Cracklin’ Rosie

Rose McGowan may refer to Harvey Weinstein only as “the monster,” but the disgraced former movie mogul’s presence will be all over “Citizen Rose,” a new series that documents the actress’ campaign to be heard long before the #MeToo campaign was in full swing. McGowan’s anger and eccentricities can get in the way of her message, but that doesn’t mean audiences should give up on trying to hear what she has to say.

7 p.m., E!

Failing campaign

“Bartlett” may find its rhythm once Lin-Manuel Miranda pops by, but the early episodes of his six-part comedy series are a struggle, centering on a laugh-less advertising agency that could use a dose of Don Draper. Vimeo will have to shoot higher if it wants to be taken seriously as a platform for original programming.

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Chain reaction

President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address (8 p.m., various networks) is prompting several late-night hosts to up their games with live broadcasts. Those taking on the challenge include “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” and “The Opposition With Jordan Klepper.”

Neal Justin