1) “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” finale, 8-10 p.m., NBC. This started by throwing together 40 acts that had done well in “Got Talent” shows – 22 in “America’s Got Talent.” Now the field is down to 10 – six from “AGT,” four from elsewhere. There are three singers (one — Hans, shown here — adding accordion and dance) and three dance groups (one adding acrobatics), plus acrobats, a trapeze act, a dog act and a violinist. Last Monday, viewers had their final vote; tonight, one act is named “world champion.”
2) “Washington,” 6-10 p.m., History. Using re-enactments, this three-night documentary offers a varied view of George Washington. In Sunday’s opener (rerunning at 6 p.m. today), We see him as a young officer, eager and error-prone. One error may have triggered the French and Indian War; he managed to hide another with an untruth. (Yes, Washington lied.) The mid-section – 8 p.m. today, rerunning at 10:03 and just past midnight – shows him gaining skill while commanding a rag-tag revolution.
3) “The Bachelor,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. It’s time for Peter Weber visit the homes of the final four women. That takes him Des Moines and South – Knoxville, Virginia Beach and Auburn University, in Alabama.
4) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. Last week, Bob said he loves Abishola … who said nothing. Now they have differing views on how the relationship is going. Also, his mother and her aunt and uncle try to set their feelings aside, when they must have dinner together.
5) “Prodigal Son,” 9 p.m., Fox. Even more than usual, tonight’s subject is death. Malcolm’s father, a convicted serial killer, lingers near death while hallucinating about one of his murders. Meanwhile, a new cased takes us to a convention, where morticians (including one played by Ana Gasteyer) are suspects. There’s some redeeming zest here from Keiko Agena as the enthusiastic medical examiner. In the final minutes, however, this episode goes wildly overboard.