1) “Blue Bloods” season-finale, 9 and 10 p.m., CBS. In last season’s finale, Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) met Joe Hill, an adult grandson he didn’t know about. (Hill’s biologic father, Joe Reagan, was killed as an undercover cop.) The new Joe was in the first three episodes this season, then vanished. Now we learn he’s been working undercover, in a gang that Danny – a police detective who is Joe’s uncle — is investigating. Now Danny (center) and Jamie (right) try to save their nephew (back to camera), in a two-part finish to the 11th season.
2) “Pride” opener, 8-11 p.m., FX. Most gay-rights documentaries focus on recent decades, but this one – the first half of a two-week, six-hour film – starts further back, skillfully mixing news footage, talking heads and re-enactments. We see Christine Jorgensen, a World War II soldier who had transgender surgery in 1952. And Madeleine Trees (portrayed by Alia Shawkat), a San Francisco lawyer. And we see a chilling case of blackmail that involved control of the U.S. Senate.
3) “Dynasty,” 9 p.m., CW. Fallon’s dad, Blake Carrington, sits her down for a talk on her wedding day … but it’s not the fatherly advice she was expecting. He also faces pressures elsewhere and turns to Cristal for help. And things are going well for Alexis – but Dominique has another move to stop her.
4) “Great Performances: Arts Interrupted,” 9 p.m., PBS. For 14 months, many performers have been shut down. From dance and musicals to operas and orchestras, the economics only work if there’s a large, packed audience. This hour views groups that have scrambled for solutions, including streaming. It includes bits of performances by Ronda Fleming, Yo-Yo Ma, Ballet X, the Michigan Opera Theatre, Broadway’s “Moulin Rouge” and Somi with a big-band backing.
5) “We Are Family: Songs of Unity and Hope,” 10 p.m., PBS. Here’s one group that has managed to do pandemic performances. The American Pops Orchestra had two concerts – both outside, with a distanced audience – in December; this third one has Judith Light introducing Morgan James, Nova Y. Patton, Gabrielle Ruiz, Broadway’s Laura Osnes and Rayshun LaMarr from “The Voice.” The songs will be upbeat, including “You’ve Got a Friend,” “A Change is Gonna Come” and “I Will Survive.”