1) “International Jazz Day from Australia,” 10 p.m., PBS (check local listings). All those music-from-home specials are fine, but sometimes we need the joy of musicians jamming. Taped a year ago in Melbourne, this includes jazz stars from10 countries, from Russia and the U.S. to Israel and Lebanon. They range from jazz classics to Ledisi (shown here) singing “Try a Little Tenderness” and everyone linking for John Lennon’s “Imagine.”
2) NFL draft, 7-11:30 p.m. ET, ABC, ESPN, NFL Network. On Thursday, we got the first glimpse of a social-distance draft. Instead of the usual Las Vegas fuss, the plan has NFL Commissioner Roger Goodall announcing the selections from his home, with some commentators at the ESPN studio and others at home. Today has the second and third rounds; Saturday (noon to 7 p.m. ET) has the last four.
3) “The Blacklist,” 8 p.m., NBC. A cold case has been re-opened, after me new murders are done in the same style. Liz and the task force work on that, while Red tries to help Dembe’s troubled friend.
4) “Blue Bloods,” 10 p.m., CBS. A week from the season-finale, this has two police duos at work. Danny is with Baez, trying to find a drug dealer after two young models die of overdoses. His brother Jamie is with Eddie (his wife), trying to find the mastermind of a robbery.
5) “Extraction,” any time, Netflix. In better times, we might have been in movie theaters on Fridays, watching Chris Hemsworth being Thor. Now we’ll have to settle for this action film, in which he’s a mercenary, trying to free a crime lord’s son. Also today, Netflix has Ricky Gervais as a bitter widower, in the comedy “After Life”; Hulu has a profile of Merce Cunningham, the late dance master.