1) “American Masters,” 9 p.m., PBS. These days, people keep seeing (and re-seeing) Raul Julia in the two “Addams Family” (shown here) films. But that was just part of a wide-ranging career. Julia arrived from Puerto Rico at 24, ready for Shakespeare and Broadway and talk shows and more. Before his death (at 54, of a stroke after intestinal troubles) he also did passionate roles as Latino activists. Here’s a fond portrait.
2) “BH90210” and “MasterChef,” 8 and 9 p.m., Fox. In case we missed them, Fox’s Wednesday shows rerun, with the order reversed. First, the “Beverly Hills, 90210” actors (playing fictional versions of themselves) await word on their reboot; then we see which three chefs reach next week’s finals.
3) “Hawaii Five-0,” 8 p.m., CBS. Joey Lawrence is back for his third time as a hacker and former fugitive. He’s been working for the National Security Agency … where his colleagues were killed.
4) “Peaking,” 9 and 9:30 p.m., CW. James “Bubba” Stewart was a world-champion motocross racer who was suspended for 16 months for not filing his prescription for Adderall (used for attention deficit disorder and/or athletic performance). Jenny Rissveds was an Olympic mountain-bike champion who suspended her career to deal with her depression and eating disorder. Here are glimpses; the one we saw was perplexing, giving the false impression that Stewart had a successful comeback.
5) “Unbelievable,” any time, Netflix. Back when she was 14, Kaitlyn Dever showed strong talent as Loretta in “Justified.” She’s gone on to be a “Last Man Standing” regular (as Eve); now she tackles a tough role, an eight-parter (based on a true story) about someone whose rape report is doubted by police. That’s part of a big night for Netflix; it also has new seasons of Ashton Kutcher’s “The Ranch,” the British crime show “Top Boy” and the non-fiction “The Chef Show.”