1) “Great Performances: She Loves Me,” 9 p.m., PBS. At work, these two battle and bicker; at home, each has an anonymous pen pal … unaware they’re writing to each other. Yes, that sounds familiar. The story has become three movies, a play and this musical … which reached Broadway three times. This is the third one – light comedy, vibrant music, Tony-winning set and Tony-nominated performances by Zachary Levi and Laura Benanti (they’re shown here) and Jane Krakowski. It starts a five-Friday stretch of theater reruns.
2) Baseball, ESPN and MLBN. It’s the first full (almost) day of baseball. Only the Yankees and Nationals – who had the opening game Thursday — aren’t scheduled. ESPN has a tripleheader – Braves and Mets at 4 p.m. ET, Brewers and Cubs at 7, Angels and A’s at 10. Also, MLBN has the Tigers and Reds at 6:10 p.m. ET and the Mariners and Astros at 9:10.
3) “The Greatest #Athome Videos,” 8 p.m., CBS. The second at-home special (again hosted by Cedric the Entertainerz0, offers quick spurts of fun. Sure, there are a few warm moments — a long-distance skateboard from Tony Hawk, a long-distance 95th-birthday serenade from Smokey Robinson, But moslty, this is the quirky fun of magic tricks, video tricks and some really tricky (and skillful) acrobatics.
4) “Magnum P.I.,” 9 p.m., CBS. “Hawaii Five-0” has ended its 10-season run, but some of its people are in this crossover rerun. Junior has been kidnapped and most of the Five-O team has been rounded up by the CIA. Tani and Quinn ask Magnum and Higgins for help.
5) Movies. Two new ones stream today. Amazon Prime’s “Radioactive” has Oscar-nominee Rosamund Pike (“Gone Girl”) as Marie Curie; Netflix’s “Kissing Booth 2” has Emmy-nominee Joey King (“The Act”) in a sequel to her teen romance. Also, cable has two best-actor/actress Oscar-winners. It’s Joaquin Phoenix in “Joker” (2019), at 7:55 p.m. on HBO’ and Brie Larson in Room (2015) at 8 p.m. on Showtime. Both films were best-picture nominees.