1) “The Moodys,” 9 and 9:30 p.m., Fox; concludes Tuesday. As the Moodys (shown here) gathered for the holidays, lives were askew. Sean has cancer. Sean Jr. has job woes; his sister Bridget has cheated on her husband. And their brother Dan? He’s a nice guy who keeps bumbling his life. He broke up with Amy, sent her some plaintive texts, then fell for his friend’s girlfriend. Now Amy has suddenly arrived, ready to join the family and its carolling party. It’s a fine (and sometimes quite funny) mess he’s in.
2) “Batwoman,” 8 p.m., CW. The Earth is in jeopardy yet again, so superheroes have converged. This gets crowded: We see two people who have played Superman (Tyler Hoechlin, who does it here, and Brandon Routh, who did it in a movie and is now Ray and The Atom.) And we see two who have played The Flash (Grant Gustin, who does it now, and John Wesley Shipp, who did it in 1990). CW will continue the story Tuesday on “The Flash” … then will leave the Earth in limbo until Jan. 14.
3) “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. There are still eight singers — three with John Legend, two each with Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson, one with Gwen Stefani – but half will soon be gone. Tonight, they perform duets from the ’80s and viewers vote; on Tuesday, we’ll learn who’s in the final four for next week’s two-day finale.
4) “Making It,” 10:01 p.m., NBC; concludes Tuesday and 9-11 p.m. Wednesday. Now for an essential task: These crafters are told to turn bland cubicles into splendid spaces. This fun show also has them decorating cakes … which sort of fits into the night. There are competitions involving yard decorations (8 and 9 p.m., ABC), gift-wrapping (9 and 10 p.m., Freeform), holiday baking (8 and 9 p.m., Food Network) and Christmas cookies (10 p.m., Food).
5) “The Heart Guy,” any time, www.acorn.tv. Romance has been tough on these brothers lately. Matt Knight’s wife, Charley, decided she doesn’t want kids; she fled. Dr. Hugh Knight’s lover did have a baby; then she fled without her. Now the clinic has a potential buyer; it also has a probationary doctor who shares Hugh’s bad habits. The plot twists involving local politics are clumsy, but the medical and personal scenes are first-rate. In pretty settings, a gifted guy semi-sabotages a lucky life.