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What to Watch on Thursday: ABC’s ‘Monica and Bill’ examines a presidential scandal

This is a Nov. 17, 1995 White House photo, from page 3183 of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr’s report on President Clinton, showing the president and Monica Lewinsky outside the Oval Office of the White House. Congress laid before a wary nation Monday, Sept. 21, 1998, the raw footage of the presidsent’s grand jury testimony and 3,183 pages of evidence chronicling his relationship with Monica Lewinsky in explicit detail. (AP Photo/OIC)
This is a Nov. 17, 1995 White House photo, from page 3183 of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr’s report on President Clinton, showing the president and Monica Lewinsky outside the Oval Office of the White House. Congress laid before a wary nation Monday, Sept. 21, 1998, the raw footage of the presidsent’s grand jury testimony and 3,183 pages of evidence chronicling his relationship with Monica Lewinsky in explicit detail. (AP Photo/OIC) Associated Press Photo/OIC

Truth and Lies: Monica and Bill (9 p.m., ABC) - This documentary looks at the hours of surreptitiously recorded conversations between White House intern Monica Lewinsky and her confidante, Linda Tripp, which Tripp used as evidence of President Bill Clinton’s wrongdoings. It includes interviews with special prosecutor Kenneth Starr and rarely seen evidence assembled by the Special Counsel.

Roswell: Mysteries Decoded (9 p.m., The CW) - This special looks into the case of an unexplained crash in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. Some say it’s one of the greatest government coverups of the 20th century. The new CW scripted drama “Roswell, New Mexico” premieres Tuesday, Jan. 15.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (9 p.m., NBC) - This very funny sitcom was canceled by Fox last year after five seasons. It starts its sixth season tonight on NBC and picks up with Jake and Amy’s honeymoon.

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