1) “The Bachelorette,” 8-10:01 p.m., ABC. It’s time for Hannah Brown (shown here) to visit the home towns and meet the families of the final four. And that means mostly staying close to her Southern roots: She’s 24, a former Miss Alabama. Luke Parker, 24, an import/export manager, is from Georgia … Jed Wyatt, 25, a singer/songwriter, is from Tennessee … Tyler Cameron, 26, a contractor, is from Florida … and Peter Weber, 27, a pilot, is from California.
2) “American Experience: Chasing the Moon,” 9-11 p.m., PBS. Over the next two weeks, we’ll get a cascade of films about the moon landing (50 years ago on July 20). But this is the most elaborate, Sprawling across three days (through Wednesday) and six hours, it is sometimes way too slow, but has its fascinating moments. In the opener, Americans see Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev as their mortal enemy. Key insights come from his son Sergei, 84 – an American citizen who taught at Brown.
3) “Antiques Roadshow,” 8 p.m., PBS. The three “Chasing the Moon” episodes will each have space-themed lead-ins. That starts here, with memorabilia that includes NASA programs, autographed photos, a “Star Trek” script snd even a 1737 celestial atlas.
4) “The Neighborhood,” 8 and 8:30 p.m., CBS. When “Love Island” arrives Tuesday, everything will change: By next week, CBS’ summer line-up will have zero comedies. So we might as well catch these final ones, starting with Calvin hosting a memorial service for a neighbor no one seemed to like.
5) “Grand Hotel,” 10:01 p.m., ABC. Santiago, the hotel owner, frets when an old friend of his wife checks in. Meanwhile, Danny digs deeper into his sister’s disappearance, with Jason helping.