1) “Fresh Off the Boat,” 8:30 p.m., ABC. Here’s a rerun of an episode that put more focus on Constance Wu (shown here), who became a movie star in “Crazy Rich Asians” … then grumbled when “Boat” was renewed for next season. She plays the mom, now an author; as she looks forward to a book-store reading, her husband is excited about a book tour and buys a recreational vehicle.
2) “Great Performances: The Sound of Music,” 9-11:30 p.m., PBS. This vibrant musical keeps coming back. There was the 1965 Julie Andrews movie, the 2013 Carrie Underwood TV special, the 1959 ad ’98 Broadway shows. And there was this version, done live on British TV in 2015 and reaching PBS last November. It lacks the joy of some versions — the palette is gray and the kids don’t show up for the first 20 minutes – but Kara Tointon (shown here) sings beautifully. With pledge drives starting, however, it’s best to check you local station. Examples: This starts at 9 p.m. in Cincinnati and 10 p.m. in Reno, but is bumped in Lansing (by a concert version of “Les Miserables”) and in Fresno.
3) “Magnum, P.I.,” 9 p.m., CBS. During the eight seasons of the original series, our hero was hardly ever suspected of murder. But that happened in the reboot’s fourth episode, which reruns here: He’s hired to test the security of an art-owner … who, alas, is soon killed.
4) “Blue Bloods,” 10 p.m., CBS. From the new Magnum (Jay Hernandez, 41) we go to the old one (Tom Selleck, 73). He plays Frank Reagan, the police commissioner. In this rerun, he’s unhappy that his former police partner (Treat Williams) has written an expose about misdeeds by cops.
5) Streaming, everywhere. This could be a busy weekend for subscribers. One day after CBS All Access introduced “Why Women Kill” (from “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry), the others swarm in. There’s stand-up comedy (Jim Gaffigan, Amazon Prime); a documentary (about the magician called The Amazing Johnathan, Hulu); a movie (Marlon Wayans in all the title roles of “Sextuplets,” Netflix) and even a medical documentary series, with Dr. Lisa Sanders in “Diagnosis,” on Netflix.