1) “A Star is Born” and “Bohemian Rhapsody” (both 2018), 5:40 and 8 p.m., HBO. Two stories about singers – the first fiction, the second true – beautifully blend music and emotion. Both drew Academy Award nominations for best picture. “Star” — superbly directed by Bradley Cooper, with great performances from Cooper and Lady Gaga (shown here) – won a best-song Oscar; “Rhapsody” won best actor (for Rami Malek as Queen frontman Freddie Mercury) plus three Oscars for sound and for editing.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. For the third straight week, “SNL” reruns an episode hosted by the star of a superhero movie. Previously were Paul Rudd and Don Cheadle, both from the “Avengers” films; now it’s Jason Momoa of “Aquaman.” There’s music from Mumford & Sons.
3) “The Good Doctor,” 9 p.m., ABC. Shaun and Lea clearly need each other, even if they have to keep their relationship platonic. In this rerun, they try to work out the details of living together.
4) “The Rookie,” 10 p.m., ABC. It’s Valentine’s Day on this rerun, posing two problems for John (Nathan Fillion): For one, ABC says, this is the most dangerous day of he year for police; for another, he’s newly single. He tries to compensate by throwing a party.
5) “Lies, Crimes and Video,” 8 p.m., HLN. This isn’t something you want captured on videotape: HLN says Tara Lambert, a model, was shown hiring a hitman – telling hr to kill her husband’s ex and then put the body in a woodchipper.