1) “Better Things” series-finale, 10 p.m., FX, rerunning at 11. A great show ends in typical style – odd, disjointed and intermittently brilliant. If you haven’t been watching it, just relax and let the finale wash over you. It starts and ends with clever music videos; in between are bits of the fictional life of Sam Fox – a lot like the real life of writer-director-star Pamela Adlon (shown here in an earlier season, with the actresses playing her daughters). Two long toilet scenes could have been skipped, but the rest has warmth, humor and human quirks.
2) “Better Call Saul,” 9 p.m. today, AMC, rerunning at 10:06. This final season is going to be terrific. After the shoot-out in last week’s opener, Nacho Varga is hiding in a crumbling motel. Meanwhile, we see the start of Kim’s scheme to ruin her old boss, Howard Hamlin; it starts with her husband (Jimmy, who now goes by “Saul”) manipulating mom-and-pop embezzlers. Be patient with both stories; the final scenes – another shoot-out, then some masterful bullying by Kim (Rhea Seehorn) – are beautifully crafted
3) “The Price is Right at Night,” 8-9 p.m., CBS. The comedies step aside, to make room for a game show, which might have some laughs. Drew Carey, who hosts, is a comedian; Rachel Brosnahan plays one on TV. Brosnahan, the “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star, will play alongside the contestants.
4) “We Own This City” debut, 9 p.m., HBO. Writer-producer David Simon has had some powerful crime tales set in Baltimore – “Homicide,” “The Corner” and “The Wire.” Now he has this six-part mini-series, based on a book about the city’s Gun Trace Task Force. That’s followed at 10 by the season-opener of “Gentleman Jack,” about the 19th-century land-owner, sometimes credited with having the first lesbian marriage (albeit an unofficial one) in England.
5) “Harry Wild,” any time, www.acorn.tv. Harry (Jane Seymour) is surprised to learn the Wild/Reid Detective Agency has a case. That’s mostly surprising because teenage Fergus Reid didn’t tell her he was starting an agency. They’re soon encased in a sprightly tale, one of two that wrap up the first season. Also on Acorn is the mid-section of the three-week, six-hour “Hidden Assets,” a solid drama that transports an Irish cop to a high-stakes case in Antwerp.