1) U.S. Gymnastics Championships, 8-10 p.m., NBC. After three nights on cable, the event jumps to NBC for its finish; this is the women’s championship, the key part for American viewers. This often showcases future Olympic stars; past winners include Simone Biles, five times; Shawn Johnson and Jordyn Wieber (shown here) twice each; Dominique Dawes; and Mary Lou Retton. Now we’ll see another champion — a year before the Olympics.
2) “Teen Choice Awards,” 8-10 p.m., Fox. Lucy Hale hosts, along with digital star David Dobrik, plus lots of music. Bazzi does the summer anthem “Paradise”; OneRepublic does “Rescue Me” and a medley of past hits. There’s Blanco Brown with “The Git Up” … Mabel with “Don’t Call Me Up” … and Jordan McGraw and Sarah Hyland with “Met at a Party.” Lil Nas X performs and HRVY links wih CNCO. Then there are the awards, including special ones for Taylor Swift and the Jonas Brothers.
3) “Instinct,” 9 p.m., CBS. In the first hour, a powerful public-relations person was killed; naturally, this spurs an investigation of the erotic underworld. In the second, Dylan and Lizzie probe the murder of a figure-skater who was an Olympic prospect. And in both, Julian – Dylan’s hacking whiz — is jolted by the return of a love from the past.
4) “Grantchester” season-finale, 9 p.m., PBS. “Be kind,” the village vicar says, “for everyone you know is fighting a battle you know nothing about.” His own battle involves his father’s death amid financial chaos. His housekeeper left because of his assistant’s homosexuality. His police friend shows rage, triggered by troubles at home. And in the midst of this, a teen has died. It’s an overstuffed hour with some flaws, but wraps up everything – including the police case – quite well.
5) ALSO: One premium-cable show starts its season and another ends. At 9 p.m. (rerunning at 10) is HBO’s “Succession”; in the aftermath of his sister’s chaotic wedding, Kendall tries to make amends for his corporate takeover attempt. That repeats at 10 – which is when “The Loudest Voice” concludes: Roger Ayles’ career is shattered, just as his candidate (Donald Trump) becomes president.