1) “Manifest” (shown here in a previous episode) season-finale, 8-10 p.m, NBC. It’s always something, you know. Ben and Grace Stone are finally re-united with their daughter Olive; then Cal (Olive’s twin) runs away. In the second hour, Ben tries a dangerous mission with Saanvi, a researcher. And Michaela (Ben’s sister) races to stop a deadly event; also, she finds her relationship with Jared souring over mistrust.
2) “Rebel” series finales, 9 and 10 p.m., ABC This has been canceled after a brief, 10-episode run. Before it goes, however, it has the court case it’s been building to, against Strathmore Medical. Katey Sagal plays a reformer who’s patterned after Erin Brockovich; in the first hour, her personal life brings distracting headlines.
3) “The Cube,” 9 p.m., TBS. Summer has become game time on ABC, Fox and more; now TBS jumps in. Based on a British show, this has duos trying to complete tasks inside a plexiglass cube. Basketball star Dwayne Wade hosts and is one of the producers.
4) “United States of Al,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. There are still three new episodes this summer, for a show that shares a key trait with “Mom,” “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” and other Chuck Lorre comedies: Beneath the laughter is a solid human core. In this case, Adhir “Al” Kalyan worries when he hasn’t heard from his family in Afghanistan: That gives Riley fresh insight into what his family went through when he was stationed in war zones.
5) “Clarice,” 10 p.m., CBS. Here’s another CBS show with three new episodes left this summer. By now, Clarice sees that the “River Murders” are all linked to Alastor Pharmaceuticals. It’s time to keep incriminating evidence from being purged … and to meet one-on-one with the company CEO.