1) “The Comey Rule,” 9 p.m., Showtime. If you missed the first half Sunday, don’t fret; it reruns at 7:25 p.m. today. It’s well-made … but no match for the fierce emotional energy of this conclusion. The opener ended with the 2016 election; now FBI Director James Comey faces a new boss (shown here, with Jeff Daniels and Brendan Gleeson) and a new world. A tsunami of events is about to overtake him and the nation.
2) “Dancing With the Stars,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. Last week this slid to Tuesday, so ABC could air football. Charles Oakley (a former basketball star) was the first person ousted, with Carole Baskin (of “Tiger King” fame) barely surviving. Now the show returns to Monday for “Disney Night”; football – Chiefs at the Ravens – is 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN.
3) “Emergency Call” debut, 10 p.m., , ABC. Every year, host Luke Wilson says, there are almost a quarter-billion calls to 9-1-1. This non-fiction show views them through the operators. That includes a young woman who handles up top 100 calls a day; from life-and-death to cat-in-the-tree.
4) “iHeartRadio Music Festival,” 8-10 p.m., CW. Kane Brown and Khalid link, on a night that mixes country and pop. Miley Cyrus and Keith Urban (who have done both) are there; so are Usher, Bon Jovi, Swae Lee and more. It wraps up a two-night event, with Ryan Seacrest hosting.
5) “Filthy Rich,” 9 p.m., Fox. In last week’s debut, Margaret (Kim Cattrall) reluctantly accepted the notion that her late husband left money to three illegitimate children she never knew. Then viewers got a hint that he may not be dead after all. Now the schemes build, in a show that has bits of fun and chunks of soapy-excess. That’s preceded by the second “L.A.’s Finest,” with the secrets of these police partners (Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union) starting to collide. At 10, switch to CBS’ “Manhunt.”