1) “Ultimate Tag” season-finale, 9 p.m., Fox. To high-octane shows wrap up simultaneously. One (“Bulletproof,” listed next) is scripted; this one is action-reality. On a three-dimensional course, tag pros — really — chase contestants (shown here). All are top athletes, as are the hosts – J.J., Watt (named three times as the NFL’s top defensive player) and his brothers (also football pros), T.J. and Derek.
2) “Bulletproof” season-finale, 9 p.m., CW. This British show tends to have lots of action, dry comedy (sometimes lost in the accent and a plot that has stretched across the eight-episode season. Bishop and Pike have managed to infiltrate a Greek crime family. Now they’re ready for their raid … until their boss gets in the way, creating chaos.
3) “At Home With Amy Sedaris” season-finale, 10 p.m., TruTV. Yes, another finale. (Maybe there just won’t be any Wednesdays in August.) This take-off on an old-time homemaking show has Sedaris preparing a New Year’s Eve party. “I can’t believe it’s almost New Year’s Eve,” she says. We can’t either, actually. Sedaris plays three of her guests, but still has room for Paul Rudd, Chris Parnell and Michael McKean. In typical fashion, it’s loose and silly and moderately fun.
4) “Agents of SHIELD,” 10 p.m., ABC. Having finally survived the time storm, the team is propelled back to 1983, where an army of Inhunmans is being gathered. There, Daisy confronts her mother; the others must face a supercharged former enemy, in order to stop Malick.
5) “What the Shark?” 10:03 p.m., National Geographic. The standard sharks – big, sleek and scary – get most TV time, but there are plenty of others out there. One has a snout shaped like a sword, another has a snout like a hammer … with independent eyes far apart. Another is tiny, a camouflage master who gulps fish in shallow water. This is a fun collection of oddities.