Chicago Fire / 8:00pm (4) As the title “One Hundred” suggests, the series marked its 100th episode with this tale, which also commemorates the one-century anniversary of Molly’s — possibly, since Herrmann (David Eigenberg) initially has doubts about throwing a big celebration for the occasion. Casey and Dawson (Jesse Spencer, Monica Raymund) hit a roadblock in trying. 90th Annual Scripps National
Spelling Bee / 8:30pm (ESPN) For the 24th consecutive year, ESPN provides live coverage of the final round of this national spelling competition for students ages 5-15, from the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md., near Washington, D.C. Officials have implemented a few procedural challenges in this year’s competition, aiming to minimize the chance that it will end in a tie. Love
Connection / 9:00pm (5) Andy Cohen continues his role as host of the new reboot of this series with “Episode Two,” as several more single people are sent on blind dates, then return to tell the famously inquisitive Cohen and a studio audience if they made a ”love connection” ... or not. Cohen has said he was weaned on the original, Chuck Woolery-hosted version of the program, and his own brand of questioning (which he honed on “Watch What Happens Live”) gives this edition a twist.
The Amazing Race / 10:00pm (13) Chicago is the end point for the remaining teams as the competition’s 29th season concludes with “We’re Going to Victory Lane.” Wrigley Field and many of the city’s other famous sites are not only tourist attractions for the competitors, they also factor into the challenges in relevant ways — and will help determine who ends up with the $1 million grand prize. At the hour’s end, host Phil Keoghan pronounces who the victors are.