Best bets on TV this week
Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna return to host the "National Memorial Day Concert." This tribute to America's military heroes includes performances by Katherine Jenkins, Chris Mann and new "American Idol" champ Candice Glover. This is a rerun of Sunday's PBS show at noon on KCTS (Channel 9).
"Antiques Roadshow" host Mark L. Walberg discusses Northwest Coast Indian masks with appraiser Ted Trotta at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture.
Seattle becomes the city that sparkles with the discovery of a late-16th-century diamond and enamel jewel. 8 p.m. KCTS (Channel 9).
"Ring of Fire" is a movie starring pop singer Jewel as June Carter Cash. The film covers her childhood in Virginia through her tumultuous relationship with Johnny Cash (Matt Ross). 9 p.m., Lifetime.
Bad guys be warned: Robert Taylor returns as the unflappable title character in Season 2 of "Longmire," the drama series pegged to a sheriff trying to maintain law and order in Wyoming's wild frontier. 10 p.m., A&E.
"Love Thy Neighbor" is a new sitcom from prolific producer Tyler Perry. It chronicles life at The Love Train Diner, a family-run restaurant that serves up great meals, along with some laughs. 9 p.m., OWN.
"Manhunt: Boston Bombers" on PBS's "Nova" takes viewers through the pursuit of the two suspects in the deadly Boston Marathon bombing and examines the role technology played in the search. 9 p.m., KCTS (Channel 9).
Watch out, it's time for a "date-off" on "Men at Work" as Gibbs and Milo compete for the attention of a pretty woman. The object of their desire? "Gossip Girl" alum Jessica Szohr. 10 p.m., TBS.
"Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic" is a documentary that focuses on the career of the groundbreaking comedian. Among those interviewed: Bob Newhart, Jesse Jackson, Quincy Jones, Mel Brooks and Lily Tomlin. 9 p.m., Showtime.
A salute to Tatiana Maslany and her breakout performance in "Orphan Black," which concludes its first season tonight. Fortunately, she and her various clones will be back for a second season. 9 p.m., BBC America.
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