1) USFL championship game, 7:30 p.m. ET, Fox. J’Marr Smith (shown here) went to Louisiana Tech – a place where quarterbacks go on to big things. One of them, Phil Robertson, became the “Duck Dynasty” guy; his back-up, Terry Bradshaw, became a Hall of Fame pro. And Smith? He was the conference’s offensive player-of-the-year, tried out with several NFL teams … and now has his moment, at 25. He leads the Stallions, who are 10-1 in the first year of this version of the USFL. They play the Stars, 7-4, who are led by running quarterback Case Cookus of Northern Arizona.
2) “Masterpiece: Endeavour” season-finale, 9-11 p.m., PBS. This season is brief (just three movie-length tales) and drab, with Endeavour Morse clouded by alcoholism and despair. But it improves a bit in a finale that uses a classic English-mystery plot – strangers confined to an eerie mansion during bad weather. One of them is Morse, at first not saying he’s a cop; another — we don’t know which one – is a killer. Despite some too-convenient timing near the end, it’s a fairly good tale.
3) “60 Minutes Presents,” 7 and 8 p.m., CBS. The first hour looks at the future, via three reports by Anderson Cooper. They view a Mars mission for the tiny helicopter Ingenuity … progress in getting robots to move like humans and animals … and battery-powered aircraft that have vertical take-off and landing. The second hour views “The Ritchie Boys” – Jews who escaped Hitler, then combined to fight him via espionage and psychological warfare.
4) “The Man Who Fell to Earth” season-finale, 10 p.m., Showtime. We can catch the entire season in one burst. The delightful opener – with great work from Chiwetel Ejiofor, Naomie Harris and (briefly) Martha Plimpton – is at 9 a.m., with other episodes continuing until 6. Then the finale is at 10 p.m., sandwiched by new episodes of “We Hunt Together” (7:30 and 8:15), “The Chi” (9) and “Flatbush Misdemeanors” (11).
5) ALSO: Fresh from his gameshow-host Emmy, Steve Harvey has “Celebrity Family Feud” reruns at 8 and 9 p.m., with “$100,000 Pyramid” at 10; the new episodes arrive next Sunday. The Fox News Channel will be at West Point today (6-10 a.m. and 9-10 p.m. ET) for music and interviews, leading into its 4th-0f-July coverage Monday. Tonight’s movie heroes range from Spider-Man to Annie. The former is at 1:50 (2002), 4:30 (2004) and 7:40 p.m. (2007) on Freeform. The latter (the 1982 musical) is 8 p.m. ET on Turner Classic Movies.