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Give peace a chance

Last year's Tony-winning play "Oslo" presented a highly dramatized version of how diplomats from Israel and Palestine came close to finding peace in the Middle East during the early 1990s. "The Oslo Diaries" is a more straightforward documentary about that moment in history, although the re-enactments of the top-secret meetings are so realistic that they feel a little dishonest. Still, the filmmakers' hearts are in the right place.

7 p.m., HBO

A slice of heaven

"The Good Place," one of the few network TV sitcoms worth raving about, offers newbies a chance to catch up with four carefully chosen repeats from Season 2. Ted Danson and Maya Rudolph both got well-earned Emmy nominations, but it's too bad there was no love for star Kristen Bell, who has never gotten an Emmy nod, not even for her time as "Veronica Mars."

7 p.m., KARE, Ch. 11

Anything is possible

It's completely understandable if you want to take a break from politics, but "Hubert Humphrey: The Art of the Possible" still feels like a diversion compared with the bickering pundits who have taken over cable news. This 2010 documentary is a fitting tribute to the Minnesota institution, with commentary from Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale, Bill Moyers and Tom Hayden.

8 p.m., TPT Life

Neal Justin