Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
WHAT TO WATCH
All times listed are Eastern/Pacific Time. Shows air one hour earlier in Central/ Mountain Time.
FDR History, 8 p.m. ● New Series Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin and actor Bradley Cooper are executive producers of this six-hour docuseries that explores the political and personal trials that shaped Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his presidency, and ultimately made him the right person at the right time to guide America during the Great Depression and World War II. The series airs over three consecutive nights beginning this evening with “Nothing to Fear,” which chronicles how FDR overcame crushing personal setbacks to lead the nation through the Depression with optimism, energy and a firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. America’s Hidden Stories Smithsonian Channel, 8 p.m. ● Season Premiere In “The Osage Murders,” an Osage Nation member returns home to learn the truth behind a series of reservation murders that happened a century ago. Discover the full story of the Osage Reign of Terror, which inspired a Martin Scorsese film and led to the birth of the FBI. Hoarders A&E, 9 p.m. ● Season Premiere It’s the 14th season of the Emmy-nominated series! Each two-hour episode focuses on someone struggling with hoarding tendencies, alongside their friends and family, as they work with experts to overcome a hoarding crisis with the hope of reclaiming balance in their lives. Tonight’s premiere focuses on Lia, who attributes her hoarding compulsion to when she was a child and was intrigued by her mother’s many collectibles and their trips to antique stores and estate sales. White House Plumbers HBO, 9 p.m.; also streams on HBO Max ● Series Finale In the series finale, “True Believers,” Liddy shares his concerns about Hunt’s stability with John Dean.