George Harrison: Living in the Material World 9 p.m., HBO
This is an extraordinary, not-to-be-missed new documentary about the life of George Harrison. Directed by Martin Scorsese, the two-part movie - which concludes tomorrow night - is filled with dynamic footage of Harrison during and after the Beatles, as well as interviews with everyone from his son Dhani and Paul McCartney to Eric Clapton. Harrison also does a lot of the talking himself, in old interviews. The story unfolds expertly and in great detail, with no time wasted on all those Beatles stories we’ve already heard. You really get a strong sense of Harrison’s spirituality, his droll sense of humor, and his fierce need to be an individual. Along with “LENNONYC,’’ this is the second recent Beatles documentary to find more to say about the most scrutinized of bands.
Suburgatory 8:30 p.m., Channel 5
The premiere last week did well in the ratings - about 10 million watched it, and then another 3 million or so when it re-aired on Friday. I’m hoping the writing stays good, and that it’s a hit, because I am feeling like an Optimistic Ollie today. The rapport between Jane Levy and Jeremy Sisto as her father is warm and less precious than most parent-child relationships on TV. It has promise. And so does Cheryl Hines as the classic wealthy suburban mom.
Keeping Up With the Kardashians 9:30 and 10:30 p.m., E!
All things must pass.
The Thing From Another World 8 p.m., TCM
Beware of darkness.
Top 10 Income Property: Reno to Riches 8 p.m., HGTV