Returning champ

Peyton Manning hosts the 2017 ESPYs, perhaps as part of a thank-you for receiving an Icon Award during last year’s ceremonies. Maya Moore is one of the few Minnesota athletes with a shot of going home with hardware.

7 p.m. KSTP, Ch. 5

The sky is falling

Pretty people, including St. Paul native Ian Anthony Dale, are the only ones who can save the world from an incoming asteroid in “Salvation,” a new drama that’s not quite compelling enough to merit a slot in the fall schedule. But it should appeal to doomsday theorists who refuse to take the summer off.

8 p.m. WCCO, Ch. 4

No apologies

Andy Samberg and Will Ferrell are big enough supporters of Andrea Savage to put their names on her new series, “I’m Sorry.” You’ll join the fan club as well after watching the first few episodes of this “Curb Your Enthusiasm”-type comedy. Savage plays a mother who reacts to her child spewing racially insensitive comments and learning that her neighbor was once a porn star by sticking both feet in her mouth.

9 p.m. TruTV

Neal Justin