Here comes the sun

Chad Michael Murray (“One Three Hill”) plays label founder Sam Phillips in “Sun Records,” a new miniseries that tracks the careers of several rock ’n’ roll pioneers. It should be fun seeing how much younger actors can channel such icons as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis. “Mike and Molly” veteran Billy Gardell portrays Elvis’ manager, Col. Tom Parker.

9 p.m., CMT

All in the family

“My Brother, My Brother and Me” gives the audience participation concept a twist with the McElroys (real-life siblings Justin, Travis and Griffin) answering questions from viewers about anything under the sun. It’s adapted from a weekly podcast that began in 2010 and routinely ranks among iTunes’ top 10.

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Adding to the list

The success of “The Blacklist” hinges so much on James Spader’s off-kilter charm that it is hard to imagine a spinoff working without him. Still, I’m optimistic about “The Blacklist: Redemption,” if only because lead actress Famke Janssen handled her guest-star appearances on the mother ship with her own charms. Like Spader’s character, her once-ruthless operative, Susan Hargrave, seems poised to take a walk on the good side. But old habits are hard to break.

9 p.m., KARE, Ch. 11

Neal Justin