"Great American Road Trip" (7 p.m., WMAQ-Channel 5): Root for the Cootes family of Lockport to win the $100,000 on Route 66.
"Scaramouche" (7 p.m., Turner Classic Movies): If you've ever wondered what Freddie Mercury was singing about in "Bohemian Rhapsody," check out this 1952 film about an 18th-century Frenchman (Stewart Granger) who poses as a clown.
"Jail" (8 p.m., WPWR-Channel 8): Take a break from the usual travelogues to tour the jails of Las Vegas, Portland, Ore., and Tacoma, Wash.
"Warehouse 13" (8 p.m., Syfy): The Sci Fi Channel officially rebrands itself to incorporate more fantasy with this "thrillerodomy" about "America's Attic," which has many strange and fantastical artifacts. I will watch anything with Saul Rubinek in it.
"P.O.V." (10 p.m., WTTW-Channel 11): A profile of Jason Crigler, a guitarist who survived a near-fatal brain hemorrhage.