The dawning of the age of 'Aquarius'

If you love the first episode of "Aquarius," the new series featuring David Duchovny as a homicide detective who goes up against Charlie Manson, you won't have to wait a minute to get the rest of the story. Taking a page from Netflix, NBC will make all 13 episodes available the day of the premiere, a first for network TV. "We are fully aware how audiences want to consume multiple episodes of new television series faster and at their own discretion," NBC Entertainment President Bob Greenblatt told the Hollywood Reporter. For more traditional-minded viewers, the series will still unspool weekly throughout the summer. The drama may be about the '60s, but its distribution deal is a nod toward the future. 8 p.m. Thursday, KARE, Ch. 11

Try to remember

Laurence Fishburne, Gloria Estefan and Gary Sinise take over the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol for "National Memorial Day Concert," the annual event that turns even cynical viewers into die-hard patriots. 7 p.m. Sunday, TPT, Ch. 2.

Long live Texas

The success of "Hatfields & McCoys" most likely helped greenlight "Texas Rising," a 10-hour series that follows the rise of the Texas Rangers. "Hatfields" star Bill Paxton stars alongside Kris Kristofferson, Ray Liotta and Brendan Fraser, an impressive cast for a network once known for its fascination with Adolf Hitler documentaries. 8 p.m. Monday, History

Show them the money

We now enter the season for cheap but often effective reality shows, which explains the existence of "The Briefcase," a new series in which hardworking families decide whether to keep a bundle of money for themselves or to share the wealth with others in dire straits. 7 p.m. Wednesday, WCCO, Ch. 4

Neal Justin