1) “Agents of SHIELD” (shown here), 10 p.m., ABC. In its seventh and final season. “SHIELD” keeps changing decades … and maybe changing genres Tonight, ABC implies, will be in the “film noir” style. Dumped into 1955, the team realizes that date is key to SHIELD history. The animated “Toy Story 3” (2010) precedes this at 8 p.m.
2) “Bulletproof,” 9 p.m., CW. Two multi-episode stories are taking hold: One (starting tonight) involves a fake – and lethal — modeling agency. The other has the two black cops infiltrate a Greek crime family. (“You think we’ll stand out?” one deadpans.) Wedged into the hour is clever dialog, plus zippy action. Much of the dialog is lost in the British accents, but the action translates well; there’s a high-octane (if wildly unlikely) car chase and a funny/tough confrontation with an angry giant.
3) “Prehistoric Road Trip” debut, 10 p.m., PBS. Emilie Graslie waa born in dino-country – Rapid City, S.D., which has had a dinosaur-sculpture park since 1936. She was an art major at the University of Montana … until volunteering at a museum there. Soon, she had a YouTube channel (“The Brain Scoop”) and she became “chief curiosity correspondent” for the Field Museum in Chicago. Now she leads a journey through prime fossil turf, including Montana, the Dakotas, Wyoming and Nebraska.
4) Swimsuit films, Turner Classic Movies Here’s the second of three “swimsuit Wednesdays.” This time, that includes Elvis’ “Blue Hawaii” (1961) at 10 p.m., followed by the not-too-bad “Ride the Wild Surf” (1964) at midnight. At 2 a.m. is Burt Lancaster’s well-made but dreary “The Swimmer.” These are encased by films at 8 p.m. and 5 a.m., with Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan. No, Tarzab doesn’t actually have a swimsuit … but neither did Raquel Welch last week in “One Million Years B.C.”
5) ALSO: On “The 100” (8 p.m., CW), Octavia is introduced to a new world. And on FX, there’s an animation marathon, stuffed with movies that are thoroughly enjoyable, without being more. It’s “Rio 2” (2014) at 4 p.m., “The Secret Life of Plants” (2016) at 6 and “Sing” (also 2016) at 8 and 10:30.