1) “The Bachelor,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. It’s “fantasy suite” time, when Zach Shallcross invites the final three women to each spend a night with him. This season started with lots of women from serious fields – four nurses, a nursing student, two other health-care people and a therapist. Now most are gone, but Kaity Biggar, 27, a Canadian travel nurse, remains. So do Ariel Frenkel (shown here, center, with Biggar and Shallcross), 28, and Gabi Elnicki, 25, who are marketing and account executives.
2) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. Bob has finally reached the point he was building toward – making socks in Detroit instead of overseas. At first, however, things go badly. Also, Abishola tries to put things behind her, at the funeral of a much-hated aunt.
3) “All American: Homecoming,” 9 p.m., CW. Last week, deputies stopped a team bus, saw the Black tennis players and searched all the luggage. That reflects a real case, but the rest – a forfeit because the team wouldn’t get to the tournament on time – was wildly unrealistic. So are parts of tonight’s story, which also eyes the baseball championship. It’s all well-meaning, but badly written and – especially with one guest star – poorly acted.
4) “The Watchful Eye,” 10 p.m., Freeform. Setting up next week’s season-finale, Elena is ready to grab some money and run; then her plan wobbles. There’s a surprise visitor … and two people find poorly hidden secrets … and some major developments, in the final minutes of fairly good hour.
5) “True Blood,” 10 and 11 p.m., TNT. For viewers, this is a fine mini-trend: After airing in pay-extra places, some shows move to basic-cable. “Under the Banner of Heaven,” a Hulu crime mini-series, is now at 10 p.m. Tuesdays on FX; this show, which had seven great years on HBO, moves (in cleaned-up version) to TNT. Next week, it will be benched by soccer coverage, but tonight has the final episodes of the first season, with Sookie finding the serial killer.
— Mike Hughes, TV America