Television

Critic’s Corner: What’s on TV Monday night

Independent Lens: Little White Lie 10 p.m., WGBH 2

Imagine you spent your whole life believing one thing about who you were, only to discover that it was not exactly true? Told by her Jewish parents as a child that her skin was dark due to a Sicilian grandparent, Lacey Schwartz learned in her late teens that her biological father was not who she thought he was and that she is biracial. Now an adult, Schwartz, a filmmaker, examines that identity crisis.

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Sin City Saints Streaming, Yahoo! Screen

On the heels of rescuing “Community” from cancellation, Yahoo! introduces its first original scripted series, about the “mismanaged carnival of stupidity” that is the fictional pro basketball team of the title. Set in Las Vegas, “Sin” stars Malin Akerman (“The Comeback”), Tom Arnold, Andrew Santino, and former NBA players Rick Fox and Baron Davis.

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It’s Me Hilary, the Man Who Drew Eloise 9 p.m., HBO

Lena Dunham and Mindy Kaling are among those expressing their love for illustrator Hilary Knight.

The Night Shift 10 p.m., NBC

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They don’t call themselves Love Brokers, but how fun would it be if they did?

Chasing Life 9 p.m., ABC Family

The end of the first-season chase.

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