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What to Watch on Monday: HBO doc ‘Requiem for the Dead’

Jose Cardoso pays his respects at a makeshift memorial in the Isla Vista area near Goleta, Calif., where part of a mass shooting took place on May 25, 2014. Sheriff's officials said Elliot Rodger, 22, went on a rampage near the University of California, Santa Barbara, stabbing three people to death at his apartment before shooting and killing three more in a crime spree through a nearby neighborhood.
Jose Cardoso pays his respects at a makeshift memorial in the Isla Vista area near Goleta, Calif., where part of a mass shooting took place on May 25, 2014. Sheriff's officials said Elliot Rodger, 22, went on a rampage near the University of California, Santa Barbara, stabbing three people to death at his apartment before shooting and killing three more in a crime spree through a nearby neighborhood. AP

Requiem for the Dead: American Spring 2014 (9 p.m., HBO) – This documentary, which feels painfully relevant this week, tells stories of people who were killed by guns in various situations.

Also on tonight . . .

The First 48: Deadly Sexual Encounters (8 p.m., A&E) – The debut of a new reality series that sounds a little like a real-life “Law & Order: SVU” show. Three new episodes in a row tonight.

The Fosters (8 p.m., ABC Family) – Jude has a difficult time getting over the shooting.

Out in the Night (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – The new Point of View documentary season starts with this film about African American lesbians who are charged with attempted murder when they fight back after being threatened.

Making of the Mob: New York (10 p.m., AMC) – In the second episode of this docuseries, Lucky Luciano gains power in New York during Prohibition.

UnReal (10 p.m., Lifetime) – A tabloid story reveals secrets about Adam’s past, and Rachel has to produce a romantic date.

The Whispers (10 p.m., ABC) – Claire and Wes race to stop Sean from causing a deadly accident.

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