Survivors of a concert targeted by terrorists in Paris in Nov 2015 that killed 89, the American rock band the Eagles of Death Metals resolves to return to France to complete the concert three months later — a year ago this Thursday. The emotional return of the Palm Springs band — as well as its history — is explored in Colin Hanks’ documentary “Eagles of Death Metal: Mon Amis” (HBO, 10 p.m.), making its TV debut days after a theatrical release. If you didn’t know much about the band before, you’ll be a fan soon enough. That’s before the horror of the attack is recalled.
On the documentary “Accidental Courtesy,” making its debut on “Independent Lens” (PBS, 10 p.m., check local listings), the musician Daryl Davis tries to infiltrate and change the minds of KKK and neo-Nazi groups.
“Celebrity Apprentice” (NBC, 9 p.m.) ends its run, putting host Arnold Schwarzenegger out of the crosshairs of the President of the United States, who is nonetheless still a listed executive producer of the show. The finale pits finalist Boy George vs. Matt Iseman at an event where Caitlyn Jenner appears. At the conclusion, every wins a cabinet post.
Paolo Sorrentino’s opulent, surreal “The Young Pope” (HBO, 9 p.m.) also ends its run. It, too, had some characteristics of the new administration, but considerably less tweeting.
Nisei faces a critical decision on the second season premiere of “Humans” (AMC, 10 p.m.).
“The Bachelor” (ABC, 8 p.m.) is no longer feeling it. He sent both women on his two-on-one dates home last week. Maybe he feels the way the viewers have about this season.
Carter puts his trust in CTU on “24: Legacy” (Fox, 8 p.m.). What else can he do?
Kara fights to clear Lena’s name on “Supergirl” (The CW, 8 p.m.).
Jane tries to recover from the big shocking development last week on “Jane the Virgin” (The CW, 9 p.m.). And then there’s a big time jump.
On “Quantico” (ABC, 10 p.m.), recruits are sent to break into the National Security Agency, which is kind of in shambles now anyway.
“Fashion Police” (E!, 8 p.m.) check in regarding what people wore to the Grammys.
“Kevin Can Wait” (CBS, 8 p.m.) gets more involved in the church for ulterior motives.
“Love & Hip Hop” (VH1, 8 p.m.) reaches a seventh season finale.
Walter and Sylvester go undercover at a chess tournament on “Scorpion” (CBS, 10 p.m.).
In 1930s Chicago, Al Capone and Elliot Ness figure into the story on “Timeless” (NBC, 10 p.m.).
Simon receives dating advice on “Shadowhunters” (Freeform, 8 p.m.).
It’s Valentine’s Day on “Man with a Plan” (CBS, 8:30 p.m.).
“Superior Donuts” (CBS, 9 p.m.) talks about guns.
“APB” (Fox, 9 p.m.) looks into electronic motorcycles.
“Booze Traveler” (Travel, 10 p.m.) goes to Colombia.
There’s a fight at “Summer House” (Bravo, 10 p.m.).
Kathy Griffin and Mike Epps drop by on “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” (VH1, 9 p.m.).
Turner Classic Movies’ alphabetical 31 Days of Oscar skips through three letters today, I to K, with “I’ll Cry Tomorrow” (8:45 a.m.), two different movies named “Imitation of Life” (10:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m.), “In the Heat of the Night” (3 p.m.), “Indiscretion of an American Wife” (5 p.m.), “The Informer” (6:15 p.m.), “Inherit the Wind” (8 p.m.), “Jaws” (10:15 p.m.), “Key Largo” (12:30 a.m.), “Kind Lady” (2:30 a.m.) and “Kings Row” (4 a.m.).
NBA action includes Oklahoma City at Washington (TNT, 8 p.m.) and Atlanta at Portland (TNT, 10:30 p.m.).
Hockey has Rangers at Columbus (NBC Sports, 730 p.m.).
Men’s college hoops include Louisville at Syracuse (ESPN, 7 p.m.), Baylor at Texas Tech (ESPNU, 7 p.m.), Colgate at Bucknell (CBS Sports, 7 p.m.), West Virginia at Kansas (ESPN, 9 p.m.), Morgan State at Howard (ESPNU, 9 p.m.) and Villanova at DePaul (CBS Sports, 9 p.m.).
Women’s games include Texas at Florida State (ESPN2, 7 p.m.) and South Carolina at Connecticut (ESPN2, 9 p.m.).
Kelly Ripa: Kal Penn, Jeremy Jordan, James White, David Muir. The View: Adam Gassman. The Talk: Pauley Perrette, Kevin Frazier. Harry Connick: Retta, Danny Seo, Jill Goodacre. Ellen DeGeneres: Khloe Kardashian, Lin-Manuel Miranda. Wendy Williams: Bevy Smith, Robert Verdi, Lloyd Boston, Nicole Lapin. The Real: Charlie McDermott, Eden Sher, Atticus Shaffer, J.B. Smoove.
Stephen Colbert: Shailene Woodley, Laverne Cox, Rick and Marty Lagina. Jimmy Kimmel: Tracy Morgan, Kaitlin Olson, D.R.A.M. with Erykah Badu. Jimmy Fallon: Magic Johnson, Luke Wilson, Roy Wood Jr. Jimmy Fallon: Magic Johnson, Luke Wilson, Roy Wood Jr. Seth Meyers: John Oliver, Zosia Mamet, Brann Dailor. James Corden: Ice Cube, Ike Barinholtz, Steve Aoki and Louis Tomlison. Carson Daly: Patrick Warburton, Bomba Estereo, Erin Gibson, Bryan Safi. Trevor Noah: Elaine Welteroth and Phillip Picardi. Conan O’Brien: David Oyelowo, Louie Anderson, Angel Olsen.