1) “SEAL Team,” 9 p.m., CBS. After loaning its timeslot to a music special last week, the show returns with its central character in jeopardy: Jason (David Boreanaz, shown here, center, in a previous episode) has been accused of committing a horrific crime on a mission. His colleagues are barred from conta\cting him, leaving him on his own.
2) “Genius: Aretha” finale, 9 and 10 p.m., National Geographic; repeats at 10:55 and 11:55. If you missed the first six episodes (airing on three nights), don’t worry: They rerun here, at 3:04, 4:11, 5:08, 6:08, 7:02 and 7:59 p.m. Bouncing between eras, they take Aretha Franklin through troubled times with her dad (a popular preacher) and her first husband, while triumphing. That concludes with her soaring “Amazing Grace” album. Now the final night starts with her dad getting in deep trouble.
3) “Resident Alien,” 10 p.m., Syfy. Asta and her dad learned last week that “Harry” is an outer-space alien who took human form. After an accident, the dad had to chop off Harry’s leg. And now? Alien anatomy, it seems, is different from ours. Also, there’s a fantasy-fan event, with Terry O’Quinn as an alien-hunter. It’s another terrific episode, setting up next week’s season-finale.
4) “The Masked Singer,” 8 p.m., Fox. Last week, Caitlyn Jenner, 71, was the first person bounced from Group B. Now we return to Group A, where another media star (Kermit the Frog) was the first ousted.
5) “The Conners,” 9 p.m., ABC. On one hand, Louise (Katey Sagal) won’t let Dan take a risk for him. On the other, her brother Neville (Nat Faxon) is asked to step up: He’s a veterinarian and the love interest of Jackie … who wants him to confront the competitors who gave her restaurant bad reviews.