1) “The Bachelorette” finale, 8-11 p.m., ABC. For as while, Charity Lawson (a Georgia therapist, 27, shown here) was down to two guys — Joey Graziadel (a Hawaii tennis pro, 27) and Dotun Olubeko (a Fresno medical consultant, 30). But then Aaron Bryant (a Texas software salesman, 29), whom she’d already dismissed, somehow returned. Now she confers with her family and makes her choice. Also, we meet the new “Bachelor” and peek at “Bachelor in Paradise.”
2) “Great Performances,” 9 p.m., PBS. Leonard Bernstein was already famed as a conductor, a TV personality and the composer of Broadway’s “West Side Story” and “Candide.” Then, at 45, he wrote his third and final symphony, based on the Jewish memorial prayer. Now Marin Alsop, a Bernstein protege, conducts it with the Chicago Symphony, two choirs, a speaker (Jaye Ladymore) and soprano Janai Brugger. The result is powerful and moving.
3) “Breeders,” 10 p.m., FX, rerunning at 10:33 and 11:06. For Paul, it’s time to worry about multiple generations – his parents (should they move into senior apartments?), his son (which college?), and, quite soon, a grandchild. It’s a busy (and sometimes funny) episode that poses a key question: Why does he seem happier at work than at home?
4) “Miracle Workers,” 10 p.m., TBS. While “Breeders” keeps improving, “Miracle Workers” has ups and downs. The problem this season involves two so-so characters – a human-like dog and a human-like robot. Tonight, they get much (too much) of the attention. Better moments come from Freya, who wants one more wild-warfare fling, before becoming a mom.
5) “Stars on Mars,” 8 p.m., Fox. So it turns out that athletes would do well in outer space. Of the six who started the show, three remain – football’s Mashawn Lynch, basketball’s Paul Pierce and figure-skater Adam Rippon. Among the others, three of 10 remain. There’s also a sports theme at 9 p.m., when “MasterChef” reruns a fun hour at Dodger Stadium, including baseball star Freddie Freeman.