1) Game night opener, ABC. Here’s the final piece of ABC’s summer, which has no-rerun blocks from 8-11 p.m. Sundays and Mondays, 8-9:30 p.m. Wednesdays and 8-10 Thursdays. At 8 today, “Prank Panel” makes an overprotective dad think his daughter has the world’s worst boyfriend. At 9, “Celebrity Family Feud” has Gayle King, Sophia Bush Hughes and the “Yellowjackets” (shown here) cast. At 10, “$100,000 Pyramid” includes RuPaul and Loni Love.
2) “Grantchester” season-opener, 9 p.m., PBS. For a moment, Will is at peace. He’s a vicar, married to Bonnie, who is a widowed mom and an atheist. He’s also helping his friend Geordie solve crimes. This first one, a rich man’s death, is complicated by Geordie’s stubborn new boss. It’s a so-so story until the final minutes; then a jolt propels next week’s terrific hour and four more good ones that follow.
3) “D.I. Ray” opener, 10 p.m., PBS. Parminder Nagra emerged two decades ago, as the soccer-loving teenn in “Bend It Like Beckham.” She went on to five seasons of “ER,” one of “Blacklist” and many more. Now she plays a newly promoted British cop in this involving, four-part drama. Also on PBS, “Ridley” (8 p.m.) wraps a two-parter sparked by the appealing portrait off a young civilian crime buff.
4) “The Lazarus Project,” 9 p.m., TNT; reruns at 10:05. In this sixth episode (of eight), the story hits a new peak. George is one of the few humans who can sense when a group backtracks time, in order to undo a global disaster. Now he wants to force that to happen again, to bring his girlfriend back to life. He has a nuclear bomb and more. The result strains logic, especially when he faces military pros. Still, it’s an intelligent (mostly), high-stakes tale.
5) ALSO: Fox has new episodes of the clever “HouseBroken” cartoon. They’re at 9 and 9:30 p.m., after reruns of “The Simpsons” (Ned Flanders with the Mob?) and “Family Guy.” In “Walking Dead: Dead City” (9 p.m. on AMC, rerunning at 10:06), Maggie and Negan go on the attack. And “1883,” the “Yellowstone” prequel, continues at 8 p.m. on the Paramount Network and CMT … which sandwiches it with “The Lincoln Lawyer” (2011) at 5 and 9:19.