Watching the series finale of "Training Day" on Saturday is one way to pay tribute to star Bill Paxton, who died in February. But you'd be better off checking out "The Greatest Game Ever Played," the 2005 golf movie written by Minnesotan Mark Frost and directed by Paxton (7 p.m., Golf Channel). Or to see the charming leading man on screen, get swept up all over again by 1996's "Twister" (7 p.m. Wed., AMC).
It's been a terrific season for docuseries about music history, thanks to PBS' "Soundbreaking: Stories From the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music," and CNN's "Soundtracks: Music That Defined History." Now comes "American Epic," a more studious but still fascinating journey. Robert Redford narrates this three-parter on 1920s recordings made mostly in rural parts of the U.S. This is rich territory, especially if you focus more on the rhythm and less on the unfamiliar names.
8 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2
"Born This Way," the Emmy-winning series that celebrates young men and women with Down syndrome, returns with new chapters in the delightful cast's search for love and respect in Southern California.
8 p.m., A&E