Monday TV: New Sitcom ‘American Auto’

The underused Ana Gasteyer stars as a new automotive executive in the workplace comedy “American Auto” (NBC, 10 p.m.). From the maker of “Superstore,” Justin Spitzer, the show is just getting a preview tonight with a pair of episodes before it begins its regular run Jan. 4. Jon Barinholtz, Harried Dyer, Humphrey Ker and Michael B. Washington also star.  

The early days of the Children’s Television Workshop, before it became a political football, are celebrated in a new documentary. “Street Gang: How We Got to ‘Sesame Street’” (HBO, 10 p.m.) covers the first two decades of the public television juggernaut, with interviews of its original cast and creators, as well as a few Muppets. 

A string of reality TV finales this week begins with the first half of the season 21 finale of “The Voice” (NBC, 8 p.m.), where the top five perform for the last time; a winner is named Tuesday.

Another new Gordon Ramsay series? Why not? Here’s “Gordon Ramsay’s Road Trip” (Fox, 8 p.m.) through Italy, France and Scotland.

Having already been the subject of the Amazon documentary series “LuLa Rich,” the colorful multi-marketing scheme is now the basis of another doc, “The Rise and Fall of LuLaRoe” (Discovery+, streaming).

“The Larkins” (Acorn TV, streaming) is a new British family saga set in the 1950s Kent. 

A new real estate show for the season involves a real estate agent who doubles as a Santa on “House Hunters Ho Ho Home” (HGTV, 10 p.m.).

The second of four episodes of “Landscapers” (HBO, 9 p.m.) looks at the past of the unusual couple. 

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