● Another gripping and occasionally gruesome season of Kevin Costner’s “Yellowstone” comes to a close, and there’s an ominous feeling in the air. As the battle for the ranch reaches a boiling point, John Dutton (Costner) sits down at the negotiating table with former friends and foes. We won’t be at all surprised if someone doesn’t make it out of the finale alive, but we’re at least heartened by the fact that the series already has been renewed for a fourth season. (9 p.m., Paramount Network).
● In the new season of “Alaskan Bush People,” the Browns are locked in a brutally challenging race against time. In subzero temperatures, family members need to complete work on their dream cabin on the mountain before spring. (8 p.m., Discovery Channel).
● Brace yourself. A second season of “Love Island” kicks off with a two-hour premiere as an all-new cast of lustful “islanders” attempt to find romance while sequestered in a “bubble” at a Las Vegas hotel. (8 p.m., CBS).
● The gripping first season of “I May Destroy You” concludes with an episode that has Arabella closing in on the answers she seeks about her drugged sexual assault. And now she must drag the last of her demons out from under the bed – once and for all. (9 p.m., HBO).
Need more soapy story lines in your life? Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and the Have Nots” launches the second half of its seventh season with back-to-back episodes that promise “more revenge, deceit, betrayal, decadence and destruction.” And, yes, we’re all in. (8 p.m., OWN).
“Women in Film Presents: Make It Work” is a special with a blend of music, comedy and celebrity testimonials. The program, aimed at exploring the issues and solutions for getting women back to work, boasts a talent lineup that includes Mara Brock Akil, Alison Brie, Connie Britton, Rosario Dawson, Jane Fonda, Jennifer Garner, Rita Moreno and many more. (8 p.m., the CW).
● The 2020 Republican National Convention, held in virtual style, concludes tonight. President Donald Trump is scheduled to accept his party’s nomination and make his case that he deserves four more years in the White House. (Check local listings for times and networks).
● “Pure” is a new comedy about a young, London-based woman named Marnie (Charlie Clive) who is caught in the grip of an excruciating obsessive-compulsive disorder. Seems that her mind is teeming with a constant barrage of intrusive sexual thoughts. (HBO Max).
● In the 2019 feature film “Bombshell,” Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman play real-life TV journalists Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson. The story recalls the accounts of women at Fox News who leveled explosive allegations of sexual harassment against network CEO Roger Ailes. The stellar cast also includes Margot Robbie, John Lithgow, Kate McKinnon and Connie Britton. (8 p.m., Epix).
● “Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe” is a new animated saga that follows stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb as they trek across the galaxy to rescue their sister Candace, who after being abducted by aliens, finds utopia in a far-off planet that’s free of pesky little brothers. (Disney+).