World’s Funniest Animals 7 p.m. on 62
Host Elizabeth Stanton welcomes comic and illusionist Murray SawChuck as her special guest in tonight’s new episode featuring animals doing some of the funniest things ever caught on video. Among tonight’s featured critters: a talented retriever who absolutely loves to salsa dance, a monkey who’s a sneaky thief, a stubborn camel, and a snorting seal.
A Wilderness of Error 7 p.m. on (156)
This five-part documentary series from filmmaker Errol Morris concludes with two back-to-back episodes, starting with “When a Narrative Becomes Reality,” in which convicted killer Jeffrey MacDonald is brutally disappointed by Joe McGinnis’ bestselling book “Fatal Vision.” The discovery of new evidence could help MacDonald, however. Then, in the finale, a federal judge finally agrees to hear the new evidence in this case.
Hope Gap 7 p.m. on 9 p.m. on (TMN1); 55
Bill Nighy and four-time Oscar nominee Annette Bening give memorable performances in writer-director William Nicholson’s 2019 adaptation of his play “The Retreat From Moscow.” The two stars play Edward and Grace, who have been married for nearly three decades, but Grace’s world tilts sharply on its axis when her husband announces he is leaving her from another woman. The film charts the turbulent emotional journey Grace is forced to take in the aftermath of that announcement. Josh O’Connor, Aiysha Hart and Ryan McKen co-star.
Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation 10 p.m. on 45
More firsthand eyewitness tesitimonies are offered in “UFOs in Combat,” wherein the show’s all-star team is aided by another collection of military testimony. At the heart of the episode are multiple accounts of encounters between U.S. military personnel and UFOs, dating back to the days of the Vietnam War. Some of these reports seem to suggest the possibility that such unidentified aircraft have been shadowing American pilots for decades.