Fox’s TV version of “Lethal Weapon” has some sting, but it would been even more powerful if the network had hired Sanaa Lathan as the tightly wound Riggs. That’s basically the role she plays in “Shots Fired,” a 10-part miniseries in which her investigator tries to find the truth out about a police-involved shooting. The drama doesn’t quite live up to its early promise, but Lathan does.
7 p.m., KMSP, Ch. 9
Devil in disguise
“Rogue” kicks off its fourth and final season with new cast member Neal McDonough, a formidable actor with a hypnotic set of eyes and devilish grin to boot. McDonough hasn’t had a great role since his one season on “Boomtown” over a decade ago. Let’s hope this one does the trick.
8 p.m., DirecTV/Audience Network
Strike up the band
Every comedian’s secret desire to be a rock star comes true on “The Comedy Jam,” the freewheeling series that returns with Chris Hardwick and Richie Sambora teaming up on “Wanted Dead or Alive.” Look for appearances later this season by Minnesotan Colton Dunn and “24” favorite Mary Lynn Rajskub.
9 p.m., Comedy Central