What’s on TV
SURVIVING JEFFREY EPSTEIN 8 p.m. on Lifetime. This two-episode special will look into the crimes of Jeffrey Epstein, the wealthy financier and sex offender who died in federal custody last year. For years Epstein had been accused of sexually abusing underage girls, but had avoided federal charges until he was arrested in 2019 for sex trafficking. Epstein’s death, which was ruled a suicide, left many of his accusers angry that he would never stand trial. This documentary focuses on eight of the accusers, who shed light on Epstein and his inner circle.
ENDEAVOUR 9 p.m. on PBS. After spending much of Season 6 dispersed, the detectives at the center of this series are back together, investigating new missing persons and murder cases. Season 7 opens with a young Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) celebrating the dawn of a new decade at an opera in Venice in 1969, while Morse’s colleague, Fred Thursday, tries to track down a killer back in Oxford. When Morse returns home, old friendships begin to show signs of strain.
WE HUNT TOGETHER 10 p.m. on Showtime. This British detective noir follows four dysfunctional Londoners who find themselves paired off on opposite sides of a murder investigation. When Baba (Dipo Ola), a bathroom attendant, rescues a mysterious woman, Freddy (Hermione Corfield), from an assault at a nightclub, they become deeply linked and embark on a murderous spree. But soon the detective Lola Franks (Eve Myles) and her new, cheery partner, Jackson Mendy (Babou Ceesay), work to uncover the complex motives and morals behind the killings.