1) “Gotham Knights,” 9 p.m., CW. Only two weeks from its season-finale (and very possibly its series-finale) this show pauses for a key, and well-crafted, rerun. Turner (shown here in a previous episode) – the adopted son of the late Batman – has been kidnapped. To get him back, the young rogues must find a valuable substance (“electrum”) and make a trade.
2) “Superman & Lois,” 8 p.m., CW. This is another show that was expected to end its run on June 27, as CW — under new owners — keeps shedding its superheroes. But the network reversed itself Monday, giving the show 10 episodes next season; it also gave “All-American: Homecoming” 13 episodes. Until that shift, only two of this year’s dramas (“All American” and “Walker”) had been renewed. In this rerun, Lois, preparing for a breast-cancer procedure, reflects on Clark’s courtship.
3) “Frontline,” 10 p.m., PBS. There’s been an increase in the number of truck-related deaths, this hour says, but no increase in the oversight. Teaming with ProPublica, “Frontline” looks at the politics and the lobbying that, it says, has led to lax regulation.
4) “Babylon” (2022), 8-11:10 p.m., MGM+ (formerly Epix). After waves of praise for “Whiplash,” “La La Land” and “First Man,” writer-director Damien Chazelle tried a big-budget look at Hollywood during the 1920s transition to sound. The result – with Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and spectacle – drew both praise (including a Golden Globe nomination for best comedy) and derision. But it drew few moviegoerrs during a Covid surge; now we can catch it at home.
5) ALSO: The “America’s Got Talent” auditions continue, from 8-10 p.m. on NBC, colliding with three FBI reruns on CBS. In “FBI,” the team scrambles to find the dealer of a lethal drug. In “FBI: International,” Budapest police need help with a case. And in “FBI: Most Wanted,” agents carefully navigate a close-knit Somali community in Minnesota.