What to Watch on Monday: Pure chaos on 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star season finales
Also, Black Lightning says goodbye, and The Voice gears up for the end of season 20.
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on NBC
We've made it to the end of another season of The Voice! There are five singers vying for the title of season 20's winner: Kenzie Wheeler, Victor Solomon, Rachel Mac, Cam Anthony, and Jordan Matthew Young. With each coach still in the competition, everyone will bring everything into this last week of performances. We'll be getting two performances from each remaining artist, a ballad and an uptempo cover. Get ready to feel all the feelings! Who do you want to see become The Voice? —Alamin Yohannes
9-1-1 & 9-1-1: Lone Star
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m./9 p.m. on Fox
If you've being paying attention to the last few episodes of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, you're already prepared for the Fox emergency services dramas to end their seasons with a bunch of tension and tears. In L.A., the 188 are reeling in the aftermath of Eddie's (Ryan Guzman) shooting, realizing that the sniper is targeting members of the LAFD. The loyal bunch that they are, everyone's more concerned with saving their fellow crew members than themselves. All the while, Maddie's (Jennifer Love Hewitt) postpartum depression worsens.
Down in Texas, things aren't much better as a massive dust cloud engulfs Austin, while Owen (Rob Lowe) and Mateo (Julian Works) are caught up, helping victims of a plane that's crashed into a building. You know, quiet day at the station kinda stuff. Just when you thought that was enough drama to tide you over until the new season, a familiar face appears on the scene, throwing the 126 into chaos. Enjoy the time away, wondering what the heck is coming next. —Ruth Kinane
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on The CW
After four seasons of powerful and topical storytelling, Black Lightning is coming to an end. Thankfully, it's going to give us the fight we've been waiting for all that time: Black Lightning (Cress Williams) vs. Tobias Whale (Marvin Jones III). "I don't think [any] viewer would be disappointed in how we're wrapping this up," Jones recently told EW, adding that he's happy with how the whole show wraps up. "I was very satisfied. "It's funny that I'm saying that because I've been going back and forth for the last six months on how this could end. I am satisfied and happy with the conclusion." —Chancellor Agard
Hear more on all of today's must-see picks, plus what The Good Place star Tiya Sircar is watching, in EW's What to Watch podcast, hosted by Gerrad Hall.
What ELSE to Watch
Check local listings
Independent Lens: The Donut King (doc) — PBS
Women in Entertainment: The Next Generation (special) — Lifetime
Below Deck Sailing Yacht — Bravo
All Rise (series finale) — CBS
Debris (season finale) — NBC
Whitstable Pearl (series debut) — Acorn TV
*times are ET and subject to change
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