Monday TV: Unselfish Rural Doctors

providers“The Providers” looks at a trio of country doctors in rural New Mexico, who care for patients regardless of their ability to pay. It makes its debut on “Independent Lens” (PBS, 10 p.m., check local listings).

Another documentary, “White Boy” (Starz, 9 p.m.) looks into the case of a teenage suburban Detroit teen who was convicted of drug dealing, but who began down that road as a police informant. It was the basis of last year’s film, “White Boy Rick.”

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament ends with its championship game, Texas Tech vs. Virginia (CBS, 9 p.m.).

Olivia Vinall stars as a detective whose aunts want to help out in her cases in the limited series “Queens of Mystery” (Acorn TV, streaming).

A new streaming service makes its bow, filling the void caused by the demise of Filmstruck last year. Criterion Channel concentrates on the more than a thousand art films in its collection and that of Janus films. The movie of the week, for example, is a double feature of John Woo’s “Last Hurrah for Chivalry” (Criterion, streaming) and Jacques Demy’s “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg” (Criterion, streaming). There’s a free 14-day trial available.

The other half of the Top 20 on “American Idol” (ABC, 8 p.m.) sing duets with Chris Isaak, Ben Harper, Lukas Graham and others.

Battle rounds continue on “The Voice” (NBC, 8 p.m.), which has its own guest stars, Charlie Puth, Brooks + Dunn, Kelsea Ballerini and Khalid.

That other teacher comedy, “Those Who Can’t” (truTV, 10 p.m.) ends its third season.

“DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” (CW, 10 p.m.) lands in 1973 and everybody has to tell the truth.

Judas steps up on “Jesus: His Life” (History, 8 p.m.).

“Vanderpump Rules” (Bravo, 9 p.m.) has its final night in Mexico.

The Widow and Baron Chau face off on “Into the Badlands” (AMC, 10 p.m.).

On “Knightfall” (History, 10 p.m.), the Knights Templar seek revenge.

Ryan packs for a semester in Germany on “Meet the Peetes” (Hallmark, 10 p.m.).

On “Summer House” (Bravo, 10 p.m.), Kyle tries to change.

A three day, 21-film slate of movies with amateur sleuths begins on Turner Classic Movies with “Murder, She Said” (8 p.m.), “The Mad Miss Manton” (9:45 p.m.), “The Lady Vanishes” (11:15 p.m.), “The Penguin Pool Murder” (1 a.m.), “Nancy Drew…Detective” (2:15 a.m.), “Detective Kitty O’Day” (3:30 a.m.) and “Smart Blonde” (4:45 a.m.). Daytime fare is mostly comedies and blondes the 1930s with “Blonde Crazy” (6 a.m.), “Wise Girls” (7:30 a.m.), “John Loves Mary” (9:15 a.m.), “Come Live with Me” (11 a.m.), “Dream Wife” (12:30 p.m.), “Professional Sweetheart” (2:15 p.m.), “Public Wedding” (4:30 p.m.), and “Shall We Dance” (6 p.m.).

Baseball includes Pittsburgh at Cubs (MLB, 2 p.m.), Yankees at Houston (ESPN, 7 p.m.) and Milwaukee at Angels (MLB, 10 p.m.).

College softball has Florida State at Louisville (ESPNU, 7 p.m.).

Daytime Talk

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest: Hugh Jackman, Chrissy Metz. The View: Tracy Morgan. The Talk: NeNe Leakes, Kristine Johnson. Ellen DeGeneres: Chelsea Handler, Jodie Comer. Wendy Williams: Melissa Garcia.

Late Talk

Stephen Colbert: Zach Galifianakis, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Ellie Goulding. Jimmy Kimmel: Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Paul Rudd, Chris Hemsworth, 2 Chainz. Jimmy Fallon: Hugh Jackman, Chrissy Metz, Juice WRLD. Seth Meyers: Kit Harington, Chelsea Clinton,Marina. James Corden: Bill Hader, Anna Chlumsky, Ally Brooke with Tyga. Carson Daly: DeWanda Wise, Blackberry Smoke, Lili Mirojnick. Trevor Noah: David Oyelowo. Conan O’Brien: John Bradley.

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