1) “The Voice,” 8 p.m., NBC. The show slated its first social-distance episode for Monday: After naming which of four people (includings before the finale. Nelson Cade III, shown here) would get the 17th and final spot, it had them all perform, with viewers voting. Here’s the results show, just two week
2) “American Experience: George W. Bush” conclusion, 9-11 p.m., PBS. This begins amid deep trouble: The Iraq war was a quick success, but the post-war hopes crumbled after the envoy fired Iraqi soldiers, police and more. Other crises – Katrina, Wall Street – would tax Bush, but there was also a key turnaround: In the final years of his presidency, Bush took control of Iraq strategy, dug into details and pushed the successful “surge” plan. That’s part of a beautifully balanced and detailed profile.
3) “The Queen at War,” 8 p.m., PBS. In 1940, a German plane dropped five bombs on Buckingham Palace. The king and queen barely eluded death; their 14-year-old daughter – then in Windsor with her younger sister – found her life transformed. For the first time, the royal family was linking with its bomb-shattered countrymen. This is an interesting portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in her teen years. We see her transform from a shy kid to someone who gave speeches and even did pantomime shows
4) “FBI: Most Wanted,” 10 p.m., CBS. The other CBS shows (“NCIS” and “FBI”) had their seasons cut short and are in reruns now. This, however, started at mid-season and still has this new episode. A father and son escaped from a prison transport van and went on a bank-robbing spree. To guess their next action, Jess (Julian McMahon) has to draw on his own personal history.
5) “Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind,” 9-10:45 p.m., HBO, Natalia Zakharenko was a potent force. The daughter of Russian immigrants, she became Natalie Wood; she had her first movie role at 4, her first big role (“Miracle on 34th Street”) at 8, her first Oscar nomination (“Rebel Without a Cause”) at 17. Her daughter, Natalia Gregson Wagner, produced this film, chatting with Wood’s husbands (Robert Wagner, 90, and Richard Gregson. who died in 2019) and friend (Mart Crowley, who died March 7).