1) “Station 19” season opener, 8 p.m., ABC. The season starts big, with a car crashing into a bar. Trapped inside are Ben Gordon (the doctor-turned-firefighter/EMT) and Pruitt Herrera, the former firehouse chief; outside, Pruitt’s daughter Andy links with Robert Sullivan to try to get them out. That crosses over into “Grey’s Anatomy” … and Ben’s wife, Dr. Bailey, is soon on the scene. It’s a sharp, emotional hour … a promising start to a year that’s planning to continue blending the two shows.
2) “A Million Little Things” return, 10 p.m, ABC. When the crossover hours end, ABC has another dose of drama intensity. It’s been three months since Eddie and Delilah admitted the affair that shattered families. Some relationships are mending, some are crumbling; Sophie, Delilah’s daughter, is barely speaking to her. But now the focus shifts to elusive love: Danny must kiss a girl in “Grease” … but longs for a romance with a boy in the cast. Maggie, a cancer survivor, feels she’s falling for the guy who has her late brother’s transplanted heart.
3) “Star Trek: Picard,” any time, CBS All Access. The best of the “Star Trek” captains is finally back. That’s Patrick Stewart, 79, as Jean-Luc Picard. In this new series, he’s snapped out of retirement by a young woman’s call for help. That leads him on a Galactic mission that will incorporate Riker, Troi and even Seven of Nine.
4) “Outmatched” debut, 8:30 p.m., Fox. It’s great to have smart kids, but this is too much of a good thing: Three of the four kids are geniuses; one is refreshingly average. Their house is awash in charts and labs; their parents (Jason Biggs and Maggie Lawson) are overwhelmed. Like its lead-in (“Last Man Standing”), this is a pleasant show, without being more. It adds to an overflow night that now has a dozen comedies.
5) And more. A week from its finale, the brilliant “A Good Place” finally gets our people to the good afterlife –a quirky world where milkshakes are made of stardust and even unicorns can be improved. That’s 8:30 p.m. on .NBC; at 10, CBS has apreviews Sunday’s Grammy awards: Gayle King talks with Lizzo, Billie Eilish. Lil Nas X and the Jonas Brothers.