1) “Kevin Can F Himself,” 9 p.m., AMC, and “Quantum Leap,” 10 p.m., NBC. For tonight and two more weeks, Raymond Lee is the king of Mondays. On NBC, he’s the star, leaping into strangers’ bodies; tonight, he’s aboard a space shuttle. On AMC (shown here), his marriage crumbles during his affair with Allison — who plans to fake her death to escape her husband. “Kevin” juggles deliberately bad sitcom and solid drama; it has some pivotal scenes late in this hour.
2) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. Remember when situation comedies never changed? Lately, producer Chuck Lorre has added big twists to “Young Sheldon” and now to this terrific show. After dutifully running his mom’s business for decades, Bob suddenly walked out. Now Abishola worries about him., while he seeks advice from an unexpected source.
3) “The Cleaning Lady,” 9 p.m.,, Fox. Here’s another show that made a big change in its season-opener. Thony’s estranged husband snatched their son and planned to take him back to the Phillipines. During an argument, her teen nephew pushed him and he fell to his death. Now his parents are in town, adding complications. Also, Thony must help her mobster friend (who was fiercely beaten in prison) by meeting with an ominous associate.
4) “NCIS,” 9 p.m., CBS. Undercover duty is always complicated, but this one has a new problem: McGee goes undercover with a fantasy-football group … and knows nothing about football. That’s followed by an “NCIS: Hawaii” episode that looks into illegal street racing.
5) Football, 8:15 p.m. ET, ABC and ESPN. This is the last of three games to be on both networks. (“Bachelor in Paradise,” which starts its season Tuesday on ABC, adds Mondays next week.) This one has the Giants, 2-0, host the Cowboys, who scored only 3 points in their opener, with quarterback Dak Prescott injured late in the game. A week later, Cooper Rush (Prescott’s back-up) led a late drive for a game-winning field goal.