Business as usual

Ernie Hudson considers the Twin Cities suburbs his home these days, but he still spends plenty of time on the road shooting various projects. “The Family Business,” a miniseries based on Carl Weber’s bestselling novel, is one of his most ambitious to date. Hudson plays the patriarch of a well-to-do family besieged by drug dealers and politicians. He also serves as an executive producer.

8 p.m., BET

Ken and Don

Former WCCO anchor Don Shelby hasn’t spent all of his retirement time re-watching Ken Burns’ films, but you wouldn’t know it by the amount of prep work he does before sitting down with the legendary filmmaker. Their latest session, “A Conversation With Ken Burns,” was taped in September in St. Paul.

7 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2

The camera never blinks

“Body Cam” uses footage from actual police calls to take viewers on the ultimate ride-alongs. The firsthand accounts show just how seemingly routine stops can quickly turn perilous, starting with two harrowing accounts from the streets of Ohio.

9 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Neal Justin