1) “Mayans M.C.,” 10 p.m., FX, rerunning at 11. His brother warned him that you can’t be in two worlds, but EZ keeps trying. Last week, he was in a brutal (and deadly) biker battle, then went to a warm family dinner with his sweet girlfriend Gaby (they’re shown here). Now the double life implodes, in an hour that is violent and disturbing, but skillfully directed and acted. It’s often quite mellow, but then has two fierce scenes – Galindo with his wife (whom he suspects), then EZ and Gaby in a stroll downtown.
2) “Frontline: The Virus that Shook the World,” 10 p.m., PBS. This wraps up a compelling, three-hour film that views the impact of the pandemic in 21 countries. That ends a strong PBS night: At 8 p.m., “Finding Your Roots” traces Broadway stars Mandy Patinkin and Audra McDonald; at 9, “Philly DA” see a cop-killing shake the district attorney’s determination to not request the death penalty.
3) “Prodigal Son,” 9 p.m., Fox. Focusing on a tough situation (a witness whose phobia confines him to his apartment), Malcolm tries to ignore his dad. Alas, the dad – a surgeon and a serial killer – can’t be ignored. He simultaneously romances the prison doctor (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and plans an escape. The story is entertaining, but strains our belief at every turn.
4) “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951), 8 p.m ET., Turner Classic Movies. Tennessee Williams adapted his masterful play; then director Elia Kazan gave it to brilliant actors. Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden all won Oscars; Marlon Brando (and Kazan and the movie) probably should have.
5) Season-finales, cable. Two mid-season shows wrap up their short first year. It’s the eighth episode for “Delilah” (9 p.m., Oprah Winfrey Network), which sees the end of a case that has pitted two friends, who are lawyers on opposite sides. And the 10th for “Assembly Required,” which has Tim Allen and Richard Karn sending long-range challenges to handyman types in their homes.