1) “MacGyver,” 8 p.m., CBS. Murdoc (shown here) has been Mac’s prime villain forever … and now he’s showing up more often. In the original show (which started in 1985), he did seven episodes in seven year; now, midway through its fifth season, the reboot has its 11th Murdoc episode. He links with Andrews (Joe Pantoliano) to hack devices and steal secrets from Mac and friends.
2) “Coming 2 America,” any time, Amazon Prime. This is a huge week for the streamers. Amazon has Eddie Murphy in this sequel – a mere 33 years later – to his “Coming to America.” Hulu has “Boss Level” (in which the same deadly day keeps repeating) and Disney+ concludes its much-praised “WandaVision.” These come two days after Netflix debuted the Amy Poehler movie “Moxie” … and one day after CBS All Access became Paramount Plus, including a new “SpongeBob” movie.
3) “The Inside Story” debut, 9 p.m., TNT. The network steps back to admire some of its history. For 30 years, its “Inside the NBA” has looked at pro basketball. Here’s the start of a four-part documentary viewing the show, from Ernie Johnson (who’s been there from the start) to Shaquille O’Neal.
4) “Psycho” (1960), 9:45 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. Alfred Hitchcock’s gem is black-and-white, low-budget and perfectly crafted. That follows “39 Steps” (1935), a Hitchcock mystery, at 8 p.m. ET. For an opposite experience, let AMC sweep you through some broad (and clever) 1980s comedies. It’s “Caddyshack” (1980) at 3:45 p.m., “Police Academy” (1984) at 5:45. “Ghostbusters”(1984) at 8 and “Ghostbusters II” (1989) at 10:30.
5) “Blue Bloods,” 10 p.m., CBS. Erin is not happy. On the day when she must nudge a nervous witness, her boss (the new district attorney) is shadowing her. Also, the serial killer who held her brother Danny hostage has resurfaced.