1) “NCIS,” 9 p.m., CBS. So a guy wakes up with no idea what happened – or why there’s a dead body next to him. Versions of that story have been on “X-Files” and “Law & Order” and even on a previous “NCIS” episode; now here’s a slight variation: Torres (Wilmer Valderrama, shown here) wakes up on a blood-splattered fishing boat, with no memory of the past 12 hours. It’s a rerun, as “NCIS” (which had a rare pre-emption last week) moves into its summer spot at 9.
2) “Good Trouble,” 8 p.m., Freeform. For Gael Martinez, life is already complicated: He’s handsome, bisexual, a gifted artist with activist instincts. More complicated is the life of his former older brother, who is now his older sister Jazmin. She’s never had a quinceanera (the Latina 15th-birthday tradition), because she hadn’t yet transitioned. Now Gael and others plan a “doble quince” as she turns 30.
3) “Modern Family,” 9 and 10 p.m., ABC. In the first rerun, Phil is desperate to retain the students in his real-estate class; if anyone else drops out, it will be canceled. In the second, Cam wants to reconnect with his country roots.
4) “Spider-Man 3” (2007, Syfy) or “The Amazing Spider-Man” (2012, FX), 8 p.m. Just five years after the Spidey trilogy – with Sam Raimi directing Tobey Maguire – concluded, things re-started. This time, it was Marc Webb directing Andrew Garfield. If you switch back and forth, your brain might explode.
5) And more. The week surrounding July 4 tends to be slow, so networks cut back; “Pose,” for instance, gets the week off. You could try the second season of “The Simple Heist,” which just arrived on www.acorn.tv; it’s a smart crime tale, but it’s a six-parter that evolves slowly, in Swedish, with sub-titles. Or catch silent, sci-fi classics on Turner Classic Movies – Georges Melies’ 13-minute “A Trip to the Moon” (1902) at 8 p.m. ET, then Fritz Lang’s visually spectacular “Metropolis” (1927) at 8:30.