Great Scots

Turns out there's more than a fabled monster to worry about in and around the banks of "Loch Ness." This intriguing new drama is an example of the excellent TV imports coming from Europe, but also shows how more mysteries are casting tough, complicated women as lead inspectors without making a fuss. In this case, our heroine is played by Laura Fraser, previously known as the Stevia-loving villain Lydia in "Breaking Bad."

Now streaming on Acorn TV

Breaking and entering

The home makeover genre gets a new neighbor in "Reno, Set, Go!" but this time the designers get a hand from friends and family members, who get to: a) do a good deed and b) snoop through their loved ones' belongings. The new series opens with two episodes.

9 p.m., Discovery Family

Ringside seats

Boxing may no longer be as popular as it was when Muhammad Ali was floating like a butterfly, but it's still a route for society's underdogs to achieve success. "CounterPunch," directed by Jay Bulger, documents how a new generation is trying to salvage the industry — and their own futures.

Now streaming on Netflix

Neal Justin