Celebrity Family Feud / 8:00pm (7) Survey says: The third season of the game show begins here, with Steve Harvey — who also has his “Funderdome” series premiering later in the evening — continuing as host. The first contest of the hour pits two female superstars, singer Kelly Clarkson and comedian Amy Schumer, and their families against each other.
The 71st Annual Tony Awards / 8:00pm (13) Broadway honors its best of the past theater season in the yearly ceremony, presented from New York’s Radio City Music Hall and hosted by past Tony winner Kevin Spacey. It’s been another season of star power on the Great White Way, from Sally Field (“The Glass Menagerie”) to Danny DeVito (“The Price”), and there’s even been some suspense: Nominee Andy Karl injured his knee just before the opening of the musical based on the Bill Murray movie “Groundhog Day.”
American Grit / 9:00pm (5) WWE icon John Cena returns with a new season of this competition in “Find Your Grit,” leading 17 contenders through grueling challenges while they’re advised by “The Cadre,” military veterans who certainly put the players through their paces — and then some.
Those vying for the $250,000 grand prize participate both as individuals and team members, and as with the show’s original round, expect the proceedings to be infused with a big dose of patriotism.
Steve Harvey’s Funderdome / 9:00pm (7) With “Little Big Shots,” “Celebrity Family Feud” and his weekday talk show, Harvey has had no shortage of television time lately. He adds to it again with the premiere of this Mark Burnett-produced spin on Burnett’s own “Shark Tank,” as two entrepreneurs present their ideas for new products or services — and the studio audience votes on which should get funding. However, a contender can opt to “cash out” for a lesser prize before host Harvey reveals the winner.
Kevin Spacey hosts the 71st Annual Tony Awards on CBS.