1) “American Ninja Warrior” (shown here in a previous week) finale, 9-11 p.m. NBC. Last week, only four of 16 finalists finished the course. There are still 11 more to tackle it tonight; then the top eight overall will face the “Power Tower” for the $100,000 prize. Lucas Reale, 21, a business student, is at the top so far. The others who finished: Najee Richarfdson, 29, a coach and ex-gymnast … Austin Gray, 22, a coach; he donated a kidney to a friend … and Jesse Labreck, 30, a gym-owner; her fiance, Chris DiGagi, fell shot.
2) “The Masked Singer,” 8 p.m., Fox. Last week – after a one-week baseball break — the show introduced Group C and unmasked talk-show host Wendy Williams; now the four survivors return. Next week brings back Group A (which previously shed rapper Busta Rhymes and actor Brian Austin Green); a week later is B, which dropped actor Mickey Rourke and ex-quarterback Mark Sanchez.
3) More games. This is the final week of reality/game overload. Next week, CBS opens the “SWAT” season and NBC opens the season for all three Chcago dramas. For now, it’s games – NBC’s “The Wall” at 8 p.m., Fox’s “I Can See Your Voice” at 9, CBS’ “Amazing Race” during both hours. If you insist on a drama, catch CW’s “Devils” and “Coroner” at 8 and 9 p.m. and CBS’ “SWAT” rerun at 10.
4) “The Conners,” 9 p.m., ABC. COVID continues to dominate this smart comedy. With all her money sunk into the Lunch Box, Jackie is determined to keep it open. And in her new job at Wellman Plastics (former workplace of her mom Roseanne and Aunt Jackie), Darlene tries to isolate herself … leaving co-workers to consider her an elitist snob.
5) “The Con,” 10 p.m., ABC. Prince Khalid bin al-Saud made an instant impression in Miami. He drove a fancy car, lived in a penthouse, talked of big deals with his dad the king. Some people became suspicious – especially after he ordered prosciutto at a business lunch (forbidden in the Muslim religion). This was, police say, a long con; he was really a Colombian native, raised in Michigan, who started his Saudi-prince act in Detroit, 30 years ago, at 18, and had been arrested 11 times.