“The Voice” finale, 9-11 p.m., NBC.
So far, two judges
have dominated “The Voice": Blake Shelton has had four winners,
Adam Levine has had three, the people alternating in two chairs have
totalled only two, for Pharrell Williams and Usher.
This time, however, each judge has one person in the final four. Shelton has Adam Wakefield, Williams has Hannah Huston, Christina Aguilera
has Alison Porter ... and Levine survived when Laith Al-Saadi received the instant save, Their Monday performances will rerun at 8 p.m., leading into the big finish.
“Dancing With the Stars” finale, 9-11 p.m., ABC.
It's a collision of
reality finales. One will give a young singer a career boost; the
other will ... this one will, well, give someone a disco-ball trophy.
Nyle DeMarco, 27,
fresh from being the final wnner of the CW version of “America's
Next Top Model,” has been a favorite throughout. He faces Ginger
Zee, 35, the “Good Morning America” meteorologist, and Paige
VanZant, 22, a martial artist who survived as three football stars
ALTERNATIVE: “The Night Manager” finale, 10 p.m., AMC.
Over five weeks, two
gifted British actors have collided. Hugh Laurie is Roper, a weapons
dealer with the mask of a philanthropist; Tom Hiddleston – a prime
possibilty as the next James Bond – is Pine (also using other
names), an ex-soldier doing undercover spy work for a rogue British
Pine has become a
top Roper aide, but now comes a new crisis – a meeting in Egypt,
with people who knew him in his old identity. This John le Carre
story heads toward a big finish.
ALTERNATIVE II: “Hotel Hell” season-opener, 8 p.m., Fox.
On the edge of
Yellowstone Park, Dave Eby built Angler's Lodge by hand. The lodge
and the setting are gorgeous and business thrived, until the death of
their 10-year-old son. “I went to bed for three years,” Dede Eby
says. The business and the family became frayed.
Now Gordon Ramsay
must be a food expert (which he is), a hotel consultant and a
relationship counselor. There are some bitter moments, as he tells
the staff (accurately): “You're just drowning, way over your
heads.” And, of course, there's a happy ending.
“The Price is
Right,” 8 p.m.,CBS. This special includes “Big Brother” fans
and nine of the past contestants, including three winners – Ian
Terry (season two), Rachel Reilly (13) and Ian Terry (14).
season-finale, 8 p.m., CW. After learning Zoom's plan, Barry vows to
“Fresh Off the
Boat” season-finale, 8 p.m., ABC. Ken Jeong, the “Dr. Ken”
star, guests as Louis' estranged brother, arriving with big news.
“The Real O'Neals”
season-finale, 8:30, ABC. As prom nears, Kenny has two things to fret
about – the perfect “prom-posal” and whom, exactly, to ask.
Interest,” 9 and 10 p.m., CBS. In a rarity, two ratings leaders
(“NCIS” and “NCIS: New Orleans”) get a week off. The first
“POI” finds Root going undercover, to protect a controversial
radio personality. The second has Finch and Reese trapped in a
hospital that may be ground zero for a virus.
p.m., CW. At this pace, no one will want to go to hospitals. They're
ground-zero for virus outbreaks in this show at 9 and then in “Person
of Interest” at 10. Katie and Jake, who have been inside the
hospital, scramble to find Thomas, after learning that everyone in
his family has died.
“Secrets of the
Dead,” 9 p.m., PBS (check local listings). Once a huge metropolis,
Teotihuacan vanished almost 2,000 years ago. Now – in an
interesting hour that Indiana Jones would love – archaeologist
Sergio Chavez searches for tombs under the Pyramid of the Feathered