Man at play
An unvarnished, objective examination of the life of Playboy's founder is certainly in order, but you won't get it from "American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story," which was clearly constructed with the family's participation. That doesn't mean the 10-episode series isn't filled with fascinating tidbits, presented to a great jazz-heavy soundtrack, but viewers should be aware that they're probably not getting the full picture.
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One of the many reasons "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is network TV's most addictive sitcom is its pitch-perfect casting of guest stars, many of whom you'll recognize even if you can't place their name. Kyle Bornheimer, who returns as Santiago's incredibly boring ex-boyfriend, fits that description. He has a slew of failed sitcoms on his résumé, which is a shame because few play the nice guy from hell better. Andy Samberg and company should keep him on the invite list.
7 p.m., KMSP, Ch. 9
One more switch
The drama "Switched at Birth" wraps up its five-season run with a 90-minute episode co-written by creator Lizzy Weiss. Steve Miner, the show's regular director, is at the helm, but the series has utilized a lot of well-known names behind the camera, including former Minnesotan Lea Thompson, who directed four episodes.
8:01 p.m., Freeform