9 p.m. ET on FOX While dealing with a sprained ankle from an accident — for which he refuses treatment — Conrad (Matt Czuchry) treats his former medical professor (guest star Erika Slezak, “One Life to Live”) for hallucinations in the new episode “Haunted.” Nic (Emily VanCamp) has a hard time getting over a patient’s death. As he gets closer to Lane (Melina Kanakaredes), Bell (Bruce Greenwood) courts trouble with his treatment of a foreign diplomat. Manish Dayal also stars.
It Was Him: The Many Murders of Ed Edwards
9 p.m. ET on PARAMOUNT – Series Premiere
Are killers born, or are they made? That question took on a painfully personal relevance for Wayne Wolfe when he discovered that an infamous serial killer named Ed Edwards was his estranged grandfather not long after the latter died in prison in 2011, just months before his scheduled execution. Seeking closure for both his father and himself, Wolfe teams up with FBI Cold Case Task Force officer John Cameron in this six-part docu-series to explore whether Edwards committed some high-profile unsolved murders.
10 p.m. ET on CBS – Season Finale
The romance of Paige and Walter (Katharine McPhee, Elyes Gabel) was just getting started when this show’s previous year ended — and now, it takes what’s termed “a shocking turn” in the Season 4 finale, “A Life in the Sand.” The story is set in Northeast Africa, where the team faces a literal minefield to try to save the locals. Toby and Happy (Eddie Kaye Thomas, Jadyn Wong) reach a decision about something major. Robert Patrick and Ari Stidham also star.
Days That Shaped America: Boston Bombing
10:03 p.m. ET on HISTORY
This new one-hour special looks back 5 years to the 2013 Boston Marathon on April 15, where both runners and spectators were horrified as brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev set off two homemade bombs near the finish line, killing three people and injuring several hundred others. The program includes commentary by one of wounded individuals, a medic on the scene, a trauma surgeon and law enforcement officers who responded to the emergency call.