Gotham / 8:00pm (5) Riddle me this: The series returns for the home stretch of its third season with the new episode “Heroes Rise: How the Riddler Got His Name.” That villainous alias finally is assumed by Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) as he goes off on his own, apart from Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), and causes problems for Bullock and Lucius Fox (Donal Logue, Chris Chalk). Gordon (Ben McKenzie) learns troubling information about his father’s fate. James Remar guest stars.
APB / 9:01pm (5) The police drama ends its season with “Ricochet,” as Gideon (Justin Kirk) deals with a tarnished reputation over terrorist attacks that he and his technology couldn’t prevent. He and Captain Conrad (Ernie Hudson) try to stop the assaults as Danny (guest star Ty Olwin) deploys more weaponry against the city’s population. Murphy (Natalie Martinez), Ada (Caitlin Stasey) and the other officers try to locate him — and not everyone may survive. Independent Lens / 10:00pm (26.4) Is any subject not fair game for humor? The Holocaust would seem to be one of those taboo topics, but Ferne Pearlstein’s documentary “The Last Laugh” shows that even those who were interred in concentration camps used levity as a means of survival. A portrait of one of those who did leave Auschwitz alive — Renee Firestone — is underscored by comments from Mel Brooks, Sarah Silverman and Gilbert Gottfried, as well an Anti-Defamation League member.
J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only / 10:30pm (HBO) On the heels of his well-received 2016 HBO documentary that captured the making of his album “2014 Forest Hills Drive,” this new film directed by rapper J. Cole showcases songs from the artist’s fourth album, accompanied by and revealing footage containing the heartfelt confessions, concerns and struggles of people in the South, including Atlanta, Baton Rouge, La., and Fayetteville, N.C.