DID L’IL Masters
Watch the smallest contestants pull off the biggest performances! Saumya takes on a ribbon dance while Faisal does an aerial act that brings tears to the eyes of the audience. Chota packet Om tries his hand at the seemingly difficult malkhamb. Does he pull it off with the elan that he has done in everything else? Zee TV, 9 p.m.
JHALAK DIKHHLA JAA
In today’s episode of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa we will witness, 100 years cinema being celebrated. All the 13 contestants will be seeing putting up a grand show by giving a tribute to various iconic bollywood movies. While Ravi Kishen will give tribute to Dabangg as Chulbul Pande, Bharti Singh will tickle your funny bone as Munna Bhai. Shibani will add to the glamour quotient and Giaa will win your heart with her adorable Kuch Kuch Hota Hai performance. Colors, 9 p.m.
THE EPIC HISTORY OF EVERYDAY THINGS
Everything around us has a story to tell Shoes, cans, string, mirrors; everything we see and touch has an epic tale of how it came to be invented or discovered, and the dramatic moments throughout history at which it played an important role. But few of us know these stories. We go through our days blissfully ignorant of the deadly and dangerous road brave men traveled in order to bring coffee to the world, or the pivotal part beer played in the civilizing of mankind. These stories and many more are brought vividly to life in this two-hour special, which follows one man on a journey through the last day of his life, examining and recounting the epic tales of the everyday items he encounters before his ignorance of their stories leads him to his ultimate doom. History, 9 p.m.
MAD MIKE AND MARK
Africa has some of the largest number of predators and the most feared hunters. Follow MAD MIKE AND MARK as they travel from north to south and east to west across wild Africa, just to get one glimpse of a predator, but unfortunately they are unable to meet face to face. Join them in this adventurous journey and on a hunt of a predator. Animal Planet, 9 p.m.
SPY WARS takes a groundbreaking look into the world of high-tech espionage. For the first time former Israeli & American spies explore the technology and tactics behind one of the greatest murder mysteries: who killed Gerald Bull? In March of 1990, on the eve of the Gulf War, Saddam Hussein’s top weapons scientist, Gerald Bull, was hard at work on a secret supergun when he was assassinated in Belgium. The prime suspects were the world’s premier spy agencies: Mossad, MI6 and the CIA — but the killer was never caught. Now, for the first time ever, former Israeli and American spies reconstruct the technology and tactics of the assassins in an attempt to solve a mystery that’s lingered for 20 years. Discovery Science, 9.30 p.m.
Peter and Neal must follow a treasure map will to save a kidnapped daughter. Star World, 10 p.m.
HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER
While Marshall and Lily spend their first night in their new home after deciding to permanently move to Long Island, Barney takes over as group leader in Manhattan—both with disastrous results. Star World, 9 p.m.
BERING SEA GOLD
In the frontier town of Nome, Alaska, there’s a gold rush on. As the ice pack melts during the summer months, this isolated port town of eccentrics and outcasts booms with excitement, as pioneer dredgers rush to get out onto the water. But you’ve never seen gold mining like this before. Here, the precious metal isn’t found in the ground — it’s sitting on the bottom of the frigid, unpredictable Bering Sea. The real and sometimes desperate need to find gold to support their very existence. Discovery, 10 p.m.
In tonight’s episode, the show gets bigger with the addition of the legendary singer Asha Bhosle joining the judging panel. Emotions are on an all-time high for the contestants as they perform in front of the legend herself. Who will rise to the occasion and blow the judges away with their singing? Sony TV, 8.30 p.m.