What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘What’s My Name’ and ‘Still Laugh-In’

A two-part documentary about Muhammad Ali debuts on HBO. And a star-studded tribute to “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” lands on Netflix.

WHAT’S MY NAME: MUHAMMAD ALI (2019) 8 p.m. on HBO; stream on HBO platforms. The director Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day,” “The Magnificent Seven”) has said that this two-part portrait of Muhammad Ali stands apart from previous films because it’s told in Ali’s own words: As archival footage tracks his story — the life-changing fights, his demand for racial equality — the boxer narrates his journey through clips from numerous interviews. The first half recounts his childhood in Louisville, Ky., his beginnings in professional boxing and his conversion to Islam. The second half delves into the matches that defined his career and his travels as a philanthropist and activist. Ali was 74 when he died in 2016.

THE FLASH 8 p.m. on CW. A superhero can never have too many enemies. After Team Flash banded together to defeat Cicada last week, this season finale has Barry facing his archnemesis, Reverse Flash, in an epic showdown. The show has been renewed for a sixth season, and moving forward, it will be led by a different showrunner, Eric Wallace.

FBI 9 p.m. on CBS. In the first season finale of this crime drama series from Dick Wolf (the “Law & Order” franchise), agent OA (Zeeko Zaki) uncovers a huge criminal operation, and Dana (Sela Ward) puts her job in jeopardy.

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