1) Hockey, 8 pm. ET, ABC. After two games in Colorado, the best-of-seven finalsl move to Tampa Bay. There, the local team (the Lightning, shown here in blue) is used to this; it’s going for its third straight Stanley Cup championship. Getting in the way is a team (the Avalanche) that has dominated lately. After its win in the first game of the finals, it had a stunning 13-2 record in this year’s play-offs. The action will stay in Tampa Bay on Wednesday; then (if needed) it’s Friday in Colorado, Sunday in Tampa Bay and June 28 in Colorado.
2) “Death on the Nile” (2022), 6:45 p.m., HBO. Sure, we could gripe that Kenneth Branagh isn’t very convincing as Hercule Poirot. We can even spot a few plot holes … something you don’t expect in an Agatha Christie movie. But as a skilled director, Branagh makes those concerns fade away. As he did with “Murder on the Orient Express,” he creates a lush look, proving that wordy mysteries can be richly cinematic.
3) Marvel overload. You can choose your spiderguy tonight. He’s played by Andrew Garfield in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” (2014), at 6 p.m. on Freeform … and by Tobey Maguire in “Spider-Man” (2002) and “Spider-Man 2 (2004), at 6:30 and 9:15 p.m. on Syfy. For more Marvel, Brie Larson is “Captain Marvel” (2019), at 6:20p.m. on TNT. Other popular films (not from Marvel) are at 7p.m. — “Monster University” (2013), on Disney, and “American Sniper” (2014) on AMC
4) “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” (1988), 10 p.m., PBS. Sunday marked the 40th anniversary of a pivotal tragedy. At a Detroit-area strip club, two men (who had been drinking) fought. Later, one took a baseball bat and killed the other – Vincent Chin, 27, a draftsman who was at his bachelor’s party. There were court trials and fines, but a larger question lingered: Was this a racial hate crime? The story is well-told in this documentary, which won a Peabody prize and was nominated for an Academy Award and a Sundance Film Festival award.
5) ALSO: “Hidden” is a rarity – a well-crafted crime show in which people speak in both English and Welsh (with sub-titles). The six-part final season arrives today on www.acorn.tv. “American Ninja Warrior” continues (8-10 p.m., NBC) and CW has new dramas. In “Roswell, New Mexico,” at 8, Liz and Max hatch a plan to catch the bank-robbers; in “In the Dark,” at 9, Murphy accidentally triggers a series of events that put Felix’s life in danger.