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What to Watch on Tuesday: Animals attack in ‘Zoo’ on CBS

In “Zoo,” James Wolk plays an American ex-pat safari guide living in Africa who discovers a link between strange animal attacks on people occurring around the world and his late father's controversial theories about an impending threat to the human race.
In “Zoo,” James Wolk plays an American ex-pat safari guide living in Africa who discovers a link between strange animal attacks on people occurring around the world and his late father's controversial theories about an impending threat to the human race. CBS

Zoo (9 p.m., CBS) – What if animals rose up against humans and took over the earth? Well, who could blame them, really. That’s the plot of this new drama based on a bestselling James Patterson novel. A wave of violent animal attacks against humans sweeps the planet and a zoologist (James Wolk) must figure out what’s going on . . . before it’s too late.

Chrisley Knows Best (9 p.m., USA) – Todd and Julie realize what the rest of us have known for quite some time – that their children are extremely sheltered and spoiled. So with Chase and Savannah soon heading off to college, it’s bootcamp time.

Rizzoli & Isles (9 p.m., TNT) – Jane and Maura are called out to the BCU body farm when a murder victim is found.

Frontline: Growing Up Trans (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – Personal stories from children, parents and doctors about the struggles facing transgender children.

Inside Amy Schumer (10 p.m., Comedy Central) – Amy travels through time, listens to terrible stories and gives and entire town an STD.

Scream (10 p.m., MTV) – In the opener of a new series, a high school student’s murder stirs memories of a similar slaying that took place 20 years earlier.

Tyrant (10 p.m., FX) – Barry is taken in by the Bedouin family, and Jamal is upset over Tariq’s drastic military action.

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