What to watch
The Gazette, Colorado Springs
September 19, 2023 All times Mountain. Start times can vary based on cable/satellite provider. Confirm times on your on-screen guide. The Saint of Second Chances Netflix This full-of-heart documentary tells a wildly unexpected real-life story of family redemption. Narrated by Je Daniels, it chronicles how Mike Veeck, son of legendary major league baseball owner Bill Veeck, blew up his father’s career with the infamous Disco Demolition Night event at the Comiskey Park home of the Chicago White Sox in the late ’70s. Mike is kicked out of the game he loves and spends the next few decades clawing his way back from rock bottom, determined to redeem himself and carry on the family legacy. America’s Got Talent NBC, 7 p.m. More performers take the stage live from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium as judging is turned over to the American audience to vote for their favorite performer to move to the final round. Name That Tune FOX, 7 p.m. ■ Season Premiere Host Jane Krakowski and bandleader Randy Jackson are back for an all-celebrity edition with games that test the musical knowledge of athletes, musicians, actors, TV personalities, comedians and Olympians who are playing for their favorite charities. Becoming Frida Kahlo PBS, 8 p.m. ■ New Series This three-part series strips away the myths to reveal the real Frida Kahlo — a passionate and brilliant artist who lived through extraordinary times. The series explores the major events of her life, both personal and political, from her lifelong health problems to her complicated relationship with artist Diego Rivera and more. The Swarm The CW, 8 p.m. Whales are attacking tourists in Canada, and lobsters are suddenly deadly in France. The Swedish scientist Dr. Johanson (Alexander Karim) discovers aggressive ice worms on the seabed that are multiplying at breakneck speed. Independent Lens PBS, 9 p.m. In “Sanson and Me,” when authorities deny filmmaker Rodrigo Reyes’ request to document a young, incarcerated immigrant named Sanson, his story is shared through dramatic reenactments.