1) “The Greatest #AtHome Videos” season-opener, 9 p.m., CBS. When the pandemic shut Hollywood last summer, networks scrambled for alternatives. There were some duds, but there was also this likable trifle. Originally called “Stayathome Videos,” it was a genial tribute to people who use their stuck-at-home time cleverly, creating delightful videos. The confinement ended, but the creativity continues; Cedric the Entertainer (shown here) introduces new works.
2) “Secret Celebrity Renovation,” 8 p.m., CBS. Put this show with “AtHome”“ and you have a two-hour, feel-good block. Tonight, Paula Abdul helps create a new dance studio for her former teacher.
3) “Sweet Girl,” any time, Netflix. Jason Momoa is filling up the streaming world. Next Friday, his “See” starts a new season on Apple TV+; first, he stars in this action film: His character seeks revenge on the drug company partly responsible for his wife’s death. Streaming fans have also had a terrific week from Hulu. First, “Reservation Dogs” introduced Elora’s bigger-than-life uncle; then “Nine Perfect Strangers” debuted, mixing mystery and humor at an enigmatic “wellness” spa.
4) “Burden of Truth,” 8 p.m., CW. Joanna is battling on two sides – defending herself in a rather absurd criminal case while working for Helen, who refuses to sell to a mining company. Fortunately, she
has help in both: Her half-sister Luna, fighting a tight deadline, works on the criminal case; her boyfriend Billy gets a lead in the accident that put Helen in the hospital.
5) “Blue Bloods,” 10 p.m., CBS. Things get personal for Frank (Tom Selleck) when his top aide, Abigail Baker, is assaulted on the street. Also in this rerun, each of his kids faces complications at work: Erin wants her ex-husband to work the defense on a case she’s prosecuting …. Danny probes the attempted murder of a couple with huge secrets …. And Jamie’s wife has second thoughts, after she undermines one of his decisions at work.