1) “Survivor” finale, 8-11 p.m., CBS. The show has its final five now – with one more emerging from the “Edge of Extinction.” And newcomers have prevailed. Four people(including Kelley Wentworth, shown here) had each done two previous editions; all are now in the Edge. Finalists are: Lauren O’Connell, 21, a Baylor student; Victoria Baamonde, 23, a Bronx waitress; Gavin Whitson, 23, a YMCA program director in Erwin, Tenn; Rick Devens, 33, a morning TV anchor in Macon; and Julie Rosenberg, 46, a New York City toymaker.
2) “Toy Story 2” (1999), 8-10 p.m., ABC. Five weeks before the fourth film reaches theaters, we can enjoy this second one. There are some great moments, especially when the toys learn of their stardom.
3) “Riverdale” season-finale, 8 p.m., CW. “Riverdale,” one character tells us (accurately), “is a hideous place, twisted and cruel.” Yes, this is the same Riverdale that was so sunny in all those Archie comic books. Now it has three serial killers. And Edgar Evernever, harvesting organs. And maybe Jason Blossom, back from the dead. That peaks tonight with an hour that’s brutal and nasty, but manages to wrap up lots of stories, while also giving us some new twists and cruelty for next season.
4) “Wahlburgers” season-opener, 9 p.m., Bravo. What’s the meanest thing you could do to Alex Rodriguez, the former Yankee great? After winning a bet, the Wahlbergs make him serve hamburgers at a spot filled with fans of their favorite team, the Red Sox.
5) “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” 10 p.m., Turner Classic Movies. There are lots of dusty old westerns out there, but few like this. William Goldman’s Oscar-winning script ripples with wit. Director George Roy Hill added the visual tricks to make it fun. And he had the perfect stars in Paul Newman and Robert Redford … who soon adopted “Sundance” as the name of his film festival and more.