What to watch tonight: ‘Real Sports’, ‘Hard Knocks’, ‘Suits’

Simply stated, I’ll be shocked if this year’s Hard Knocks doesn’t win an Emmy. The wave of emotions from the first to second episode rival anything you’ll see in network drama. Elsewhere on HBO at 9pm, former wrestler Diamond Dallas Page discusses his work with yoga and how he’s helped other wrestlers cope with depression.

Nine for IX @ 8pm, ESPN: Tonight’s documentary focuses on the 1999 USWNT World Cup team. A team that changed sports in America for young women.

The Life of Muhammad @ 8pm, PBS: Fascinating three-part series begins tonight.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? @ 8pm, The CW: Remains the best comedy sketch on TV today.

Suits @ 10pm, USA: Suits turns back the clock 10 years. These episodes have been good thus far for the series but this might be going too far.

Rizzoli & Isles @ 9pm, TNT: More importantly, how will the show deal with the death of one of its characters?