1) “iZombie,” 8 p.m., CW. Next week, two CW gems will depart. It will be the final episodes of “Jane the Virgin” on Wednesday and “iZombie” a week from today; add “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (which concluded this spring) and you have the network’s best shows. As for tonight … Liv – the doctor who accidentally became a crimesolving zombie – gets devastating news; also, Clive (shown here) does some society dancing.
2) “Hollywood Game Night,” 9 p.m., NBC. The situation-comedy shortage is getting worse now. CBS and NBC have already replaced their Thursday sitcoms with summer reality shows, leaving little beyond ABC’s Tuesday ones … most of which will have next week off. One alternative is to catch this show, which often uses comedy people. Tonight has three from “Superstore” — Ben Feldman, Lauren Ash and Colton Dunn – plus actors Rob Riggle, Donald Faison and David Arquette.
3) “Elementary,” 10 p.m., CBS. Holmes’ foe, Odin Reichenback, has a surprising request. He’s a tech billionaire who’s developing a crime-prevention system. Now he wants Holmes and Watson to investigate someone the program says is about to commi a crime.
4) “Reef Break,” 10 p.m., ABC. A refinery explosion threatens lives. Now Cat (Poppy Montgomery) rushes to learn who caused it and what can stop it.
5) “Annie” (1982), 8 p.m., ET Turner Classic Movies. People keep trying to capture the simple joy of this musical, with mixed results. A 2014 remake cast singers who were merely adequate … a 1999 TV version was quite good … and this one has its flaws and its splendid moments. John Huston, a great director, was working way outside his strength here. But he had a gifted cast, led by Albert Finney (who also stars in “Tom Jones” at 10:15), Carol Burnett, Tim Curry and 10-year-old Aileen Quinn.