Notorious RBG

There's already been a feature film and a top-notch documentary celebrating the contributions of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but that shouldn't stop you from checking out "Ruth: Justice Ginsburg in Her Own Words." A diverse blend of footage, ranging from her confirmation hearing to a Q&A session with Indianapolis school kids, shows off the late Supreme Court justice's fortitude, humor and brain power.

8 p.m. Monday, Starz

Broken parts

In "Debris," mismatched partners hunt down scattered pieces of a UFO causing havoc on planet Earth. But what they're really searching for is "X-Files" fans. Very little in the first episode suggests they'll have any luck. Dazzling special effects can't make up for the lack of chemistry between the two leads.

9 p.m. Monday, KARE, Ch. 11

Nothing new

I had high hopes for the medical drama "New Amsterdam" when it debuted in 2018, because of its diverse cast led by a charismatic Ryan Eggold. While Eggold has Anthony Edwards' fortitude and George Clooney's sex appeal, the rest of the show sputters. The drama gets high marks for tackling the pandemic in the first couple of episodes of the third season, but the overall tone has all the excitement of a routine physical.

9 p.m. Tuesday, KARE, Ch. 11

The con is on

Overlook the sensationalist title of "Murder Among the Mormons" and prepare to be engrossed in this three-part documentary about a brilliant forger whose manipulation of the Mormon church eventually led to fatal bombings in 1980s Utah. The docuseries is jam-packed with fascinating characters that seem lifted out of a Humphrey Bogart flick. But every moment of this bizarre tale is tragically real.

Starts streaming Wednesday on Netflix

Under the sea

CBS All Access' transition into Paramount Plus is marked with the debut of several treats, not the least of which is "The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run," a fast-paced adventure that confirms our hero's status as this generation's Daffy Duck. Kids will squeal at the jokes punctuated by bodily functions while parents will be appeased by the nods to "Richard III," Kenny G and the Blue Man Group. All generations will groove to new songs from Weezer, the Flaming Lips and Cyndi Lauper.

Starts streaming Thursday on Paramount Plus

Neal Justin