1) “Name That Tune” debut, 9 p.m., Fox. This is a night when ancient game shows suddenly return to prime time. “Tune” began on radio in 1952, moved to primetime -TV (NBC and then CBS) the next year, then slid to daytime and two syndicated runs – one with the future Kathie Lee Gifford as vocalist. Now it’s back, with Jane Krakowski (shown here) as host and Randy Jackson as the producer and bandleader.
2) “The Price is Right,” 8 p.m., CBS. Here’s another long-ago game show. “Price” began in 1956 and has been a staple of CBS’ daytime since 1972 – first with Bob Barker and now with Drew Carey. For three of the next four Wednesdays, there will also be primetime editions, including celebrity guests playing for charity. That starts with actor Adam DeVine playing for the Children’s Miracle Network, a logical connection: After being hit by a truck when he was 11, DeVine had 26 surgeries.
3) “Chicago P.D.,” 10 p.m., NBC. We’ll quit assuming the three Chicago dramas are equal. Yes, all are from producer Dick Wolf, but “Chicago Med” (8 p.m.) has another lame episode tonight; two hours later, “P.D.” has a strong one. That starts with Kim and Adam, partners at work and platonic friends off-work; they come across a little girl, wandering aimlessly … leading to bigger things. The case gets solved too easily, but it’s sharply directed (by Eriq LaSalle of “ER” fame) and acted with subtle skill.
4) “Who Wants To Be a Millionaire,” 8-11 p.m., ABC. The comedies will be back next week, including a new one. For now, “Millionaire” – also at 8 p.m. Sundays – gets the entire night. That includes celebrities – Amanda Peet, Zachary Quinto, Karamo Brown, Ray Romano – and a special-ed teacher.
5) Also: Yes, there are scripted shows, but only NBC’s are new. CW has “Riverdale” and “Nancy Drew” at 8 and 9 p.m.; CBS includes a good “Young Sheldon” episode at 9, with Sheldon and his dad on a road trip to Cal Tech. Mostly, though, tonight is about reality shows. At 8 p.m., Fox has the second “Undercover Dancer,” Discovery starts a new season of “Undercover Billionaire” (this time following three people) and Lifetime introduces the couples that will start next week’s “Married at First Sight.”