1) ”The Cleaning Lady,” 9 p.m., Fox. A week from the season-finale, this tangled tale gains speed. Thony (shown here) is a doctor in the Philippines, but can’t get a transplant for her son there. In Las Vegas, she worked as a cleaner … then met some mobsters. One got her to Mexico for the transplant … but was nearly killed and can’t get her back to the U.S.. Then there’s the FBI guy who considers her an informant. It’s a good episode, setting up a better one next week.
2) “The Good Doctor,” 10 p.m., ABC. This is back with us, sooner than expected. Ratings were so low for “Promised Land” that ABC pulled it after five episodes; the other five will appear Tuesdays on Hulu. Now “Good Doctor” is back in its old slot, with Shaun and Allen trying risky surgery that might restore a pop star’s voice. Sisters are played by Aly Michalka (“iZombie”) and her sister AJ (“The Goldbergs”); together, they’re the Aly & AJ pop duo.
3) “The Bachelor,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. It’s “fantasy suite” week. Tonight is the “Women Tell All” episode. And on Tuesday, Clayton Echard, 28, will invite each of the remaining women to (separately) spend a night with him. Gaby Windey, 30, is an intensive care nurse from Illinois … Rachel Recchia, 25, is a flight instructor from (Florida … Susie Evans, 28, is a videographer who was Miss Virginia USA and Miss Virginia Teen USA. The two-night finale is next week.
4) “The Chelsea Detective,” www.acorn.tv. In the crimesolver tradition, Detective Inspector Max Arnold is solitary; when his marriage ended, he moved onto a houseboat. In the British tradition, he’s brainy, solving complex mysteries. This first season has four movie-length stories (one each Monday); the first three are excellent and the fourth is OK. In today’s opener, a devout man thought he was haunted.
5) Academy of Country Music Awards, 8-10 p.m., Prime Video. After a half-century on broadcast TV, the ACM’s jump to Amazon. An everyman kind of music is suddenly excluding some viewers. (It will move over to IMDB TV at 8 p.m. Tuesday.) We’re sure the show — commercial-free, hosted by Jimmie Allen and Gabby Barrett (who perform the opening duet) and Dolly Parton – will be fine, but this is a poor step for a common-folk kind of sound.