1) “Superstore” series finale, 8-9 p.m., NBC. For six seasons, this has been a likable (if inconsistent) view of the rag-tag workers at a big-box store. Now the chain plans to close most of its stores; at corporate headquarters, Amy (America Ferrera, shown here in a previous episode) tries to help her former colleagues. They want to make this a “perfect store” – not easy when random body parts are found (again). There are some fairly funny moments (as usual) … and then “Superstore” has a terrific finish, giving viewers just what they’ve wanted.
2) More comedy, CBS. On a night when NBC has the comedy spotlight, CBS settles for reruns. That’s “Young Sheldon” at 8 p.m.; “B Positive” (Gina tries to cheer up Drew with a party for his dialysis pals) at 8:30; “Mom” (from last season, when Christy was still there, double-dating with Tammy), at 9; and, tentatively, a transplanted episode of the delightful “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” at 9:30.
3) “For Real: The Story of Reality TV” debut, 9 p.m., E. It all seemed harmless enough, when MTV debuted “The Real World” in the summer of 1992. A decade later, the surge began with Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, the Osbournes and then a cascade of “housewives” and Kardashians and such. Now Andy Cohen hosts a seven-parter that has original Real-Worlders (Norman Korpi, Eric Nies, Heather B. Gardner), plus everyone from Richard Hatch to Omarosa Newman and Mama June Shannon.
4) “Lawrence of Arabia” (1962) and “My Fair Lady” (1964), 4 and 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. In contrast to cheap reality shows, here are two epics. “My Fair Lady” was slightly flawed by casting a non-singer (Audrey Hepburn, with the songs dubbed) in a musical. Still, it’s a classic. Combined, these two films had 22 Academy Award nominations and 15 wins, including, for each, best picture.
5) “A Million Little Things,” 10 p.m., ABC. Problems – some COVID-related, many not – swirl through this hour. Regina faces tough decisions to keep her new restaurant open during lockdown … Maggie may have said too much on her podcast … and Eddie struggles to hide the drug addiction that began with pain-killers, after the accident that left him paraplegic.