1) “The Titan Games” finale, 8 p.m., NBC. “Titan” (shown here) has already found its winners, male and female, from its three regions. Now they compete, with one of each eliminated. That leaves two men and two women to reach Mount Olympus and go for the championships.
2) “Surviving Jeffrey Epstein,” 9-11 p.m., Lifetime. On Sunday, this documentary described the billionaire’s schemes to have sex with girls as young as 14 and 13, That reruns at 7 p.m., followed by the conclusion – punishment (albeit delayed) and apparent suicide for Epstein and survival and new lives for his young victims.
3) “The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons – Ever!” 8-11 p.m., ABC. In its 24 editions, “Bachelor” has produced only three marriages … and two of them came when the guy dumped his original choice and married the runner-up. Here’s the first of those: Jason Mesnick, a real-estate agent and a divorced dad, was “Bachelorette” runner-up. He got his own “Bachelor” domain, proposed … then changed his mind.
4) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. This might confuse viewers. After taking them through most of the season via reruns, the show jumps back to the seventh episode. That’s when Bob hired Abishola – the hospital nurse he loves – to help his mother recover from a stroke.
5) “The Other One,” any time, www.acorn.tv. This isn’t the surprise party you want, what with the surprisee dropping dead. Nor the funeral you want, with the discovery that he had a mistress and a second daughter. Both are named Catherine Walcott, which is roughly the only thing they have in common. One is precises, tenuous and upset at her fiance; the other is none of those. The wife and mistress are just as different, in a show that’s sometimes broad, sometimes subtle, but often very funny.