American Horror Story: Coven (10pm, FX) - In this season’s penultimate episode, the end of Fiona’s reign as Supreme approaches. I’m predicting she doesn’t go gracefully. Meanwhile, the Coven’s future is in doubt after Cordelia’s latest vision. I can’t say I’ve loved this season of “AHS.” I didn’t think it was possible, but there’s even more gross-out gore than last season, but unlike the “Asylum” series, “Coven” hasn’t had one legitimate scary sequence all season. Not a single time have I been the least bit spooked! Nauseated and disgusted? Sure. But not scared. And that’s why I tune in, after all. I’m hoping for next season’s 1950s installment, creator Ryan Murph y can kick his gore crutch and deliver a few actual frights. If you’re still watching, the season finale airs next week.
Also on tonight . . .
Nova: Killer Typhoon (9pm, UNC-TV) - A look at Typhoon Haiyan, which killed thousands and left millions homeless when it struck the Philippines in November 2013 with 200-mph winds and a two-story-high storm surge.
Klondike (9pm, Discovery) - In the conclusion of this three-part series, Bill seeks revenge while the Count eyes Bill’s gold.
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America Tonight: Getting Schooled (9pm, Al Jazeera America) - The “America Tonight” series looks at last year’s incident at Raleigh’s Enloe High School where students were arrested for throwing water balloons. Apparently, the Wake County school system doesn’t come off looking very good. It repeats at midnight. Al Jazeera America airs on Time Warner Cable on channels 410 and 1401; on DirecTV channel 347; and on Dish Network channel 215.
Nashville (10pm, ABC) - Scarlett’s career soars as she duets with Zac Brown, but the stress of fame takes its toll on her. Elsewhere, Deacon assists Rayna with writing a song, and Juliette’s declining popularity on tour angers Jeff.
Wahlburgers (10:30pm, A&E) - Three of the Wahlberg siblings (there are nine of them total) have joined forces in the restaurant game – actors Mark and Donnie as investors, and big brother Paul as chef and manager. This new reality series follows the three (mostly Paul, a good bit of Donnie, a little Mark) – along with Wahlberg matriarch and undisputed family boss, Alma – around their Wahlburger burger joint near Boston. Major plot points involve Paul being the uptight one, the brothers arguing over who is mom’s favorite and plans to expand the burger business to other locations.