Those who wake up humming show tunes will be delighted to hear who earned Tony nominations. But those who aren't Broadway-minded should tune into the announcement by Katharine McPhee and Leslie Odom Jr. to see whether more mainstream stars — including Tina Fey, Denzel Washington, Amy Schumer and Uma Thurman — make the cut.
7:30 a.m., WCCO, Ch. 4 or at tonyawards.com
Penny for your thoughts
From 1938 to 1950, "Blondie" was more than a beloved comic strip. Columbia Pictures churned out a staggering 28 comedies featuring Penny Singleton as the title character and Arthur Lake as her bumbling husband, Dagwood. Spend some time with the Bumsteads in this six-film marathon that kicks off with the original. Keep your eyes peeled for an appearance from future star Rita Hayworth.
7 p.m., TCM
"Blackout in Puerto Rico" looks at the effects of Hurricane Maria and the devastation that continues to this day. NPR contributed to this investigative report, the latest installment of a "Frontline" season that's tackled everything from the aspirations of Vladimir Putin to the fallout from the accusations leveled at Harvey Weinstein.
9 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2