1) “Soulmates” debut, 10 p.m., AMC. In the near future, it seems, computer-match dating will be obsolete. Instead, a machine simply look into our soul and then finds the perfect match. Now this anthology starts with a tough question: What about people who are already married and sort of happy? Sarah Snook (shown here) who was Shiv in “Succession,” stars in an hour that’s subtle and bittersweet.
2) All night, Showtime. Here’s are quick reruns of two ambitious shows. At 8 p.m. (rerunning at 10:40) is the opener of “The Good Lord Bird.” with a crazed John Brown in a lonely war against slavery; Ethan Hawke is superb, but the story is still a messy cacophony. And at 9 is “Kingdom of Silence.” In rich detail, it traces reporter Jamal Khashoggi, from his early admiration of Osama bin Laden’s war leadership to his years as a dissident and a columnist, murdered in the Saudi consulate in Tehran.
3) “L.A.’s Finest,” 8 p.m., Fox. McKenna (Jessicas Alba) seemed like the normal one here. She’s married, a stepmom, a police detective paired with Syd (Gabrielle Union), who has secrets. But McKenna has a secret past of her own, which is starting to emerge. Meanwhile, their case involves a body that dropped from the sky, landing on a Los Angeles street.
4) “Filthy Rich,” 9 p.m., Fox. Life is getting complicated for two people hoping to get rich as the illegitimate children of a media mogul. Jason’s lies were exposed on live TV; Ginger finds that a strange man is following her mother and her workers.
5) “The Sounds,” any time, www.acorn.tv. This concludes the intriguing story that has Rachelle Lefevre as a Canadian whose husband disappeared in New Zealand. Two other New Zealand thrillers, “Bloodlines” and “The Gulf.” also arrive today, plus a documentary series, “Tales of Irish Castles.”