1) “Modern Family” marathon, 8-11 p.m. Wednesday, ABC. As its April 8 farewell nears, this show – five-time winner of the best-comedy Emmy – revisits its splendid past. Here are six episodes chosen by viewers’ votes; that starts with the pilot(shown here) that introduced Lily to the family and the show to us. At 8:30 is the great moment when the kids spot their parents having sex. Also: Jay helps Manny’s sales at 9; a Las Vegas trip at 9:30; a gem seen through Claire’s computer at 10; an alliance to hide mistakes at 10:30.
2) “Project Runway” finale, 9 p.m. Thursday, Bravo. The show’s new competition — “Making the Cut,” with Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum – arrives in two weeks. First, “Runway” reruns most of its season, starting at 6 a.m.; at 7:30 p.m., last week’s episode has the final four, a varied bunch. Nancy Volpe-Beringer is 64 and went to fashion school at 58. Victoria Cocieru is 27; she was a teen TV host (married to a soccer pro) in her native Moldava. Others: Sergio Guadarrama, 36, and Geoffrey Mac, 42.
3) “The Bachelor” finale, 8-10 p.m. today and Tuesday, ABC. Don’t even try to figure this one out. Madison Prewett (23, a foster parent recruiter) told Peter Weber (28, a pilot) that she’s saving herself for marriage and might not continue if he’d slept with Hannah Ann Sloss of Victoria Fuller. He said he had … she left … then she returned and he sent Fuller home. Now he’s supposed to choose between Sloss (23, a model) and Prewett. It will take two nights, a visit form his family, and some more drama.
4) More season-finales, tonight. This is farewell day. Fox wraps “9-1-1: Lone Star” from 8-10 p.m. (Michelle learns details about her missing sister), a week before bringing back the regular “9-1-1”; CW wraps up two shows: In “All-American” at 8, everything is in the air; the school may transform into a magnet school and the coach makes a big decision. And in “Black Lightning,” Wayne Brady continues his surprising season: After winning “The Masked Singer,” he’s the Gravedigger, battling our hero.
5) “Cosmos” season-opener, 9 and 10 p.m. today, National Geographic. As lots of shows depart, a classic returns. Carl Sagan’s “Cosmos” debuted in 1980 and (until 1990) was PBS’ most-watched show ever. In 2014, Ann Druyen (Sagan’s widow) and Seth Macfarlane launched a sequel on Fox. Now they have the third round – 13 Nat Geo hours that could reach Fox this summer. Tonight, Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses the formation of the universe. Then he ponders other planets that could be inhabitable.
6) “This Is Us” and “New Amsterdam.” 9 and 10 p.m. Tuesday, NBC. After stepping aside last week for “Super Tuesday” results, NBC’s best dramas are back. “This Is Us” is two weeks from its season-finale, always a big deal; tonight, the family heads to New York. “New Amsterdam” still has seven episodes. Tonight, the possibility of a massive lawsuit looms; Max, Bloom and Reynolds scan through what happened. Also, Iggy, the psychiatrist, confronts a school; Kapoor gives in to his superstition.
7) “Mom,” 9 p.m. Thursday, CBS. It’s the final week before the basketball tournament dominates CBS’
Thursdays, so two comedies have season-finales: It’s been a fairly good first year for “The Unicorn” (8:30 p.m.), a disappointing one for “Carol’s Second Act” (9:30). But every year is a good one for “Mom,” which ripples with wit and beautifully drawn characters. Tonight, the recently widowed Marjorie (Mimi Kennedy) is watching her granddaughter for the first time; her friends try to help.
8) “Flack” season-opener, 10 p.m. Friday, Pop. Last season, we met Robyn (Anna Paquin), a public relations whiz who shields celebrities … while ducking her own trouble from pill addiction. In this smart and saucy opener, she’s still addicted and faces a new personal problem. And yes, others need help. One is caught in a brothel raid; another (Daniel Dae Kim) is brought by Robyn’s boss’ ex-husband … played by Sam Neill, Paquin’s long-ago co-star, when she won an Oscar in “The Piano.”
9) “Fast and Furious” everywhere, Saturday. How many roaring engines do we need in one day? We can see (and/or record) eight of the nine “F&F” movies. WGN America has the first four at 9 and 11 a.m. and 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.; it then reruns the first two at 5:30 and 7:30, skips the third and reruns the fourth at 10. The fifth? That’s at 5:45 p.m. on HBO. Others are at 8 p.m. – the seventh on FX, the eighth on NBC, the ninth on HBO. Only the sixth is missing; it’s 10 p.m. Sunday on FX.
10) “Westworld” season-opener, 9 p.m. Sunday, HBO. This show takes its time. It was 16 months between the end of the first season and the start of the second … and another 20 months after the second. “Westworld” has drawn praise– 41 Emmy nominations, with seven wins – and confusion. Now the sentient androids have escaped. Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) is in futuristic Los Angeles with a guy (Aaron Paul); Maeve (Emmy-winner Thandie Newton) is in a different park, based on Fascist Italy.