DON’T MISS: “Magnum P.I.” — Say “aloha” to Season 2 of the sun-drenched crime series as it doubles up with back-to-back final episodes. In the first, Magnum and Higgins are each hired by a different spouse who are in the middle of a contentious divorce to dig up dirt on the other. Awkward! And then, in the closer, Magnum and Higgins help Rick when his father figure, Icepick (Corbin Bernsen) — just out of prison and battling terminal cancer — gets double crossed on a final score. Also, Magnum makes one last bold move to help Higgins stay from being deported when her visa expires. (9 & 10 p.m. Friday, CBS).
SUNDAY: In Season 5 of “Billions,” the vicious rivalry between Bobby Axelrod and Chuck Rhoades gets reignited. Also of note: Julianna Margulies joins the fun as a recurring guest star playing an Ivy League sociology professor and bestselling author. (9 p.m., Showtime).
SUNDAY: As Season 6 of “Good Witch” begins, Cassie and Sam prepare to celebrate their first wedding anniversary. Meanwhile, Cassie welcomes Grey House guest Joy, who seems to be spying on the Merriwick. (9 p.m., Hallmark).
MONDAY: “George W. Bush” is the latest installment of the “American Experience” documentary series. It looks back on the life of the 43rd U.S. president and his tumultuous years in the White House. The two-parter features insights from historians, journalists and members of the president’s inner circle, including chiefs of staff Andy Card and Joshua Bolten, speechwriter David Frum, press secretary Ari Fleischer, senior adviser Karl Rove and others. (9 p.m., PBS).
MONDAY: The legal drama “All Rise” becomes the first broadcast series to respond to current events with an episode that has Judge Lola Carmichael (Simone Missick) presiding over a virtual trial amid the coronavirus pandemic. The episode was produced in groundbreaking fashion for a scripted series, filmed largely on FaceTime, WebEx and Zoom. (9 p.m., CBS).
TUESDAY: “Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind” is an intimate and revealing new documentary about the actress whose life and career have been overshadowed by her tragic 1981 drowning death at age 43. Produced by Wood’s daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner, the film includes home movies, interviews with celebrity colleagues and an emotional sit-down with Robert J. Wagner, who speaks on-camera about Wood’s death for the first time. (9 p.m., HBO).
WEDNESDAY: Tell him “goodbye.” After four hilarious seasons, “Brockmire,” a comedy that introduced us to a boozy major league baseball announcer played Hank Azaria, ends its run. We can only hope that, in the finale, he swings for the fences. (10 p.m., IFC).
THURSDAY: On “Council of Dads,” Larry presents an offer to Robin that will impact the future of the Crab Shack, catching Anthony and everyone else by surprise. Meanwhile, Luly endeavors to make an impression in her writing group, digging deep into personal experiences for a piece. (8 p.m., NBC).
FRIDAY: From “La La Land” director Damien Chazelle comes “The Eddy.” Set in modern-day Paris, it’s a music-infused drama series about a once-celebrated jazz pianist (Andre Holland) who now runs a struggling nightclub. Things become complicated when he gets tangled up with dangerous criminals while trying to protect his business. (Netflix).
SATURDAY: Fans who desperately miss “Downtown Abbey” can revisit the Crawley family and their loyal servants via the 2019 big-screen film. Nearly the entire cast from the wildly popular TV series, including Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery and Hugh Bonneville, returned for the movie, which is pegged to an impending visit by the royal family. (8 p.m., HBO).