One of the best current shows anywhere, “Reservation Dogs” (Hulu, streaming), unjustly ingored by the Emmys, returns for a second season with the gang in disarray; Elora is en route to California with Jackie; Willie Jack is trying to undo a curse and Bear is in a fog. Entirely created and starring Native Americans, there is a likable humanity to the proceedings, paying attentions to all the quirks of a rural Oklahoma rez. 

Those of us who were there can tell you what a disaster the 1999 festival at a steamy, decommissioned Air Force field was; I’m wondering what took so long to make some documentaries about it. The second of them is a series, “Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99” (Netflix, streaming), which begins by showing lapses in planning from people that include Michael Lang, organizer of the original 1969 fest, unaware of the aggro bands from Korn, Rage Against the Machine and Limp Bizkit, that would set the dark tone.

Dierks Bentley and Elle King host highlights from June’s “CMA Fest” (ABC, 8 p.m.) at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. Performers include Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerina, Brothers Osborne, Kane Brown, Luke Bryan, Wynonna Judd and Carly Pearce. 

The theatrical “Toy Story” prequel “Lightyear” (Disney+, streaming) with Chris Evans taking over the voice of Buzz, makes its streaming debut. 

“Narco Wars: Chasing the Dragon” (National Geographic, 9 p.m.) returns for a new season with a story about heroin in Harlem. And behind every narco dude is one of the “Narco Wars: Queenpins” (National Geographic, 10 p.m.).  

Chefs divide into two teams to create the best steak dishes for some cowboys on “MasterChef” (Fox, 8 p.m.).