1) “Kennedy Center Honors,” 8-10 p.m., CBS. Two of TV’s most prestigious shows have sort of traded places, due to COVID. This June date usually goes to the Tony Awards, but they were dropped last year and delayed (until Sept. 26) this year. Taking the spot is the Kennedy Center ceremony, delayed from last December. It has performances honoring the greats, young-ish (Garth Brooks, 59) and old (Dick Van Dyke, shown here, 95). Also: Midori (a violinist), Debbie Allen and Joan Baez.
2) “Pose” series finale, 10 p.m. to midnight, FX. In its brief (three-year) life, “Pose” has done big things. It drew 11 Emmy nominations, winning for Billy Porter’s brilliant work as Pray Tell. It showed us new worlds, from the joy of “ball” celebrations to the pain of some gay and trans youths. Now this is 1996, with the AIDS crisis deepening, Pray’s health weakening and activists demanding action. Despite its one huge flaw – lots of speeches and lectures, little subtlety – “Pose” provides a moving farewell.
3) “Celebrity Family Feud,” 8 p.m., ABC. After a few early reruns, Steve Harvey’s show starts its summer run; that begins with actors Rob Lowe and Terrence Howard. ABC also starts the seasons of “The Chase” at 9 p.m. and “To Tell the Truth” – including Khloe Kardashian’s prom date – at 10.
4) “The Kings” debut, 8 p.m., Showtime. Already strong on Sundays (with “The Chi,” “Black Monday” and “Flatbush Misdemeanors”), Showtime adds this documentary series. Over four weeks, it will profile boxing champs Roberto Duran, Marin Hagler, Thomas Hearns and Sugar Ray Leonard.
5) “The Moodys” return, 9 and 9:30 p.m., Fox. With its droll, dry character-driven humor, this clever show never found an audience. Fox yanked it in April after five episodes, with three left to run. Here are two of them, with romantic chaos: Ann learns that her son Dan is having an affair with her life coach; her husband Sean (Denis Leary) tries to be a matchmaker for their daughter. Then Dan bumps into Cora, whom he met (charmingly) in the “Moody Christmas” special.