‘Abraham Lincoln’ premieres on History Channel

Rich and shameless (TNT at 10:30 a.m.) A preview of an upcoming true-crime anthology about the stories behind the scandals sheds light on the sordid affairs of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.

Caught in its web (Lifetime at age 8) An anonymous cyberbully hacks into the digital world of three women, but they band together in an attempt to catch their stalker.

The legacy of the wedding veil (Stamped at 8) The last of the three friends to claim an antique wedding veil with vaunted matchmaking powers challenges its mythology.

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City (Bravo at 9) Heather commemorates her father; Jen cuts costs to pay legal fees.

Virtuous Gemstones (HBO at 10) Siblings assess situation after hospital shooting; Baby Billy reconnects with his past.

From (Epix at 9) A sci-fi/horror series starring Harold Perrineau (“Lost”) who vies with the residents of a Central American town where it’s not safe to go out after dark night.

Around the world in 80 days (PBS at 8) Fogg meets a friend from his past at Grand Central in New York and decides on the future of his travels.

Horror stories in two sentences (CW at 9) Two episodes conclude season 3: a widower and his daughter discover that their new home has been built on cursed land and three brothers who visit their sick father must come to terms with their past.

We need to talk about Cosby (Showtime at 10) The latest episode of the acclaimed series airs.

abraham lincoln (History at 8) Part one of the three-part series – based on Doris Kearns Goodwin’s “Leadership: In Turbulent Times” – which mixes interviews with the likes of Barack Obama and dramatic re-enactments with actor Graham Sibley, on the picture.

LBJ: triumph and tragedy (CNN at 9 a.m.) A four-part, two-night look at the legacy of one of the most influential presidents in American history.

Swim Instructor’s Nightmare (Lifetime at 8) A father’s search for someone to teach his 10-year-old daughter to swim ends up being a psychopath.

The Walking Dead (AMC at 9)

The talking dead (AMC at 10)

Last week tonight (HBO at 11)