1) “Will & Grace” series finale, 9 p.m., NBC, with retrospective at 9:30. A sometimes-great series ends (again) in its usual fashion. This episode is sometimes goofy, sometimes warm, occasionally very funny. One of those occasions comes at the start, with the profoundly pregnant Grace; there’a a Lucy-like feel here. The Jack and Karen scenes are, as usual, too broad; the ones with Will and Grace (shown here) mix humor and human depth. After a decade off, this show returned for three more seasons; we’re glad it did.
2) NFL draft, 8-11:30 p.m ET., ABC, ESPN and NFL Network. Right now, viewers seem hungry for sports. Six million of them saw the first two hours of “The Last Dance” (about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls), more than 50 percent higher than any previous ESPN documentary So expect strong ratings tonight, for this first round, done in a stripped-down, social-distance way. The next two will be 7-11:30 p.m. ET Friday; then things conclude from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday, with rounds 4 through 7.
3) “Better Things,” 10 p.m., FX. Some of the best moments have come from Hannah Alligood, 16, as Frankie – bright, boyish and always surprising. She opens this hour with a solo bit that’s delightful … and unrelated to the story that follows: Frankie wanted a quinceanera – a tradition for Mexican girls, but not what you expect in a Jewish family. Now that’s being combined with her sister’s bat mitzvah; even their long-absent father has been invited. The result neatly blends humor and solid drama.
4) “Brooklyn Nine Nine” season-finale, 8:30, NBC. It’s is a busy night for women nearing childbirth. In “Will & Grace,” Grace walks to the top of the Statue of Liberty; here, Amy takes command of the precinct during a black-out. It’s a broadly funny episode, complete with a memorable cop dance.
5) “The Goodbye Girl” (1977), 8 p.m ET., Turner Classic Movies. This was Neil Simon at his peak – with crackling smart dialog, written directly for the screen. Comedies rarely get noticed at Oscar time, but this drew five nominations (including best picture), with Richard Dreyfuss winning for best actor.