DON’T MISS: “The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2020 Inductions” — Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no star-studded jams at the hall of fame museum in Cleveland this time around. Instead, the taped special will be stuffed with interviews, testimonials and performance footage that honor the 2020 inductees by highlighting their contributions to music and the impact they had on a generation of artists who followed them. This year’s six honorees include The Doobie Brothers, Depeche Mode, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G. and T-Rex. Also included: a tribute to guitar hero Eddie Van Halen, who died in early October after a long battle with cancer. (8 p.m. Saturday, HBO).
SUNDAY: “Virus Hunters” is a timely hourlong special that reveals the chilling stories of heroic scientific researchers who are racing to prevent the next global disaster. Epidemiologist-ecologist Dr. Christopher Golden and ABC News foreign correspondent James Longman travel the globe to meet with various experts. (9 p.m., National Geographic Channel).
SUNDAY: Hugh Laurie returns to our TV screens in the political drama series “Roadkill.” A “Masterpiece” production, it has him playing a scheming British government minister who gets mired in a pair of family scandals that could derail his career. (9 p.m., PBS).
SUNDAY: As Election Day nears, “Race in America: Our Vote Counts” delivers a roundtable discussion that examines how the Black vote appears to be more crucial — and powerful — than ever before. Also included: a look at how local elections can play an important role in changing the system. (10 p.m., Bravo).
MONDAY: On the Season 4 premiere of “The Good Doctor,” we learn that Dr. Shaun Murphy and the team at San Jose St. Bonaventure are no different from their real-life counterparts. They’re struggling through a COVID-19 pandemic that is taking a toll on them both personally and professionally. (10 p.m., ABC).
TUESDAY: Will it be a long and bumpy night? Television’s political pundits will be out in full force as the broadcast networks, cable news networks and PBS follow the presidential election and other key races across America. (Check local listings).
WEDNESDAY: Season 12 of “American Ninja Warrior” may have been shortened due to the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean the title will be any less coveted. After a grueling bracket-style showdown, our winner will be crowned tonight. (9 p.m., NBC).
THURSDAY: In the Season 4 premiere of “Young Sheldon,” our little brainiac has a breakdown after graduating from high school. Apparently, he realizes he may not be ready for college. (8 p.m., CBS).
THURSDAY: Thomas Middleditch and Annaleigh Ashford star in the new sitcom “B Positive.” He’s a single dad in desperate need of a kidney, and she’s a rough-around-the-edges woman from his past who volunteers her own. Is it the beginning of a beautiful relationship? (8:30 p.m., CBS).
FRIDAY: In the TV film “The Christmas Yule Log,” a grinchy travel writer (Sara Canning) reluctantly goes to cover a holiday parade in a small New Mexico town. There, she meets a handsome music teacher (Zak Santiago) who apparently lights her fire. (8 p.m., Lifetime).
SATURDAY: The documentary series “AMC Visionaries: Eli Roth’s History of Horror” continues with an hour devoted to “Chilling Children” — youthful characters in scary movies who give us the creeps. Among the films spotlighted are “The Exorcist,” “Carrie,” “The Bad Seed” and “Hereditary.” (10 p.m., AMC).