1) “Krapopolis” debut (shown here), after football (about 8 p.m. ET), Fox. Tyrannis has this theory that people can live peacefully in cities. That’s viewed skeptically by his mom (a self-obsessed shapeshifter), dad (half-human) and sister (really macho). In tonight’s second episode, Olympic-type games implode. This is a broad comedy from the “Community” and “Rick and Morty” producer. It’s inconsistent, but a fun piece of the cartoon line-up that starts next Sunday.
2) “Yellowstone,” 8 and 9 p.m., CBS. Sure, many people have already seen this, via cable or streaming. Still, last week’s two-hour opener – with huge lead-ins from football and “60 Minutes” — did well in the Nielsen ratings. John Dutton (Kevin Costner) stars as a modern mega-rancher with a cowboy soul. Last week ended in a shoot-out. Now his adopted son Jamie tries to calm the governor. Jamie, a lawyer, has political ambitions; so does his sister Beth.
3) “Professor T,” 8 p.m., PBS. A tricky mystery, with strong characters, ends with an abrupt confession. That’s disappointing, but provides extra time for the show’s regulars. Lisa (Emma Naomi), a detective sergeant, triumphs at work and faces quiet tragedy at home. The professor (Ben Miller) is convinced he should try dating; we’re soon reminded that Miller is also a gifted comedy actor.
4) “Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon,” 9 p.m., AMC. Some people prefer “Emily in Paris,” with cute clothes and perky smiles. Now it’s Daryl in Paris, with vile zombies and worse (maybe) humans. Dixon’s task was to deliver a promised child and two nuns. Tonight, he finds a wild nightclub and very possibly the strangest orchestra in TV history. Now his bigger task (in the fourth of six episodes) is getting home. It’s a taut and involving hour, albeit a nasty one.
5) ALSO: On PBS, “Unforgotten” (9 p.m.) has the fourth of six episodes, a good one, with the lead cops finding their personal worlds crumbling; “Van der Valk” (10) solves its two-part mystery in semi-satisfying fashion. And on “Billion” (8 p.m., Showtime), Prince makes a big political move, while others try to prop up morale at his office. Also, Chuck and his ex-wife Wendy face a family crisis.