Young rock (NBC at 8) Ata and Rocky go through problems in their marriage while trying to survive Nashville in 1987.
Sir. Major (NBC at 8:30) Jayden’s Western-themed murder mystery party is Mikaela’s opportunity to find out the real mystery about what’s going on between her and James.
FBI: International (CBS at 9 a.m.) A river cruise shooting on the Danube with no clear motive causes the team to investigate the case in Vienna.
Naomi (CW at 9) Naomi’s revelation about Greg and Jens’ true identity sends her further down a rabbit hole of questions of who has told her the truth all along.
This is us (NBC 9 p.m.) Kevin’s personal affairs take a dramatic turn the night before Kate’s wedding.
FBI: Most wanted (CBS 10 a.m.) When a man in witness protection ends up dead, the search for his killer leads to more questions than answers.
Front line (PBS at 10 a.m.) Second part of a study by major oil companies that have stoned for progressive actions against climate change.
Mayans MC (FX at 10) EZ meets a service to get Santo Padre back in the game.
In Amsterdam (NBC 10:01 p.m.) A heady evening in the city still leaves some unresolved questions and feelings for the team.
Help! I’m in a secret relationship (MTV 9 p.m.) Travis Mills and Rahne Jones host this new reality series where people reveal their own attempts.
Judge Steve Harvey (ABC at 8 p.m.) The two-hour-long season finale sees Steve take on cases involving a son who is furious at his mother for throwing out a rare collectible, and a woman whose former best friend has damaged her scalp and allegedly caused her hair loss.
Steve Harvey will never run out of ideas
To tell the truth (ABC at 10 a.m.) Celebrity panelists in the season finale include Cynthia Erivo, Donald Faison and Iliza Shlesinger.
David Spade: Nothing personal (Netflix) The veteran comedian makes his Netflix debut with a stand-up special from Minneapolis.
Preaching Evil: A Wife on the Run with Warren Jeffs (Peacock) A new documentary series follows the miserable tale of Warren Jeffs, a polygamous cult leader.
Show / Fallon tonight (NBC at 11:34) Elisabeth Moss, Rhett & Link, Lauv.
Jimmy Kimmel live (ABC at 11:35) Rebel Wilson, Randy Rainbow.
Late Late Show / Corden (CBS at 12:37) Ray Romano, Brooklyn Decker, Joy Downer.
Late Night / Meyers (NBC at 12:37) Oscar Isaac, Zazie Beetz, Phil Wang, Fred Eltringham.