1) “CMT Crossroads” (shown here), 10 p.m., CMT. Here are gifted stars with opposite roots: Kelsea Ballerini grew up on a farm near Knoxville and sang in church. Halsey is a city kid from New Jersey; she had some rough years and homelessness in Manhattan. But they’re similar in age (26 and 25 respectively) and in the ability to propel emotion. A sampling of this concert hour shows great duets on Halsey’s “Graveyard” and on Ballerini’s “Homecoming Queen.”
2) “The Big Interview,” 8 p.m. ET, AXS. This rerun, like the CMT special, reminds us that passionate music can easily blend country and pop. In a 2014 interview, Kenny Rogers (who died Friday at 81) talks to Dan Rather about his extraordinary career, which went from doo-wop to jazz to folk and then to country, blending with Lionel Ritchie, Dolly Parton, Sheena Easton and more.
3) “Modern Family,” 9 p.m., ABC. With two episodes left – one on April 1, two on April 8 – the show pauses to rerun its season-opener. Haley tries to follow her parenting books, but her own parents keep trying to intervene. Also, Manny hopes to win back his ex-girlfriend while directing Jay’s commercial.
4) “The Masked Singer,” 8 p.m., Fox. After tonight, the show will have its nine semi-finalists. Already set are three each from Groups A and B; only one more need by sifted form C. Last week, judges dumped and unmasked Bella Thorne, who has sometimes been a professional singer. (She was 12 when she linked with Zendaya for “Fashion is My Kryptonite,”) A week earlier, they eliminated Sarah Palin, who hasn’t been a pro singer … but was once fairly close to being leader of the free world.
5) “Some Like It Hot” (1959), 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. Here’s the one that the American Film Institute lists as the funniest movie ever. And if you’re not looking for laughs? “Straight Outta Compton” (2015) is 7 p.m. on FXX; zooming vehicles are elsewhere: “Speed” (1994) is 11:30 a.m. on AMC; “Baby Driver” and “The Fate of the Furious” (both 2017) are 4:30 and 7 p.m. on FX.