1) “In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl” finale, 9 p.m., PBS. This starts with the perfect way to celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s 212th birthday: Gustavo Dudamel (shown here) conducting Aaron Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait,” with Vin Scully narrating. The rest of the night has vibrant Latino music with Carlos Vives, Cafe Tacvba and flamenco dancer Siudy Garrido. This series’ only weak spots have been the pleasant-but-empty video chats; this time, there are two of them … but the rest of the hour is superb.
2) “Casablanca” (1942), 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. Other cable channels will hold their romance movies until Sunday, but TCM makes it a Valentine weekend. That starts with this black-and-white gem, which the American Film Institute lists at No. 3, behind only “Citizen Kane” and “The Godfather.” It’s followed at 10 p.m. ET by the musical, “West Side Story” (1961). Coming are “Roman Holiday” and “Pillow Talk” on Saturday and “Age of Innocence” and “The Way We Were” on Sunday.
3) “MacGyer,” 8 p.m., CBS. Jorge Garcia, best-known for “Lost,” guests here as his “Hawaii Five-0” character, Jerry Ortega, helping infiltrate a Codex cell. Meanwhile, the team rushes to help Matty’s former mentor (Robert Patrick). He and his embassy staff have come down with a mysterious illness.
4) “Magnum” and “Blue Bloods,” 9 and 10 p.m., CBS. Shedding most of its reruns this week, CBS has new hours tonight. First, Magnum searches for a young man who has disappeared, with a bullet in his chest and in need of surgery. Then Danny witnesses a drive-by shooting and argues with the detective working the case; his brother Jamie has a childhood friend who feels she’s solved a cold case.
5) “Hip Hop Uncovered” opener, 10 p.m., FX. This six-part series will have plenty of time for the musicians and the brilliant rappers who propelled hip hop. This first part, however, focuses on the roots in poverty, violence and drugs. One man talks of dealing at 9; amid joblessness, another says, “there’s an employer on every corner and he can put you to work that night.” It’s a fascinating hour – but with language and attitudes that will repel many viewers.