TV picks: Thursday, June 14

Jeffrey Donovan stars as Michael Westen on "Burn Notice."

“Burn Notice”
DRAMA. The regular folks getting shaken down by the mob are going to have to take a number if they want Michael’s help this season, because the CIA agent is taking on his most important client yet: love-of-his-life Fiona, who was last seen being carted off to jail by the Feds.
Season premiere, 9 p.m., USA

“Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding”
REALITY. At this point, it’s not even a wedding anymore for “Real Housewife” Kim Zolciak and NFL hubby-to-be Kroy Biermann. It’s a full-on circus.
Season finale, 9:30 p.m., Bravo

“The Other F Word”
DOCUMENTARY. You can be a good father — the F word referenced in the title — and still be punk rock. This documentary, based on Pennywise singer Jim Lindberg’s book “Punk Rock Dad,” chronicles the work (yes, fronting a thrash band can be considered work) and life balance of tattooed dads including Mark Hoppus and Flea.
9 p.m., Showtime

“Suits”
DRAMA. The not-quite-legal career of associate Mike could be exposed, but breaking up the roguish genius and law partner Harvey doesn’t quite seem like the right way to kick off Season 2.
Season premiere, 10 p.m., USA


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Secretary of State John Kerry condemned reports that Jews in eastern Ukraine had been ordered to register with the authorities "or suffer the consequences."

National

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Chelsea Clinton is pregnant with her first child.

National

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National

New Hampshire moves to decriminalize adultery

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Television

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Movies

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Television

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Music

Both feet on the ground with Aimee Mann…

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MLB

Jimmy Rollins is key to Phillies success

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MLB

Ben Revere lifts Phillies to avoid sweep

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NBA

Season wrap: 76ers make the grade

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NBA

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Style

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Wellbeing

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Travel

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Tech

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