1) “The Terror: Impact” finale, 9 p.m., AMC. Opposite forces weave together. This is a horror story, sometimes gruesome …. It’s also a gentle folk tale, filled with gorgeous Japanese images …. And it’s a protest of sending 120,000 Japanese-Americans to internment camps. The closing credits show many of the actors and their detained ancestors … and show star George Takei (shown here), 82, a camp survivor.
2) “POV,” 10 p.m., PBS. As a kid in Chicago suburbia, Assia Boundaoui felt the FBI impact. Sometimes it was direct – a knock on the door, an hour of questions; more often, it was subtle. That faded in the late 1990s, but Boundaoui didn’t forget. She became a journalist; joined by her sister (a lawyer) and others, she began a five-year study. She found that the FBI’s “Operation Vulgar Betrayal” had 33,000 pages of reports on her Muslim-America neighborhood. It’s a fascinating story.
3) “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. The blind auditions conclude and the judges have their teams; then the show starts its “battle round.” That’s at the same time that “Dancing With the Stars” has Disney Night on ABC … which, as luck would have it, is owned by Disney.
4) “Bob (hearts) Abishola, 8:30 p.m., CBS. The romance – or non-romance – has derailed, so now these two each try someone new. Bob goes online; Abishola is set up with a Nigerian pharmacist.
5) “The Good Doctor,” 10 p.m., ABC. Shaun and his mentor, Dr. Glassman, are each having relationship problems. And at work, the patients are difficult: One is a conspiracy theorist; another struggles with her inability to feel pain.o each try someone new. Bob goes online; Abishola is set up with a Nigerian pharmacist.