"Fargo" viewers won't be surprised when heroine Gloria Burgle (Carrie Coon) reveals in Wednesday's season finale that her idea of paradise is a deep-fried candy bar at the Minnesota State Fair. What's surprising is that this cycle ends up being tidier and more conventional than the past two. In other words, no UFOs. That's a bit of a disappointment for those of us who think creator Noah Hawley is the most original voice on TV, but this year he seems to have reserved his big swings for FX's "Legion." That doesn't mean "Fargo" has been a yawn. Twists and turns abounded right up to the very end, and both Coon and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, as a revenge-seeking bridge player, are certain to be Emmy contenders.
9 p.m., FX
Suicide is painless
It's fitting that an evening of cult classics would kick off with 1971's "Harold and Maude," especially for those of us in the Twin Cities. The comedy, which somehow manages to make suicidal urges hilarious, played for nearly two years straight at the now-defunct Westgate Theatre.
7 p.m., TCM
Under the sea
Underwater camera work has rarely looked as vivid as it does in "Big Pacific," a new documentary series that proves the sea makes as dramatic a setting as the jungle. Even regular scuba divers will be stunned by the creatures this project introduces.
7 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2