1) “The Big Leap,” 9 p.m., Fox. This show tries to do it all – comedy, drama and, at times, zesty dance moves. The previous episode was all-out drama; we learned that Gabby’s high school teacher fathered her son, then ignored them. Tonight, surprisingly, goes the other way. Gabby seethes, seeking revenge on the dancer who spilled her secret; Nick (Scott Foley), the producer, savors the notion; also, his choreographer has gone hallucinogenic. There are serious moments, too, but this one is mostly for fun.
2) “9-1-1,” 8 p.m., Fox. If the World Series goes a full seven games (concluding on Tuesday and Wednesday), this will be unique – the one night, in a 12-day stretch, that Fox doesn’t stuff with football. Tonight, the team gets called to a prison … and ends up in a deadly riot.
3) “Coco” (2017), 8:30 p.m., Freeform. So you thought Halloween was the end of it? The Mexican “Day of the Dead” celebration (Nov. 1-2) notes departed loved ones. That sets up this gorgeous, animated film: A 12-year-old, accidentally in the Land of the Dead, needs his great-great-grandfather. There’s an all-Latino main cast. Adrian Molina, co-writer and co-director, has Mexican roots; Robert Lopez, who co-wrote the songs (including the Oscar-winning “Remember Me”) is Filipino.
4) “Dancing With the Stars,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. After Kenya Moore was ousted last week, the nine remaining couples dance to the music of Queen. That opens with a group production of “I Want It All”; naturally, some of the couples will dance to “We Will Rock You” and “We Are the Champions.”
5) “Dalgleish” opener, any time, www.acorn.tv. Over the next three Mondays, we’ll get movie-length Adam Dalgleish mysteries. He’s been played by Roy Marsden (often on PBS) and Martin Shaw; now Bertie Carvel captures the quiet depth of a solemn widower and poet who says little and observes a lot. In this opener, he’s at a nursing school, with a case that was cleverly crafted by the late novelist P.D. James. Also reaching Acorn today is the third chapter of the four-part, true story, “Manhunt.”