1) Basketball, all day, ESPN. On the third day of the rebooted season, we get a four-game marathon, wrapping with LeBron James and the Lakers facing Kyle Lowry (shown here) and the Raptors, at 8:30 p.m. ET. Earlier, it’s Heat-Nuggets at 1 p.m, Jazz-Thunder at 3:30, Pelicans-Clippers at 6 and Lakers-Raptors at 8. That collides with the second weekend of baseball; at 7:15 ET, Fox has Red Sox-Yankees or (in some regions) Astros-Angels. And on Sunday, basketball moves to ABC.
2) “NCIS: Los Angeles,” 8 p.m., CBS. Gerald McRaney guests as a retired admiral in this rerun. He’s searching for a Naval intelligence officer, with Callen and Sam working protection detail.
3) “Earthflight,” 8 p.m. ET, BBC America. An “enhanced” version of this gorgeous, 2011 series debuts. Using cameras attached to birds, each episode soars over a continent. It starts tonight in North America, with geese and bald eagles above the plains, Grand Canyon, the Golden Gate Bridge and more.
4) “Shakespeare in Love” (1998) and “Little Women” (2019), 8 and 10:06 p.m. Both films offer depth and romance in gorgeous, long-ago settings; both won Academy Awards for their costumes. That was the only Oscar for “Women,” but “Shakespeare” won six more, including best picture and actress (Gwyneth Paltrow). “Women” was nominated for picture and actress (Saoirse Ronan).
5) More movies, HBO and Showtime. All the premium channels are busy tonight. At 8 p.m., HBO has “Jojo Rabbit” (2019), the offbeat film that won an Oscar for its script and was nominated for best picture. Showtime has two music documentaries. “The Go-Go’s” debuts at 7:20 p.m., preceded by “Amy” (2015), the Amy Winehouse film that won an Oscar for best feature-length documentary.