Target practice

Dolph Lundgren, who first gained fame by battling Rocky Balboa in “Rocky IV,” takes on another American hero during flashbacks on “Arrow,” perhaps the least-buzzed-about weapon in the DC Comics quiver. This season, our protagonist (Stephen Amell) tries to juggle street vigilantism with mayoral duties. “Walking Dead” veteran Chad L. Coleman shows promise as the latest bad guy.

7 p.m., WUCW, Ch. 23

Radio daze

“Frequency” has a lot in common with the 2000 film of the same name, but this time it’s a female detective who discovers she can talk to her deceased father through a ham radio. Peyton List, best known as Roger Sterling’s wife on “Mad Men,” handles lead duties with confidence, but stretching a clever two-hour movie into a full-fledged series may be more than she can handle, not to mention the challenge of finding new parts for her device at Radio Shack.

8 p.m., WUCW, Ch. 23

The dating game

Not willing to wait in line for his shot at being “The Bachelor,” NFL tight end Travis Kelce is calling an audible. In “Catching Kelce,” he weighs the prospects of 50 women from across the United States who are either a) genuinely looking for love, b) craving sideline seats to Kansas City Chiefs games or c) campaigning for a series all their own. Guess which option we’re betting on?

8 p.m., E!

NEAL JUSTIN