1) “Brockmire” series finale, 10 p.m. ET, IFC. When the show started, Jim Brockmire (Hank Azaria, shown here)– a former big-time sportscaster — was at the bottom of the minor leagues. Now, after just four seasons and 32 episodes? We’ve jumped ahead to 2034 and the nation is in ruins. So is baseball, which has made Brockmire its commissioner. He ponders aligning with an artificial intelligence that has already crushed Google and Facebook and plans to rule the world. It’s a clever – and quite funny – finale.
2) “The Masked Singer,” 8 p.m., Fox. We’re getting to the serious part now, with real singers being ousted and unmasked. It was country’s Hunter Hayes last week, Bret Michaels (of Poison) the week before. They followed a socialite (Jordyn Woods) and a football player (Rob Gronkowski). Five people remain, with comedian Jeff Dye joining the panel. At 9 p.m., Nick Cannon hosts “After the Mask.”
3) “Single Parents,” 8:30 and 9:30 p.m., ABC. In the first episode, Angie tries to help Poppy and realizes she might still have feelings for Derek. In the second, the kids are going to Lance Bass Space Camp, so she decides to spend the summer with Derek; Will must scheme a way to stop her.
4) “What We Do in the Shadows,” 10 p.m., FX. Colin admits he’s not very good at his job, partly because he’s never learned what the company does. (It has something to do with playground equipment or land mines.) He’s an energy vampire, draining people’s energy. Then, alas, he gets a promotion. The result has some very funny moments … and will cause you to distrust the guy in the next cubicle.
5) “Expedition With Steve Backshall” return, 10 p.;m., PBS. After airing its first six episodes, this adventure show paused; now it’s back for the final four. First, Backshall descends 400 feet, in a pit that was part of a Mayan challenge. Then he hears of a newly discovered cave system.