The Tony Awards (8pm, CBS) - Neil Patrick Harris hosts the 67th annual celebration of Broadway's finest from Radio City Music Hall. Musicals "Kinky Boots" and "Matilda the Musical" lead all shows with 13 and 12 nominations. In the play category, the revival of "Golden Boy" leads the way with 8 nods.
Game of Thrones (9pm, HBO) - For those who have recovered from last week's devastating (and extremely bloody) episode, it's time to take in the Season 3 finale. Tonight, Tywin (Charles Dance, left) is challenged by Joffrey and Bran tells a ghost story. Also, an unusual act of mercy plays out at Dragonstone, and time will tell if Daenerys is to be a conqueror or a liberator.
Falling Skies (9pm, TNT) - Season 3 opens seven months following the group's arrival in Charleston, S.C. Tom has been elected to office, yet one of his decisions threatens tension. Also, Tom and Anne prepare for their baby. In a second new episode at 10, hostilities against the invaders amplify as a nuclear specialist devises a scheme to destroy the aliens' power, while Anne has concerns about her newborn.
The Killing (9pm, AMC) - Sarah joins the serial killer task force with an agenda of her own, and Holder finds a new street informant.
Army Wives (9pm, Lifetime) - Tim goes missing and Holly reaches out to the tribe and Tim's platoon for help. Meanwhile, Denise catches Michael in a compromising position.
Mad Men (10pm, AMC) - Betty plans for Sally's future while Peggy encounters more trouble at home.
The Borgias (10pm, Showtime) - Devasted by his betrayal, Micheletto kills his lover and disappears. Cesare races to Naples to rescue Lucrezia, and Alexander tries to corner the market in Italian sulfur, the key ingredient to gunpowder.