1) “Kevin Can F Himself” series finale, 9 p.m., AMC. This keeps cleverly juggling opposite formats. At times, it’s a deliberately bad sitcom, with bombastic husband Kevin, wise wife Allison (Annie Murphy, shown heree) and audience laughter; at other times, it’s a dark drama about Allison’s agony. Eventually, she faked her death and disappeared. Now we see the impact on those who know she’s alive and those who don’t. There are surprises, deep emotions and a fiery finish.
2) “Quantum Leap,” 10 p.m.,, NBC. Raymond Lee has had double duty on Mondays: He’s Allison’s sometimes-boyfriend on AMC and the protagonist on NBC, leaping into other people’s bodies. Now, just as one show ends. the other has his first leap into a female – a bounty hunter who is romancing her work partner. The partner is played by Justin Hartley of “This is Us”; their target is played by Sofia Pernas, who is married to Hartley in real life.
3) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. This show went in funny new directions when Bob plunged into a mid-life crisis. He trimmed his workload at the family business (his mom tried to get his sister Christina to take over, but failed) and even bought a big boat. Tonight, he goes fishing with Uncle Tunde and Christina’s life gets a jolt.
4) “All American” season-opener, 8 p.m., CW. Pushing the calendar a tad, the show opens with Spencer throwing a Christmas party. That lets him try to patch his romance with Olivia … and lets the show borrow three characters from its spin-off: Simone, Cam and Keisha catch the party, before returning to college … and to “All American: Homecoming,” which starts its season at 9.
5) “My Life is Murder,” www.acorn.tv. It’s a boom time for Acorn. Next Monday, the delightful “Doc Martin” returns; first, “Murder” begins airing two weekly episodes for five weeks. The mysteries are merely OK, but the show is awash in gorgeous New Zealand backdrops, bright colors and likable people. Lucy Lawless stars, with Ebony Vagulans as her zesty aide … replaced in the second episode by another vibrant newcomer, Tatum Warren-Ngata.