Tonight's prime-time TV highlights.

"The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" 7 to 9 p.m., NET2 (new)

This Ken Burns documentary looks at the lives and influence of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. After tonight's premiere, the series continues nightly through Saturday.

"Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off"

7 p.m., Food Network (new) The kids tackle a seafood challenge after chef Robert Irvine coaches them.

2015 Miss America Competition

8 to 10 p.m., ABC (live)

Who will succeed Nina Davuluri, the former Miss New York, for the highest beauty contest crown? Watch out for Miss Nebraska Megan Swanson of Omaha, above, and Miss Iowa Aly Olson of Des Moines.

"Boardwalk Empire"

8 p.m., HBO (new)

Nucky pays a visit to Johnny Torrio in New York to discuss his close call in Cuba and to find out if mob boss Salvatore Maranzano was involved.

"American Dad"

8 p.m., Fox (season premiere) The 11th season gets underway with Roger having a heart attack then moving in with Greg and Terry. Catch the show on Fox now before it moves to TBS in October.

"Ray Donovan"

8 p.m., Showtime (new)

Ashley's stalker is back and making trouble for Steve Knight. Meanwhile, Kay confronts Ray about his past.


8:30 and 9:30 p.m., CBS (season finale)

Season 3 ends with two episodes. First, a TV star is murdered in his dressing room. Then, Carrie can't use her perfect memory after being given a potentially fatal poison.


9 p.m., WGN (new) Charlie and Frank both face serious questions about the future of their projects.

"Masters of Sex"

9 p.m., Showtime (new) Johnson tries to find a cure for Masters', ahem difficulties, while Masters learns of a rival study.

"The Strain"

9 to 10:02 p.m., FX (new)

Kelly's disappearance is investigated, while Dutch retaliates against Palmer.

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