Dogs of War (10 p.m., A&E) - A new series that chronicles military veterans with PTSD and the service dogs that help them. In each episode, one veteran is matched with a dog adopted from a shelter and trained in rehabilitation through the work of Paws and Stripes, a group founded by Iraq veteran Jim Stanek and his wife Lindsey. If you can watch an hour of television about a veteran struggling to regain some normalcy in his life and an abandoned shelter dog and not shed many, many tears, then I don’t care to know you.
Also on tonight . . .
Finding Your Roots (8 p.m ., UNC-TV) - Henry Louis Gates Jr. helps Sally Field, Deepak Chopra and Sting learn about their roots. Sting discovers that his ancestors built merchant ships and worked in coal mines in England and suffered through Dickensian-like poverty.
The Flash (8 p.m ., CW) - A bomb explodes downtown and the army, led by General Eiling, comes in and takes over the investigation, much to Joe’s dismay.
Navy SEALs: Their Untold Story (9 p.m., UNC-TV) - This documentary tells the history of the U.S. Navy SEALs, a special-ops force that began during World War II, when it played a major role in the Normandy invasion. Featured: previously unseen footage and home movies, along with interviews with former SEALs.
The Mindy Project (9:30 p.m., Fox) - Annette’s shoplifting habit changes Mindy’s mind about taking someone else’s things.
Person of Interest (10 p.m., CBS) - Shaw risks detection by the Samaratin when she joins a team of international thieves to monitor the next person of interest.
Chrisley Knows Best (10 p.m., USA) - The Chrisley’s, who filed a $45 million bankruptcy claim in 2012, fly from Atlanta to Los Angeles to get haircuts.