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OLYMPICS/'WONDER YEARS'/'DWTS'/CHEESE FEST MASHUP. It's pretty much everything we've ever wanted to see, all in one place! Original movie "Tasmanian Devils" (Saturday night at 9, Syfy) stars medal-laden speed skater and "Dancing With the Stars" champ Apolo Ohno, plus former "Wonder Years" crush and math maven Danica McKellar. It's a tale of "daredevil base jumpers" who stir up "an ancient aboriginal curse." Add your own comment captions at syfy.com/movies.
Matthew Macfadyen headlines "Ripper Street" (Saturday night at 9, BBC America), as Jack the Ripper-era cops clean up London's meanest streets. And then there's the sketch comedy of Nick Cannon's "Incredible Crew" (Thursday at 8 p.m., Cartoon). Meet the crewmates at cartoonnetwork.com/incrediblecrew.
Dominic Monaghan" (Tuesday at 10 p.m., BBC America) finds the "Lost" star on the trail of Vietnam's giant water bugs. Preview Dom's dangerous encounters at bbcamerica.com/wild-things.
FILM FESTIVALS. Turner Classic Movies salutes the 100th birthday of entertainer Danny Kaye for 24 hours, from his 1963 TV variety hour, "The Danny Kaye Show" (Sunday at 6 a.m.), and a 1971 interview on "The Dick Cavett Show" (10:30 a.m.) to Hollywood gems including "The Kid From Brooklyn" (noon) and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" (6 p.m.). Ride through all four flicks in the 1960-72 cycle of "The Magnificent Seven" (Sunday 6 p.m.-1:30 a.m., Encore Westerns). Before Dick Van Dyke gets next weekend's Screen Actors Guild life achievement award, he gets a five-film tribute, starting with his Debbie Reynolds pairing in "Divorce, American Style" (Monday at 8 p.m., TCM). More at tcm.com.
ALL ATTENBOROUGH. The three-part "Nature" retrospective "Attenborough's Life Stories" (Wednesday at 8 p.m., PBS/13; Thursday at 8 p.m., WLIW/21) starts by celebrating Sir David's 60 years of documentary filmmaking. Video and more at pbs.org/nature.