1) “Killer Camp” debut, 8 p.m., CW. Reality shows like surprises, but this goes to an extreme: One camper simply blows up; the camp leader (Bobby Mair) then says one more will be killed each night. Mair is an actor; the others seem to be acting, but the show insists they’re real reality contestants. Chances are, they’ve figured out they won’t really die; they play along, trying to figure which camper is helping the killer. This British transplant is both goofy and gory, but it’s an OK summer distraction.
2) “Labor of Love” finale, 9 p.m., Fox. At 41, Kristy Katzman is looking for someone who’s ready to have a family. After shedding 13 guys, she seems to have two serious ones: Stewart Gill, 40, is CEO of a money-management company in Los Angeles. Kyle Klinger, 38, is a 6-foot-8 volleyball player – in the Air Force and (beginning as a 24-year-old freshman) at the University of Hawaii; he’s a marketing director in Austin, Texas. Tonight, they see her home town (Chicago) and family and she chooses.
3) Comedies, 8-10 p.m., NBC. This has had some changes. The series finale of “Blindspot,” originally set for tonight, has been pushed back a week; reruns of “Superstore” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” fill in, at 9 and 9:30. And at 8, “30 Rock” stars – Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, etc. – have a reunion via social-distancing. It’s a commercial-free hour, NBC says … or maybe it’s all-commercial. It will tout NBC’s shows for now and the fall … and tout Peacock, the streaming mega-network that debuted Wednesday.
4) “Mom,” 9 and 9:30 p.m., CBS. On Wednesday, ABC launched “United We Fall,” with Will Sasso as a struggling dad. Now here’s a rerun of one of his episodes as Jill’s beefy boyfriend, a cop; they double-date with Bonnie and Adam. That’s at 9:30; at 9, Bonnie and Christy react to a friend’s death.
5) “The Bold Type,” 10 p.m., Freeform. A small-town kid of modest means, Sutton went to Penn State, moved to New York … and soared quickly. But now she visits her hometown and falls into familiar patterns. Meanwhile, Jane spots a big story that could hurt Jacqueline, who’s been her mentor.