1) “Big Brother” finale, 8-10 p.m., CBS. Three people still have a shot at being the show’s 25th winner. There’s Matt Klotz (shown here), 27, a gold-medal swimmer in the Deaflympics … “Jag” Bains,” 25, a truck-company owner who was rescued from eviction by Klotz on Aug. 31 … and “Bowie Jane” Ball, 45, a lawyer and DJ. The show has ousted 14 others; now one of the three will win $750,000.
2) “Transplant,” 9 p.m., NBC. “Mags” has suddenly become one of TV’s most interesting characters. After spending much of her childhood as a medical patient, she overcompensated. Most of her colleagues didn’t know she has a pacemaker – vital information now that she’s fainted. Bash, her friend (and, of late, lover) frets about that and about a patient who stirs his own PTSD. Other stories are so-so, but it’s still a strong episode.
3) “Everyone Else Burns,” 9:30 p.m., CW. Next week, CBS finally returns “Young Sheldon” and “Ghosts” reruns, plus episodes of the British “Ghosts.” That makes this CW last night of having the only comedies. This episode gets quite one-note, except when focusing on Rachel, a bright and sweet-spirited teen who’s hesitant about her friendship with a guy who left the church.
4) “SEAL Team,” 10 p.m., CBS. Last week, the team was given a tricky task: Help a North Korean woman guide a weapons scientist to safety, while leaving no sign that Americans were there. Naturally, things went wrong; now this two-part rerun has its taut and well-made conclusion.
5) “Colin From Accounts” opener, Paramount+. This Australian boy-meets-girl comedy starts with the guy (a distracted driver) hitting a dog … which becomes a key part of the show. That arrives one day after another streaming comedy – the start of the second season of “The Santa Clauses,” on Disney+. More fun comes with “Free Guy” (2021, 8:20 p.m., Freeform) and the “Hairspray” (1988, 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies) that later became a musical.