1) “The Voice” finale, 9-11 p.m. today and Tuesday, NBC. For a while, Blake Shelton’s dominance was slipping. In 13 editions, he had six champions and seven runners-up; then Kelly Clarkson won two straight. Not to worry; Shelton now has three of the four finalists — Gythy Rigdon, Dexter Roberts and Andrew Sevener; John Legend has the fourth, Maelyn Jarmon. (She’s shown here with, from left, Sevener, Rigdon and Roberts.) Tonight, each does three songs; on Tuesday, one will be the winner.
2) “Red Nose Day,” 8-10 p.m. Thursday, NBC. It’s a busy week for Shelton: Shortly after wrapping “The Voice,” he’ll sing in this special, a fundraiser for kids worldwide. So will Clarkson – who will also be in the fundraising “Hollywood Game Night” at 10. Comedy portions include Kate McKinnon and Rob Gronkowski. (Yes, a funny Gronk.) And Richard Curtis, the Red Nose founder, has written a mini-sequel to his “Four Weddings and a Funeral” movie; it has Hugh Grant, Rowan Atkinson and more.
3) “National Memorial Day Concert,” 8 p.m. Sunday, PBS, repeating at 9:30. The week starts and ends with cascades of music. It’s the 30th year for this event, which (on the eve of Memorial Day) offers songs and emotional stories about soldiers. This year, country’s Alison Krauss and Justin Moore will be joined by Patti LaBelle, Gavin DeGraw, Amber Riley of “Glee,” Christopher Jackson of “Hamilton,” the National Orchestra and more. Mary McCormack, a late addition, will host with Joe Mantegna.
4) “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons,” 8-9:30 p.m. Wednesday, ABC. In 1971, Norman Lear’s “All in the Family” sparked TV’s first golden age of comedy. Still busy at 96, Lear co-produces and co-hosts these live shows, using old scripts. Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei play Archie and Edith Bunker, with Ellie Kemper and Ike Barinholtz as their daughter and son-in-law. Jamie Foxx and Wanda Sykes are George and Louise Jefferson, with Will Ferrell and Kerry Washington as their neighbors.
5) “Blood & Treasure” debut, 9-11 p.m. Tuesday, CBS. This summer will have more than reality and reruns, it turns out: CBS launches an ambitious series that spans decades and continents. In real life, explorers feel they are close to finding the remains of Antony and Cleopatra. In this tale, those have already been found by Nazis … and by scientists … and by grave-robbers. In this mildly entertaining opener, two feuding ex-lovers – he follows the rules, she doesn’t – join the search, with killers nearby.
6) “Elementary” season-opener, 10 p.m. Thursday, CBS. Here’s another fresh, scripted show for the summertime (although, alas, a deeply flawed one). After confessing to a murder he didn’t commit, Sherlock has fled to London. Watson went, too; she sometimes works with his former protege, Kitty Winters. We also see Captain Greig and Det. Bell, back in New York. The personal parts are fairly good; the case – like many in “Elementary” — is quite lame, then is resolved in a sudden, so-so blur.
7) The Fix” finale, 10 p.m. today, ABC. This series won’t be back next season, but that’s no problem: Tonight’s hour wraps up a self-contained story. With Marcia Clark as one of the producers, it has an intriguing notion: A prosecutor (a lot like Clark) tried to convict a movie star (a lot like O.J. Simpson) of murder. She lost and (unlike Clark) vanished, retreating to a ranch. Eight years later, he was charged with killing his girlfriend; she returned to work the case. Tonight, in the 10th episode, we get the verdict.
8) More finales. Everything (almost) is ending. That includes some that won’t return – NBC’s “Enemy Within” (10 p.m. today) and “The Village” (8 p.m. Tuesday), ABC’s “The Kids Are Alright” (8:30 p.m. Tuesday) and “Whiskey Cavalier” (10 p.m. Wednesday) – and many that will: ABC’s other Tuesday comedies; CBS’ “NCIS” (8 p.m. Tuesday), “SEAL Team” (10 p.m. Wednesday) and “Ransom” (9 p.m. Saturday); and NBC’s three Chicago shows (Wednesday), plus “Good Girls” (10 p.m. Sunday).
9) “Frontline,” 10 p.m. Tuesday, PBS. What was once casual – approving Supreme Court nominees – has become intense and angry. Democrats rejected Robert Bork and came close with Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh; Republicans left a vacancy for 14 months, rather than consider Merrick Garland, who “would have had 97 or 98 votes” out of 100 in most times, former Republican Sen. Jeff Flake says here. This hour views the impact of the Federalist Society on all of Donald Trump’s judicial choices.
10) “My Last Days” season-opener, 8 p.m. Wednesday, CW. For the next three Wednesdays, Justin Baldoni does double duty on CW. On “Jane the Virgin” (9 p.m.) he’s Rafael, one of Jane’s two true loves; he also creates and hosts these excellent, award-winning films about people facing the end of life. The opener has Jessica Stansell-Aiyegbusi, who went from a foster-care youth to being a mother of five and a mother figure to more. It also has Travis Flores, an author and activist with cystic fibrosis.