“American Idol” 7 p.m. to 9:07 p.m., Fox (New, season finale)
Meet your new American Idol. But first sit through two hours of performances and filler.
“Top 5” 7 and 7:30 p.m., Travel Channel (New, series premiere)
Get some summer vacation ideas with this series, which first highlights the top roller coasters and then vacations that are filled with adrenaline.
“Man-Eating Super Croc” 7 p.m., Animal Planet (New)
Sounds like one of those Syfy channel TV movies. But this is a real 20-foot-long crocodile in the Philippines that is responsible for at least one human fatality.
“Betty White’s Off Their Rockers” 7 p.m., NBC (New)
The senior pranksters get a little hands-y when they offer massages to passersby.
“The Middle” 7 p.m., ABC (New, season finale)
Mike’s brother decides to get married at the Hecks’ home but doesn’t tell them about it first. Oldest son Axl and friends start their own company to get summer jobs.
“Modern Family” 8 p.m., ABC (New, season finale)
Gloria’s Spanish speaking ability comes in handy when Cameron and Mitchell quest to adopt another child. Oldest Dunphy child, Haley, announces her post-high school plans to the family — and they are shocked.
“Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23” 8:30 p.m., ABC (New, season finale)
June tries to keep up with Chloe’s hard-partying ways and James continues to obsess that Dean Cain’s dressing room is bigger than his on “Dancing With the Stars.”
“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” 9 p.m., NBC (New, season finale)
An underage escort is murdered at a high-end bachelor party, but the detectives are cautioned to be discreet given the powerful names on the party’s guest list.
“Revenge” 9 p.m., ABC (New, season finale)
Emily tackles the final stages of her plan while the Graysons continue to self-destruct. By the end, another character may be plotting his own method of revenge.
“Union Pacific” 9 p.m., TCM (1939)
Director Cecil B. DeMille’s epic about a trouble shooter for the railroad trying to stop a financial opportunist out to obstruct it and his gambler henchmen. Stars Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McCrea. Trivia note: The movie had a premiere in Omaha that featured some of the stars.
— Laura King
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