1) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. As Valentine week begins, this terrific show makes a quick detour. Last Monday, Bob was bitter when his mom resumed control of the company, with Abishola (her nurse, his loved one) as her assistant. He quit the job and the romance and had a drunken spree with a forklift. Now, cleaned up, he takes Abishola to dinner (shown here) … and is ready to say he loves her.
2) “Independent Lens,” 10 p.m., PBS (check local listings). Now for a different view of romance: China’s one-child policy, this film says, created a country with 30 million more men than women; it also seemed to put a pressure on women to marry. This films follows three of them – a professor, a lawyer and a radio host – as they struggle with dating, careers and more.
3) “The Bachelor,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. Peter Weber is now close to choosing the final four women and visiting their families. For now, he takes six to Lima, where dates range from a Peruvian fishing village to a wild ATV ride through the mountains.
4) “Stagecoach” (1939) and “True Grit” (1969), 8 and 9:45 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. Separated by three decades, here are two of John Wayne’s best-known westerns. He won an Academy Award in the ‘69 film; Thomas Mitchell won one in the ‘39 one. “Stagecoach” was also nominated for best picture, but that was the year of “Gone With the Wind,” “The Wizard of Oz” and more.
5) “Agatha Raisin & the Deadly Dance,” any time, www.acorn.tv. When Agatha (Ashley Jensen) moved from London to a little English village, she brought flair, flash … and some of the brightest-colored clothes in the United Kingdom. Now she also has a detective agency, currently working on a missing-dog case. Then, of course, something big happens. This is the first of three weekly movies; the mystery plots are so-so, but they’re partly salvaged by the goofy charm of Agatha and friends.