1) “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” 9 p.m., NBC. For a dozen years, Chris Meloni was Stabler, a sturdy “SVU” cop. (He’s shown here with Mariska Hargitay as Benson.) He left in 2011, but returned a decade later – on this show and the one that follows – as Stabler probed his wife’s murder. Now Wheeler – a businessman/mobster – faces trial for ordering the killing. Benson fumes when her ex-colleague Barba (Raul Esparza) is the defense lawyer.
2) “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” 10 p.m., NBC. Now for the aftershocks of the “SVU” story: Stabler’s son is missing; Benson and her team rush to help. These are key episodes for both shows, which are back from three-week breaks and will be gone again next week.
3) “Station 19,” 8 p.m., ABC. The recent death of Dean Miller continues to reverberate. Now Vic and Jack try to comfort each other. Ben and Bailey try to convince Dean’s parents that they should raise Pruitt, the toddler Dean was trying to raise alone, after JJ left.
4) “Ghosts,” 9 p.m., CBS. Don’t you hate it when you’re all set for an important meeting and a ghost possesses your body? That happens to Jay tonight. The guest is a wedding planner who could bring business to this bed-and-breakfast. Unfortunately, Jay has just been possessed by Hetty, the house’s original matriarch. That’s part of a no-rerun night, before the comedies take a three-week break.
5) “Anne Boleyn,” any time, AMC+. The British have a habit of making something sound like a sweeping look at a fascinating life – but then focusing only on a brief bit near the end. They did that with Judy Garland and Laurel-and-Hardy movies; now this three-parter is only about Boleyn’s final months. Jodie Turner-Smith, who starred in “Queen & Slim,” is riveting – so good that you won’t quibble that Anne wasn’t Black. Still, by design this is a monotone show, a steady march toward death.