1) “Power of Women: The Comedians,” 8 p.m., Lifetime. In previous years, this has focused on movie stars and singers. Now it honors six masters of TV comedy. Half started on “Saturday Night Live” – Kate McKinnon (shown here), Maya Rudolph and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. So did two people (Aidy Bryant and Bowen Yang) doing interviews, plus Tina Fey, who presents a tribute to the original “SNL” star, Gilda Radner. Also honored: Sofia Vergara and two writer-producer-stars, Mindy Kaling and Michaela Coel.
2) “Finding Dory” (2016), 8-10 p.m., ABC. Now that “American Idol” has become Sundays-only, ABC has a five-Monday stretch of cartoon movies. This is the second one, a “Finding Nemo” sequel. Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) heads in search of her family, joined by Marlin (Albert Brooks) and Nemo.
3) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. This increasingly terrific show is a week from its season-finale. With her son spending the summer in Nigeria, Abishola has time on her hands. Other people – Bob, Gloria, Kemi – try to remind her of abput the concept of having fun.
4) “The Crime of the Century,” 9-11 p.m., HBO; concludes Tuesday. That title usually refers to a murder case. In this case, filmmaker Alex Gibney considers it a multiple-murder – drug companies pushing OxyContin and others, as a national opioid addiction grew.
5) “Blinded – Those Who Kill,” any time, www.acorn.tv. Following up on a previous mini-series, this gives us a skilled criminal profiler. Taking time off from her regular job, she moves to another town to help a friend whose son was killed five years earlier. This eight-part Danish mini-series (with English sub-titles) is done with subtle skill, but some people will find it too nasty and many will find it too slow. Fortunately, today is also when Acorn has the last hour of a terrific, six-part “Keeping Faith.”