1) “Breeders,” 10 p.m., FX, rerunning at 11:04. Last week’s episode (rerunning ar 10:31) found Ally (Daisy Haggard) reluctant to tell Paul (Martin Freeman) she’s pregnant. Tonight, they hesitantly ponder their future. These are people in their 40s; it’s already been difficult to raise two children (shown here in a previous flashback), with a new crisis arriving tonight. The result subtly mixes dabs of comedy and drama.
2) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. This terrific comedy has shown that Abishola is good at everything … except people skills. Those are the skills she needs, when she’s temporarily in charge of the nursing staff. That also means she can’t take care of Bob’s mother, whose family must adjust.
3) “All American” return, 8 p.m., CW. After resting for a month, the show returns with the coach (Taye Diggs) facing problems: His daughter (Olivia) is feuding with his star player (Spencer). Also, he needs a kicker; try-outs bring surprising results. Meanwhile, Asher faces a tough choice about football and Coop faces a tough one about education and life.
4) “Black Lightning” return, 9 p.m., CW. Sometimes, a simple “my bad” doesn’t suffice. Khalil wants to be good now, but people can’t seem to forget he used to be a cybernetic assassin. He’s had a tough time – at one point he was paralyzed, at another he was dead – so he needed to go the cyber-route.
5) “Keeping Faith,” any time, www.acorn.tv. To savor Eve Myles’ stunning work, you might start with the first season (also on Acorn). We see a young Welsh lawyer – a wife and mom with a busy life and a quick laugh. Or start with this season, the third. (Two episodes arrive today, with the other four coming weekly.) Shattered by a divorce (and the effect on her daughters, 14 and 11), she tackles a tough case … and meets someone from her past (Celia Imrie, in the opposite of her ditsy “Better Things” .role).