1) “Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail” debut, 10:30 p.m., TBS. The third “Miracle Workers” season is unrelated to the others – except in everything that counts. It has the same stars, the same ceator (Simon Rich) and the same quirky and clever humor. This time, Daniel Radcliffe is a clergyman, floundering in the frontier; Geraldine Viswanathan is a zestful parishioner in a drab marriage. Steve Buscemi (shown here with Radcliffe) is the wayward guy who claims he can lead their wagon train west.
2) Baseball All-Star Game, 7:30 p.m. ET, Fox, preview at 7. In a season of small scores and slender batting averages, this could be fun: The world’s best hitters gather in the hitter-friendly park in Denver. Mike Trout and Kyle Schwarber are out with injuries, but the others are expected. Just past the half-season mark, the National League’s Fernando Tatis and Ronald Acura Jr. had 27 and 23 home runs; the American League’s Shohei Ohtani (who’s also a pitcher) and Vlad Guerrero Jr. had 31 and 28.
3) “America’s Got Talent,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. After next week’s show, this ratings-leader will have to take an Olympics break. At 8 p.m. tonight on CBS, it faces a rerun of the “NCIS” season-finale, with the team facing a dangerous arms dealer who may be onto them.
4) “Mr. Inbetween” series finale, 10 p.m., FX, reruns at 10:46 and 11:32 p.m. As last week’s episode ended, the stone-faced Ray began to crack with bits of emotion. His new lover had been injured in a car crash and then (presumably) killed by a colleague who didn’t want to risk taking her to the hospital. This hour starts with moments of quiet emotion – then explodes. The finish isn’t easy to follow, but it’s an appropriate ending for a neatly eccentric show.
5) “Motherland: Fort Salem,” 10 p.m., Freeform. The witch military is busy protecting the country, but there are still some strong anti-witch feelikngs. They boil over, just as the first witch testing center opens. Also, Anacostia and Scylla go undercover, to follow the Camarilla.