Shelton will be keeping his regular schedule on "The Voice," which is likely to dominate the week's ratings. (The competition is far lighter with the broadcast season over.) The finalists perform at 8 p.m. Monday on NBC. The network offers a recap special at 8 p.m. Tuesday, followed by the results at 9.
Shelton will be back at 9 p.m. Wednesday to oversee "Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert" on NBC. He organized the telethon for Oklahoma tornado victims. Luke Bryan, Rascal Flatts and Ryan Tedder have been added to the lineup of Miranda Lambert, Reba and Vince Gill.
For classic pop music, look to PBS' tribute to Carole King at 8 p.m. Tuesday. President Barack Obama salutes singer/songwriter King, recipient of the Library of Congress' Gershwin Prize. James Taylor, Billy Joel, Gloria Estefan, Trisha Yearwood and Emeli Sande sing King's creations. Joel delivers "Loco-Motion." Taylor goes acoustic on "Up on the Roof." Estefan, Sande and Yearwood join forces on "Will You Love Me Tomorrow." And King sings a medley of her hits, including "You've Got a Friend."
Reality is big this week.
"The Bachelorette" starts a new season at 8 p.m. Monday on ABC. Desiree Hartsock, who was rejected by Sean Lowe, takes the title role. The romantic hopefuls introduce themselves shirtless, with a child and in a suit of armor.
Chris Powell starts a third season of "Extreme Weight Loss" at 8 p.m. Tuesday on ABC. The transformation specialist and his wife, Heidi, try to help two people -- spouses, twins -- lose weight simultaneously.
"So You Think You Can Dance" continues at 8 p.m. Tuesday on Fox. Sebastian Serra of the Orlando Ballet wowed judges last week.
Can a cooking show succeed on network TV without Gordon Ramsay's theatrics? CBS rolls out "The American Baking Competition" at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Jeff Foxworthy hosts and samples the creations.
News runs the gamut. Barbara Walters turns to royal baby issues by cavorting with a Kate Middleton lookalike on an ABC special, "Bringing Up Baby: Royal Edition," at 10 p.m. Monday.
CBS tries something different with "Brooklyn DA," a six-part documentary series about driven prosecutors. The premiere is at 10 p.m. Tuesday.
In the same time slot on ABC, "Body of Proof"ends its run. The Dana Delany series was very popular in Central Florida, but it didn't attract enough young adults to win another season on ABC. So it looks like the end for this medical examiner drama, unless another programmer picks up the show. Megan (Delany) ends her run by investigating her father's death.
Monday is a big night on A&E. "The Glades" starts its fourth season at 9 p.m. with a ghost story. "Longmire" begins its second season at 10.
"Psych" offers its season finale at 10 p.m. Wednesday on USA. Anthony Michael Hall and Joey Slotnick guest star. USA says that "an eccentric police consultant" questions the team about its "seemingly poor police work on a tough case."