1) “Modern Family” season finale, 9 p.m., ABC. This is the sort of episode “Modern Family” savors, bouncing through several small stories. It’s almost time for Haley and Dylan to have their twins; that causes others to recall the birthdays that came during this hectic year. It wraps up the 10th season; only one more remains, for a top series (shown here with last week’s graduation episode) that once won five straight Emmys for best comedy series.
2) “Empire” season-finale, 8 p.m., Fox. The season started with Lucious staring at a coffin. Now we learn who’s inside. Is it Andre, whose heart is failing and has no shot at the organ-donation list? Or someone else, who might make a directed donation? All we know is that last week, Lucious agreed to assist Andre’s suicide … then was stopped by Cookie. Tonight, she’ll have some words about that.
3) “The Goldbergs” and “Schooled,” 8 and 8:30 p.m., ABC. Here are key moments for Barry Goldberg. First, high school graduation brings the end of an era for him and his pals (“The Jenkintown Posse,” or JTP); also, he and Adam try to throw a massive breakdancing concert. Then – flashing forward for “Schooled” — we see him try to win back his high school love Lainey, with help from the JTP guys.
4) “Jane the Virgin,” 9 p.m., CW. The bad news is that this show – like CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” before it — seems to be stalling in its final season. The Michael-or-Rafael thing feels full of arbitrary detours. The good news: Some of the detours are fun … especially tonight, when Jane visits Michael’s ranch life in Montana. It’s a dandy episode … until another arbitrary detour in the final minute.
5) Much more. This overstuffed night has more season-finales — “Star,” 9 p.m., Fox; “Single Parents,” 9:31, ABC. It has a Paul Newman focus, highlighted by Newman and Elizabeth Taylor in the brilliant “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1958) at 12:45 a.m. ET on Turner Classic Movies. And “State of the Union” (10 p.m. ET, Sundance) has another 10-minute, two-character gem — this time with a tiny change: For the first time, we hear a third and fourth character; they utter a combined total of 11 words.