1) “The Latino Experience,” 9 p.m., PBS. Filmmakers keep making great shorts … which TV keeps ignoring. Here’s an exception – 13 films by Latinos, in one-hour chunks on three Tuesdays. This week has a pair of scripted gems; both deal with death – imagined (in a charming, 13-minute opener) and real (6 minutes). The documentaries vary in quality and in subject: We see young poster-makers using old-time crafts … gay and trans dancers … and (shown here) the tangled lives that straddle the U.S.-Mexico border.
2) “Mr. Inbetween,” 10 p.m., FX, rerunning at 10:35 and 11:10. This episode – like real life, sometimes – manages to change in a nano second. At first, it’s slow and sweet: Ray has just hooked up with his drug-run colleague; he’s not a romance type, she is. Then, instantly, the story changes. A week from its series finale, “Mr. Inbetween” remains a quietly intriguing enigma.
3) Basketball, 9 p.m. ET, ABC. The NBA finals begin, with teams that haven’t been there for a while: The Milwaukee Bucks won the championship a half-century ago, lost three years later and haven’t returned until now; the Phoenix Suns lost in 1976 and 1993. For the best-of-seven series, ABC has a pre-game show at 8:30 p.m. and a transplanted “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (hosted by Anthony Anderson) at 8.
4) “FBI,” 9 p.m., CBS. This will be the last show for a while. Next week, “FBI” – and many other CBS shows – will step aside for “Love Island.” (“FBI: Most Wanted,” however, will remain at 10 p.m..) In tonight’s “FBI” rerun, two people are killed at a quinceanera – but may not have been the targets.
5) “Motherland: Fort Salem,” 10 p.m., Freeform. There are many miracles created by witchcraft, but this is the most impressive – changing a president’s mind within a minute. Elsewhere, Raelle – trying to harness her powers – has a startling encounter. And this is no Jane Austen story: At a find-a-husband mixer, Tally has a disturbing vision; Abigail skips the event and has a fierce (and spectacular) moment.