1) “Motherland: Fort Salem,” 10 p.m., Freeform. Epic moments rippled through recent episodes. Raelle (shown here) was kidnapped; her long-missing mother died while saving her. Nicte – founder of the Spree terrorists – was captured, almost escaping by stealing Tally’s face. Now the young witches face bigger questions: Can Tally (shown here, background) successfully interrogate Nicte? Can she spur doubts about General Alder? Can Raelle commune with the enigma in the lab? It’s a strong hour, setting up next week’s season-finale.
2) “Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail,” 10:30 p.m., TBS. The wagon train rushes – to the extend that oxen-propelled vehicles can rush – to reach a goal: Get to Independence Rock (halfway to their goal) by Independence Day. In a fairly funny episode, a festival awaits, bearing a big question: Can the Rev. Ezekiel (Daniel Radcliffe) enjoy himself, now that he’s married an anti-fun zealot?
3) “America’s Got Talent,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. Here’s the second quarterfinals night, with a dozen acts performing; viewers will vote, with the results on Wednesday. And at 10 p.m., “College Bowl” continues, this time with UCLA and Southern California.
4) “Superman & Lois” season-finale, 9 p.m., CW. Clark has worked hard to protect his family by keeping his Superman identity secret. But now his son has been kidnapped by Clark’s half-brother. Meanwhile, Clark’s wife, Lois Lane, confronts Leslie Larr; his ex-girifriend, the former Lana Lang, agrees to help General Lane. And yes, the show seems stuck on an “L” page in the telephone book.
5) “Fantasy Island,” 9 p.m., Fox. In real life, Dave and Odette Annable have been married for 11 years, but had a 10-month separation before reconciling mid-pandemic. That may make them ideal for this story of a couple that comes to the island, hoping to boost a stale marriage.