DON'T MISS: "Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince" — Maya Rudolph hosts, and also performs, in this tribute concert that celebrates the pop superstar on the four-year anniversary of his death. An eclectic lineup of artists gathered to perform hits from Prince's renown catalog, including Beck, Gary Clark Jr., Common, Earth, Wind, & Fire, Foo Fighters, H.E.R., Juanes, John Legend, Chris Martin, Morris Day and The Time, Sheila E., St. Vincent, Mavis Staples, Miguel, the Revolution, and Usher. Also appearing: FKA Twigs, Fred Armisen, Jimmy Jam, Misty Copeland and Naomi Campbell. (8 p.m. Tuesday, CBS)


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TUESDAY: "Accused: Guilty or Innocent?" is a new documentary series that follows court cases solely from the perspective of a person charged with a series crime. In the opener, a man shoots his wife and it's caught on their home security camera. Was it self-defense or murder? (9 p.m., A&E).


WEDNESDAY: To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, you might want to check out "Climate Change — The Facts." Scientists explore the impact of global warming and what we can do to prevent further damage. (7 p.m., PBS).


WEDNESDAY: "Jane Goodall: The Hope" presents an intimate portrait of the remarkable woman who became a global icon in animal welfare and conservation. Included: an extensive collection of photographs and footage that spans over seven decades and celebrates her legacy. (8 p.m., National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild and Nat Geo Mundo).


THURSDAY: Well, this should be different. Bowing to shelter-in-place edicts, the 2020 NFL Draft will see teams making their picks from remote locations and commissioner Roger Goodell introducing the picks from his home. (7 p.m. ABC, ESPN and NFL Network).


THURSDAY: Break out the wigs and heavy makeup. "We're Here" is a new unscripted series that follows three renown drag queens as they trek to small towns and recruit local residents to perform in elaborate, one-night-only drag shows. First stop: Gettysburg, Pa. (8 p.m., HBO).


FRIDAY: Chris Evans and Michelle Dockery head the cast of "Defending Jacob." It's a limited series that unfolds around a shocking crime and follows an assistant district attorney who finds himself torn between his duty to uphold justice, and his unconditional love for his son. (Apple TV+).


SATURDAY: Inspired by true events, the cable film "Bad Education" follows Frank Tassone (Hugh Jackman) and Pam Gluckin (Allison Janney), who reign over an esteemed Long Island school. But when an embezzlement scheme surfaces that threatens to destroy all they've built, Frank is forced to maintain order and secrecy — by whatever means necessary. (7 p.m., HBO).