1) “iHeartRadio Music Awards,” 8-10 p.m., Fox. This week has overflowed with pop music – Billboard awards, plus the finales for “Idol,” “Voice” and “Masked Dancer.” Now comes one more surge: Usher hosts and Elton John (shown here) gets the Icon Award. Performers include Taylor Swift, Roddy Ricch, Dua Lipa, Twenty One Pilots and Megan Thee stallion, plus The Weeknd with Ariana Grande, Bruno Mars with Anderson.Paak, Dan + Shay with Doja Cat and more.
2) “Station 19” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” 8 and 9 p.m., ABC. The official season ended Wednesday, but both shows have new episodes tonight and next week. First, Victoria helps her parents get through a devastating loss; that brings reflections on being Black in America. Then Amelia and Owen treat a car-crash patient; also, Levi is accepted in the vaccine trial and Hayes and Jo meet Luna’s legal guardian.
3) “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” 9 p.m., NBC. Here’s another show with two episodes left; tonight, Benson probes an unusual domestic-violence case, after Garland’s neighbor is injured. That’s followed at 10 by “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” which has seven episodes left, but could hold some until next season. Tonight brings the impact of Bell’s family’s lawsuit.
4) “Rebel,” 10 p.m., ABC. This show still has four new episodes and won’t be back. Tonight, Cruz (Andy Garcia) ignores advice from Rebel (Katey Sagal) and goes to a familiar source for info on the Stonemore valve. Also, Ziggy says her friends have been unfairly expelled from school.
5) “United States of Al,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. The other CBS comedies are into reruns now, but this increasingly likable show has enough new episodes to continue through June. Tonight, Riley’s daughter plans her birthday party – a big deal, as always. Then she find that Al, who was Riley’s Afghan interpreter, doesn’t even know when his birthday is; she wants a combined celebration.