1) “American Experience: Billy Graham,” 9-11 p.m. today, PBS. Graham (shown here) was a Southern farm kid, 6-foot-2, with blue eyes, a strong voice and an amorous nature. He quit Bob Jones College because he wanted to date girls. At another Bible school he met a missionary’s daughter; they were married 64 years, with five children. Graham was a classic evangelist, this terrific film says, but overstepped political lines. The Watergate tapes were “a crushing experience,” triggering apologies and moderation.
2) “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. There are still nine people left – three with Kelly Clarkson, two with each of the others – but that will change quickly. In the final blitz, “Voice” has episodes today, Tuesday and next Monday, then picks the winner on Tuesday, May 25.
3) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” season-finale, 8:30 p.m., CBS. Last week, this clever comedy planted a fresh problem: As Abishola’s teen son spends the summer in Nigeria, his father wants him to stay there. Meanwhile, another situation has emerged: With crowded calendars, the only good day for the wedding is in three weeks.
4) More season-finales, 8 and 10 p.m., CBS. Two more shows wrap up. First is “The Neighborhood”: Calvin gets a birthday present that involves his late father; Dave and Gemma have a life-changing development. Then is “Bull”: Izzy and Bull were supposed to re-marry, but now she’s furious that he’s handling the defense for the former district attorney whom her brother Benny hopes to replace..
5 “Monsters, Inc.” (2001), 8-10 p.m., ABC. Here’s prime Pixar – a popular, animated tale of a city powered by the screams of children. Billy Crystal, John Goodman and Steve Buscemi are in the voice cast – and returned a dozen years later for “Monsters University.”