tell the story of out tennis star Billie Jean King. The special chronicles King's creation of the Women's Tennis Association, and details her tireless and determined battle with society as an advocate for women's rights in professional sports.

9:00pm: Capture, CW (1 hr) NEW

Twelve teams of two must fight to elimination as they are placed in a remote terrain arena armed only with their wits, their athleticism and very little food. After one month of hunting each other down, the last team standing will claim the show's grand prize of $250,000. This season features out contestants James, Jacob and Rob.

9:00pm: Who Do You Think You Are?, TLC (1 hr) NEW

Jim Parsons appears on the show to research his ancestry.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and Sonny.

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