1) Juneteenth” programs, ABC, FX, FXX and FXM. There’s fresh interest in Juneteenth, marking the day (June 19, 1865) Texas slaves finally learned they were free. At 8 p.m., ABC News has a special, looking at the history and at current celebrations. Also, the FX channels have replaced their schedules with a simulcast of movies (“Hidden Figures” at 7 a.m., “Selma” at 10 a.m., “Get Out” latenight at 12:47 and 3:17 a.m.) and TV reruns – “Black-ish” from 1-8 p.m., “Atlanta” from 8 p.m. to 12:47 a.m.
2) “Great Performances: Ann,” 9-11 p.m., PBS (check local listings). Ann Richards was bigger-than-life (and bigger than Texas). Now Holland Taylor has written and starred in this one-woman show. We see Richards give a graduation speech, have a chaotic day as governor and more. She describes her girlhood (tough mom, warm dad), her years at home (lots of fun, lots of alcohol) and even her funeral. Two hours is too long for one voice, especially such a sharp one, but this includes lots of Richards’ wit.
3) “All Rise,” 8 p.m., CBS. This Monday drama borrows a Friday slot, bumping “MacGyver” and “Magnum” each back an hour and giving “Blue Bloods” the night off. In this rerun, Lola prepares for her first trial involving cybercrimes; first, she must study online gambling.
4) “Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn,” 8-9:45 p.m., HBO. Cohn was the oft-reviled lawyer for Joseph McCarthy, Donald Trump and more. His live is examined by Ivy Meerepol … a writer and filmmaker whose grandparents (Julius and Ethel Rosenberg) were prosecuted by Cohn.
5) “Love, Victor,” any time, Hulu. Two years ago, the movie “Love, Simon” – about a closeted teen – drew strong reviews and solid box office. Now this sequel focuses on a new teen at the school. Nick Robinson returns as Simon, narrating the 10 episodes and, eventually, advising Victor. Also debuting today on streaming are two non-fiction shows – the Netflix movie “Father Soldier Son” and the Hulu series “Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi.”