Class warfare in heartland
Big money and the downtrodden face each other in a 1930s showdown in "Damnation," a new series starring Killian Scott as a union organizer who foments revolt while posing as a small-town Iowa preacher. Poet Tony Tost, who previously worked on "Longmire," is the show's creator.
9 p.m., USA
ABC News veteran Martha Raddatz put her experience covering the Iraq war to good use in the bestselling book "The Long Road Home," which has been adapted into a melodramatic miniseries that too often feels like a Lifetime movie rather than a you-are-there war picture.
8 p.m., National Geographic Channel
Force of nature
Minnesota modesty doesn't seem to extend to our state's wrestlers, including Edina-raised Ric Flair, who ruled the canvas between Verne Gagne and Jesse Ventura. Despite recent health scares, the retired superstar still oozes bravado in "Nature Boy," a bittersweet new "30 for 30" documentary that reveals Flair's showmanship and loneliness. Some of his statements defy logic — 15 drinks a day throughout his career! Bedding 10,000 women! — but there's no denying that his quest to be in the spotlight cost him on the home front.
9 p.m., ESPN