1)“Magnum P.I.” return, 9 p.m., CBS. This used to be dependable on CBS, with three crime hours each Friday. Lately, that’s shrunk to two and (for the last couple weeks) just one, Now “Magnum” is back, with only its second new hour in six weeks. It borrows an idea that has worked for “X-files,” “The Godfather,” “Law & Order” and more: A guy wakes up, covered with blood and unable to remember if he’s committed a crime; Magnum and Higgins (shown here) try to find out. That’s followed by “Blue Bloods,” which this week was renewed for its 13th season.
2) “The Blacklist,” 8 p.m., NBC. This show gets more attention when CBS cuts back on crime. Tonight, Red (James Spader) tries to find s former associate. Also, the task force is tracking someone who is illegally dealing in psychedelics.
3) NFL draft, 7-11 p.m., ABC; also, ESPN networks. The second day of the draft has rounds two and three, plus one difference: ESPN plans to start with draft coverage at 7 … then switch to a pro-basketball playoff game at 8. Meanwhile, ESPN2 will carry the basketball pre-game show at 7, but take over the draft coverage at 8.
4) “Great Performances: Now Hear This” and “International Jazz Day” 9 and 10 p.m., PBS. It’s a varied music night. First, Scott Yoo visits composers Sergio Assad in Chicago and Reena Esmail in San Francisco, seeing how they merge their roots (from Brazil and India) with other traditions; there’s some sweet music in gorgeous settings. Then we hear jazz greats, including Herbie Hancock, Andra Day, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Marcus Miller.
5) “Ozark” and “Grace and Frankie,” Netflix. Two popular shows wrap their final seasons. “Ozark,” with Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, had previously shown seven episodes in its fourth season; here are the other seven. “Grace and Frankie,” with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, had shown four in its seventh season; here are the other 12. Also, Apple TV+ launches Elisabeth Moss’ “Shining Girls,” one day after the start of two more mini-series – “The Offer” on Paramount+ and “Under the Banner of Heaven” on Hulu.