What to Watch: Scotty McCreery performs on ‘American Idol,’ Top 2 revealed

05/15/2014 6:00 AM

02/15/2015 11:19 AM

American Idol (9pm, Fox) - Garner’s own Scotty McCreery performs his new song “Feelin’ It” tonight. Then a contestant is eliminated and the Top 2 contenders are revealed. Caleb Johnson of Asheville is one of the final three on tonight’s show.

Also on tonight . . .

Big Bang Theory (8pm, CBS) - In the Season 7 finale, Sheldon gets caught up in all the life-altering changes going on around him and considers a monumental move of his own.

Grey’s Anatomy (9pm, ABC) - Cristina’s coworkers give her a fond send-off in the 10th season finale (I thought she left last week!). Meanwhile, a possible terrorist act occurs in Seattle and leads to pandemonium at the hospital. At the same time, Meredith makes a life-altering choice.

Rosemary’s Baby (9pm, NBC) - The miniseries concludes with Guy’s career soaring as Rosemary’s health deteriorates. Before long, true motives are revealed and Rosemary faces unspeakable horror when her due date approaches.

The Carbonaro Effect (10pm, truTV) - In this new series, comic magician Micahel Carbonaro tricks unsuspecting people in various locations -- perhaps while posing as a bartender, pouring 12 pints of beer from an ordinary bottle, or as a salesman, turning a tuft of hair into a puppy.

More season finales airing tonight:The Vampire Diaries” (8, The CW), “ The Millers” (8:30, CBS), “ Reign” (9, The CW) and “ Elementary” (10, CBS).

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