TV picks for Monday, July 17: ‘Antiques Roadshow’ visits Seattle


Also worth watching: the mayoral debate and a show about World War II’s war trains.

“Antiques Roadshow”

The perennially popular series that travels the country to appraise people’s interesting antiques, in its 21st season on PBS, visits Seattle to see and evaluate treasures including a 1937 Birger Sandzén landscape, Babe Ruth-signed photos and World War II work-incentive posters. 8 p.m. on KCTS.

Madeline Mckenzie: mmckenzie@seattletimes.com

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“Seattle Mayoral Debate,” 6:30 p.m. (KING): Political debate, also broadcast on KONG.

“So You Think You Can Dance,” 8 p.m. (KCPQ): The first round of callbacks begins, and dancers hope to make the top 10.

“Combat Trains,” 8 p.m. (SMITH): Witness accounts of how trains were able to bring back troops from Dunkirk and evacuate hundreds of children to safety during World War II; also shown at 5 p.m.

“Will,” 9 p.m. (TNT): Young William Shakespeare has an epiphany that could lead him to success, but he needs Alice’s help; a charismatic fugitive from Will’s past burdens him.

“American Pickers,” 9 p.m. (HISTORY): Mike and Frank find superhero heaven, coming across a rare Superman comic and the very first Spider-Man comic worth $50,000.

“Loaded,” 10 p.m. (AMC): Comedy series premiere; four friends become tech millionaires after selling their hit iPhone game “Cat Factory.’’

“The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” 11 p.m. (COMEDY): News satire and humor, Noah’s take on current events.

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