9 p.m. ET on ABC – Series Premiere A recent “Grey’s Anatomy” served as a backdoor pilot for this new spin-off, which revolves around the personal and professional lives of the heroic firefighters at the Seattle Fire Department station of the title. Tonight’s two-hour series premiere, “Stuck; Invisible to Me,” introduces the main characters, who include Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz), daughter of Station 19 fire captain Pruitt Herrera (Miguel Sandoval); Ben Warren (Jason George), a rookie firefighter who used to be a resident at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital; and Lt. Jack Gibson (Grey Damon).
8 p.m. ET on FREEFORM – Season Finale
Holden and Charlie (Burkely Duffield, Eden Brolin) are forced to calm a freaked-out Tom and Diane (Michael McGrady, Romy Rosemont) after Diego’s (Oscar Camacho) latest attack hits terrifyingly close to the Matthews home in “There’s No Home for You Here,” the Season 2 finale. Elsewhere, Luke and Willa (Jonathan Whitesell, Dilan Gwyn) take drastic steps of their own, while Agent Borden (Amy Farrington) moves forward with her scheme to take down Hollow Sky.
10 p.m. ET on IFC – Series Finale Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein bid farewell to their unforgettable (and nearly inexhaustible) gallery of quirky characters as their eighth and final season draws to a close with the series finale “Rose Route.” Vignettes find the Mayor cutting deals all over Portland to guarantee the best-possible route for the Portland Marathon, which Fred and Carrie have decided to enter to break their addiction to news alerts. Tessa Thompson, Cherry Jones, Dolly Wells and Kyle MacLachlan guest star.
Hustle & Soul
12:10 a.m. ET on WE – Season Premiere
Lawrence Page, owner and head chef of The Pink Tea Cup restaurant in Brooklyn, N.Y., returns for Season 2 of this culinary docu-series, which sees him hatching some big plans for expanding his increasingly popular brand. That includes making some additions to his high-energy staff, which may prove tricky, because there’s already enough drama among those who work for him to threaten his happy plans. Can his crew start leaving their issues at the door?