1) “The Bachelorette” opener, 8-10 p.m., ABC. After finishing seventh on “The Bachelor,” Hannah Brown gets a quick promotion: She’s in charge, with 30 guys to choose from. Brown is 24, a former Miss Alabama USA; the men range from 23 to 33. Some have serious jobs (two are pilots); others include a singer, a surfer, a pro golfer and a guy who plays pro basketball overseas. There’s also a political consultant, an unemployed guy and “Chicago’s Box King.”
2) “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. The big reality shows are wrapping up now. “Voice” has eight singers left and will dump half of them Tuesday, setting up its May 20-21 finale. Also coming up – the finales of “Survivor” on Wednesday and “American Idol” on Sunday.
3) Comedy, everywhere. Three days before the “Big Bang Theory” finale, CBS gives us some funny reruns: At 8 p.m., Sheldon sees Howard break the law; at 8:30, Leonard is asked to be the sperm donor for the wife of Penny’s ex-boyfriend. And eight days before ABC’s live special, GetTV starts an “All in the Family” marathon; it has six episodes each night, through Friday, from 7-10 p.m. ET. Then, at 10 p.m. ET, the second half of State of the Union starts with a witty, 10-minute episode.
4) “The Code,” 9 p.m., CBS. Amid several rather flat stories, one does pack some passion. That finds the colonel (Dana Delany) desperate for word about her son, who’s been missing in action. For once, Delany – a two-time Emmy-winner for “China Beach” — can escape her character’s stoic image.
5) “Line of Duty,” any time, www.acorn.tv. Twice, “Duty” has been nominated as the best British drama series. It’s new season (its fifth) is taut and smart, with a major surprise late in the first hour. It also, alas, has some exceptionally difficult accents. Plan to pay extra attention.