DRACULA: The finale ends with a bang and a bite. (Egon Endrenyi/NBC)

An unlikely victim in the form of a champion chess player is found dead in pig slop on “Bones” (Fox at 8 p.m.), so Sweets goes undercover in the world of professional chess to try to find the killer.

“The Carrie Diaries” (CW at 8) tackles senior prom and all the spectacle that comes along with it, but since this is Carrie Bradshaw we’re talking about, the prom takes place in a luxurious New York City hotel rather than the ballroom of a Holiday Inn.

A serial killer who targets and scalps police officers is on the loose in Portland on the latest episode of “Grimm” (NBC at 9). While they’re trying to find the killer, Juliette gets in touch with Nick’s mother, and Adalind learns her due date is sooner than she thought.

After trading with “Raising Hope,” “Enlisted” (Fox at 9) premieres in a new time slot with an episode all about Pete and his adjustment to civilian life at home.

The pitches on the latest “Shark Tank” (ABC at 9) include a line of stylish baby shoes, a pill substitute for food, sun-safe swimwear and custom playing cards that claim to make exercise more palatable.

“Raising Hope” (Fox at 9:30) brings you a 30-minute bundle of tension with Jimmy and Sabrina trying fencing to relieve stress and Burt and Virginia getting into their first-ever fight.

FINALE WATCH: A public demonstration of Grayson’s technology turns disastrous on “Dracula” (NBC at 10) just as the first season wraps up. Then, Lucy becomes a member of the undead and Van Helsing seeks revenge yet again.

Ready to stream early today is “Mitt” (Netflix), a documentary that follows Romney’s unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign and the candidate himself through the most trying months of his political career. Directed by Greg Whiteley.

Actor Kevin Bacon and comedian Pat McGann come to the “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), with a musical performance from Devon Avenue.

Sportscaster Terry Bradshaw joins “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (NBC at 11:35), with musical guest Darius Rucker.

Actors Meryl Streep and Joseph Gordon-Levitt stop by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35), with a musical performance from Jonny Lang.

— Rachel Lubitz