TV TOP picks
1 Blue Bloods
8 p.m. on (CTV)
Treat Williams guest stars as Frank (Tom Selleck) has invasion-of-privacy concerns when his first partner decides to write a book about their early exploits in the new episode “Back in the Day.” Especially now that he’s New York’s police commissioner, Frank isn’t sure he wants certain tales being told. Jamie and Eddie (Will Estes, Vanessa Ray) respond to a call to assist a fellow officer, but their different decisions may impact their partnership.
2 Hello Goodbye
8:30 p.m. on (CBC)
There’s no shortage of travel shows on the air these days, but in this new series, host Dale Curd finds plenty of compelling human stories right at the very point of arrivals and departures: Toronto Pearson International Airport. Curd — who happens to be a trained psychotherapist — approaches strangers spontaneously to listen to both their “hello” and “goodbye” stories, along with the occasional “What the heck happened to my luggage?” complaint.
3 Last Man Standing
9 p.m. on (ABC-B) (CH)
Mike and Vanessa (Tim Allen, Nancy Travis) get into a rivalry over Eve (Kaitlyn Dever), who they know can help either of their teams win a 5K race at their annual college alumni get-together, in the new episode “Polar Run.”
4 Dr. Ken
9:31 p.m. on (ABC-B)
Dr. Mehmet Oz guest stars as himself in the tellingly titled new episode “Delayed in Honolulu,” as Ken (Ken Jeong) and his family run into him while waiting for their flight from Hawaii to depart. The encounter doesn’t go especially well, making it awkward for Ken when he wants to switch seats with Dr. Oz later. Allison’s (Suzy Nakamura) interference in Molly’s (Krista Marie Yu) personal life has a potentially drastic result.
5 Slow West
10 p.m. on (M1)
Scottish director and screenwriter John Maclean earned across-the-board acclaim for this 2015 action western, which marked his directorial debut. Michael Fassbender stars as Silas Selleck, a bounty hunter who conceals his true motives as he offers to serve as a bodyguard to a young Scot, Jay Cavendish (Kodi SmitMcPhee, “X-Men: Apocalypse”), who ventures to 1800s Colorado in search of his missing love, Rose Ross (Caren Pistorius).
11 p.m., 3:01 a.m. on (A&E)
A new episode called “We Can Be Heroes” finds Carrie and Al (Poppy Montgomery, Dylan Walsh), along with the rest of the Major Crimes unit, being called in after the son of a prominent scientist is kidnapped. Initially the incident is handled as a crime of opportunity, but the detectives soon realize it is something far more chilling: a calculated revenge plot.