1) “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and “The Wizard of Oz” (1939), 5 and 6:33 p.m., TBS. Two of the all-time great shows return, as part of a great stretch for TBS. Tim Burton’s brilliant “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (2005) is at 2:30 p.m., with “Grinch” (shown here) – a wondrous blend of Dr. Seuss and animator Chuck Jones – at 5. “The Year Without a Santa Claus” is 5:30, with “Oz” at 6:33 and 8:45 … and “Charlie” again at 11:01 p.m.
2) Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction, 8 p.m., HBO. In its 36 years, the Hall has only inducted three performers who were mainly country — Conway Twitty, Johnny Cash … and now Dolly Parton. She’s in an inductee group ranging from Eminem’s rap to Lionel Richie’s love songs; it also has Carly Simon, Pat Benatar, Duran Duran and the Eurythmics. The night has music from Bruce Springsteen, Janet Jackson, John Mellencamp, Pink and more.
3) “CSI: Vegas,” 8 p.m., CBS. This reruns a smart – sometimes too smart – hour, starting with a home-invasion and multiple murder. The plot gets overly tangled and leans on the “cry for help” cliché. A scene with Catherine and her daughter is also overwrought – but salvaged by strong performances by Marg Helgenberger and Katie Stevens. And there’s a key turning point for young agent Penny Gill, who’s well-played by Sarah Gilman.
4) “Santa Bootcamp,” 8 p.m., Lifetime. Good casting semi-salvages a predictable tale. Emily Kinney is likable as a part-planner, with hearing-impaired actress Deanne Bray as her mom. Most important, Rita Moreno, 90, and John Schuck, 82, are charming as the all-knowing “bootcamp” leaders.
5) “Black Panther” (2018), 8-11 p.m., FX. While its sequel (“Wakanda Forever”) makes zillions in movie theaters, we can still catch the original. With one flaw (a too-prolonged ending, in the Marvel style), it’s a beautifully crafted epic, with great work from the late Chadwick Boseman and others.