Curtain call

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

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

Lights-out journalism

"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

Neal Justin