1) “CMT Music Awards,” 8-11 p.m, CBS. One married couple (Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani) will perform separately; another (Kane and Katelyn Brown, shown here) will perform together. Other pairings include Wynonna Judd with Ashley McBryde, Darius Rucker with the Black Crowes, and Alanis Morissette with past “Next Women” winners. Also performing: Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini (who hosts with Kane Brown), Carly Pearce and more.
2) “Lucky Hank,” 9 p.m., AMC. You know it’s a bad day when someone plunks a giant moving pod in your driveway, blocking your car. That’s just the start for Hank, a prof and department-head dealing with budget cuts, a naked underling and his own disdain for his college, his father and his life. In other hands, this could go sour; with Bob Odenkirk and brilliant writing, it’s a deeply layered gem.
3) “Sanditon,” 9 p.m., PBS. In an English world of stiff lips and stifled emotions, “Sanditon” added what it needed: Last week, Colbourne retrieved his estranged brother, who is a lawyer and an outgoing soul; tonight, he defends Georgiana in court and pierces Colbourne’s steely reserve. That’s preceded at 8 by an agonizing “Call the Midwife.” At 10, “Marie Antoinette” sees Marie’s sharpened battles with the mistress of her father-in-law, the king.
4) Easter prelude. A week before the holiday, Fox reruns an “Ice Age” cartoon (8:30 p.m.) that has history’s first egg hunt. For the serious side, try cable’s UpTV: A documentary about Whitney Houston’s gospel music is at 9 a.m. ET, with “The Ten Commandments” (1956) at 10. From 2-10 p.m, there’s the second season of “The Chosen,” a crowd-funded series. That concludes with masses gathering for a sermon on the mount.
5) ALSO: Last Sunday brought the season-opener of the witty, animated “Housebroken” (9:30 p.m., Fox) and the dreary “Great Expectations” (Hulu). It also brought the start of the final season of the brilliant “Succession” (9 p.m., HBO, rerunning at 10), with Logan Roy ready to sell his company. Tonight, his children ponder joining Sandi and Stewy in their aggressive attack on the deal.