1) “New Amsterdam,” 10 p.m., NBC. After returning last week from a six-week break, “New Amsterdam” threw lives into limbo. There was a heavy-drinking night and four people are missing – Wilder (who may have summoned an online date) … Trevor (who may have convinced Iggy to cheat on his husband) ,,, Mia (who seemed suicidal) … and Casey (who’s still mad at Bloom, as is Leyla). Helen did make it home, but now she’s collapsed. Max (they’re shown here in a previous episode) raced home to check on her; he had planned to propose to her that night, but she fell asleep.
2) “The Resident,” 8 p.m., Fox. Here’s another hospital and another set of life-changing events. That involves Conrad and Cade (encased in the FBI’s drug investigation), Kit and Bell (with their romance) and Austin and Padma (with his offer to be the sperm donor for eggs provided by her sister Leela). Most of that is fairly well-done, as we expect from “The Resident.” But another story requires the brainy Leela to behave absurdly, because her boyfriend offered to be the donor. That part of the story is long, slow and nonsensical.
3) “Naomi,” 9 p.m., CW. After three weeks of reruns,, this new episode catches Naomi in agony. She only recently learned that she’s from another planet; now she’s learned that the same is true of her adoptive parents. They’d let her flounder through self-discovery, with no helpful information. Now she trusts only her friend Annabelle (a terrific character) and maybe the ultra-hip Camila. This episode gets two talky at times, but is still sharply written and acted.
4) “To Tell the Truth,” 10 p.m., ABC. Next week, ABC will let its summertime Tuesday line-up get off to an early start. For now, it has the season’s final “Judge Steve Harvey” episodes at 8 and 9 p.m., followed by this hour. Panelists face people who claim to be a maggot farmer, an orchestra conductor and one of the Munchkins in “The Wizard of Oz.”
5) “We Remember: Songs of Survivors,” 8 p.m., PBS. One Holocaust survivor came to America, saw some rolls in the trash … and wept. How could anyone discard food? Another would understand her pain; for 200 days, while hiding in the woods with his family, he had searched for mushrooms to eat. And another had dyed her hair blonde and worked in the Resistance, slipping food to fugitives. All were in their 90s during this project, writing songs for them. The result is uneven, but has some moments of deep emotion.