Hollywood Game Night 9:30 p.m. on NBC, CTV2 Melodies play a big role in this new episode, as would be expected from the subtitle “Musical Game Night,” with Hunter Hayes and Florida Georgia Line duo Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley among the celebrity players. Ciara, Estelle and Ta’Rhonda Jones also take part in the hour’s various contests, trying to help win $25,000 for one of two everyday citizens. Jane Lynch, who’s won two Emmy Awards for her role here, is the host.
Survivor 9:30 p.m. on NTV, CBS; 12:30
a.m. on GLO As the 32nd season of the competition begins, it’s “Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty” — which actually is the subtitle — as three tribes of six castaways set out to prove which of those traits can be superior when it comes to this contest. Those vying for the win on a Cambodian island range from a military veteran and an emergency-room doctor to a bounty hunter and a “Big Brother” alum (Caleb Reynolds). As usual, Jeff Probst presides over the proceedings.
This Changes Everything
8:30 p.m. on CBC Filmed intermittently over four years, in nine countries on five continents, Avi Lewis’ eye-opening documentary — inspired by Naomi Klein’s international non-fiction best-seller of the same title — presents evocative portraits of communities on the front lines of the fight against climate change. Locations include the Alberta tar sands, a goat ranch in Montana, fiscally challenged Greece and the coast of South India, among others. Klein provides narration for the film.
You, Me and the Apocalypse
9:30 p.m. on NBC
“What Happens to Idiots” is the rather telling title of a new episode that takes Jamie and Dave (Mathew Baynton, Joel Fry) inside a psychiatric hospital, where they hope a certain patient can direct them to Ariel (also played by Baynton). Jude and Celine (Rob Lowe, Gaia Scodellaro) get assistance in seeking a messiah. Spike’s (Fabian McCallum) plan to rejoin Rhonda (Jenna Fischer) backfires. Megan Mullally, Diana Rigg and Kyle Soller also star.
Shark Tank 10:30 p.m. on ABC, CTV2 Plastic bottles may be in the past if a Florida teen environmentalist gets financial backing in this new episode — which also features soap-opera veteran Sarah Buxton, now marketing a swimsuit that offers protection from the sun. Washington, D.C. residents introduce an app related to exercise, and a Texas man pitches a way to determine the cleanliness of a mattress ... or lack thereof. Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner and Barbara Corcoran are among the Sharks.
Jeff Gordon’s Daytona 500
Kickoff Celebration 10:30 p.m. on FOX; 12:30 a.m.
on SPEED One of auto racing’s top events is about to happen, and in preparation for it, this new special unites veteran driver Gordon — now part of the Fox sportscasting team — with celebrities from several disciplines for a related beach bash. NASCAR stars, Fox-series actors and musical guests enjoy a party before the flag drops ... and you also can expect plenty of stats on those who will be in their cars and revving their engines at the starting line the next day.
Must See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows 10:30 p.m. on NBC One of the most esteemed directors of television sitcoms is saluted by stars of many shows he’s guided in this new special. Cast members of “Will & Grace” (of which Burrows directed every episode — nearly 200), “Cheers,” “Taxi,” “Friends,” “Two and a Half Men,” ‘Mike & Molly” and “The Big Bang Theory” offer testimonials to his approach and success. Participants include Jennifer Aniston, Megan Mullally, David Schwimmer, Kaley Cuoco and Sean Hayes.
The Biggest Loser 10:30 p.m. on NBC As the subtitle “Temptation Nation” is put to rest, the competition’s 17th season — the first one in a long time without former host Alison Sweeney — reaches its “Live Finale,” as her successor Bob Harper names the winner of the contest and the top cash prize, $250,000. The episode is a recap of sorts of what the contestants have been through, especially since all 16 of them are reunited here. True to the show’s theme, they all have their final weigh-ins.