1) “Live From Lincoln Center,” 9 p.m., PBS. A three-week spree of personal concerts concludes with the terrific Megan Hilty touring her far-flung career. She does songs from NBC’s “Smash” (“Don’t Forget Me,” “Let Me Be Your Star”) and from Broadway’s Wicked (“For Good,” with Shoshana Bean, her friend from their standby days; they’re shown here) and “9 to 5.” She’ll also do pop and more. At 10, PBS reruns last year’s hour with another top talent, two-time Tony-winner Sutton Foster.
2) “Blindspot,” 8 p.m., NBC. The TV season officially ended Wednesday, but “Blindspot” has three more hours – one tonight (a vengeful killer threatens the FBI) and two next Friday. It won’t be back until mid-season, when it starts its final year.
3) “Dynasty” (CW) or “Agents of SHIELD” (ABC), both 8 p.m.. “Dynasty” ends its season, with dark secrets being revealed; by comparison, “SHIELD” has barely started its season and will give us new episodes for much of the summer. Tonight, the team has a wild time on the planet Kitson, including Fitz and Enoch at the casino.
4) “Whistleblower” season-opener, 8 p.m., CBS. In Chicago, this show says, a cop committed a double crime – stealing drugs from dealers and planting them on suspects. Alex Ferrer talks to the person who exposed this; other stories this summer will range from money schemes – totaling $2 billion, CBS says – to the two people who told the FBI their concerns aout a polygamous cult.
5) “Pitching In,” any time, www.acorn.tv. From “Heart Guy” to “Agatha Raisin” and “800 Words,” Acorn is best with city folks moving to quirky places. Now a woman, her life tattered, returns to the Welsh coast, to run her dad’s ragged vacation park. It’s a semi-adequate, four-hour family drama, with a bonus: Hayley Mills — who was a teen delight in “Pollyanna,” “Parent Trap” and more — plays a real-estate agent and the dad’s love interest. Looking fine at 73, she has her first role in five years.