Going to the fair
Those hoping “Vanity Fair Confidential” would focus on why Reese Witherspoon has three legs on the magazine’s Hollywood issue are bound to be disappointed by the Season 4 premiere. Viewers interested in learning more about a University of Virginia graduate’s search for justice following a campus assault will be satisfied, however.
8 p.m., Investigation Discovery
Twin Cities Public Television’s decision to finally give “Independent Lens” a decent time slot is a win for lovers of diverse, stylized documentaries like “Winnie,” a profile of the often-misunderstood Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, who became a leader in her own right while her husband, Nelson Mandela, spent 27 years in jail. Director Pascale Lamche also made the 2004 film “Accused No 1: Nelson Mandela.”
10 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2
We are stardust
If the music from Super Bowl week isn’t still ringing in your ears, bear down for all four hours of “Woodstock: The Director’s Cut,” which captures the sound and spirit of the 1969 three-day concert. Director Mike Wadleigh’s passionate approach most likely influenced a young Martin Scorsese, who served as one of the documentary’s editors.
10:30 p.m., TCM