1) “Jane the Virgin” series finale, 9 p.m., CW. Jane’s grandmother (shown here with her daughter and granddaughter) has always loved telenovela finales. “The good people get what they deserve,” she says. “And there’s usually a wedding.” Now we get all of that and more. It’s the 100th episode (if you count the 8 p.m. hour of interviews as No. 99) and many of the key issues were settled in No. 98. Still, there are a few surprises … including a bizarre wedding vehicle. Eventually, good people — and good viewers — do get what they deserve.
2) “Four Weddings and a Funeral” debut, any time, Hulu. Four Americans head to London, for a grand experience: Their friend is about to marry a British chap. And no, it can’t be that easy; it never is in romantic comedies. Mindy Kaling is a fan of all the rom-com traditions, but she also brings a wit and intelligence to twist them in new ways. With co-writers Tracey Wigfield and Matt Warburton, she’s adapted the 1994 movie into a 10-part series that opens with charm and humor.
3) Democratic debate, 8-11 p.m., ET CNN. The second night of this round pits Joe Biden against two of his critics, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker. It also has Julian Castro, Kristen Gillibrand, Bill de Blasio, Tulsi Gabbard, Jay Inslee, Michael Bennet and Andrew Yang.
4) “Capsized: Blood in the Water,” 9 p.m., Discovery. After 32 years, “Shark Week” has its first scripted movie. This one is based on the true story of a Florida-bound yacht that capsized, stranding people for days in shark-filled waters; Josh Duhamel stars. Afterward, at 11, Rob Riggle has his nightly “Shark After Dark.”
5) “Archer” season-finale, 10 p.m., FXX, repeating at 11. Sterling Archer has been in a coma all season, imagining this wild, outer-space tale. As it peaks, his mind is even more wobbly. He’s on trial for attempted murder and mutiny and more; also, his rival Barry is back, as a robot leading other robots. It’s a wild (and wildly funny) finish to an animated tale for grownups.