1) “The Watchful Eye” debut, 9 and 10 p.m., Freeform. A young nanny (shown here) starts work, surrounded by secrets, suspicions and despair. She was hired by a guy whose wealthy wife killed herself; the wife’s mother and sister view him warily. But this is a story in which no one can be trusted – including the nanny and her boyfriend. Acted with subtle skill, it adds hints of the supernatural; consider it a gothic flip on “Only Murders in the Building.”
2) “Quantum Leap,” 10 p.m., NBC. Most weeks, Ben leaps into one person’s body, in the midst of a past peril. Helped by a holographic image of his fiancee (whom no one else can see), he saves the day. Now, however, there’s a neat twist: During a nuclear-power project, he’s popping in and out of several people, one who may be a saboteur. The result alters some of the show’s time-travel rules, but it creates a smart story that keeps us guessing.
3) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. This terrific show has just been renewed for next season, its fifth. Tonight, we can catch a rerun of an atypical (but clever) episode. Drifting toward middle-age crisis, Bob ponders leaving the company that his parents started. Then he imagines a conversation with his late father, played by comedy veteran Joel Murray.
4) “Lisa Marie Presley: Unending Tragedy,” 8 p.m., Fox. This TMZ special (bumping “Fantasy Island” back a week) looks at Presley’s death – cardiac arrest at 54 – and life. It examines her marriage to Michael Jackson and the future of her 14-year-old twin daughters and of the estate she inherited in full from her father, Elvis Presley.
5) “Under the Vines,” any time, www.acorn.tv. Life has been chaotic, ever since a London lawyer and a Sydney socialite inherited a vineyard in New Zealand. Now we’re at the mid-section of the three-Monday, six-episode second season. She has a new romance and the vineyard’s future is threatened by frost and (really) a missing turkey. It’s all sort of light and loose, but pleasant in a sunny sort of way.