1) “Greatest #At Home Videos,” 8 p.m., CBS. As CBS tells it, this is the end – wrapping up a four-week run of videos people made at home, often while isolated. Still, we’ll be surprised if there aren’t more. So far, (a previous moment is shown here), there’s been an endless cascade of bits – sometimes funny, usually fun, occasionally warm – involving people and pets and sheer imagination. And host Cedric the Entertainer keeps asking viewers to send more; we hope this keeps going.
2) “Great Performances: Much Ado About Nothing,” 9 p.m., PBS. The play Shakespeare wrote around 1598 has been transformed to 2020 Georgia. It opens with a gorgeous song, before tackling the verbal tangles. Kenny Leon is known for directing tough drama revivals; he won a Tony for “A Raisin in the Son” and was nominated for “Fences.” Here, he has beautifully led a gifted cast in a broad comedy. Still, many viewers will get lost in the verbiage, done at full-volume to a Central Park audience.
3) “Magnum P.I.,” 9 p.m., CBS. This should be when Magnum and Higgins are focusing on their wedding day. Instead, they assist a modern-day Robin Hood who tried to help a school gets supplies, but ended up stealing drugs. Bobby Lee is back as Jin; also guesting are Taylor Wily and Shawn Mokuahi Garnett from “Hawaii Five-0.”
4) “Catch Me If You Can” (2002), 6:02 and 9:12 p.m., Bravo. From the moment the jazzy score (by John Williams) and stylish credits begin, you know this Steve Spielberg film will be a fun ride. Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks star as a real-life imposter and the agent chasing him. Also: At 9 p.m., kids get “Bolt” (2008) on Freeform and grown-ups get “Terminator 2” (1991) on Showtime. And all day, Turner Classic Movies has Steve McQueen films, including “Bullitt” (1968) at 4:15 p.m. ET.
5) And streaming. Netflix has “Project Power,” a movie about a pill that delivers a superpower – but you don’t know which one – for five minutes; Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt star. It also has “The Great Heist,” a series based on a real bank job in 1994 Colombia. Amazon Prime counters with the new round of “Eco-Challenge,” the macho race Mark Burnett created before launching “Survivor.”