1) “The Voice” finale, 9-11 p.m., NBC. Blake Shelton’s dominance finally seemed to be slipping. In the first 13 editions, he had six champions and seven runners-up; but then Kelly Clarkson had the winner in her first season … and again in her second. Now, however, Shelton is back on top, with three people in the final four. The lone exception is Maelyn Jarmon, on John Legend’s team; she’s shown here with Shelton’s guys — from left: Andrew Sevener, Gythy Rigdon and Dexter Roberts.
2) “Blood & Treasure” debut, 9-11 p.m., CBS. In real life, explorers insist they’re close to finding the consummate artifacts – the tombs of Antony and Cleopatra. And in fictional life? This story gives us Nazis (via flashbacks) and scientists and graverobbers and more, plus two ex-lovers who are opposites: He follows the rules, she doesn’t. This is a globe-trekking tale that’s part Indiana Jones, part “Whiskey Cavalier” and partly entertaining.
3) “Fosse/Verdon,” 10 p.m., FX. So far. Gwen Verdon has offered the sunshine in the world of her husband, Bob Fosse. Now even she is feelig tattered. She’s starring in her dream project, the “Chicago” musical, but his dark direction leaves her frustrated; she soon unleashes some fierce dialog.
4) Season-finales. “The Kids Are Alright” (8:30 p.m., ABC) may have been this year’s best new broadcast comedy, but it won’ be back for a second season. In tonight’s finale, Lawrence is moving out; his dad is happy about it, his mom isn’t. This also ends the first and only season for “The Village” (8 p.m., NBC) … and the 16th for “NCIS” (8 p.m., CBS). It will be back, as will tonight’s other ABC comedies (“American Housewife,” “Black-ish” and “Bless This Mess”), all with season-finales.
5) “1969” (ABC) or “Frontline” (PBS), 10 p.m. We can choose the distant or recent past. ABC visits the summer of ’69: In June, the “Stonewall uprising” sparked the modern gay-rights movement; in August, the Woodstock festival promised three days of love. Meanwhile, PBS views modern strive: Its richly detailed documentary shows fierce battles over Supreme Court nominations; it also views the impact of the Federalist Society, which gave Donald Trump a list of approved court nominees.;