The work of guitarist Chet Atkins is celebrated in a documentary “We Still Can’t Say Goodbye”  (CMT, 10 pm.), about the making of a tribute album honoring the late musician. Among those taking part are Vince Gill, Eric Clapton, Tommy Emmanuel, Ricky Skaggs, James Taylor, Alison Krauss and Brad Paisley. The resulting tribute album, with the same title, is also out today. 

An animated feature about a family of Mallard ducks, “Migration” (Peacock, streaming) uses the voice talents of Kumail Nanjiani, Elizabeth Banks and Keegan-Michael Key.

Christian Slater plays an ogre in a new eight-episode adaptation of “The Spiderwick Chronicles” (Roku Channel, streaming). 

The horror film “Late Night with the Devil” (Shudder, streaming), about a late night TV host conjuring evil, makes its TV debut. 

“Rebel Moon Part Two: The Scargiver” (Netflix, streaming) is the next chapter in the space saga with Sofia Boutella, Ed Skrein and Charlie Hunnam.

Not an early-season baseball prediction show, “The Never Ever Mets” (OWN, 8 p.m.) is actually a new relationship series about couples who have fallen love online but have never physically met. Ta’Rhonda Jones hosts. 

The former NBA champ and podcaster Matt Barnes and his wife Anasa Sims and their kids are the subject of the new reality show “The Barnes Bunch” (WEtv, 10 p.m.), whose family life is complicated by her mother, the former supermodel Beverly Johnson. It follows the season premiere of “Love After Lockup” (WEtv, 9 p.m.).

“Billy Joel: The 100th — Live at Madison Square Garden” (CBS, 9 p.m.) is replayed, since they cut off “Piano Man” the first time it ran.

The music of Nicolo Paganini is celebrated on “Great Performances” (PBS, 9 p.m.), but so is the work of bluesman Robert Johnson. Among those paying tribute: Augustin Hadelich, Keb’ Mo,’ and Cirque du Soleil.

“NEXT at the Kennedy Center” (PBS, 10 p.m.) presents a set from Joshua Rodman with vocalist Gabrielle Cavassa. 

Mary tries to advance George’s cause on “Mary & George” (Starz, 9 p.m.). 

“Cesar Millan: Better Human Better Dog” (National Geographic, 9 p.m.) calms a pit bull. 

A burger vending machine is pitched on “Shark Tank” (ABC, 8 p.m.). 

“S.W.A.T.” (CBS, 8 p.m.) has a member showing loyalty to the streets where he grew up. 

There’s an airboat accident on “Gold Rush: White Water” (Discovery, 8 p.m.).

“America’s Backyard Gold” (Discovery, 9 p.m.) goes digging in the Carolinas.

The finale looms on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” (MTV, 8 p.m.). 

On “BMF” (Starz, 8 p.m.), Beech returns to Atlanta to find the operation under new management. 

There are a few getaway flicks on Turner Classic Movies tonight with “The Great Escape” (8 p.m.), “Escape” (11 p.m.), “Escape from East Berlin” (1 a.m.), “Escape from the Iron Curtain” (3 a.m.) and “I Escaped from the Gestapo” (4 a.m.). 

Earlier are movies with babies as central characters: “A Global Affair” (6 a.m.), “Hold That Baby!” (7:30 a.m.), “Boy Meets Girl” (9 a.m.), “Brother Rat and a Baby” (10:45 a.m.), “Bachelor Mother” (12:30 p.m.), “Four Mothers” (2 p.m.), “3 Godfathers” (3:30 p.m.), “Father’s Little Dividend” (5:30 p.m.) and “The Kid” (7 p.m.). 

The NBA playoff play-in series ends with Chicago at Miami (ESPN, 7 p.m.) and Sacramento at New Orleans (TNT, 9:30 p.m.).

Baseball includes Texas at Atlanta (Apple TV+, streaming, 7:20 p.m.) and Arizona at San Francisco (Apple TV+, streaming). 

Daytime Talk

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos: Billy Gardell, Pam Grier. The View: Corey Still, Ginger Zee. The Talk: Alison Brie, Emma Grede. Drew Barrymore: Christine Taylor, David Lascher. Kelly Clarkson: Cary Elwes, Kwame Alexander, Parmalee. Jennifer Hudson: Ego Nwodim, Dakota Patton. Tamron Hall: King Moore, Andie and Melanie Orozco, Declan Lopez. 

Late Talk

Stephen Colbert: Sen. Bernie Sanders, Bleachers (rerun). Jimmy Kimmel: Tom Hiddleston, Joey King, Phosphorescent (rerun). Jimmy Fallon: Naomi Campbell, Sue Bird, Kneecap (rerun). Seth Meyers: Jake Gyllenhaal, Andrea Riseborough (rerun). Taylor Tomlinson: Ester Povitsky, Haley Joel Osment, Steph Tolev (rerun). Bill Maher: Jillian Michaels, Jon Meacham, Jane Ferguson.