1) “Tough as Nails” finale, 9-11 p.m., CBS. The team prize was handed out last week, but now comes the big one – an individual prize of $200.000 and a truck. Starting with 12 people, “Nails” – already renewed for next season – has its final five. There are two women – Linda Goodridge, 29, a deputy sheriff; and Callie Cattell, 28, a fisherman – and three men. Danny Moody, 33, is a drywaller; Miles Pak, 28, is a forestry tech; “Murph” Murphy (shown here), 47, is a Marine veteran. Phil Keoghan hosts.
2) “Coroner,” 9 p.m,., CW. Adjusting to widowhood, Jenny hosts Thanksgiving for her dad (Nicholas Campbell, a big star in Canadian TV), her late husband’s mother and two friends. Then the plumbing breaks and, of course, a body is discovered. That follows “The 100,” which simply reruns its previous episode: Clarke is glad to see Bellamy alive, but stunned by his new beliefs.
3) “America’s Got Talent,” 8 p.m., NBC. Tonight, we learn which acts get the final five places in the semi-finals. So far, 15 spots are filled, including lots of music – five singers, a vocal duet, a choir and a drummer. There’s a daredevil and a sword-swallower … which is also sort of daring the Devil. And there’s a dance group and a salsa duo, plus a magician, an aerielist and a “diablo duo.”
4) “The Conners,” 9 and 10:30 p.m., ABC. The night is stuffed with six comedy reruns, including the consistently clever “Conners.” First, Jackie tries to re-open the Lunch Box, with wobbly results. Then – in a much-later episode – Dan is ready to express his feeling to Louise and Darlene realizes how much she wants a baby. Also, Ben is overwhelmed by handyman and babysitting chores.
5) “Sweet Charity” (1969), 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. Fans of the “Fosse/Vernon” mini-series will want to see this, which played a key part. Gwen Vernon had triumphed on Broadway, but when her husband (Bob Fosse) made his movie-directing debut, the studio wanted Shirley MacLaine. It’s a fun film, with a lively score. Also for movie buffs, Freeform has Tim Burton films. one great – “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (2005), at 8:30 p.m. – and one uneven, “Alice in Wonderland” (2010), at 6.