1) “Holey Moley” season-opener, 8 p.m., ABC. Is it summer already? Apparently. This opened its past seasons on June 17, May 21 and June 20, fitting the light tone of a miniature-golf show. But here it is already, with the Muppets joining Joe Tessitore and Rob Riggle (shown here) for commentary. Jeannie Mai works the sidelines and Stephen Curry (who’s also quite good at basketball) is the golf pro.
2) “The Chase” season-opener, 9 p.m., ABC. As further proof that ABC thinks it’s summer, two more shows make it an unscripted night. “Chase” contestants (given a head start) face pros. Ken Jennings is gone, but his “Jeopardy” colleagues (Brad Rutter and James Holzhauer) return, joined by Victoria Groce (an online trivia), Brandon Blackwell and Buzzy Cohen. At 10, we hear both sides of a dispute – in this case, a rocky marriage – in “Who Do You Believe?”
3) “This Is Us,” 9 p.m., NBC. While ABC starts its premature summer (at least on Tuesdays), the others have plenty of prime-season, scripted shows. That includes broadcast-TV’s best drama, with four episodes left in its final season. This hour goes back to view the life of Miguel, the decent chap who married his friend’s widow and is now helping her with her Alzheimer’s struggle.
4) “Spring Awakening: Those You’ve Known,” 9-10:30 p.m., HBO. Lea Michele was 14 when she did an off-Broadway workshop of “Spring Awakening.” She had done Broadway (“Les Miserables”) at 8, but now was focusing on school. Fortunately, the show took a while; five years later, with Michele in a lead, it won eight Tonys, including best musical. Here’s a documentary about a concert reunion, with Michele, fellow “Glee” star Jonathan Groff, and more.
5) ALSO: PBS’ “Frontline” wraps up its three-part probe of the big oil companies. That’s at 10 p.m., preceded at 9 by an “American Experience” look at a dam disaster in 1928 California. And at 8 p.m., Discovery’s “Deadliest Catch” captures a real-life drama, the rescue of an injured deckhand during a fierce Arctic storm.