1) “Blood & Treasure,” 9 p.m., CBS. Three years after the first season aired on CBS, the second one is on Paramount+. Its season-opener debuted there Sunday, but now gets a quick rerun here. “Blood” links a mismatched duo (shown here): He’s a former FBI agent, now recovering antiquities; she’s a former art thief and con person. Their search takes them to descendants of Cleopatra and beyond.
2) “Blue Bloods,” 8 and 10 p.m., CBS. Ever since CBS decided to cover Thursday’s congressional hearing, its schedule has been scrambled. “Big Brother” was moved from Thursday to today … then was moved again, to be part of a two-hour stretch Sunday. The “Secret Celebrity Renovation,” slated for today, was delayed a week; now “Blue Bloods” is on both ends of “Blood & Treasure.”
3) “The Great American Recipe,” 9 p.m., PBS. It’s party time for the six remaining home chefs. They prepare things that have been favorites at their family gatherings and tell about them. Then “American Anthems” has country singer-songwriter Cam create a song about the Black Books Project, which gathers books with diverse characters and gives them to kids.
4) “The Gray Man,” any time, Netflix. Let’s give Ryan Gosling credit for sometimes doing an intense drama opposite another leading-man type. It was Bradley Cooper in “The Place Beyond the Pines”; now Chris Evans pursues Gosling (a CIA guy) in this movie. Also streaming today is the new season of the British comedy “Trying,” on Apple TV+. On Thursday, Hulu debuted “American Horror Stories,” the anthology spin-off with a fresh tale each week.
5) More movies. Batman competes with himself tonight. He’s Christian Bale on TNT in “Batman Begins” (2005) at 4 p.m. and “The Dark Knight” (2008) at 6:45 … and Robert Pattinson in “The Batman” (2022), at 7 p.m. on HBO. Other strong choices include Stanley Kubrick’s acclaimed “Paths of Glory” (1958) at 9:15 on Turner Classic Movies and John Candy’s “Great Outdoors” (1988) and “Uncle Buck” (1989), at 6 and 8 p.m. on AMC.