Emily’s only shot at staying in Rosewood involves a commitment from a nearby college for an athletic scholarship on “Pretty Little Liars” (ABC Family at 8), so when things gets desperate, she decides to slightly manipulate the truth.
New series “I Kid With Brad Garrett” (TLC at 8, 8:30) features the former “Everybody Loves Raymond” star chatting with children to hear what funny things they happen to say. Topics include aliens, imaginary friends and hot dogs.
A World War II-era propaganda leaflet is investigated on “History Detectives” (MPT at 8, WETA at 9). The team also looks at a valuable watercolor and helps reunite relatives of people who fought in the Spanish Civil War.
Before the winner is announced on Wednesday night’s season finale, “The Voice’s” (NBC at 9) final four — Javier Colon, Dia Frampton, Vicci Martinez and Beverly McClellan — sing for the coaches. Mentor Blake Shelton gets a bonus when fellow country singer Brad Paisley joins him for a duet, while other performers added into the two-hour show include Pitbull and Ne-Yo.
Renata asks Christina for help on “HawthoRNe” (TNT at 9) when his mother gets sick, while Camille’s flirtation with Miles doesn’t seem to be a problem when she’s offered a job at the hospital.
“Frontline” (MPT at 9, WETA at 10) examines how reliable medical expertise can be when brought into a case centering on a child’s death — specifically, the 2000 case of a Texas man who was sentenced to 60 years in prison after one of his babysitting charges died.
A delirious soldier arrives at the hospital with a contagious infection on “Combat Hospital” (ABC at 10), which means that the doctors must perform surgery in the dining hall after the rest of the building is quarantined.
Annie must team up with a spy when they both become the targets of assassins on “White Collar” (USA at 10) and, as a result, they must hide from the authorities as well.
Actor Tom Hanks visits “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), along with musical guest Sleepy Man Banjo Boys.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (ABC at 12:05) hosts actor Jason Bateman, Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Dhani Jones and comedian Hannibal Buress.