“Dancing With the Stars” (ABC) or “The Voice” (NBC), 8 p.m.
Both shows will pick
their winners Tuesday, so this is the last chance for viewers to
vote. On ABC, it's one hour and the final three: Nyle DeMarco -- the
deaf model-actor, 27, already an “America's Next Top Model”
champion -- faces martial artist Paige VanZant, 22, and meteorologist
Ginger Zee, 35.
On NBC, it's two
hours and the final four, this time split evenly between all four judges. Blake Shelton has Adam Wakefield. Pharrell Williams has Hannah
Huston, Christina Aguilera has Alison Porter and Adam Levine has Laith Al-Saadi, who received the final save.
II: “The Bachelorette,” 9:01-11 p.m., ABC.
place in “Bachelor” history is unenviable: She's the only one to
hear “I love you,” yet be rejected. Now she's in charge, with
guys ranging from the charming Jordan Rodgers -- a former college
quarterback, like his superstar brother Aaron – to one who babbles
and goes virtually naked.
Others strain for
attention with what they ride (a motorcycle, a fake unicorn) or wear
(kilts, a Santa suit). Musically, one plays the piano (beautifully),
one plays the guitar (adequately); Wells Adams, a Nashville disc
jockey, tops that with All 4 One, an cappella group, as his personal
ALTERNATIVE: “The Odd Couple,” 8:59 and 9:29 p.m., CBS.
For most of the
season, CBS ignored this show; now it's gone the other way. After
seven months on the shelf, “Odd Couple” has been airing twice a
week and will get a Monday spot this fall.
That makes sense.
“Odd Couple” gets a tad silly at times, lacking the smarts of a
“Mom” or “Big Bang Theory”; still, it fires out fast-paced
jokes, some of them quite funny. Tonight's first episode has Felix
and Oscar competing heatedly for president of the tenant association;
the second, the season finale, has Oscar reluctantly trying Online
dating ... and ending up with Felix's ex-wife.
any time, www.acorn.tv. In a small
Irish town, a car dealer finds his business is failing and his
daughter is out of control. He concocts a revenge scheme, in this
“The Price is
Right,” 8 p.m., CBS. Over the next three nights, the show will have
primetime specials with contestants and fans of “Surivivor”
(tonight), “Big Brother” and “Amazing Race.” This one has
audience favorite Rupert Boneham and others, including three past
winners – Tina Wesson (Season 2), Rob Mariano (22) and Jeremy
season-finale, 8 p.m., Fox. There's a crisis (again): Det. Gordon and
young Bruce Wayne are captive in the research facility under Dr.
Strange's strange asylum. Also, the inmates plan an escape.
Doyle,” 9 p.m., Fox. Reports are spreading about a high-leaping
beast with demonic eyes. For Conan Doyle, who believes in the
supernatural, this is possible; Harry Houdini has his doubts.
“Whose Line Is It
Anyway?” season-opener, 9 and 9:30 p.m., CW. Each summer, CW
scatters some new shows (low-budget, pleasant-enough) amid the
reruns. This one has brilliant improvisers – Ryan Stiles, Wayne
Brady and Colin Mochrie. They link with Gary Anthony Williams in the
first half-hour and Keegan-Michael Key in the second.
Interest,” 9:59 p.m., CBS. Angry about not being told what's
happening, Fusco tackles some missing-persons cases on his own.
Meanwhile, Finch and Reese head to a wedding, to protect two people
the machine identified.
season-finale, 10:01 p.m., NBC. While the team struggles to save a
friend, Weller searches for the truth and Jane tries to help Oscar.