1) “Fresh Off the Boat” series finale, 8 and 8:30 p.m., ABC. This began six years ago with the real life of Eddie Huang. In the 1980s, his family moved from Washington, D.C., to Orlando … where he and his brothers felt like the only Chinese kids. That’s reflected in tonight’s first episode: The boys return to Washington to dig up their time capsule. In the second, Eddie wants to become a chef (which he did do in real life); then his mother sees his high SAT scores and tries to change his mind. (Shown here are Hudson Yang and Randall Park, as Eddie and dad.)
2) “Country Music” finale, 9-11 p.m., PBS. By the late 1980s, the slick, citified “Nashville sound” was wearing thin. Country needed new stars – and got a bunch. There was George Strait, Randy Travis, Reba McEntire, the Judds and Garth Brooks … who, in 1993, had four sold-out concerts at Texas Stadium. This conclusion to Ken Burns’ superb series ends in 1996. It also includes some emotion, wrapping up Johnny Cash’s life and telling the story of Vince Gill’s “Go Rest High on the Mountain.”
3) “Trumbo” (2015), 8 p.m., Showtime. Blacklisted for his political views, Dalton Trumbo persisted as one of the Hollywood greats. Two of his scripts – “Roman Holiday” and “The Brave One” – won Oscars, credited to other names. “Trumbo” could have been an angry film, but writer John McNamara and star Bryan Cranston (who drew an Oscar nomination) show a light touch. They savor Trumbo’s resilience and his ability to help his colleagues find low-budget films, unworthy of their talent.
4) “Hawaii Five-0,” 9 p.m., CBS. A fabled crime novel from the 1920s was never published. Someone must have read it, though: Some new murders seem to be copying ones in the book. Also, there’s a turn in the relationship between Tani and Junior.
5) “Hunters” debut, any time, Amazon Prime. Al Pacino has become a streaming star. Last year, it was Netflix’s “The Irishman,” bringing his ninth Oscar nomination. (He has one win.) Now it’s Prime, playing the leader of Nazi-hunters in 1977 New York. Netflix is also busy today. It has a new movie (“The Last Thing He Wanted,” political thriller with Anne Hathaway and Ben Affleck) and three new series – comedy (“Gentrefied”), drama (“Puerta 7”) and documentary (“Babies”).