1) “America’s Got Talent,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. Five spots remain in the 10-person finals; now 11 acts compete for them. There are lots of singers – Celina Graves (shown here), Cristina Rae, Kenadi Dodds, Daneliya Tuleshova, Voices of Our City – and two dance acts, BAD Salsa and W.A.F.F.L.E. Crew. Also, a magician (Max Major), a daredevil (Jonathan Goodwin), a sword-swallower (Brett Loudermilk) and acrobats (Bello Sisters). Tonight, viewers vote; on Wednesday, we’ll learn who survives.
2) “Presidential Town Hall,” 9 p.m. ET, ABC. Every Tuesday seems to be important now. Tonight, Donald Trump takes questions from undecided voters; George Stephanopolous is the moderator. (Joe Biden, who has a town hall at 8 p.m. Thursday on CNN, has been invited to a separate event.) A week later, PBS has “The Choice,” its simultaneous biography of both men. On Tuesday, Sept. 29, they debate. Also Tuesday, Nov. 3, will be quite important.
3) “Modern Family,” 8 and 8:30 p.m., ABC. Here’s another chance to see the two-part series finale, a good one. Phil and Claire decide there are too many of their adult children living with them; Mitchell and Cam adjust to their second round of parenthood … when a fresh job offer changes everything.
4) “Tell Me a Story,” 9 p.m., CW. The bad news is that there are some nasty turns – a brutal, close-up murder in one story, some torture in another. The good is that we get major revelations: The stories start to tie together; also, flashbacks reveal secrets about Kayla’s teacher/lover/stalker.
5) “Transplant,” 10 p.m., NBC. The first two episodes have been terrific; this one is merely quite good. That’s partly because its ending is unclear and partly because it has an overused medical-show cliché – the parent who wants to ban treatment. This one does, at least, offer a decent variation, involving an older sibling. And other plot twists are first-rate, as Bashir juggles his new life and helping an undocumented friend who’s pursued by authorities.