1) “Project Runway” finale, 9 p.m., Bravo. It’s time for the final four … or maybe three. Last week, four designers each showed three pieces, with judges considering sending someone home before the Fashion Week final. Then … well, the episode ended without telling us if they all survived. For now, we have opposites: Nancy Volpe-Beringer (shown here) is 64 and went to fashion school at 58. Victoria Cocieru is 27 and was a teen TV host in her native Moldava. Sergio Guadarrama is 36; Geoffrey Mac is 42.
2) “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” season-finale, 8:30 p.m., Freeform. This has been fairly good when focusing on Nicholas (writer-producer-director Josh Thomas), great when focusing on his half-sisters, Matilda (Kayla Cromer, who – like the character – is on the autism spectrum) and Genevieve (Maeve Press, a 16-year-old stand-up comedian). The finale sticks to the sisters; it’s funny, warm and even upsetting; Matilda trains to navigate New York alone, after being accepted by the Juilliard School.
3) “Mom,” 9 p.m., CBS. Next Thursday, the basketball tournament takes over CBS and our lives. With that in mind, CBS’ first-year comedies have their season-finales; it’s the fairly good “The Unicorn” at 8:30 and the disappointing “Carol’s Second Act” at 9:30. Meanwhile, the terrific “Mom” has its 150th episode: With friends’ help, the recently widowed Marjorie watches her grandchild for the first time.
4) “Devs,” any time, Hulu. This series – produced by FX, but only airing on Hulu – got off to a compelling start last week: Sergei tried to steal a tech code, but the boss (Nick Offerman) apparently had him killed … then came up with a tape that makes it look like suicide. Tonight, his girlfriend seems badly shaken and (literally) out on a ledge. Stick with this, though; the final 15 minutes, has a neat surprise. Smart and twisty, “Devs” seizes our attention.
5) Much more. “The Bold Type” (9 p.m., Freeform) has a good episode that brings turning points for Sutton and for her boss … who has finally shed a hairstyle that made her seem cold and distant. “Indebted” (9:30, NBC) has an OK episode, which is an improvement over last week. “Better Things” (10 p.m., FX) continues to be an odd pleasure: Now Sam wedges herself into her friends’ lives, while being perplexed by her own.