“Scream” season-finale, 10 p.m., MTV.
Last week, young
viewers learned things that their elders knew many movies ago: 1)
Don't visit a lonely farm at night, especially if you're in a
serial-killer story; and 2) If you find a body, don't pull the
pitchfork out and hold it, just as the police arrive.
Now the mayor is
dead; Emma and Audrey have been arrested. To warm up for tonight's
finale, you can try more youth scares from “Dead of Summer,” at 9
p.m. on Freeform. Two weeks before the season-finale, the camp
counselors try to recover from a night of horror.
II: Olympics, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 8 p.m. to midnight, 12:35-4:30 a.m.,
events have their finals today, while gymastis apparatus competition
continues. NBC has gold-medal finals for women's 1500-meter run and
men's high jump and 110-meter hurdles.
but the cable networks will resist that. NBC Sports Network goes live
at 8 a.m. ET, USA at 9, MSNBC at noon and CNBC at 5 p.m.
ALTERNATIVE: “New Girl,” 8:30 p.m., Fox.
Jess never seems
headed for a solid, settled love life. Sure, she's dating Sam (David
Walton), a bright and handsome doctor; now, however, she confesses to
Cece that she's had a sex dream about Nick.
Also in this rerun,
Winston mopes because his police partner (Nasim Pedrad) has a
boyfriend. But Schmidt hears that the guy is a talent agent for pets;
he wants an audition for Furguson the cat.
“NCIS,” 8 p.m.,
CBS. In a rerun, Tony's identity has been stolen by several people.
Now it seems like he's blackmailing senators.
Nine-Nine,” 8 p.m., Fox. Terry (Terry Crews) frets that the
precinct thinks he's a joke. Now he wants Jake (Andy Samberg) to help
solve a case from his past.
Liars,” 8 p.m., Freeform. Mrs. Grunwald has a vision that the women
are in danger yet again. Also, they demand answers from the doctor
who delivered Mary's baby. Meanwhile, Ali decides to return to work,
grasping for some normalcy; Emily and Paige go after the same
p.m., Fox. As a crime-solving partner, Lucifer isn't very dependable.
In this rerun, he becomes bored with a case, quits it ... then wants
to rejoin it when something personal has been stolen.
“MadTV,” 9 p.m.,
CW. This is a quick rerun of the second episode, which aired two
weeks ago. “MadTV” alumni Ike Barinholtz (now of “The Mindy
Project”) and Bobby Lee host.
“Zoo,” 9 p.m.,
CBS. Trying to determine the origin of a set of triple helix animal
bones – crucial to solving the virus – Mitch (Billy Burke)
reluctantly asks his father (Robin Thomas) for help. Also, Jackson
(James Wolk) faces the toughest decision of his life.
Orleans,” 10 p.m., CBS. In a rerun, Pride's daughter has been
attacked on campus. Investigating, the team finds a shock – a
surveillance van, filled with photos of his every move.