1) “Attenborough’s Global Adventure,” 8-9:10 p.m., BBC America. An all-day (almost) marathon of gorgeous nature films concludes with this look back. David Attenborough (shown here), who turned 97 on Monday, was in his 80s when he re-ignited his career with a three-year push, returning to favorite places.
2) “Eurovision Song Contest,” 3 p.m. ET, Peacock. Back in 1956, this was an experiment in live TV, reaching seven countries. Now it’s an annual tradition; this year, 37 countries (mostly European) sent a performer or group and a three-minute song. The semi-finals were Tuesday and Thursday; now Hannah Waddington (“Ted Lasso”) co-hosts the finals, with Johnny Weir adding commentary.
3) “FBI: International” and “NCIS: Hawaii,” 8 and 9 p.m., CBS. In the first rerun, the team rushes to Austria, where an American teen has been kidnapped. In the second, a Marine captain in the Special Forces has been murdered; soon, there’s a surprising suspect.
4) Football, 8 p.m. ET, ABC. The Arlington Renegades only had a 4-6 record during the regular season, but they pulled an upset last week in the semi-finals. That gives them a shot at the D.C. Defenders, who are 10-1 after their semi-final win. That collides with baseball at 7:15 p.m. on Fox and hockey (game six, if needed, in a pair of best-of-seven series) on ESPN.
5) “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (2005), 2:50 p.m., Freeform. Tim Burton’s gem is in a family-friendly block, with the animated “Secret Life of Pets” (2016) at 12:45 p.m. and the live-action “Lion King” (2019) ati 5:30. Also: In “Stand and Deliver” (1988), 8 p.m. ET on Turner Classic Movies, Edward James Olmos is superb as a teacher. It’s based on a true story; “Everything Everywhere All at Once” (20220, at 6:30 p.m. on Showtime, is not.