1) MTV Movie & TV Awards, 8 p.m., MTV, plus CW, BET, VH1, Comedy Central, Pop, TV Land, more. As the summer movie scene heats up (and the “Top Gun” sequel makes a kajillion dollars), we honor recent hits. “Spiderman: No Way Home” (shown here) leads with seven nominations, including best movie, facing “”Dune,” “Scream,” “The Batman,” “The Adam Project” and “Shang-Chi.” “Euphoria” has six, including best TV show, facing “Loki,” “Squid Game,” “Ted Lasso,” “Yellowstone” and “Inventing Anna.” Vanessa Hudgens hosts; MTV has a follow-up at 10 .
2) “Fear the Walking Dead” season-finale, 9 p.m., AMC, rerunning at 11:09. Last week’s episode (rerunning at 7:48 p.m.) had big moments that we won’t reveal here. As people prepared to escape by raft toward Morgan, Alicia made a heroic effort to save Strand and maybe others. Now we see Morgan (Lennie James) and possibly a key moment. Rumors say that Alicia’s mother – Madison (Kim Dickens), who vanished after her own heroism three seasons ago — may resurface.
3) Basketball, 8 p.m. ET, ABC. It’s the second game of the best-of-seven pro finals, again with Golden State hosting. After this, things move to Boston on Wednesday and Friday. Tonight’s pre-game show is at 7:30 p.m., with Jimmy Kimmel at 7.
4) “Duncanville,” 9 and 9:30 p.m., Fox. Here’s a summertime rarity – a new, scripted show on a broadcast network. Both episodes offer tough times for young Duncan. In the first, he has a traumatizing experience in a wind tunnel at a Teen Zone party; also, his mom battles the Zone’s high prices. In the second, he accidentally sees his mom naked … then wants a hypnotist to purge the experience.
5) “Watergate: Blueprint for a Scandal,” 9 and 10 p.m., CNN, rerunning at midnight and 1 a.m. The 50th anniversary of the Watergate break-in will be June 17; now we can prepare twice: “Gaslit” is partly from Martha Mitchell’s viewpoint; a rerun (6:58 p.m., Starz) has the pivotal moment when John Dean testified about the cover-up. That’s followed by a new episode (8 p.m., rerunning at 9) with the aftershocks setting up next week’s finale. Also tonight, CNN starts its two-week, four-hour documentary, told partly from Dean’s view.