"2016 Billboard Music Awards": Ludacris and Ciara host the annual bash celebrating big-selling artists. The video for multiple nominee Adele's new single, "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," will debut. Performers include Meghan Trainor, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, and Madonna will perform a tribute to the late Prince. (8 p.m.; ABC/2)
"Game of Thrones": After last week's sensational episode, we can't wait to see what happens this week. (9 p.m. HBO)
"Preacher": Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg ("The Interview," "This is the End") are executive producers of this crazy, violent new fantasy/horror show based on a comic book series. Dominic Cooper stars as a Texas preacher whose life takes a supernatural turn. Read my review. (10 p.m. AMC)
"Mr. Selfridge": This affecting, melancholy final season comes to a close, and so does the series. (10:30 p.m. PBS/10)
"Gotham": The bad guys threaten to take over Gotham in the season finale. (8 p.m. Fox/12)
"The Bachelorette": JoJo Fletcher tries her luck at finding fame, er, love as Season 12 premieres. (9 p.m. ABC/2)
"The Flash": It's the Season 2 finale, but Barry may be outrun by his nemesis. (8 p.m. The CW/3)
"Hotel Hell": Gordon Ramsay kicks off Season 4 of traveling around the country, and yelling at innkeepers about what a lousy job they're doing. In the season opener, he visits Anglers Lodge and Riverfront Restaurant, in Island Park, Idaho. (8 p.m.; Fox/12)
"Dancing with the Stars": The winner of the Coveted Mirrorball Trophy, as they always say, will be announced in the Season 22 finale. (9 p.m. ABC/2)
"Wayward Pines": Season 2 of the supernatural puzzler about a small town that's not the idyllic place it seems begins, with a new addition to the cast – Jason Patric, who plays Dr. Theo Yedlin, who gets a heck of a surprise when he wakes up from suspended animation and finds himself in Wayward Pines. (9 p.m.; Fox/12)
"Nashville": With the announcement that the musical drama is canceled, this Season 4 finale is also the series finale. (10 p.m. ABC/2)
"The Red Nose Day Special": Craig Ferguson hosts a special celebrating "Red Nose Day," which brings together people across the globe to wear red noses, raise money and contribute to causes that benefit children living in poverty. Guests performing music and comedy include Ellen DeGeneres, Jack Black, Paul Rudd, Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson, Sarah Silverman, Tracy Morgan, Key & Peele, Anna Kendrick, Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Ron Funches, late of "Undateable" and a local favorite back when he performed stand-up comedy on Portland stages. (9 p.m.; NBC/8)
"Showing Roots": TV-movie set in 1977, focusing on two women who work at a beauty salon and team up to integrate their community after watching the groundbreaking miniseries "Roots." Uzo Aduba ("Orange is the New Black"), Maggie Grace, Elizabeth McGovern, Adam Brody and Cicely Tyson, who appeared in "Roots," star. (10 p.m. Lifetime)
"Bloodline": The thriller/family drama returns for Season 2, with more intrigue in the Florida Keys, and the fallout from the events of Season 1. Kyle Chandler again leads the terrific cast. (Streaming on Netflix beginning May 27)
"Chef's Table": Season 2 of the documentary series that explores the kitchens and cooking philosophies of notable chefs around the world. (Streaming on Netflix beginning May 27)
"Rabid": Animal Planet's "Monster Week" lineup includes this not-so-warm-and-cuddly entry, about animals who carry rabies and unfortunate victims of the virus. (9 p.m. Animal Planet)
-- Kristi Turnquist
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