When Danica Patrick says she doesn’t care what people think of her, she means it. At least that’s the message she delivers in “Danica,” a defiant documentary expertly steered by sports broadcaster Hannah Storm. Those who idolize the race car driver for her groundbreaking achievements, and the haters who point out she’s never lived up to early expectations, will find plenty to root for in this candid film.
7 p.m., Epix
Tell me about yourself
“The Job Interview” appears to be taking a page from Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice,” except this time candidates don’t need to participate in stunts. Real-life applicants will be judged on old-fashioned interview standards by real employers in this new series.
9 p.m., CNBC
Black Sabbath may have disbanded, but Ozzy Osbourne hasn’t retired from the reality-TV world that gave him a second wind. The quick-witted rocker is as disarming as ever in the second season of “Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour,” which finds the father and son starting a road trip in Key West. The itinerary is a lot less captivating than Dad’s slow-burn reaction to the world around him.
9 p.m., A&E