Pity Cheryl Hines. After years of putting up with Larry David on “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” she’s now saddled with an even bigger pain: a sword-wielding warrior (Jason Sudeikis) who happens to be animated. In “Son of Zorn,” the cartoon daddy tries to adjust to suburban life — and the fact that his live-action family doesn’t appreciate his barbaric ways. The novel approach should attract eyeballs, but there’s little here to suggest Zorn should settle in for anything more than a layover.
7 p.m. Sun., KMSP, Ch. 9
Creator Ryan Murphy has managed to keep a lid on details of the new season of “American Horror Story,” aside from the fact his go-to gal Sarah Paulson will return, along with Lady Gaga and Matt Bomer. One veteran not scheduled to pop by: Jessica Lange. But the Minnesota native will headline the busy producer’s 2017 anthology series on famous feuds, taking on the iconic role of Joan Crawford opposite Susan Sarandon’s Bette Davis.
9 p.m. Wed., FX
Behind the curtain
Bill Hader was robbed of an Emmy nomination for his sidesplitting performances in “Documentary Now!” the ambitious series he co-created with Seth Meyers and Fred Armisen that sends up doc formats. He shows no signs of letting up in the Season 2 premiere, which imagines the heroes of D.A. Pennebaker’s political insider “The War Room” as sex-obsessed grinders who won’t hesitate to take a bullet to see their unqualified candidate take office.
9 p.m. Wed., IFC