1) “The Dick Van Dyke Show – Now in Living Color,” 8 p.m., CBS. Here are two episodes from a great comedy (shown here in a promo photo), now with color added by computer. The second – from the final season– lets Mel (Richard Deacon) finally stand up to Alan (Carl Reiner), his boss and brother-in-law. The first was co-written by Garry Marshall, recalling a real-life time when he had to secretly rewrite a play. Marshall would go on to produce “Happy Days,” “Laverne and Shirley, “Mork and Mindy” and more.
2) “Shark Tank” season-finale, 8 p.m., ABC. This show usually gets big talk and big ideas, but not big creatures. Now here’s the biggest so far – a life-size, animatronic dinosaur. Other pitches are much more portable. They include a cooler, a caffeinated drink and a potty-training helper.
3) “Inside the Met,” 9-11 p.m., PBS. As the Metropolitan Museum of Art neared its 150th birthday last year, it was doubly transformed – by the pandemic and by protests that began with George Floyd’s death. This film (concluding next week) tries hard, but stumbles through lots of vague overviews, poorly edited. Still, there are strong glimpses: Mary Rockefeller – who futilely searched for her twin Michael in 1961 New Guinea – shows the native artwork he savored and their father, Nelson, donated.
4) “The Blacklist,” 8 p.m., NBC. CBS’ dramas (“Magnum P.I.” and “Blue Bloods”) are into reruns now, but “Blacklist” still has new episodes now and next week. Tonight, the task force scrambles to find an assassin hired to kill Liz.
5) ALSO: FX has the second half of “Pride,” its richly researched history of LBGT life and the gay-rights struggle. That’s 8-11 p.m., starting in the 1980s. Movies are also strong, with John Hughes’ teen classic “The Breakfast Club” (1985) at 8 p.m. on AMC and two sci-fi epics – Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” (2020), 6:25 p.m., HBO; and James Cameron’s “Terminator 2” (1991), 8 p.m., BBC America.