1) “America’s Got Talent” finals, 8-10:01 p.m., NBC. The 10 finalists get one more chance to impress us. Then viewers vote; on Wednesday, the show will have its 14th champion. There are lots of singers – Kodi Lee, Emanne Beasha and Benicio Bryant, plus the Detroit Youth Choir (shown here), the Ndlovu Youth Choir and Voices of Service. But there’s also variety — comedian Ryan Niemiller, violinist Tyler Butler-Figuera and two dance groups, the acrobatic V.Unbeatable and the light-up Light Balance Kids.
2) “Country Music,” 8 p.m., PBS, rerunning at 10. As World War II ended, the music was spreading. Bob Wills made it country-and-western, with his Texas swing; Bill Monroe added bluegrass. The pickers and fiddlers were gifted; then came some great lyrics. “Hank Williams had the guts to put into words what we were thinking, but were too embarrassed to say,” said producer Fred Foster. Williams sang of love, loss, sin and redemption. He died at 29, but is considered “the hillbilly Shakespeare.”
3) “Bring the Funny” finale, 10:01 p.m., NBC. Last week, the final four performed, plus the wildcard addition, Valleyfolk. There were two other groups – Lewberger and the Chris and Paul Show, and two standups, Tacarra Williams and Ali Siddiq. Tonight, the show names its first champion.
4) “Bachelor in Paradise” finale, 8-11 p.m., ABC. It’s time for love – or, at least, lust. The final four couples spend the night in “fantasy suites,” ABC says; for one, that doesn’t go well. More important is the announcement of the next “Bachelor” star. In the first 23 seasons, there’s never been a black bachelor; now Mike Johnson — who barely missed the final four on “Bachelorette” — is a possibility.
5) “NCIS,” “FBI” and “NCIS: New Orleans,” 8-11 p.m., CBS. A week before their new seasons start, all three shows rerun season-finales with intense crises for the main characters: Gibbs – troubled by his own history with vigilante justice – is asked to take revenge when Fornell’s daughter has an opiate overdose …. Maggie seeks a kidnap victim who has information about her husband’s death …. And Pride is separated from his team in a war-torn country.