1) “Kids Choice Awards,” 8 p.m., Nickelodeon. Other award shows have been postponed, but this goes ahead in a social-distancing way, with the sub-title, “Celebrate Together.” Victoria Justice (shown here) will host, Asher Angel will sing “All Day” and LeBron James will get the Generation Change Award. Guests – presumably long-distance – will include Dwayne Johnson, Ariana Grande, BTS, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Ellen DeGeneres, Lil Nas X, Ellen DeGeneres and the cast of “Avengers: Endgame.”
2) “American Idol,” 9-11 p.m., ABC. Here’s a rerun of Sunday’s episode, the first with contestants at home. The result worked well, with skillful cutting between stationary cameras, including ones at the homes of back-up singers and musicians. The contestants were terrific … but maybe not as good as the judges seemed to think, amid constant raves. On Sunday, 10 singers will survive and perform again.
3) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Last week, “SNL” put together its second at-home edition, sparked by Brad Pitt as Dr. Anthony Fauci and by an excellent song from Miley Cyrus. Now it apparently returns to reruns, listing Daniel Craig as tonight’s host, with music from The Weeknd.
4) “The Good Witch” movies, all day, Hallmark Movies and Mysteries. This started as a pleasantly simple, Hallmark-style film in 2008: Fresh from her “JAG” popularity, Catherine Bell played Cassie, a good-spirited witch with a small-town bed-and-breakfast. That airs at 6 a.m., followed by 11 more movies. Cassie married the police chief, was widowed and married a doctorl she launched a series, which starts its season Sunday on the Hallmark Channel. First, here are the movies, in a 24-hour blur.
5) “Line of Duty,” 10 p.m., AMC. Here’s the opposite of “Good Witch” (and of Hallmark) in every way. It’s tense, fierce, violent and not really intent on a happy ending. Gates (Lennie James) was a good cop until he took money from Jackie, who was soon killed. He’s been investigated by Arnott and (undercover) by Fleming. As last week ended, Arnott was being tortured by thugs as Gates stood by. Stick around: This five-week story ends with sharp jolts; next week, a new one begins.