His telltale heart
“Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive,” a new “American Masters” documentary, provides enough evidence to leave viewers believing the writer’s personal life was as mysterious and sordid as the characters in his tales of horror. Denis O’Hare captures the author’s charms and crankiness in various readings.
8 p.m. Mon., TPT, Ch. 2
Laura Ingraham joins Fox’s prime-time lineup as the mighty news network attempts to recover from the loss of Bill O’Reilly. “The Ingraham Angle” will be followed by a new program, “Fox News@Night,” hosted by Shannon Bream.
9 p.m. weekdays, Fox News
“S.W.A.T.” tries to distinguish itself from the ’70s original in its opening chase scene that concludes with the accidental shooting of a child. But everything else about the revival — the casting of “Criminal Minds” vet Shemar Moore, the relentless violence — suggests this will quickly become a by-the-books CBS procedural, one that will resonate more with fans of “NCIS” than those looking for a thoughtful take on mistrust of law enforcement.
9 p.m. Thu., WCCO, Ch. 4