1) “Ms. Marvel” conclusion, 8-11 p.m., ABC. Fresh from its Television Critics Association award for best family show, this mini-series – originally on Disney+ — wraps its two-week rerun. Last week, we met Kamala Khan, a teen who played videogames and wrote fan fiction, especially about Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel). Then a bangle from her grandmother unlocked her own powers. Now (shown here) she’s traveling the world to learn family secrets.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. With a knack for dry understatement, Aubrey Plaza has gone from a supporting role in “Parks and Recreation” to the involving title character in “Emily the Criminal” and then to an Emmy nomination in “White Lotus.” Here’s a rerun of her hosting “SNL,” with Sam Smith as the music guest.
3) “Shakespeare & Hathaway,” 7 and 8 p.m., Ovation. This show’s mysteries tend to be weak, redeemed by quirky characters and a charming setting – Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birth and burial place. In the first hour, those characters include a nervous, first-time lawyer, a vagabond street performer … and, as always, the detective agency’s lone employee, currently in a chicken suit. In the second hour, the detectives themselves become suspects.
4) “NCIS: Hawaii,” 8 p.m., CBS. When as Navy sailor is killed, the team finds itself facing a ruthless local crime family. That rerun is followed by a “Blue Bloods” one in which a larceny is fueled by a feud between criminal organizations.
5) “Hip Hop Treasures” opener, 10 p.m., A&E. One day after celebrating its 50th birthday, hip hop again notes its history. This three-week series follows LL Cool J and Ice-T (rappers-turned-actors, one from each coast) as they search for artifacts. The opener centers on The Notorious B.I.G., who was shot to death at 24. It includes his widow, singer Faith Evans, and his protege, Lil’ Cease.