1) “POV: The Vote,” 9-11 p.m., PBS; concludes Tuesday. Back in 1848, 300 women convened to push for the vote; it would be a long push. “I have struggled for 60 years for just a little justice,” Susan B. Anthony said later, “and will die without securing it.” She died, at 86, in 1906; 14 years later, her cause finally succeeded. As the 100th anniversary (Aug. 26) approaches, this four-hour documentary views the long struggle, one with protests, arrests, hunger strikes, righteous rage and belated victory. (The scene here, not from the series, shows Hilary Swank as activist Alice Paul in “Iron Jawed Angels.”)
2) “The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons – Ever!” 8-11 p.m., ABC. Here’s the first “Bachelor” (Alex Michel), the first “Bachelorette” (Trista Rehn,, shown here) and a life lesson: Let the women choose. It took 13 seasons for “Bachelor” to make a marriage; “Bachelorette” got it the first time. “Bachelor” has had three marriages in 24 seasons – two marrying the runner-up, not the first choice. “Bachelorette” has had four in 14 seasons, plus two current engagements, one only waiting for a post-COVID wedding.
3) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. Two terrific storylines fill up this excellent rerun. One has Dottie’s children pushing her to make a will. The other focuses on the talented Gina Yashere, who helped create the show; she plays Abishola’s friend, suddenly caught in a lie.
4) “High School Musical” (2006), 7 p.m., Disney Channel. Maybe it’s time for a fun double-feature. The sequel (2007) is at 8:45; both had Kenny Ortega skillfully directing a talented young cast. For an animated double feature, catch “Despicable Me” and its sequel (2010, 2013) at 7 and 9 on Freeform.
5) “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” 11:35 p.m., ABC. With Kimmel on vacation this summer, Anthony Anderson is the guest host today and Tuesday. There should be a topical feel: Tonight, he has Tracee Ellis Ross (who stars with him in “Black-ish”) and Muriel Bowser, the Washington, D.C., mayor. On Tuesday is D.L. Hughley, disgnosed with COVID after collapsing onstage, and racer Bubba Wallace.