W. Kamau Bell talks to San Francisco kids of mixed race about their experiences in his latest documentary “1000% Me: Growing Up Mixed” (HBO, 9 p.m.).

Late night TV is the first casualty of the Writers Guild of America walk-off. What were planned for four new shows are now reruns. The only previously scheduled rerun was for “The Late Late Show with James Corden” (ABC, 12:37 a.m.), which had its final show last Thursday. 

The 1989 parent killing is tied to abuse of a boy band in the new documentary series “Menendez + Menudo: Boys Betrayed” (Peacock, streaming). 

Call it a mix of “Terrace House” and “Love Island.” In the Japanese import “Love Village” (Netflix, streaming), singles reside in a mountain house and see if anything develops. 

A second standup comedy special comes from the actor and comedian “Jimmy O. Yang: Guess How Much?” (Prime Video, streaming). 

A new season starts for the “MTV Couples Retreat” (MTV, 9 p.m.) which not only moves over from VH1 but spends the new season in Las Vegas. Participants include three former Real Housewives of Atlanta, Apollo Nina, Jaylan Pina and Shamari DeVoe (the latter’s husband Ronnie DeVoe of New Edition and Bell Biv DeVoe; the two also took part in season two). Also on hand, the actress Bre-Z and her partner; Fatboy SSE and Tiana Kimbrough; and rapper Yung Joc and his wife.

Season finales come for both “The Rookie” (ABC, 8 p.m.) and “The Rookie: Feds” (ABC, 9 p.m.).