1) “America’s Got Talent” and “Snake in the Grass,” 8 and 10 p.m., NBC. Next Monday, “Snake” (shown here) has its USA Network debut. First, it gets a bigger spotlight on NBC (USA’s corporate partner), behind “Talent,” the summer ratings-leader. “Snake” dumps four people (from “Survivor,” “Naked and Afraid,” etc.) in the wilds for 36 hours. They face challenges, while trying to figure out which one is secretly working against them. Bobby Bones hosts.
2) “America Outdoors,” 9 p.m., PBS. Appalachia offers the stunning beauty of rolling green mountains and the stark poverty of declining mines. Now Baratunde Thurston savors the resilience of its people. A woman tends to three million honeybees … a man, paralyzed below the waist, shoots the rapids … and Jennifer Phar Davis has walked the 2,100-mile Appalachian trail three times. For four years, she held the speed record, male or female.
3) Steve Harvey overload. Harvey is filling up our summer. His “Celebrity Family Feud” is on both ABC and BET at 8 p.m., with another BET hour at 9. The ABC one – Salt-N-Pepa vs. the cast of “The Proud Family,” then the casts of “Bel Air” and “Saved by the Bell” – is followed at 9 by “Judge Steve Harvey.” All of those are reruns … but Harvey also has new “Feud” hours at 8 pm. Sundays on ABC.
4) “What We Do in the Shadows,” 10 p.m., FX. Nadja’s vampire nightclub is thriving, but she lacks finesse as a manager. Her preferred labor-relations technique (slaying any objectors) would create a worker shortage. In a messy and fairly funny episode, she heads to the “Night Market” to find a solution. The others come along, bringing a crisis for Guillermo.
5) Documentaries. From 8-10 p.m., History debuts “MH370: Mystery of the Lost Flight,” tracing the story of the Malaysian Airlines flight that vanished in 2014, with 239 people onboard. And at 10, PBS’ “Frontline” views the affordable-housing shortage, which deepened during the pandemic.