1) “Good Trouble,” 10 p.m., Freeform. Old romances have a way of lingering, in this solid episode. Davia likes her good-guy co-worker – but Dennis is back, making a wild career shift. Callie is gaga over Gael (they’re shown here) — but her ex-lover is part of the legal team that she’s helping fight. Meanwhile, Gael is distracted by his dad-to-be duties (from a one-night stand) … Alice struggles at a comedy workshop … and Mariana, vastly underemployed, uses her tech skills to help Callie with jury selection.
2) Olympics. Track-and-field finals are piling up now. There are four this morning (6-11 a.m.) on Peacock and three tonight (after 8 p.m.) on NBC, which will also rerun most of the others. NBC also has the women’s beach volleyball semi-final games – one taped (11:30 a.m.) and one live (at night). The skatepark finals are on NBC this afternoon (women, on tape) and on CNBC tonight (men, live). Also tonight, CNBC has live coverage of the women’s platform diving semi-finals.
3) “Pretty Woman” (1990), 7:30 p.m., Freeform, or “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2018), 7:35, FX Movies. Here’s a choice of Oscar-worthy performances. For Julia Roberts, “Pretty Woman” was the second of four nominations; she finally one for her third one, “Erma Brockovich.” For Rami Malek, “Bohemian Rhapsody” was his first nomination; he won, a couple years after his Emmy for “Mr. Robot.”
4) “MasterChef,” 8 and 9 p.m., Fox. Next week, with no more Olympics to worry about, this show returns to new episodes. For now, here are reruns of the first two episodes after the 15 contestants were chosen. Masaharu Morimoto helps judge monkfish; Sherry Yard helps judge desserts.
5) “Dave” (FX) or “Younger” (TV Land), both 10 p.m. This is the one slot where new, scripted shows congregate. In addition to “Good Trouble,” there are these two. On FX (repeating at 10:45 and 11:30), Dave goes to a historic recording studio, hoping to jolt his dormant creativity. On TV Land (repeating at 1 a.m.), Liz starts an underground event and considers telling Charles about Quinn’s real motives.