1) “Housebroken” debut, 9 p.m., Fox. When the humans are gone, it seems, the pets have group therapy sessions (shown here). They range from a pokey turtle to a prideful pig, from feral cats to Honey (voiced by Lisa Kudrow), the wise poodle in charge. Honey’s housemate is a St. Bernard whose enthusiasm far exceeds his wisdom; others include a fat cat (literally) and a turtle whose love life has been on a 15-year pause. This animated show gets a bit too adult for some kids, but grown-ups will find it thoroughly clever.
2) Tulsa documentaries, 9-10:30 p.m., PBS; 9-11 p.m. ET, CNN; 10-11 p.m., CBS. Booker T. Washington was so impressed by Tulsa’s Greenwood district that he called it “the Negro Wall Street.” It had two newspapers, a theater, stores, doctors’ and dentists’ offices and more. Then, 100 years ago today, it was destroyed. Blacks rushed to prevent a lynching; a mob retaliated with guns, fire, even airplanes. Hundreds of Blacks were killed, thousands were interred. Here are views of the event and its aftermath.
3) “Hell’s Kitchen,” 8 p.m., Fox. Gordon Ramsay again packs his kitchen with professional chefs he can curse at. This time, all are ages 21-23 and many are interesting. “I’m super cute, super fun,” Brynn Gibson says accurately. She’s also an adoptee from Cambodia who has panic attacks, even having one when things are going well; she’s one of several people you’ll root for.
4) “American Ninja Warrior,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. It’s time for NBC’s strong summer line-up, with “Ninja” tonight and “America’s Got Talent” on Tuesday. And tonight’s show will be followed by “Small Fortune, with Lil Rel Howery hosting a game that uses miniaturized settings. That’s at 10 p.m., the same time that ABC starts its two seek “The Good Doctor” season-finale. Also new is the season-opener of the animated “Duncanville,” at 9:30 p.m. on Fox.
5) Memorial Day films, Turner Classic Movie. There’s a marathon of military films made in the 1950s, from Nicholas Ray’s “Flying Leathernecks” at 11 a.m. ET to John Huston’s “Red Badge of Courage” at 6:30 p.m. ET. That’s followed at 8 by William Wellman’s “Battleground” (1949), a Battle of the Bulge film, which won an Oscar for its script. Also, look for Memorial Day coverage on the news channels.