1) “Scream” (1996), 9-11:30 p.m., CBS. We’re starting the final week (at last) before Halloween, with horror films everywhere. CBS has one of the best (airing a tad later than first planned). It began with a clever script from Kevin Williamson (“Dawson’s Creek”); then Wes Craven directed it beautifully, using a talented, young cast. Drew Barrymore has a great prologue; then the main body of the film stars Neve Campbell (shown here), Courteney Cox, Skeet Ulrich, David Arquette, Rose McGowan and more.
2) “Masterpiece: Flesh and Bloood” finale, 9 p.m., PBS. For three weeks, viewers have had basic questions: Who was it who was critically injured at Vivien’s 70th birthday party? Was it an accident or malice? Her three children have been suspicious of her new boyfriend, a doctor with an iffy past; meanwhile, their own lives have wobbled. Also, the sweet neighbor feels her only friend is being tugged away. This finale resolves things smartly, but can’t resist giving everyone some cruel jabs.
3) “The Undoing,” 9 p.m., HBO. When HBO linked with Nicole Kidman and writer-producer David E. Kelley for “Big Little Lies,” the result drew waves of praise. There were eight Emmys, including best mini-series and best actress (Kidman), plus eight more nominations, including Kelley’s scripts. Now they’re back with another book adaptation. Kidman plays a therapist who has a handsome husband (Hugh Grant) and an enviable existence … until mysteries surface and lives crumble.
4) “60 Minutes,” 7:30 p.m., CBS. Here are the show’s parallel interviews with Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. This drew attention when Trump cut his session short and later complained about interviewer Leslie Stahl.
5) And much more. Last week’s “The Trouble With Maggie Cole” (straining credability at times) had a cheery lady give a drunken radio interview, spilling village secrets and gossip; now (8 p.m., PBS) she ponders ways to apologize. Also, football (Bucs-Raiders) and the World Series (barring a sweep) collide. Cable has strong dramas (“Good Lord Bird,” 9 p.m., Showtime; and “Fargo,” 10 p.m., FX) and zombies (9 and 10 p.m., AMC). For the lighter side, Freeform has “Ghostbusters” (2016) at 6:10 p.m.