May the force be with you

Helen Mirren is nowhere to be found in “Prime Suspect: Tennison,” but you’ll scarcely miss her thanks to a subtle performance by Stefanie Martini, who plays the detective as a 22-year-old rookie, back when optimism was still an option. The case in this three-part prequel is a bit of a snoozer, but watching Jane Tennison slowly develop her shell — and drinking habit — will be a treat for “Masterpiece” fans.

9 p.m. Sun., TPT, Ch. 2

Hit me with your best shot

Alison Brie gives her goody-two-shoes image from “Community” a body slam in “GLOW,” an aggressively funny new sitcom about the “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling” trying to fight off sexism, hair-pulling and 1980s wardrobes. Comedian Marc Maron is a revelation as the team’s caustic manager.

Now streaming on Netflix

Every breath he takes

For much of the Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs documentary “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story,” the title could be referring to its subject’s ego. But while the compliments never stop flowing (Combs is one of the producers), there are moments where the rapper/tycoon lets down his bravado, especially when reflecting on the rapper wars that led to the death of several prominent artists. It’s at these times that Combs truly shines.

Available Mon. on Apple Music

Neal Justin