Enjoying “Psych: The Movie” doesn’t require any familiarity with the 2006-14 series, but an appreciation for pop culture will be helpful as the bickering detectives (James Roday and Dulé Hill) are more obsessed with dropping references to obscure Nick Nolte movies and decorating their office to resemble the “Gremlins” set than with solving murders. That said, you don’t need to be a Trivial Pursuit master to howl at the sight of Princess Leia and Prince covering the Gin Blossoms’ “Allison Road.”
7 p.m., USA
“32 Pills: My Sister’s Suicide” presents itself as a mystery, with documentarian Hope Litoff trying to figure out what troubled her late sibling, Ruth. But it doesn’t take long to realize that the filmmaker is really taking a hard look at her own issues, which include alcoholism and deep guilt. Despite the glum atmosphere, Litoff manages to end on an upbeat note with the help of her artistic sister’s beautiful photographs.
7 p.m., HBO
Hurray for Hollywood
You may feel it’s your patriotic duty to watch “The Great American Baking Show,” but keep in mind that the big news this season is the addition of Paul Hollywood, the English chef who has been a staple of “The Great British Bake Off.” Hollywood also appeared as a judge in 2013’s “The American Baking Competition” on CBS. The Englishman is definitely taking his surname seriously.
8 p.m., KSTP, Ch. 5