1) “Kevin Can (bleep) Himself” season-finale, 9 p.m., AMC, rerunning at 11:02. This clever series walks a narrow line: Each hour starts as a sitcom, filled with cliches – oafish husband, noisy friends, long-suffering wife – and bad jokes. Then it switches to a drama, as the wife (Annie Murphy, shown here) sinks into dismay. Last week, she tried to have him killed; instead, he shot the would-be hitman and is considered a hero. Now we see the aftershocks on her and her friend. The final minutes are powerful and well-crafted.
2) More season-finales, 9 and 10 p.m., Showtime. First is “The Chi,” with Emmett at a breaking point; he can’t stand the notion of an open marriage and wants Tiff to choose a side. Also, Douda – the gangster-politician-businessman – flexes his power. Then it’s “Black Monday,” which has been filled with darkly sharp humor. Lots of key people have been killed and one (one of the Lehman Brothers) has been revived. Now Moe and Dawn hope to lure the killer with a fake wedding.
3) Stellar Gospel Music Awards, 8 p.m., BET, reruns at 10. Gospel’s greats will perform. They include the Clark Sisters (who are getting a lifetime achievement award), Tye Tribbett and Jekalyn Carr (who are the hosts) and more. The line-up has Yolanda Adams, Kierra Sheard, Jonathan McReynolds, J.J. Hairston, Pastor Mike Jr., Tamela Mann, Jason Clayborn, Hezekiah Walker and Maverick City Music.
4) “Johnson” debut, 8 and 8:30 p.m., Bounce, rerunning at 11 and 11:30. After playing cops and such for decades, Deji LaRay wrote this slick drama (with occasional comedy). He plays one of four friends, all with the same surname, but with very different lives. The first episode is quite good; the second (with an absurd white-folks stereotype) isn’t. Bounce is a Black-themed network that can reach 80-percent of TV homes, via the digital spaces on bigger stations; it’s also on the Dish satellite.
5) ALSO: It’s another busy Olympics day. Peacock (4-11 a.m. ET) has the live finals in seven track or gymnastics events; NBC repeats some of them at night (after 8 p.m. ET). Also at night is live coverage of track on USA and of beach volleyball – men (CNBC) and women (NBC). There are plenty of alternatives, including (all at 9 p.m.) new episodes of HBO’s “White Lotus,” Starz’ “Blindspotting” and PBS’ excellent “Unforgotten,” which is followed at 10 by a cleverly plotted “Professor T” mystery.