1) Basketball, 9 p.m. ET, ABC, with previews at 8 and 8:30. A couple more points one way and this would be over; Toronto, which had never been in the finals before, would be celebrating its championship. But Steph Curry (shown here) and the Golden State Warriors slipped past the Raptors on Monday, 106-105. Now the series moves to San Francisco; if the Warriors win tonight, things will be back to Toronto for the final game.
2) “A.P. Bio” series finale, 8:30 and 9 p.m., NBC. After two seasons, this so-so comedy departs with two episodes. The first finds Jack dispirited (as usual) during the school’s “Spirit Week.” The second finds his top student willing to help him get his book published … if he helps get her into Harvard.
3) “Baskets” season-opener, 10 p.m., FX. Ostensibly a comedy, this keeps plunging Chip (Zach Galifianakis) into deeper levels of despair. When we last saw him, his mother was getting a marriage proposal at the same time that Penelope – who once married him, to get a green card – was calling to say she was visiting from Paris. Change can be a good thing … unless you’re Chip.
4) “Mom,” 9:01 p.m., CBS. Unlike “Baskets,” this show masters the delicate art of finding solid laughs amid heartfelt tragedy. That comes in handy tonight, when Marjorie’s husband dies and her friends join her for a road trip. That’s part of a strong rerun stretch, preceded by “Big Bang” (Amy frets about the possible impact of a Nobel Prize) and “Young Sheldon”; a new “Life in Pieces” is at 9:30.
5) “iZombie,” 8 p.m., CW. After munching the brain of a slain chef, Liv becomes an unrelenting perfectionist. I t’s a new hour, followed by a new “In the Dark” at 9: Murphy needs a vehicle, so she and Jess can search for Max; they creates fresh trouble by commandeering her parents’ work van.