1) “The Bachelor: The Greatest Season – Ever!” 8-11 p.m., ABC. This week, TV notes the shows that transformed its summers. On Tuesday, NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” celebrates its 15th anniversary; on Wednesday, CBS’ “Big Brother” celebrates its 20th year (and 22nd edition) by starting its second “all-star” edition. And here’s a look at “Bachelorette,” which has been a summertime show for the past dozen years. Tonight looks back at Ali Fedotowsky (sh0wn here), in the summer of 2010.
2) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. With its droll dialog and sharp performances, “Bob” can get big laughs from two people talking. This rerun, however, offers its largest look so far: Bob isn’t much of a churchgoers; Abishola is. Tonight, he reluctantly visits her turf.
3) “POV: Chez Jolie Coiffure,” 10 p.m., PBS (check local listings). Like “Bob,” this is about African immigrants; unlike “Bob,” it’s a documentary with a stern story. In a tiny hair salon in Brussels, we meet a woman who describes her six-year immigration ordeal – but describes it as if it happened to someone else. This is a demanding show, with sub-titles, poor sound and picture and little effort to tell us what’s going on. If you can get past that, you’ll find an involving story about a likable person.
4) “Ghostbusters” (1984), 8 p.m., AMC. It’s time to re-visit some fun moments in the 1980s. “Ferris Bueller” (1986) is at 5:30, followed by “Ghostbusters” at 8 and “Ghostbusters II” (1989) at 10:30. Those last two proved that movies can mix clever comedy and big special effects.
5) “Dunkirk” (2017), 8 p.m., Paramount. As a director, Christopher Nolan succeeded spectacularly; this war film won three Oscars (all in techical categories) and was nominated for five more, including best picgture and director. But as a screenwriter … well, Nolan failed to include a solid story. These days, you don’t always need one; “Dunkirk” made $525 million worldwide.