1) “Hawaii Five-0” series finale, 9 p.m., CBS. A 22-year TV tradition ends. The original “Five-0” ran 12 seasons and this reboot did 10 more. Now its finale includes flashbacks with three deceased people – Steve McGarrett’s father, the man who killed him (Victor Hesse) and the man who ordered it (Wo Fat). McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin, shown here) finally solves the case that his father left him. Also, Wo Fat’s widow kidnaps and wounds Danny, trying to get the coded message that was sent by McGarrett’s late mother.
2) “Blue Bloods,” 10 p.m., CBS. After two weeks of reruns – when it expected that the basketball tournament would take over – this show is new again, with internal trouble. Frank faces backlash when he suspends a violent cop; Danny arrests a gangster who may have protectors inside the police department. And Erin – Frank’s daughter, Danny’s sister – has an iffy witness.
3) “Somewhere South” (9 p.m.) and “Dishing With Julia Child” (10 and 10:30), PBS. Vivian Howard gets a double lesson in cuisine history. On her own show, she views the impact of Edna Lewis, the pioneering teacher and author who boosted the profile of African-American cuisine. And in the 10:30 “Dishing,” she’s one of four chiefs marveling at Child’s long-ago approach to breads; in the series debut at 10, Jose Andre and Eric Ripert ponder fish.
4) Movies, cable. Grown-ups might catch the Oscar-winning delight “Slumdog Millionaire” (2008) at 7:55 p.m. on HBO, or the high-octane “Top Gun” (1986) at 8. And families get a marathon on FX. It’s “Captain Underpants” at 12:30 p.m., “Ferdinand” at 2:30, “Boss Baby” at 5, “Minions” at 7 and – indirectly putting kids in the Easter mood – “Peter Rabbit” at 9.
5) Streaming. Amazon Prime has the third and fourth episodes of “Making the Cut” (its 10-part design competition), while also debuting the fantasy series “Tales From the Loop.” And Netflix has a new season of “Money Heist.” The third season ended with the crooks in a bad place – specifically, inside the Bank of Spain, with unyielding police outside.