1) “American Masters,” 9-11 p.m., PBS. A great week of Burns brothers biographies concludes. For three nights, we had Ken Burns’ “Hemingway”; now here’s a beautifully crafted Ric Burns film: In 2015, Oliver Sacks (shown here), 81, learned he was dying of cancer. He spent 80 hours with Burns, who added other interviews. We see the gentle neurologist (depicted in the movie “Awakenings”) who was also a champion weightlifter, an amphetamine addict and someone who painfully buried his homosexuality.
2) “Wynonna Earp” series finale, 10 p.m., Syfy. Last week brought wild twists and transformations. Doc saved Mercedes’ life by changing her into a vampire … They used their powers to break out of jail … Doc was turned human again, reuniting Wynonna with her gun … And her sister, previously called Dark Waverly, was restored to normal. Now she may finally have her wedding with Nicole.
3) “Blacklist” (NBC) or “MacGyver” (CBS), both 8 p.m. On NBC, Liz sets a plan in motion that turns disastrous. And on CBS, Mac and Desi move in together … and he needs her help, when he finds he’s losing the ability to control his hands. Meanwhile, a mission takes them into the Italian car culture.
4) “Magnum P.I.,” 9 p.m., CBS. Magnum and Higgins have demonstrated many skills, none of them involving infant care. Now a baby has been left at the gates of the estate. While Kumu tries to find the mother, they’re babysitting … at the same time they work a case. That’s followed by a “Blue Bloods” in which Frank steps in when decades-old reports accuse Gormley of using excessive force.
5) Animated movies, cable. For cartoon fans, sequels are often a good thing. Tonight, Freeform has “Hotel Transylvania 3” (2018) at 6 p.m., followed by “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” (2019) – the third film in that series – at 8 and 10. TNT counters with “Despicable Me” (2010) and its sequel (2013), at 8 and 10.