How We Roll (CBS at 9:01) Two episodes air tonight; Tom worries about his mother’s welfare, and Pete and Jen go on an awkward double date with Pete’s mother and her long-lost flame.
Law & Order: Organized Crime (NBC at 10) Webb recruits Stabler and Donnelly to take to task a thief who stole millions of dollars.
Bang Bang Baby (Amazon Prime) A teenager living in a small Italian town in 1986 has her life turned upside down when her long-thought-dead father turns out to be alive.
Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles (Netflix) A young rabbit wants to become a samurai and teams up with other animals to protect the city in this animated series based off a comic book.
Under the Banner of Heaven (FX on Hulu) In the two-episode miniseries premiere, a detective (Andrew Garfield) investigates the 1984 murder of a Utah woman and her daughter by Mormon fundamentalists.
The Offer (Paramount Plus) A 10-episode dramatization of the Hollywood deal-making and politics behind the making of “The Godfather” — three episodes premiere today.
Bubble (Netflix) From the creators of the popular Japanese anime “Attack on Titan,” an animated movie about a near-future Tokyo where the laws of gravity don’t apply.
Deadly House Call (Lifetime Movie at 8) A working mother hires a nurse to help her father, who’s suffering from dementia, but the hired help soon makes a play for the family fortune.
Dear Mr. Brody (Discovery Plus) A documentary about Michael Brody Jr., a utopian millionaire and heir to a margarine fortune, who offered up his inheritance in the ’70s to those in need.
Made for Love (HBO Max) Season 2.
Smother (Peacock) Season 2.
The Way Down: God, Greed and The Cult of Gwen Shamblin (HBO Max) Part 2.
Daily Show/Noah (Comedy Central at 11) Daniel Ricciardo.
Tonight Show/Fallon (NBC at 11:34) Christina Ricci, Diplo, Miguel.
Late Late Show/Corden (CBS at 12:37) Molly Shannon, Josh Groban, Giveon.
Late Night/Meyers (NBC at 12:37) Andrew Garfield, Mary-Louise Parker, Fred Eltringham.