1) “Survivor” finale, 8-11 p.m., CBS. Surviving in a field of previous winners are two cops (Tony Vlachos, 45, and Sarah Lacina, 34) and an ex-Marine (Ben Driebergen, 36). They face the edition’s oldest person (Denise Stapley, 48), one of the youngest (Michele Fitzgerald, a travel consultant, 29) and one more, with Nick Wilson (shown here) as the newest member of the jury. Lacina and Stapley are both from Iowa, but Stapley is said to be the state’s only certified sex consultant. The final hour – including results and follow-up – will be done long-distance.
2) “The Goldbergs,” “Schooled” and “American Housewive,” 8-9:30 p.m., ABC. Most real-life teens didn’t get a prom this year, but the fictional ones do. At 8 p.m., Adam and Brea decide to go to the prom togther. At 8:30, Coach Mellor frets when Toby, a freshman, is invited to the prom by a senior. And at 9, Taylor needs one more accomplishment before she can go to the prom.
3) “The Masked Singer,” 8 p.m., Fox. There must be some terrific singers under those final masks. Last week’s loser – finishing only fifth – was the angelic-voiced Jackie Evancho. For half her lifetime – ever since being the “America’s Got Talent” runner-up at age 10 – she’s been a star. Previously, country’s Hunter Hayes and rock’s Bret Michaels were ousted. Next week, we’ll have the three-person finale.
4) “What We Do in the Shadows,” 10 p.m., FX. As a lazy sort of vampire, Laszlo has contented himself with occasional killing (creating a burial problem in the yard) and much inactivity. But now he faces a real threat from an old foe (Mark Hamill). His reaction? Naturally, he flees to a small town, changes his name and becomes a barkeep and volleyball coach. It’s an odd, but often quite funny, episode.
5) “Matilda” (1996), 7-9 p.m., Freeform. Roald Dahl had a rare knack for writing children’s books that brilliantly satirized grown-ups. Top directors have gone from there – Tim Burton’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG” and Danny DeVito’s “Matilda.” DeVito and his then-wife Rhea Perlman play the evil parents, with Mara Wilson, 9, glowing in the title role.