1) “Dynasty,” 9 p.m., CW. Comedies love Thanksgiving, but some dramas also get a crack at it. Now Blake Carrington (Grant Show, shown here) – facing criminal charges – realizes this could be his last chance for a family Thanksgiving. First, he wants Cristal and Adam to quit bickering. Also, Dominique is being pushed to disclose important information … and she’s pushing Monica to work with her new singer.
2) “Hawaii Five-0,” 8 p.m. CBS. Here’s some more Thanksgiving trouble. On the holiday, Junior and Tani track down the thief who plundered his parents’ home. And the team probes the murder of a philanthropist and the theft of his ultra-valuable koa tree. Yes, there apparently are ultra-valuable trees.
3) “Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings,” any time, Netflix. This is Parton’s month everywhere. Last week, she was profiled on ABC and then featured at the Country Music Association; next Tuesday, NBC has her Grand Ole Opry tribute. And in between, here are movies adapted from eight of her songs. They include “Jolene,” “If I Had Wings” and “Sugar Hill” … starring Tim Busfield and Patricia Wettig, who won Emmys as husband and wife on “Thirtysomething.”
4) “Blue Bloods,” 10 p.m., CBS. As police commissioner, Frank (Tom Selleck) is skeptical about staffing changes pushed by the mayor. Also, his daughter, an assistant district attorney, disagrees with a psychiatrist’s opinion about a nanny accused of abuse.
5) “Great Performances: Much Ado About Nothing,” 9 p.m., PBS. Credit PBS for the range of its Broadway-style series. It has two loose musicals (“42nd Street” and next Friday’s “Kinky Boots”), a serious musical (“The King and I”), a somber play (“Red”) and this comedy, done in Central Park. Set in Georgia next year, it starts with a rousing song, then has lots of Shakespeare. The cast (led by Danielle Brooks, Taystee in “Orange is the New Black”) is excellent, but the show isn’t for everyone.