1) “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. The show has its final five now, with Blake Shelton (as usual) at an advantage. He has two people, Cam Anthony (shown here) and Jordan Matthew Young; the others have one apiece — Victor Solomon, Rachel Mac and Kenzie Wheeler. Now they sing and viewers vote; on Tuesday, after lots of guest performances, we’ll have the 20th “Voice” champion.
2) “Black Lightning” series-finale, 9 p.m., CW. A lot has happened to Jefferson Pierce (Cress Wlliams) in these four years. Happy to be a crusading principal, he reluctantly returned to being a crimefighting superhero. Both of his daughters followed – one reluctantly, one not. Here’s their big finish.
3) “All Rise” series-finale, 9 p.m., CBS. This ends its two-year run, but there’s a difference: “Black Lightning” knew this would be the last season and could plan it; “All Rise” didn’t and couldn’t. Tonight, Lola – soon up for re-election – reluctantly agrees to allow media into the courtroom. That’s for a murder trial that has Mark and Amy (now in a relationship) on opposite sides.
4) “9-1-1” and “9-1-1: Lone Star,” 8 and 9 p.m., Fox. Both shows end their seasons with big-scale crises. In the first hour, it’s a sniper aiming for firefighters; in the second, a dust storm descends on Austin. There’s another season-finale at 10 p.m., on NBC’s “Debris”: As opposite forces converge on a key piece of space debris, we’re told, this will be life-changing for Bryan and Finola.
5) “Whitstable Pearl,” anytime, www.acorn.tv. In a small town, multi-tasking seems mandatory. So Pearl,who runs her family restaurant along the English coast, also has a detective agency. The opener has her discover a body, then face doubts from a gruff police inspector. The answers swirl together quite conveniently at the end of the hour; still, the story and characters are involving enough to possibly bring us back for the next five weeks.