1) “Kitchen Nightmares.” 8 p.m., Fox. At a restaurant called Juicy Box, Gordon Ramsay logically orders juice. “The juicer is kind of like broken,” the cheery waitress (shown here) says. So is a walk-in refrigerator; it should be 38-40 degrees, but is now 74. Also, there are no printed menus and the opening time has been switched from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. This hour – set for Oct. 23, then delayed because of baseball – is a good one, with likable people making major mistakes.
2) “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. It’s change-over time again; the “battle round” ends and the “knockout round” begins. That’s followed at 10 by “The Irrational”: Three weeks ago, Alec worked on a kidnapping case with Rose, a corporate-security specialist. Now he and Rose try their first date – which becomes a 24-hour adventure, centering on a forged masterpiece. Also, his sister and his ex-wife try to revive their dormant friendship,
3) “Top Combat Pilot,” Fox Nation. The Navy has its “Top Gun school,” made famous by Hollywood, but the Marines have their equivalent. In this four-part documentary, the streaming network watches 25 elite pilots go through training. “Pilot” is hosted by Dennis Quaid, who played a pilot in “The Right Stuff” and has a flying license in real life.
4) “Harry Wild” season-finale, www.acorn.tv. For Fergus, the young thief-turned-detective, life is crumbling. His boxing coach has been killed; also, his mother is back with a fresh scheme. After some silly moments last week, this series (starring Jane Seymour) is back on track, with an hour that has pathos and peril, plus some surprise twists.
5) ALSO: Wisely, Turner Classic Movies has five movies starring Alan Arkin, who died four months ago at 89. Unwisely, it semi-ignores his comedy skill. Arkin is a deaf-mute in “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” (1968) at 8 p.m. ET and a fierce villain in “Wait Until Dark” (1967) at 10. Both are excellent, but don’t show his comedy genius. For that, catch “The Russians are Coming (etc.),” “Popi” and “The In-Laws,” at 12:15, 2:30 and 4:30 a.m.