1) “The Masked Singer” finale, 8 p.m., Fox. Three people remain, disguised as Piglet (shown here), Black Swan and Chameleon. And chances are, all of them are skilled music pros. The ringers were unmasked quickly – Danny Trejo, Caitlyn Jenner, Logan Paul, even Kermit the Frog; lately, we’ve had skilled singers – Bobby Brown, the Hanson trio, Tyrese Gibson and, last week, Omarion. Last week, we also learned that the clue-spewing chicken was Donnie Wahlberg, the husband of startled judge Jenny McCarthy.
2) “Crime Scene Kitchen” debut, 9 p.m., Fox. As soon as the last person is unmasked, Fox leaps into its summer line-up. This show poses a tough challenge: A kitchen has just a few leftover hints of what was baked; a duo tries to duplicate it, while making it tasty and pretty. It’s an elusive concept – especially for viewers who aren’t foodies; fortunately, it has a witty host (Joel McHale) and fun duos. The ones in the opener – mother/daughter, mother/son, friends, military veterans – are likable and talented.
3) “Press Your Luck” and “$100,000 Pyramid,” 8 and 9 p.m., ABC. Here’s another network rushing to start a game-filled summer. Elizabeth Banks hosts “Press,” with Michael Strahan doing “Pyramid.” Still, ABC also has some scripted shows that continue their seasons: At 10, “A Million Little Things” has four episodes left; tonight, Eddie works on being a good parent while confined to a wheelchair.
4) “Chicago P.D.” season-finale, 10 p.m., NBC. Last week’s hour delivered fierce jolts. Thugs killed the son of a police reformer, then killed sex slaves to cover their tracks. Police tried raids, but Kim Burgess went solo; she was grabbed and knocked unconscious. Now her colleagues rush to rescue her.
5) More season-finales. On the last day of the official season, shows wrap up. At 8 p.m., NBC has “Chicago Med”; at 9, it has “Chicago Fire,” where romances just intensified: Severide proposed (successfully) to Kidd, in the midst of a fire; Casey told a hesitant Brett he loves her. On CBS, it’s “SEAL Team” at 9 and “SWAT” at 10 – their last new Wednesday episodes. Next fall, “SEAL” has four episodes on Sundays, then gives that spot to “SWAT” and moves to the Paramount Plus streamer.