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What to Watch on Tuesday: Young woman deals with cancer on new ‘Chasing Life’

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(L-R) Vondie Curtis-Hall and Italia Ricci in the new ABC Family drama “Chasing Life.”

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Chasing Life (9pm, ABC Family) - In the series premiere of this drama about an ambitious young reporter who won’t give up on her dreams, April ( Italia Ricci) gets a chance to impress her boss and her office romance begins to prosper (let’s hope these two plot elements are unrelated, but given Hollywood’s track record of portraying female reporters, I’m not overly confident...). But here’s the kicker: just when all these other things are going great, April gets the news that she has cancer.

Also on tonight . . .

Pretty Little Liars (8pm, ABC Family) - In the Season 5 opener, a wounded Ezra heads the hospital, where Aria stays by his side because his knowledge about “A” puts him in additional peril.

Royal Pains (9pm, USA) - Evan is scheming to keep Hank in town in the Season 6 premiere, while Divya tries her hand at motherhood.

Fargo (10pm, FX) - In the season’s penultimate episode, Lester has an unexpected encounter and Malvo changes course.

Night Shift (10pm, NBC) - TC and Paul race to the chaotic scene of an after-dark hog-hunting event that has gone nightmarishly wrong.

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