A two-part documentary about Muhammad Ali debuts on HBO. And a star-studded tribute to “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” lands on Netflix.
What’s on TV
WHAT’S MY NAME: MUHAMMAD ALI (2019) eight p.m. on HBO; stream on HBO platforms. The director Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day,” “The Magnificent Seven”) has mentioned that this two-part portrait of Muhammad Ali stands aside from earlier movies as a result of it’s instructed in Ali’s personal phrases: As archival footage tracks his story — the life-changing fights, his demand for racial equality — the boxer narrates his journey via clips from quite a few interviews. The first half recounts his childhood in Louisville, Ky., his beginnings in skilled boxing and his conversion to Islam. The second half delves into the matches that outlined his profession and his travels as a philanthropist and activist. Ali was 74 when he died in 2016.
THE FLASH eight p.m. on CW. A superhero can by no means have too many enemies. After Team Flash banded collectively to defeat Cicada final week, this season finale has Barry going through his archnemesis, Reverse Flash, in an epic showdown. The present has been renewed for a sixth season, and shifting ahead, it will likely be led by a special showrunner, Eric Wallace.
FBI 9 p.m. on CBS. In the primary season finale of this crime drama collection from Dick Wolf (the “Law & Order” franchise), agent OA (Zeeko Zaki) uncovers an enormous prison operation, and Dana (Sela Ward) places her job in jeopardy.
STILL LAUGH-IN: THE STARS CELEBRATE (2019) Stream on Netflix. Comedic talents come together for this tribute special celebrating the variety show “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” which became an instant hit after airing on NBC in 1967. It ran for six seasons, kick-started the careers of Goldie Hawn and Lily Tomlin, and paved the way for series like “Saturday Night Live” and “In Living Color.” Taped at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, this special brings back the Joke Wall and features stars like Billy Crystal; Tiffany Haddish; and Tomlin, who revives her “Laugh-In” characters Edith Ann and Ernestine.
THAT MOMENT WHEN Stream on Facebook Watch. Each week, the host of this inspirational show, Steve Goldbloom, interviews big names about the pivotal moments that led to their successes. Here, the wellness writer and physician Deepak Chopra shares what set him on a path toward enlightenment. The episode is available to stream at 3 p.m.
LIVING THE DREAM Stream on Britbox. Tired of life in rainy England, the Pemberton family packs its bags and starts a new chapter in Florida in this British comedy. In the first six-part season, the father, Mal (Philip Glenister), plans to take over a growing RV park in the Sunshine State and convinces his wife that the move will be worth it. But reality differs: The residents push back at the changes Mal wants to introduce, and Florida isn’t as dreamy as it seemed from across the Atlantic.