1) “9-1-1” season-finale, Fox. This is Fox’s most-watched show … but the network won’t be bringing it back next season. Instead, it will jump to ABC. That’s partly because Fox doesn’t own a piece of the show; it does own part of “9-1-1: Lone Star,” which it will keep next season. And it’s partly because this is an expensive show – as we’ll see tonight (shown here). Car crashes leads to the collapse of an overpass, endangering civilians and rescuers.
2) “American Idol” and “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., ABC and NBC. “Idol” is near its big finish; tonight, it pauses to look at what’s happened so far, setting up Sunday’s finale. “Voice,” however, still has some trimming to do; the top eight perform, aiming for spots in next Monday’s finish.
3) “That’s My Jam” season-finale, 10 p.m.. NBC. It’s a “greatest hits” hour of highlights from the first two seasons. We find, alas, that Jimmy Kimmel seems to yell that everyone is incredible. That wears thin … but often, he’s right. Watch Jason Derulo sing “The Thong Song” in an opera style. Watch amazing medleys by the Bailey sisters (Chloe and Halle) and by Kelly Clarkson and Ariana Grande. Those moments really are incredible.
4) “Brokenwood” and “Murdoch Mysteries,” www.acorn.tv. The excellent “Dalgliesh” season has ended; you can still go back and catch the three movie-length mysteries. Meanwhile, “Brokenwood” has its season-finale today, with a murder among female bikers. “Murdoch” focuses on the oft-hapless Crabree; there’s a suspicious death at the hotel where he and Effie are honeymooning. And “The Other Wife” links two widows of a secret bigamist.
5) ALSO: At 8:30 p..m. on CBS, “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” has the grand-opening party for the sock factory – with the mood dampened by a family fight. At 9 on Fox, a “TMZ” special looks at Britney Spears, 18 months after being freed from her conservatorship. At 10 on PBS, “Independent Lens” has “Silent Beauty,” Jasmin Maria Lopez’s personal film about surviving childhood sexual abuse.