7 p.m. on CBS
If you need someone to use a chocolate bar to stop an acid leak, MacGyver is still the man to call. This series reboot casts Lucas Till as the inventive hero and less of a loner this time as he works with the U.S. government in the Department of External Affairs.
7 p.m. on ESPN
If there’s a team that can give Oklahoma a run for their money in the Big 12 Conference it is the Texas Christian Horned Frogs who visit the Southern Methodist Mustangs tonight at Gerald J. Ford Stadium near Dallas. Since 1915 these two teams have met 95 times with the winner receiving the Iron Skillet trophy.
7:30 p.m. on ABC
The comedy’s second season opens with “Allison’s Career Move,” in which Ken faces the prospect of his wife (Suzy Nakamura) working for the same firm when Pat (Dave Foley) offers her a job. Ken fears having too much closeness wth her, at virtually all hours. Molly (Krista Marie Yu) is concerned about her SAT scores, and Dave (Albert Tsai) conspires with her to keep their parents from learning those results. Tisha Campbell Martin also stars.
8:01 p.m. on FOX
A revision of both a best-selling novel and one of the all-time-classic horror movies, this new drama series — launching with “Chapter One: And Let My Cry Come Unto Thee” — stars Ben Daniels (“Flesh and Bone”) and Alfonso Herrera as priests trying to save a family from apparent demons.