The Love We Make 9 p.m., Showtime
And in the end, Paul McCartney (pictured) put together the Concert for New York City at Madison Square Garden about six weeks after 9/11. And the organizational process, including rehearsals by and conversation with Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Bill Clinton, was made into a documentary. The director? Albert Maysles, co-maker of “Gimme Shelter’’ and “Grey Gardens.’’
Breaking Bad Tomorrow at 10 p.m., AMC
Giancarlo Esposito has been outrageously good all season long as Gus, from the box-cutter sequence to last week’s episode, when he begins to squirm. The flashback to the murder of his “partner’’ has raised questions online about whether or not Gus is gay. Show creator Vince Gilligan’s response, from the “Breaking Bad’’ podcast: “It’s open to interpretation. It’s whatever the audience wants it to be.’’ If Gus is gay, and his life partner was killed in front of him, then he is more complex than we already knew.
Bad Dog! 10 p.m., Animal Planet
Do bad dogs honk horns? Or just really smart, cute dogs?
True Blood Tomorrow at 9 p.m., HBO
Curb Your Enthusiasm Tomorrow at 10 p.m., HBO
Larry vs. Michael J. Fox. Need I say more?