What to Watch on Wednesday: ‘The Masked Singer’ crowns, and unmasks, season 4’s champ.

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The Masked Singer
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on Fox
Season FinaleAfter a season of shocking reveals and surprises, we’re finally at the season 4 finale. Mushroom, Sun, and Crocodile will compete for the last time in the two-hour, holiday-themed episode, with one earning the Golden Mask Trophy and ultimate bragging rights. If EW’s resident sleuths are right, then Aloe Blacc, Leann Rimes, and Nick Carter will be unmasked, but with this show we never know. And for the first time, we’ll see a panelist take home the Golden Ear Trophy. Going into the finale, Jenny McCarthy leads with three correct guesses, Robin Thicke and Nicole Scherzinger are tied at two, and Ken Jeong has… nada. That doesn’t stop the comedian from crowning himself the winner though, in a funny preview from Wednesday’s episode.  —Rachel Yang
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The Challenge: Double Agents
After Natalie Anderson’s defeat of champ Ashley Mitchell in last week’s season premiere of The Challenge: Double Agents, host/handler TJ Lavin gave her a choice: return to her previous partner Wes Bergmann, aka the reason why she was sent down into elimination first, or steal eliminated player Ashley’s partner CT Tamburello, who was also targeted by all the non-winners in the house. Or she could even steal anyone else’s partner to take the heat off her back. As the only person in the entire house who has a gold skull, which means she’s the only one eligible to run the final at this point, this is a huge decision. Who will she choose? —Sydney Bucksbaum
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The Real Housewives of Orange County
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on Bravo
With the initial shock of quarantine behind them, our small troupe of Orange County ‘wives fearlessly head to Lake Arrowhead for a relaxing early summer girls’ trip organized by newbie Elizabeth. That’s what they get, at first, but things get tense when the conversation turns to racial injustice and the Black Lives Matter movement (in support of which we glimpsed some of the ladies marching in last week’s episode). Meanwhile, Braunwyn opens up about her sobriety’s strain on her marriage, and Emily struggles to take care of a very sick Shane. —Mary Sollosi
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The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 10 p.m. on Bravo
Meanwhile, for the ‘wives of another lake — Salt Lake — its party-central as the Sundance Film Festival gets underway. While it’s fun and a celebration for everyone else, it’s all work and no play for “the Queen of Sundance,” party organizer Lisa. After her 1920s-themed party, Whitney is hosting another bash, this one for her husband Justin’s 52nd birthday, where, gasp, Jen and Mary call a truce! Meanwhile, Meredith helps son Brooks get ready for SLC’s first-ever fashion show, where he’s showing his line. And in a bit of network synergy, Heather, looking for a one-night stand, gets an assist in her efforts by Utah natives — and Vanderpump Rules stars — Lala and Katie. What could go wrong? —Gerrad Hall
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What ELSE to Watch
8 p.m.
The Great Christmas Light Fight — ABC
The Amazing Race (season finale) — CBS
Devils (season finale) — The CW
CMT Remembers Charley Pride — CMT
9 p.m.
SEAL Team (fall finale) — CBS
The Art of Political Murder (doc) — HBO
10 p.m.
For Life (fall finale) — ABC
S.W.A.T. (fall finale) — CBS
The Expanse (season premiere) — Amazon Prime Video
The Ripper (docuseries debut) — Netflix
*times are ET and subject to change