1) “D-Day: The Sixth of June” (1956), 6 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. On this sixth of June, we can watch a film about the attack – 76 years earlier – that changed the course of World War II. That’s entwined with a story of two officers (one British, one American) in love with the same woman. Two other movies have true stories with war as a backdrop: At 8 p.m. ET, TCM has the epic “Lawrence of Arabia” (1962, shown here with Peter O’Toole and Omar Sharif); at 8, AMC has Bradley Cooper in the subtly moving “American Sniper” (2014).
2) “NCIS: Los Angeles,” 9 p.m., CBS. Gerald McRaney seems to hit a new peak in his 70s. He got his first Emmy (and his only two nominations), on “This Is Us.” At 72, he co-stars this fall in Fox’s “Filthy Rich.” And this rerun is his fifth guest stint as retired Admiral Kilbride; Sam and Callan protect him, as he searches for a Naval intelligence officer.
3) “The Last Dance,” 8 and 9 p.m., ABC. The first hour focuses on Phil Jackson, who somehow seemed serene while coaching eccentric talents. The second catches Michael Jordan at the peak of his pop-culture fame – fresh from the Olympic “dream team” and pushing for a third straight NBA title. Troubles are coming next week, in the fourth of five parts, rerunning the acclaimed ESPN series.
4) “Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted,” 5 p.m. ET, National Geographic. Here’s the entire first season (twice) of an ambitious series that has Ramsay sampling food and people worldwide. He’s in Laos at 5 p.m., Alaska at 6, then Morocco, Hawaii, New Zealand and Peru. After an 11 p.m. preview of the second season (which starts at 10:03 p.m. ET Sunday), the whole thing reruns, starting at 11:13 p.m.
5) “Frankie Drake Mysteries” season-finale, 7 p.m. ET, Ovation. Frankie’s mom (Wendy Crewson) is usually conning other people. But now she’s one of several women who bought worthless land in Florida; can Frankie (who has the only female detective agency in 1920s Toronto) get the money back? In the show’s style, this has pleasant visuals, likable people … and solutions that are way too easy.