1) “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019), 8 p.m. Starz. This movie is sprawling and ambitious, eccentric and inconsistent. In short, it’s a QuentinTarantino film. There are whole scenes you could take out, without affecting the plot; many of those scenes, however, are wonderful. In the 1960s, we see (shown here) a fading star (Leonard DiCaprio, right) and his stunt double (Brad Pitt, who won a supporting-actor Oscar). They meet Bruce Lee, Charles Manson and others, in ways that slyly rewrite history.
2) “MacGyver,” 8 p.m., CBS. When the basketball tournament was canceled, CBS mostly filled its void with reruns. But “MacGyver” has plenty of new episodes left, so here’s one of them. Mac and Desi are on a double-date with Riley and her new boyfriend. Now they must solve a murder without letting him figure out that they’re secret agents.
3) “Hawaii Five-0,” 9 p.m., CBS. Setting up next week’s series-finale, McGarrett gets a coded message from his late mother; others are willing to kill for it. Also, Chuck Norris plays a retired Marine who helps a witness hide from authorities.
4) “Making the Cut,” anytime, Amazon Prime. This Heidi Klum/Tim Gunn design show was taped in the recent past, when travel was easy. One contestant went from Belgium to New York … then right back to nearby Paris. One did come from Paris – but the one in Ohio with, he says, “800 people and 8,000 cows.” Others were from Germany, Israel, Italy, Malaysia and scattered U.S. cities. Their tastes range from all-black to “bright and funky and pretty loud …. I don’t do black.” It’s a good start.
5) More streaming. It’s a busy week for streamers. Monday brought the intense “Luther” on Amazon Prime and the bright and bouncy “Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears” on Acorn. Thursday had the season-finale of “Star Trek: Picard” on CBS All Access. Now “Making the Cut” is joined by crime- thriller series: “Baghdad Central” is on Hulu; Jason Bateman;s “Ozark” has a new season on Netflix.