1) The Good Doctor” season-finale, 10 p.m. today, ABC. When this show started, Shaun was an autistic kid who was brilliant at surgery and overwhelmed by life. Things transformed when Lea, a sweet-spirited techie, moved into the apartment next door. (They’re shown here.) Last week, she was in her wedding gown when she realized a big-deal ceremony would be too much for him. Tonight, they try again, this time with a less-formal wedding. Then, ABC says, someone has a medical emergency.
2) “9-1-1” and “9-1-1: Lone Star” season-finales, 8 and 9 p.m., Fox. Bolth episodes mix rescue-scene action and personal emotion. The first hour has some wild emergencies, followed by Henrietta and her wife renewing their vows. The second finds Judd trapped amid rubble; trying to reach him, Owen (Rob Lowe) flashes back to when he was a New York firefighter on Sept. 11, 2001.
3) “Up” (2009), ABC; and “Downton Abbey” (2019), NBC, both 8 p.m. As their regular shows wind down, both networks insert movies – terrific ones – from their parent companies, “Up,” an animated classic, has a prologue that’s beautifully crafted, while jolting us emotionally; then there’s a fun story about a crabby guy and the boy who stows away in his flying house. “Downton Abbey” continues the elegance of the series … and gets us ready for a second movie, which reaches theaters on Friday (May 20).
4) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. Throughout his childhood, Dele has been told he’ll be a doctor some day. But last week he visited a hospital … and became ill at the sight of blood. Now, a week before the season-finale, the grown-ups huddle to re-think his life.
5) “Signora Volpe” season-finale, any time, www.acorn.tv. This first season consists of just three tales, each movie-length and excellent, It started with Sylvia (Emilia Fox) as a British secret agent, sleeping with her ex-husband Adam (Jamie Bamber) and unhappy with her life. Now she’s quit her job and bought a shabby Italian villa; Adam asks her to look into charges against the son of a Russian politician. Like the previous two films, this offers a smart story, sharp characters and gorgeous visuals.