(All times Eastern.)
Seven “America’s Got Talent” (NBC at 8) acts move along in the competition.
The “America’s Next Top Model” (CW at 8) contestants walk the runway on elevated shipping containers and are bound together for a photo shoot.
On “Kevin From Work” (ABC Family at 8), Audrey tries to set up Kevin with her friend but becomes jealous when they seem to enjoy each other’s company.
SERIES PREMIERE: “The Mystery of Matter: Search for the Elements” (PBS at 8) focuses on the scientists responsible for important discoveries, highlighting 18th-century scientists Joseph Priestley and Antoine Lavoisier as well as London chemist Humphry Davy.
Craig tries to save his job (and stop Victoria from moving to New York with her boyfriend) by organizing a fundraiser on “Mr. Robinson” (NBC at 9).
Julie makes difficult decisions; the virus causes some of Molly’s memories to reemerge; and the hybrids try to get revenge on “Extant” (CBS at 9).
On “A Wicked Offer” (CW at 9), a cash-strapped couple try to pay off debt and care for their two children.
Mike puts the couples’ construction skills to the test on “Home Free” (Fox at 9).
SERIES PREMIERE: Hosted by Jeannie Mai, the new competition series “Steampunk’d” (GSN at 10) challenges artists and designers to make their best steampunk-inspired creations.
Corey Feldman’s girlfriend and Tommy Davidson’s fiancee switch lives on “Celebrity Wife Swap” (ABC at 10).
Jazz invites her crush to her middle-school graduation party and goes to the doctor with her parents to learn more about puberty on “I Am Jazz” (TLC at 10).
Things get heated when Jim decides to celebrate Dave’s birthday instead of Jeannie’s on “The Jim Gaffigan Show” (TV Land at 10).
Anthony tries a bacon-covered-cinnamon-roll sundae and a burger with a “cheese skirt” on “Carnival Cravings With Anthony Anderson” (Food Network at 10).
The semifinals begin on “Last Comic Standing” (NBC at 10).
On “Million Dollar Listing San Francisco” (Bravo at 10), Andrew is caught up in a bidding war and Justin tries to find a buyer for a difficult client.
A man from Elliot’s past jeopardizes the Evil Corp. hack on “Mr. Robot” (USA at 10).
Phil starts dating an actress and Holly is forced to fire someone on “The Exes” (TV Land at 11).
Brett Gelman and Lil Rel Howery are on “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore” (Comedy Central at 11:30).
Queen Latifah and John McEnroe visit “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:30) along with musical act Mumford & Sons.
Heidi Klum and actor David Oyelowo stop by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:30). Musical guest Carly Rae Jepsen performs, and Bernard Fowler plays with The Roots.