1) “Last Man Standing” series-finale, 9 and 9:30 p.m., Fox. It’s been a strong run for this comedy – nine seasons, spanning 10 years and two networks. The farewell, however, reminds us of that this is a very ordinary show, with forced humor salvaged (barely) by likable characters. The 9 p.m. episode – a “camping boot camp” – is so-so. The 9:30 one gives some awful lines to Jay Leno, but also has its moments, using a stolen truck (shown here) as a metaphor for a canceled show. The truck, at least, is a classic.
2) “United States of Al,” 8:30, CBS. Al meets an Afghan woman he’d like to date, but there’s a problem: She has a low opinion of the men who were translators for American troops – which is what he did for years. That’s tonight’s lone new episode for CBS; the comedies have finished their seasons and “Clarice” (10 p.m.) has a couple weeks of reruns, before its final episodes.
3) “Grey’s Anatomy,” 9 p.m., ABC. While a woman goes into labor, Koracick and Levi struggle to save her grandfather. Also, Jackson shares his big news with colleagues, but Bailey and Richard delay telling Meredith about DeLuca.
4) More, ABC. Some networks are wrapping up, with the official season ending next Wednesday. But after COVID delays, ABC’s Thursday dramas have a few episodes left. On “Station 19” (8 p.m.), Ben finally faces his health problems; also, Carina and Maya re-evaluate their relationship. On “Rebel” (10 p.m.), a former sales representative could be a key weapon in the case against Stonemore Medical.
5) Music movies, cable. At first, Hollywood didn’t take the rock era seriously. Then life changed; here are three approaches: A documentary film on the Bee Gees (2020), 8 p.m., HBO … A scripted film, with Rami Malek’s Oscar-winning work as Freddie Mercury in “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2018), 7 and 10 p.m., FX … And a concert film. “Monterey Pop” (1969), 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies, savors Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, The Who, the Mamas and the Papas, Jefferson Airplane and more.