Mike Epps stars as an unlikely babysitter in ABC’s "Uncle Buck," based the classic John Candy film. Also pictured: Sayeed Shahidi as Miles (left) and Aalyrah Caldwell as Maizy. (Michael Ansell/ABC)

(All times Eastern.)

SERIES PREMIERE: Actor Anthony Anderson hosts a revival of the long-running game show “To Tell the Truth” (ABC at 8 p.m.), which finds three people trying to stump a celebrity panel by pretending they are all the same person. Actress Betty White, TV personality NeNe Leakes and sports analyst Jalen Rose will be tasked with identifying the one person who is actually telling the truth. Anderson’s “Blackish” co-star Tracee Ellis Ross joins the panel in the show’s opener. A second episode airs at 10, with comedian Iliza Shlesinger sitting in on the panel.

SERIES PREMIERE: In yet another reboot, Mike Epps stars as a charming hustler who agrees to be a caretaker for his brother and sister-in-law’s children in “Uncle Buck” (ABC at 9), based on the 1989 John Candy film.

Ezra Edelman’s critically acclaimed documentary “O.J.: Made in America” (ESPN at 9) continues on ESPN. Part 2 examines how disgraced football legend O.J. Simpson’s life in the posh neighborhood of Brentwood, Calif., contrasted with intense racial tension that led to riots in Los Angeles in the early ’90s.

SERIES PREMIERE: Ellen Barkin stars as the matriarch of a Southern California family with criminal connections in “Animal Kingdom” (TNT at 9).

SERIES PREMIERE: “I Am Homicide” (Investigation Discovery at 10) follows Charlotte homicide dectective Garry McFadden, whose knowledge of the communities he serves and his unique approach to solving cases have given him a high success rate.

SERIES PREMIERE: Eight celebrities confront their issues with love and relationships while living under the same roof in “Famously Single” (E! at 10). What could go wrong? The cast includes “Making the Band” alum Aubrey O’Day, Brandi Glanville from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” model Jessica White and Pauly D of “Jersey Shore” fame.

Chef-author Eddie Huang guests on “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” (Comedy Central at 11).

“The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore” (Comedy Central at 11:30) has author Malcolm Gladwell.

Actor Daniel Radcliffe and comedian George Lopez visit “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” (CBS at 11:35). Hinds performs.

Comedian Don Rickles and actress-writer Lena Dunham will be on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:35), along with musical guest Run the Jewels.

Bethonie Butler