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"Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey" tells the inspiring, fairy tale-like story of Arnel Pineda, who went from being a small-time club singer in the Philippines to the front man for the rock band Journey. 10 p.m., PBS.
They struck it rich in the lottery. Now what? The new drama, "Lucky 7" continues as fame beckons and reality begins to set in for our little gas-station crew. 10 p.m., ABC.
Bad guys, beware. Blair Underwood attempts to fill the shoes -- and the wheelchair -- of Raymond Burr in a remake of "Ironside" that has him playing the driven crime-fighter. 10 p.m., NBC.
Ready for some Klaus encounters? "The Originals," a spinoff of "The Vampire Diaries," has the bad boy bloodsucker (Joseph Morgan) setting up shop in New Orleans. 9 p.m., The CW.
Buckle your seat belts: Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and "Scandal" are back tonight. The turbocharged drama picks up just minutes after last season's stunning cliffhanger left off. 10 p.m., ABC.
Book it, Danno: "Hawaii Five-0" may be on a new night, but it's still full of tropical splendor, and plenty of murderers for McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) to chase. 9 p.m., CBS.
"Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" isn't about his famous bouts. It recalls the boxer's Supreme Court battle after refusing to be drafted into the U.S. military. Frank Langella stars as Chief Justice Warren E. Burger. 8 p.m., HBO.
Chuck Barney
Contra Costa Times
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