1) “Killing Eve” series finale, 8-10 p.m., BBC America. This has always been a great (but odd) series. It shouldn’t surprise that the finale (which reruns Monday on AMC) is sometimes weird and generally superb. As it starts, Villanelle is in the Scottish woods with another hitwoman … Konstanin is grooming a young assassin … Carolyn is pensive about her old days in The Twelve … and Eve (shown here with Villanelle in a previous episode) is convinced The Twelve must die. There are odd detours, a big (but quick) finish and then a final jolt.
2) “61st Street” debut, 10 p.m., AMC. In Chicago, we meet key people — an honest coo, an earnest defense lawyer (Courtney Vance, an Emmy- and Tony-winner) and a college-bound track star. Their worlds will collide in sudden and awful ways. This is beautifully acted and filmed, but also leaves viewers in agony. It also leaves them hanging; they might turn to streamers (ALLBLK or AMC+), which have two episodes today, then will stay one week ahead of AMC.
3) “The Equalizer,” 8 p.m., CBS. After being bumped by the Grammys last week, the CBS dramas are back and new. Tonight, Robyn is pulled back near her CIA days. Her former trainee desperately needs help, forcing a confrontation with a dangerous enemy, Mason Quinn. Now Robyn forms a tentative alliance with aby-the-books CIA handler.
4) “Masterpiece: Sanditon,” 9 p.m., Sunday. Charlotte’s bright-eyed sister has fallen giddily for a young Army officer, a handsome chap with a knack for stretching the truth. Now comes a big turning point, in an excellent episode … which follows another dark outing for “Call the Midwife,” at 8. With London gripped by a heat wave, we meet a young mother who can’t connect with her daughter and a father-to-be with medical and emotional troubles.
5) ALSO: One season ends (“Billions,” 9 p.m. on Showtime) and another begins: ESPN’s Sunday-night baseball opens at 7 p.m. with the Yankees hosting the Red Sox. Also, “American Idol” (8-10 p.m., ABC) begins a two-night stay at a Hawaiian resort. Tonight’s mentor is Jimmie Allen, who was on the show in 2011, but didn’t make it this far; a decade later, he became a country star.
— Mike Hughes, TV America