1) “The Voice” finale, 8-10 p.m. today and Tuesday, NBC. This will revolve around Blake Shelton – as life often does. He has two of the five finalists, Jordan Matthew Young (shown here) and Cam Anthony. (The others are Victor Solomon, Rachel Mac and Kenzie Wheeler.) His fiancee Gwen Stefani will be there, singing with Saweetie; so will his friend Adam Levine, with Maroon 5. Other performers Tuesday: Justin Bieber, Thomas Rhett, OneRepublic, Kelsea Ballerini, Snoop Dogg, Ben Platt and Lauren Daigle.
2) “The Masked Singer” finale, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Fox. Another music show picks a winner – but does it in a tidy, one-hour spurt. After some early ringers (Danny Trejo, Caitlyn J enner), the show has been unmasking music pros lately, including Bobby Brown, Hanson and Tyrese Gibson. Last week, under the Yeti mask, was Omarion; also, we learned that the clue-spewing chicken was Donnie Wahlberg, the husband of judge Jenny McCarthy. Now the final three are Black Swan, Piglet and Chameleon.
3) “Black Lighting” (CW) and “All Rise” (CBS) series finales, 9 p.m. today. Two shows end their runs simultaneously – but with a big difference: “Lightning” knew this is the final season; it had plenty of time to resolve its tale of a former school principal and his two daughters, each with crime-fighting superpowers. “All Rise,” however, had no warning. In the finale, Lola agrees to allow media into the courtroom, for a murder trial that has Mark and Amy (now in a relationship) on opposite sides.
4) “National Memorial Day Concert,” 8 and 9:30 p.m. Sunday, PBS. After delivering an annual blend of great music and warm tributes, this pivoted last year. It taped the music in advance, using settings beautifully; it also had new and rerun tributes. This one will again be done in advance, but won’t have any reruns. There are stars of country (Alan Jackson, Vince Gill and, singing the National Anthem, Mickey Guyton), pop (Gladys Knight, Sara Bareilles, the Four Tops) and opera (Denyce Graves).
5) “NCIS,” 8 p.m. Tuesday, CBS; then “This Is Us,” 10 p.m. Tuesday, NBC. Two of TV’s most popular shows wrap their seasons. First is the most-watched show (excluding sports and “60 Minutes”). Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and a reporter (Pam Dawber, his real-life wife) track an arms dealer. Then “This Is Us” has a wedding – maybe; last week’s hour began to question Kevin’s enthusiasm. Next season, “NCIS” moves to Mondays and “This Is Us” waits until mid-season for its last season of 18 consecutive weeks.
6) “Chicago P.D.” season-finale, 10 p.m. Wednesday, NBC. Viewers were jolted last week when thugs killed sex slaves and the son of a police reformer, then knocked Kim Burgess unconscious. Now her colleagues rush to rescue her. That’s on the last day of the official TV season, in a finales flurry. Others not already mentioned: Monday, Fox’s “9-1-1” shows, NBC’s “Debris”; Tuesday, CBS’ “FBI” shows, Fox’s “Game of Talents”; Wednesday, NBC’s “Chicago” shows, CBS’ “SWAT” and “SEAL Team.”
7) “Crime Scene Kitchen” debut, 9 p.m. Wednesday, Fox, As soon as the last person is unmasked, Fox switches to summer. In a kitchen, contestants find debris to hint at what someone made. They try to duplicate it, then are judged on accuracy and taste. Joel McHale hosts; Fox also has Rob Lowe hosting the season-opener of “Mental Samurai,” at 9 p.m. Tuesday. ABC starts its summer games Wednesday: Elizabeth Banks’ “Press Your Luck” is at 8 p.m., with Michael Strahan’s “$100,000 Pyramid” at 9.
8) “Mike Tyson: The Knockout,” 8-10 p.m. Tuesday, ABC. Tyson quickly ruled the boxing world. In 12 of his first 19 fights, he had first-round knockouts. He was the youngest heavyweight champion ever, needed just 91 seconds to beat Michael Spinks … and then crashed. This documentary concludes next week with Tyson’s rape conviction and his comeback. It’s from ABC News, which also brings back its “Soul of a Nation” series, for a 10 p.m. Tuesday special on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death.
9) “Tulsa Burning,” 8 p.m. Sunday, History; reruns at 10:05. Next Monday marks the 100th anniversary of one of the darkest days in U.S. history. A thriving Black neighborhood in Tulsa was attacked with guns, fire, even airplanes; estimates of the deaths range from 36 to 300. Many people were unaware of this until it was at the start of HBO’s “Watchmen” series … or until Donald Trump tried to relaunch his campaign on Juneteenth in Tulsa. Here’s a documentary; others will be the next day on PBS and CNN.
10) Also: FX’s “Mr. Inbetween” starts its final season with two episodes at 10 p.m. Tuesday, rerunning hourly until 2 a.m. Fierce violence alternates with incredibly (and, sometimes, humorously) droll understatement. And the “iHeartRadio Music Awards” are 8-10 p.m. Thursday on Fox. Usher hosts and Elton John gets the Icon Award. Performers include Taylor Swift, Roddy Ricch and Dua Lipa, plus The Weeknd withAriana Grade, Bruno Mars with Anderson.Paak, Dan + Shay with Doja Cat and more.