1) “The Wizard of Oz” (1939),” 8 p.m., ET Turner Classic Movies. On the 100th anniversary of her birth, we get some of Judy Garland’s best films. That peaks with “Oz” (shown here), which the American Film Institute puts at No. 10 on its all-time list. it’s followed at 10 ET by an “Oz” documentary by Jack Haley Jr. (Garland’s former son-in-law) and at 11 by “Meet Me in St. Louis” (1944), the radiant musical directed by her husband-to-be, Vincente Minnelli. There’s more in the daytime, leading to the popular “In the Good Old Summertime” (1949) at 6.
2) “Charmed” series finale, 8 p.m., CW. In the new CW landscape, superheroes are fine, but supernatural scares are on the way out. Two shows about young women with witchly powers have been canceled: “Legacies” ends next week and “Charmed” ends tonight. Our heroines – dubbed “the Power of Three” – have battled a cabal of foes; now they learn that those enemies work for a dark force – “the Lost One” – who could destroy magic
3) Basketball, 9 p.m. ET., ABC, with Jimmy Kimmel at 8 p.m. and a pre-game show at 8:30. Things stay in Boston for the fourth game of the best5-of-seven series with the Celtics and the Golden State Warriors. This moves back to California on Monday; if needed, there will be games June16 in Boston and June 19 in California.
4) More movies. It’s a night of crowdpleasers. That starts with the goofy fun of “Police Academy” (1984, 6:45 p.m., IFC) and ends with the wit of “Knives Out” (2019, 10:30 p.m,, E). In between are Steven Spielberg’s masterful “Jurassic Park” (1993, 7:45 p.m., HBO) and a fun double-feature on Pop – “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” (1986) at 8 p.m. and “Footloose” (1984) at 10.
5) And streaming: This is a busy time for Disney+. On Wednesday, it added he fourth episode of “Obi-Wan Kenobii” and the first of “Ms. Marvel” – with a Pakistani-American teen suddenly having superpowers. Today it adds a documentary about the Buzz Lightyear character – whose movie debuts next Friday. Also today, Netflix has “Dirty Daddy,” a tribute to the late Bob Saget. Earlier this week, Netflix debuted the Adam Sandler film “Hustle” and Peacock rebooted “Queer as Folk,” the pioneering gay drama, now set in New Orleans.