1) “I Love Lucy Funny Money Special,” 8-9 p.m., CBS. When not obsessing on show-business, Lucy schemed about money. These 1954 episodes (with color added by computer) are vivid examples. The first – selling homemade salad dressing – is moderately funny, if we forgive the cliche that only men figure finances. The second – a scramble to win the “bonus bucks” contest – is a giddy crescendo of greed and error, boosted by Lucille Ball’s mastery of sight gags.
2) “Last Man Standing,” 8 p.m., Fox. Here’s the 150th episode, for a show that once seemed gone. It spent five years on ABC and a year in limbo, before Fox. This episode has pluses – snappy punchlines, a good guest role for Melissa Peterman – and flaws, including a lame sub-plot and a tendency to talk in a jokey way. It’s so-so, but pleasant enough to show why this is one of Fox’s last sitcoms standing.
3) “Blue Bloods,” 10 p.m., CBS. Recently renewed for its 10th season, this show pauses for a rerun: During a blackout, cops scramble … and Frank (Tom Selleck) learns harsh truths about his department.
4) “American Masters,” 9-10:30 p.m., PBS (check local listings). After a decade as a magazine photographer, Garry Winogrand simply roamed New York. He loved shooting pictures more than following through. When he died (of cancer in 1984, at 56), he had 2,500 rolls not yet developed and another 4,000 that didn’t get beyond contact sheets. But what he did print showed a masterful eye toward people. This interesting profile is backed by a deluge of great photos.
5) “Doom Patrol,” any time, DC Universe. With a surplus of truly bizarre characters, “Doom” focuses on a few at a time; now Dr. Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton) has his turn. While others – including a “beard hunter” (really) — search for him, we see the back story of his Arctic years. Also arriving today on streaming: Amazon Prime starts the fifth “Bosch” season and Netflix has two movies – “The Ruthless,” an Italian (with subtitles) gangster tale, and Gina Rodriguez in “Someone Great.”