1) “Mom,” 9 p.m., CBS. Only five episodes remain in this show’s great, eight-year run. For a time (after “Big Bang” left), this was TV’s best comedy. It slipped a tad this season, with Anna Faris (as Christy) leaving; still, it has sharp scripts and one of TV’s great characters. That’s Bonnie, perfectly played by Alison Janney, who has two Emmys in the role … plus five in other roles and an Oscar. Tonight (shown here), after a fairly funny “United States of Al” at 8:30, Bonnie is jealous of Tammy’s success.
2) “The Moodys,” 9:30 p.m., Fox. Sean (Denis Leary) barely tolerates life’s cruel blows, but this goes too far: He’s being demoted on the hockey team his brother coaches. He rages, in a funny episode that includes the aftermath of a kiss (Dan and his mom’s life coach and a near-kiss (Bridget and her cousin).
3) “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay,” 10 p.m., Freeform. When his dad died a year ago, Nicholas (Josh Thomas) was immensely unprepared to care for his two teen half-sisters. Now he’s just as unprepared for this task – expressing his feelings, at his dad’s anniversary memorial service. His boyfriend is ready; so are the girls … but Josh dawdles, in an episode that ranges from gently sweet to mildly funny.
4) “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” 9 p.m., NBC. Just as Benson is linking with Garland to have the police address their racial bias, she faces her own lawsuit from Jayvon Brown. Also, the sister of a civil-rights activist has been allegedly kidnapped by a hate group. That’s followed at 10 by “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” with Stabler and Bell following a major lead.
5) “Rebel,” 10 p.m., ABC. Rebel (Katie Sagal) continues her push against Stonemore Medical, trying to get a former patient to help. She’s working with Cruz (Andy Garcia), who is dealing with a trauma from his past. That follows a “Grey’s Anatomy” (9 p.m.), rooted to recent headlines: Maggie helps someone wounded in the Seattle protests; doctors have a patient who doesn’t believe in COVID.