New blood

It’s a changing of the guard at the anchor desk with the debut of the “CBS Evening News With Jeff Glor.” Glor’s promotion — the 42-year-old correspondent replacing the more veteran Scott Pell — is the latest attempt by the networks to connect with younger viewers. Glor’s counterpart at ABC, David Muir, is 44.

5:30 p.m., WCCO, Ch. 4

Large and in charge

Jason Robards won an Oscar for playing the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee in “All the President’s Men” and Tom Hanks takes a crack at the role in the upcoming film “The Post.” But “The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee” proves the late journalist is a compelling figure without any help from Hollywood. Using narration from the audiobook version of Bradlee’s autobiography, it captures a self-proclaimed truth-seeker who was never completely honest about his own lust for the spotlight.

7 p.m., HBO

Taking them for a ride

Ben Bailey, who recently performed stand-up at New Hope Cinema Grill, returns to his sit-down gig as host of the revamped “Cash Cab,” the 2005-2012 series in which taxi passengers unwittingly found themselves contestants in an impromptu game show. This time around, celebrities like Matthew Perry and Brooke Shields occasionally ride shotgun.

9 p.m., Discovery Channel

Neal Justin