1) Basketball, 9 p.m. ET, ABC. It’s the fourth game of the best-of-seven championship series, with the Phoenix Suns leading the Milwaukee Bucks, 2 games to 1. The Bucks (shown here with Giannis Antetokounmpo) were champions a half-century ago, lost three years later, then didn’t reach the finals for 46 years. The Suns were there twice, losing in 1976 and ‘93. There’s a preview at 8:30 ET and a transplanted “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (hosted by Anthony Anderson) at 8.
2) “Good Trouble” return, 10 p.m., Freeform. With its characters in deep despair, this show took a three-month break. It returns with the song “All By Myself” in the background of a somber breakfast. Davia and Malika are torn between old and new romances … Callie and Gael had started a romance, when he learned of a pregnancy from a one-night stand … Alice and Mariana were hurt by their noble stands at work. Despite one flaw – characters who overthink their lives – it’s an involving drama.
3) “Chicago Med,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.,” 8-11 p.m., NBC. Occasionally, sports events relent and let all three shows air. Last Wednesday had the hockey finals, next week will include an Olympics special with the Jonas Brothers; then the real Olympics take over. For tonight, “Med” has Manning willing do anything to help her ill mom – a move that will eventually endanger Halstead’s career. “Fire” has a series of suspicious blazes; “P.D.” has a search for Ruzek’s father.
4) “In the Dark,” 9 p.m., CW. Here’s a tough situation – a blind woman, on the run with her dog, as drug dealers pursue her. Now drug kingpin Josiah is trying to catch Murphy; he turns to Darnell (the cousin of her slain friend Tyson), to help find her.
5) “SWAT,” 10 p.m., CBS. Last week, the “Big Brother” and “Love Island” debuts took the entire night. Now they’ve settled into their 8 and 9 p.m. slot, leaving room for this rerun of the “SWAT” season-finale: A police station is bombed, leading to a confrontation with domestic terrorists.