1 The Bachelorette
9 p.m. on (ABC-B)
You know the end of this series’ season is coming when the “The Men Tell All” edition is shown, and indeed, the finale airs next Monday — but first, it’s time for suitors already sent packing by Kaitlyn Bristowe to get their final shots in. Host Chris Harrison may have to play referee more than usual, since there was much discord among the fellows who all came into the dating show hoping to be the last one standing. In other words, sparks are bound to fly here.
2 So You Think You Can Dance
9 p.m. on (CTV) (FOX-R)
The results of viewers having a voice become known for the first time this season in the new episode “Top 20 Perform and Elimination,” as the 20 stage and street dancers who got to this point of the competition show their stuff. However, they all won’t be here next week, since the tabulation of America’s voting reveals who’s being sent home. Judges Paula Abdul, Jason Derulo and Nigel Lythgoe also give their views. Cat Deeley is the host.
3 2 Broke Girls
9 p.m. on (CBS-B)
“Rhoda” herself, veteran television talent Valerie Harper, guest stars in “And the Great Unwashed.” She plays a customer of Max and Caroline (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs), who are surprised to learn she’s a celebrated photographer. That’s not all she’s kept under wraps, as the waitresses soon discover. Garrett Morris and Matthew Moy also star.
4 Mike & Molly
9:30 p.m. on (CBS-B)
If you’re dieting, when is it OK to let loose a little and indulge in something you crave? Mike (Billy Gardell) struggles with the question in “Pie Fight,” as he hits a weightloss goal and makes the dicey for-decision to go for a piece of pie. The next question is, can — and will — he be able to stop at just one? Melissa McCarthy, Reno Wilson and Nyambi Nyambi also star.
10 p.m. on (CBS-B)
Music is a major matter in “Risky Business,” to the degree that Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi and Cliff “Method Man” Smith guest star. Their characters figure into the team’s probe of a music blogger’s murder, leading to an algorithm that yields hit songs. Walter (Elyes Gabel) is in a tough spot when he’s asked by Drew (guest star Brendan Hines) to be the latter’s conduit to Ralph (Riley B. Smith).
6 NCIS: Los Angeles
10:59 p.m. on (CBS-B)
Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and his team embark on a desperate citywide search after learning that someone from their past has marked one of them for death in “The 3rd Choir.” Elsewhere, operational psychologist Nate Getz (Peter Cambor, in his recurring role) tries to help Nell (Renee Felice Smith) recover from her trauma. Gerald McRaney, Jurgen Prochnow and John Heard also guest star.
7 Murder in the First
11 p.m. on (BVO)
The truth about Inspector Navarro (Lombardo Boyar) leads Terry and Hildy (Taye Diggs, Kathleen Robertson) to Mexico, while an angry Suger (Mo McRae) prepares for war. Jamie (Laila Robins) uncovers a painful event from Dustin’s (Mateus Ward) childhood, and Raffi’s (Emmanuelle Chriqui) investigation takes an unexpected turn in the new episode “State of the Union.”