Hail Mary

Bill McCartney thought he had found his calling in 1990 when his University of Colorado Buffaloes won the national football championship. Turns out he wasn't done recruiting talent. "The Gospel According to Mac," the latest from "30 for 30," looks at how this success on the field coincided with his founding of the Promise Keepers ministry. 8 p.m., ESPN

Cold cases

For "Terror in Little Saigon," PBS' "Frontline" and ProPublica followed the trail from Southeast Asia to large U.S. cities in search of answers in the unsolved murders of several Vietnamese-American journalists. To this day no one has been arrested in what the investigative team calls a multistate case of domestic terrorism. 9 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2

Center stage

In "Kareem: Minority of One," sportscaster Pat O'Brien proposes that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the most misunderstood person in sports ever. That theory is thoroughly examined with the help of none other than the basketball great himself, a once reticent interview subject who has opened up in recent years. Pat Riley, Arsenio Hall and Magic Johnson are among those offering assists. 9 p.m., HBO

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