1) The Maltese Falcon” (1941), “Casablanca” (1942) and “Citizen Kane” (1941), 8 p.m., 10 p.m. and midnight ET, Turner Classic Movies. A great era im filmmaking is celebrated here.. Each movie was shot stylishly in black-and-white, with a smart script and strong characters. Humphrey Bogart stars in the first two; Orson Welles stars in “Kane,” which he also directed. The American Film Institute puts it No. 1 on its all-time list, with “Casablanca” No. 3 and “Maltese Falcon” No. 31.
2) More movies. If you prefer your films to be newer (and in color), there are strong choices. At 7:30 and 10:42 p.m., Bravo has “Shawshank Redemption” (1994), At 8, music and romance blend in “The Bodyguard” (1992) on BET and “Beauty and the Beast” (2017) on TNT.
3) “Oprah With Meghan and Harry, 8-10 p.m., CBS. Five days ago, this drew 18 million viewers – the biggest audience (football excluded) since the Oscars, 13 months earlier. By the end of the next night – when it aired in Britain – it has been seen by 49 million people worldwide. Since then, it has drawn arguments, a royal apology and even the departure of Piers Morgan, the British anchorman who said he didn’t believe Meghan Markle. Here’s a rerun, followed at 10 by a “Clarice” rerun.
4) Basketball, everywhere. The conference tournaments continue, with games on the ESPN channels, plus CBS Sports Network, Fox Sports1 and the individual confernce networks. All of that leads up to the announcement of NCAA tournament brackets, at 6 p.m. Sunday on CBS.
5) “Yes Day,” any time, Netflix. Jennifer Garner stars with Edgar Ramirez (who played Versace in “American Crime Story”) as parents taking a challenge: For 24 hours, they’ll let the kids decide what the family will do. Also debuting today on streaming networks: “Cherry” (Apple TV+) has Tom Holland as a troubled ex-soldier who robs banks; “Own the Room” (Disney+) follows college students who compete at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards.