“America’s Got Talent” 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., NBC (New, season premiere)
There’s a new judge on the panel for this talent competition. You might have heard about him, his name is Howard Stern.
“Dancing With the Stars” 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., ABC (New, live)
Four couples remain to dance for a place in the finals.
“How I Met Your Mother” 7 p.m., CBS (New, season finale)
Lily goes into labor but husband Marshall is busy partying in Atlantic City. Then things flash forward to Barney’s wedding and the gang remembers how they talked Ted into tracking down the one that got away. So seven seasons later they’re having kids and getting married but we still don’t know the identity of the “mother” in the title?
“Bones” 7 p.m., Fox (New, season finale)
The team works to pin another murder on Christopher Pelant, a “hacktivist” and suspected serial killer. But the evidence points to Brennan as the suspect.
“American Masters” 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., PBS (New)
A documentary about late-night talk show host and Nebraska native Johnny Carson is featured. It includes interviews with dozens of his contemporaries and co-workers.
“Two and a Half Men” 8 p.m., CBS (New, season finale)
Jake makes an important decision about his future after graduation.
“Mike & Molly” 8:30 p.m., CBS (New, season finale)
Mike and Molly finally walk down the aisle, but — true to sitcom form — there are some hitches along the way to getting hitched.
“The Bachelorette” 8:31 p.m. to 10 p.m., ABC (New, season premiere)
Emily is brought back for a second chance at finding love.
“Hawaii Five-0” 9 p.m., CBS (New, season finale)
The team loses one of its own in the line of duty and another team member is forced to choose between kidnapped loved ones.
“Smash” 9 p.m., NBC (New, season finale)
Derek makes a major decision that affects both Karen and Ivy. Meanwhile, Tom and Julia are scrambling to save the show.
“Kurt Sutter’s Outlaw Empires” 9 p.m., Discovery (New, series premiere)
Documentary series profiles criminal organizations. First up: The Crips street gang.
— Laura King
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