“American Horror Story” returns to FX. And Viceland’s “Dopesick Nation” documents the opioid crisis. “Apocalypse” is a crossover between the show’s first and third seasons, “Murder House” and “Coven”. Audiences had two opportunities to see Vin Diesel flex his acting muscles when this cult sci-fi film opened in February 2000, on the same day as the Wall Street drama “Boiler Room,” which also starred Mr. Diesel. In this first installment of the “Riddick” franchise, Mr. Diesel plays Richard B. Riddick, a prisoner whose spaceship crash-lands on a desert planet inhabited by bloodthirsty flying aliens. This new documentary series explores a far grimmer side of American drug use: the heroin epidemic. CRISIS ON WALL STREET: THE WEEK THAT SHOOK THE WORLD 10 p.m. on CNBC. The Times columnist and CNBC anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin hosts this documentary about the 2008 financial crisis, tracing the fall of Lehman Brothers and interviewing Wall Street executives about the turbulent events. “The crisis was a moment that cleaved our country.”

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