A.J. Jacobs had an inspired idea when he researched a book detailing his attempt to follow the Bible's teachings for a year. Unfortunately, the TV adaptation "Living Biblically" owes more to typical sitcom writers than the Book of Luke, although Ian Gomez and David Krumholtz have a sinfully good time playing two-thirds of a joke about a priest, a rabbi and a minister walking into a bar.
8:30 p.m., WCCO, Ch. 4
Change my way of thinking
If the recent box set spotlighting Bob Dylan's gospel years hasn't made you a convert, the concert film "Trouble No More" should do the trick. The legend has never looked more spirited and engaged than he does in this footage from 1980, intercut with sermons written by Luc Sante and read by Michael Shannon. Stick around after the closing credits for an impromptu performance that will have you whispering hallelujah.
9 p.m., Cinemax
The force is with them
"Final Space" isn't officially part of the "Star Wars" universe, but I'm guessing Supreme Commander George Lucas will make room after watching this plucky new animated series from Conan O'Brien's production company. Olan Rogers is the mad genius, and main voice, behind this sci-fi romp about a cocky space prisoner thrust into a save-the-world mission. Plenty of other film classics are referenced, most notably HAL, the renegade computer, from "2001: A Space Odyssey."
9:30 p.m., TBS