1) “The Blacklist” and “The Endgame,” 8 and 9 p.m., NBC. After filling in on Thursdays (and after a five-week break), “Blacklist” (shown here in a previous episode) returns to its Friday slot. Its task force is probing a network for untraceable cell-phone calls, when there are sharp consequences. That leads into a rerun of Monday’s “Endgame” debut … which is a lot like the “Blacklist” debut, nine years ago. Again, a master criminal is confined, but in control; the result is slickly crafted, but lacks believability.
2) “Magnum P.I.” return,’ 9 p.m., CBS. After being bumped by “Celebrity Big Brother” for three weeks, “Magnum” is back and in trouble. He and Higgins are hired to find a woman who skipped out on a $250,000 bail; then they find the body of the detective who previously had the assignment3) “Blue Bloods, 10 p.m., CBS. Back in 2000, Tony Danza was supposed to propel CBS’ Fridays. His detective show was scheduled there … then pulled at the last second, to make room for a newcomer called “CSI.” Tonight, Danza, 70, is merely a visitor to Fridays, playing a police lieutenant; after a “random” shooting at his home, it’s suspected that someone there has a crime link.
4) “Vikings: Valhalla,” any time, Netflix. This jumps ahead to the 11th century, a century later than the previous “Vikings” series. The warriors rage at the British royals … and at each other, as Christians and pagans collide. Also today on Netflix is the “No Exit” movie thriller, set in a closed rest stop during a blizzard. That comes a week after new seasons arrived for “Space Force” on Netflix and the marvelous “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” on Amazon prime.
5) ALSO: The final, 10-minute chapter of “State of the Union” (10 p.m., Sundance) is beautifully written and played, sometimes funny and sometimes bittersweet. Meanwhile, Turner Classic Movies has one of the all-time great sports films; “Hoosiers” (1986) captures the joy and intensity of small-town basketball.