Tonight’s top picks
8 p.m. on WMAR WPVI Shark Tank
Actor and investor Kevin Hart brings his unique perspective and desire to inspire hopeful entrepreneurs as he guest stars in tonight’s season finale. Among the guests making pitches, a Florida entrepreneur touts his line of health products using nature’s most powerful superfood. Former college students from Chicago seek investors for an online marketplace designed to help current and former college athletes cash in on their fame, and a professional boxer from Houston demonstrates an allin-one total body fitness tool. Tonight’s Sharks include Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O’Leary and Lori Greiner.
8 p.m. on HBO George Carlin’s American Dream
This new two-part documentary from filmmakers Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio profiles an iconoclastic comic who was well ahead of his time at the peak of his career. George Carlin, who died in 2008, was a cerebral stand-up performer who earned the nickname “the dean of counterculture comedians,” yet kept working for half a century and made more than 130 appearances on “The Tonight Show.” He was best known, however, for his stand-up riff on “the seven dirty words” that once got him thrown into a Milwaukee jail. Part 2 airs tomorrow night.
10 p.m. on FX The New York Times Presents
This docuseries opens its second season with a stand-alone documentary on the eccentric multibillionaire who recently made headlines by purchasing Twitter. This film, “Elon Musk’s Crash Course,” looks at a different topic, though: Musk’s series of outlandish claims about the Autopilot capabilities in his Tesla technology for self-driving cars. The Times investigation reveals that Autopilot has been a factor in multiple deaths and dozens of other accidents Musk and his company have not publicly acknowledged.