“The Special Relationship” (9 p.m., HBO). A new docudrama chronicling the bromance between former President Bill Clinton and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Sounds kinda boring, but apparently Dennis Quaid (as Clinton), Michael Sheen (as Blair) and Hope Davis (as Hilary Clinton) are great. Ehhh, it might be worth watching, it’s not like there’s anything else on.
“Samantha Brown’s Napa” (11 p.m., Travel). Ooooh, exotic Wine Country! As a local, it’s always kinda interesting to check something like this out, to see how the region is perceived. She bugs me, but at least the scenery will be nice.
“Lost” (8 p.m., ABC). I’m not sure exactly why you’d want to watch it again so soon, but Sunday’s series finale is being re-aired. If you missed it the first time and want to see what all the hoopla was about, or if you watched it already but somehow thought they all died in the plane crash and need to re-watch it, now’s your chance.
Games of the day
Baseball: Cardinals vs. Cubs (1 p.m., Fox). Wow, a nationally televised game that doesn’t include the Yankees, Red Sox or Mets! Check it out, this doesn’t happen often.
Stanley Cup finals: Blackhawks vs. Flyers (5 p.m., NBC). It’s Game 1 of what’s honestly, to me, not a very appealing matchup.
NBA playoffs: Lakers vs. Suns (5:30 p.m., TNT). Good lord, after that miracle win Thursday, the Lakers can’t lose. I hate them so.