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Class warfare in heartland

Big money and the downtrodden face each other in a 1930s showdown in "Damnation," a new series starring Killian Scott as a union organizer who foments revolt while posing as a small-town Iowa preacher. Poet Tony Tost, who previously worked on "Longmire," is the show's creator.

9 p.m., USA

Over there

ABC News veteran Martha Raddatz put her experience covering the Iraq war to good use in the bestselling book "The Long Road Home," which has been adapted into a melodramatic miniseries that too often feels like a Lifetime movie rather than a you-are-there war picture.

8 p.m., National Geographic Channel

Force of nature

Minnesota modesty doesn't seem to extend to our state's wrestlers, including Edina-raised Ric Flair, who ruled the canvas between Verne Gagne and Jesse Ventura. Despite recent health scares, the retired superstar still oozes bravado in "Nature Boy," a bittersweet new "30 for 30" documentary that reveals Flair's showmanship and loneliness. Some of his statements defy logic — 15 drinks a day throughout his career! Bedding 10,000 women! — but there's no denying that his quest to be in the spotlight cost him on the home front.

9 p.m., ESPN

Neal Justin