1) “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” 8 p.m., ABC. Brad Rutter is back, partly via rerun. First, there’s “Jeopardy,” rerunning its “Greatest of All Time” tournament (check local listings); that continues through May 14, with (from left) James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings and Rutter. Then he’s part of the new “Millionaire” twist: Each contestant is allowed to bring one guest to confer with; tonight, Hannibal Burress concludes and Catherine O’Hara begins … with Rutter as her guest.
2) “In the Dark,” 9 p.m., CW. Blind and bitter, Murphy is seething. It’s her fault that ex-boyfriend Max is in prison and in danger. It’s her friends’ fault that they – and the guide-dog business – are in the grips of a drug gang. After a few sub-plots (making Felix too cartoon-ish), this hour ends with some jolts. What was once a character drama has become a hard-edged (but erratic) crime show.
3) “Blindspot” season-opener, 9 p.m., NBC. Last season ended with Jane and colleagues on the run from corrupt officials. Jane had stepped outside when a rocket hit their cabin. Tonight – a week later than originally scheduled – we learn who survived and we see a daring rescue attempt. The result – too loud, too blunt – is a terrible fit alongside the subtle human drama of “Council of Dads,” at 8 p.m.
4) “How to Get Away With Murder,” 10 p.m., ABC. In six seasons, “Murder” has drawn high praise for Viola Davis as Annalise, the potent professor and defense lawyer. So far, she has one Emmy and three more nominations. Now Annalise begins her murder trial; Bonnie finds a way for her to use blackmail.
5) “Tommy,” 10 p.m., CBS. Tommy (Edie Falco) has always known her job was on shaky ground. She’s a female New Yorker, hired (after a sexual harassment scandal) to run a police department dominated by male Californians. Now there’s a plan to oust her; with her inner circle, she fights back,