Bipartisan billing

As curator for a night of classic film, Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., has put together a winning ticket for those on either side of the political aisle. The evening starts off with 1972’s “The Candidate,” in which Robert Redford slowly loses his idealism on the campaign trail, followed by Jimmy Stewart only building on his in “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.”

7 p.m., TCM

She’s no lady

Michelle Dockery, best known for mixing chill and charm as Lady Mary in “Downton Abbey,” is jolly good in “Good Behavior,” a new series about a drug-addicted thief who gets trapped by a killer after committing the only kind deed of her adult life. The plot has flaws in logic — Dockery’s character can’t be a brilliant con artist and an imbecile, can she? — but it’s nice to see the actress escape from the manor.

8 p.m., TNT

Street smarts

Nothing cracks me up more these days than when Billy Eichner turns to the camera in disgust when someone commits a pop-culture faux pas, like dismissing the talents of Kiefer Sutherland. His fast-paced, laugh-a-second series “Billy on the Street” returns with Jon Hamm in tow, ambushing New Yorkers with the offer of a fantasy threesome. No offense, Don Draper, but right now Eichner is the sexy one.

9:30 p.m., TruTV

Neal Justin