1) Streaming. This is a busy day for the streamers. At the same time that Disney starts “Mighty Ducks” (see next paragraph) and continues Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” (shown here), others have series. Amazon Prime has animation for grown-ups, launching “Invincible”; Hulu has horror, with the season-finale of “Into the Dark.” Others have non-fiction – “Cocktails and Tall Tales with Ina Garten and Melissa McCarthy” debuts on Discovery+; “Nailed It” starts a new Netflix season, now with duos doing the baking.
2) “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers,” any time, Disney+. The youth-hockey tale goes full-circle: It started as a movie about a rag-tag team with a reluctant coach (Emilio Estevez). Now the Ducks are a too-slick powerhouse; a mom (Lauren Graham) seeks a place for her semi-skilled son. She finds a shabby arena … and that same old, shabby coach.
3) “American Masters: Twyla Moves,” 9-10:30 p.m., PBS. Twyla Tharp turns 80 on July 1, but little has changed. Light and limber physically and mentally, she keeps doing innovative choreography. This film leaps between her past – ballet, Broadway and Baryshnikov, plus the movie “Hair” – to a current project, still in progress: She’s creating a virtual dance piece, making a quick adjustment when a dancer had back trouble. “I’ve been replaced by a short, bald, white guy,” Misty Copeland says with a laugh.
4) “MacGyver,” 8 p.m., CBS. After being bumped by basketball last week, CBS’ Friday dramas are back. There’s this rerun (facing a new “Blacklist” on NBC), with the team trying to board a moving plane, after the pilot has a heart attack. New hours of “Magnum” and “Blue Bloods” follow.
5) Movies. It’s time to savor an Oscar-winning performance for best actor or actress: At 7 p.m., AMC has Tom Hanks in “Forrest Gump” (1994), and FX has Rami Malek in “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2018), which reruns at 10. At 8 ET, Turner Classic Movies has Sally Field in “Places in the Heart” (1984).