1) “The Bachelorette” finale, 8 p.m., ABC, with “After the Rose” at 10. Michelle Young (shown here) started with 30 guys and has gradually shed 28 of them. (The 28th, last week, was Joe Coleman who, like her, is a Minnesotan and a former college basketball player.) Young, 28, is a 5th-grade teacher who once led the Bradley basketball team with 12 points per game. Her final two choices are Brandon Jones, 26, a traveling-nurse recruiter from Portland, Oregon, and Nayte Olukoya, 27, a sales guy from Winnipeg.
2) “Adele One Night Only,” 9-11 p.m., CBS. Here’s a rerun of a truly gorgeous special. Yes, there may be too many interruptions – for a chat with Oprah Winfrey and for a guy who proposes to his girlfriend while Adele is singing nearby. Those bits are charming – but no match for the emotional power of Adele in an outdoor, sunset concert. At those moments, this is a great special.
3) “Fantasy Island,” 8 and 9 p.m., Fox. Most of the 10-episode season aired in August and September, but that left this Christmas two-parter. It airs tonight, with a businesswoman wishing for a picture-perfect Christmas. Also, Elena (Roselyn Sanchez) faces a complication when her ex-fiance (Eddie Cahill) arrives. She may have time to figure things out; the show will be back next season.
4) “Beebo Saves Christmas,” 8 p.m., CW. This is a happy surpise – a rerun of an animated hour that is much better than we might have expected. In “Legends of Tomorrow,” Beebo is a cuddly toy that went back in time and became the god of war. In this cartoon, he’s making joy, not war; he tries to save Santa, who was ousted by an efficiency expert. The best moments are at the beginning and end, with poetic narration by Victor Garber, plus a snappy song. Some weaker moments are in-between.
5) ALSO: NBC has a night of comedy reruns. Two pilot films – the clever “American Auto” and the so-so “Grand Tour”– are at 8 and 8:30 p.m., with “Saturday Night Live” Christmas sketches from 9-11. And at 8, Turner Classic Movies has the lovely “Meet Me in St. Louis” (1944); Judy Garland sings the Oscar-nominated “Trolley Song” and the now-perennial “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”