1) “Grammy Salute to the Beach Boys,” 8-10 p.m., CBS. Here’s a romp through great songs – many of them sunny and frilly, a few deep and dark. The hits are there, sung by Beck, Weezer, Charlie Puth, My Morning Jacket and more. But we also get emotional ballads from LeAnn Rimes, Mumford & Sons, and (shown here) a Brandi Carlile/John Legend duet. There are also key comments: When “In My Room” came out, Bruce Springsteen was 13; he played it over and over, in his room.
2) “Lucky Hank,” 9 p.m., AMC. Wedged into an impossible timeslot is one of the best shows in years. Bob Odenkirk plays a rumpled professor, resisting the college president (wonderfully played by Kyle MacLachlan) who wants a list of people who can be fired. Also, Hank’s wife hesitantly interviews for a job in New York. This show is too good to miss; you can also catch it at 9:57 p.m., at 1:24 a.m. or on the AMC+ streaming service.
3) “Yellowjackets” (Showtime) and “Succession” (HBO), both 9 p.m. And here are the gems that make this timeslot so overcrowded. “Yellowjackets” – including a group hangover and a bizarre baby shower – reruns at 11 p.m. and midnight. “Succession” reruns at 10:05, 11:45 and 1:25. As Connor obsesses on his wedding details, Logan prepares to meet Matsson and gives Roman an unsavory assignment.
4) “Masterpiece: Sanditon,” 9 p.m., PBS. And here’s more in the hour’s overload: With three episodes left, all the matches are wrong. It’s Charlotte with her home-town fiance … Georgiana in a fake romance with a gay paramour – whose sister is closing in on Colbourne, Charlotte’s real love. And then, in the final minutes, a fresh crisis emerges. It’s an excellent hour, surrounded by good ones of “Call the Midwife” and “Marie Antoinette,” at 8 and 10.
5) “Gospel Superfest Easter Special,” 5 p.m., BET. Saturday’s concert reruns, alongside religious movies. Turner Classic Movies has “One Foot in Heaven” (1941) at 11:30 a.m ET., “The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima” (1952) at 1:30, “The Nun’s Story” (1952) at 3:15 and, whimsically, “Oh, God” (1977) at 6. Debuting are UpTV’s “Southern Gospel” (7 p.m. ET) and Lifetime’s feel-good “Giving Hope” at 8, preceded by “The Shack” (2017) at 5.