1) “Spector” opener, 9 p.m., Showtime. Phil Spector was the master of early-’60s pop music, churning out vibrant “wall of sound” hits for the Ronettes (shown here) and others. Then he sort of disappeared … until Feb. 3, 2003. That’s when a British magazine published a long, candid interview; it’s also when a blonde beauty was found dead in his mansion. This compelling, four-week film starts that day, then uses the interview as the spine; the opeer focuses on a great (but brief) career.
2) “Mood” opener, 10 p.m., BBC America; also, AMC+. In another situation, Sasha might thrive. She’s a biracial beauty, with flashes of talent as a singer and rapper. But when her handsome boyfriend dumped her, she imploded. We learn more about that at the end of this hour, which takes her to dark and bright places (and to musical numbers she envisions). It’s a rough start to a six-week series, but Nicole Lecky, who wrote it and stars, is superb.
3) “Dangerous Liaisons” opener, 8 p.m., Starz. People keep revisiting this tale of French-court schemes and seduction. It was a 1782 novel, a 1985 play, a 1988 movie. There was even a contemporary teen version, “Cruel Intentions” (1999), which airs at 6:19 p.m. today. Then a prequel begins, on a crowded cable night. On AMC, “Interview With the Vampire” (10:05 p.m.) is a week from its season-finale; “Walking Dead”(9) is two weeks from its series-finale.
4) “FBI,” 8 p.m., CBS. This is the second straight Sunday without “The Equalizer,” which will be back next week. First, a transplanted “FBI” involves the search for a kidnapped 5-year-old. It’s the final episode before Missy Peregrym, who stars as Bell, returns to the show on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
5) “The Masked Singer,” 7 and 8 p.m., Fox This night has been in flux. At first, Fox decided to rest its cartoons and air two reality shows – “Masked Singer” and “Lego Masters” – that were bumped by the World Series. Then a rain-out pushed the Series back a day, with the possibility that a seventh game would bump “Singer” again. Not to worry: The Astros wrapped it up Saturday; now there’s a new “Masked Singer” at 8 (’90s night), surrounded by a rerun (Muppets night) at 7 and “Lego Masters” at 9.