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What to Watch on Tuesday: ‘Frontline’ on women who escaped ISIS

Frontline delivers a stunning look at ISIS’ brutal treatment of women who are Yazidi — an ethnic minority hated by the Islamist group. Here, a group of Yazidi women demands international help to rescue their relatives abducted by ISIS at a protest in a camp for displaced people in Dohuk, North Iraq.
Frontline delivers a stunning look at ISIS’ brutal treatment of women who are Yazidi — an ethnic minority hated by the Islamist group. Here, a group of Yazidi women demands international help to rescue their relatives abducted by ISIS at a protest in a camp for displaced people in Dohuk, North Iraq. FRONTLINE

Frontline: Escaping ISIS (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – Frontline presents personal stories of women who were once held as sex slaves by the Islamic State group and the stories of the people who saved them.

Also on tonight . . .

Pretty Little Liars (8 p.m., ABC Family) – The girls look for evidence that Lesli is their tormentor, and Spencer’s family pressures her to make a big decision.

MLB All-Star Game (8 p.m., Fox) – This year’s annual All-Star game comes from the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

American Experience: Blackout (9 p.m., UNC-TV) – A look at the 1977 blackouts in New York City, which plunged seven million people into darkness and led to citywide looting and vandalism.

Proof (10 p.m., TNT) – Cat and her team are stunned when a Jane Doe with no memory of who she is wakes with memories that belong to other deceased coma patients.

Tyrant (10 p.m., FX) – Barry worries that his identity will be revealed when the Army of the the Caliphate arrives. Meanwhile, Tariq and Jamal’s conflict reaches a breaking point.

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