1) “Breeders” debut, 10-11:14 p.m., FX, rerunning at 11:14. Paul and Ally (Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard, shown here) are your basic Britishers, with decent jobs, a nice home and two noisy children. And at times, they teeter close to madness. In the first of these two hilarious episodes, they can’t get the kids or themselves to sleep; in the second, they scheme to get the kids into the best school. They also confront his clueless parents, her careless dad (Michael McKean) and Paul’s failure to pursue his childhood dreams.
2) “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. A week before the finale, people discuss what’s happened; there’s a lot to talk about. Last week, Peter Weber took three women separately to the “fantasy suite,” where they decided whether to have sex. Madison Prewett said no … and said she would have trouble getting engaged if he was intimate with the others; he was. (He later said he wished she had mentioned this earlier.) Next week, he chooses Victoria Fuller, Hannah Ann Sluss or Prewett.
3) “9-1-1 Lone Star,” 8 p.m., Fox. This 10-hour mid-season show will have its two-hour season-finale next week. Tonight, the calls range from a rattlesnake infestation to a man with dementia who created his own crisis. Also, Michelle (Liv Tyler) learns the truth about her sister’s disappearance and Owen (Rob Lowe) adopts a firehouse dog that has cancer.
4) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. This terrific show has ffered only brief glimpses of Abishola’s son, a quietly respectful lad who makes breakfast for her. In this funny rerun, Bob says the kid seems unhappy; Abishola is not looking for any parenting advice.
5) “Laura” (1944), 8 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. The final day of “31 Days of Oscar” has this private-eye classic. TCM follows with “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” (1947) at 9:45 p.m ET, “My Fair Lady” (1964) at 11:45, “The Nun’s Story” (1959) at 3 a.m. and “Tom Jones” (1963) at 5:45 a.m. ET. Each has a connection to the ones before and after it ; “Tom Jones” was directed by Tony Richardson … who also directed the “31 Days” opener (“The Entertainer”). That brings things full-circle.