1) “Juneteenth: Together We Triumph,” 9-11 p.m., ABC. For the second year, ABC has a special keyed to the celebrations (shown here) on Juneteenth weekend. This one (on the eve of the holiday) is hosted by Leslie Odom Jr., with music by Jimmy Allen, Chloe Bailey (of Chloe x Halle) and Leon Bridges. Michael Strahan interviews Barack Obama; there are features on Black farmers, artists and businesses, plus looks at soul food and at new links with whites in small towns and with Asian-American religious leaders in cities.
2) “Friday Night Vibes” debut, 7:30 p.m., TBS. Each Friday, Tiffany Haddish hosts a double-feature, while chatting with friends. Some films will be comedies, which are her specialty; next week are Kevin Hart’s “National Security” and “Get Hard.” But the opener falls on the weekend of Juneteenth and Father’s Day, she’ll have two “Rocky” sequels – “Creed” (2015) and, at 10:15, “Creed II” (2018). Snoop Dogg visits and recaps the all-time greatest knock-outs; Deon Cole (“Black-ish”) co-hosts.
3) “Magnum P.I.,” 8 and 9 p.m., CBS. These reruns (in reverse order) chart the relationship between Higgins and Dr. Ethan Shah. In the second hour, they have their first date; in the first, he asks her to go with him on an extended trip. In that one, she and Magnum probe a stalking case; in the second, they try to repo a plane … which, alas, is used by the drug cartel.
4) “I, Tonya,” 8 p.m., Showtime, and “Physical,” any time, Apple TV+. Both are skillfully directed by Craig Gillespie, with a fondness for complicated women and the foolish men around them. “Tonya,” a delight, won an Academy Award for Allison Janney, as the eccentric mother of skater Tonya Harding, and a nomination for Margot Robbie, as Harding. “Physical” takes a bit longer to get rolling, but we get three of the season’s 10 episodes today; Rose Byrne plays an overwhelmed (for now) 1980s mom.
5) More streaming. Nine days after debuting the terrific “Loki” series, Disney+ has a major film. “Luca” – teen sea creatures in human form – is a Pixar film, originally aimed at theaters. Instead, in the U.S. it will only be at the Disney-owned El Capitan in Los Angeles, with the rest of us streaming it. Also, Netflix has the movie “Fatherhood,” two days after the documentary series “Penguin Town.”