Ms. Feldmen (Cate Freedman) talks to her class about bullying on TV Land’s new comedy “Teachers,” starring comedy ensemble the Katydids. (TV Land/TV Land)

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On “The Middle” (ABC at 8 p.m.), Axl’s internship at a snack-making company turns out to be not quite what he expected. At college, Sue’s professor challenges her to think less optimistically while working on an important writing assignment.

SERIES PREMIERE: In “Second Chance” (Fox at 9), a disgraced 75-year-old former sheriff is killed during a suspicious robbery at the home of his FBI agent son. Twin tech billionaires bring him back to life as a 35-year-old with near-superhuman abilities.

The BAU develops an elaborate plan to take down a notorious ring of hit men on “Criminal Minds” (CBS at 9) and Reid plays a crucial role.

On “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” (NBC at 9), Benson gets taken hostage while trying to thwart a violent home invasion.

Dre’s mother, Ruby, starts a new relationship on “Blackish” (ABC at 9:30), but her son and ex-husband are unimpressed with the new man in her life. Junior also ventures into the (online) dating scene, but his siblings aren’t convinced that his love interest is who she says she is.

RETURNING SHOW: “Younger” (TV Land at 10) returns for Season 2 with a one-hour premiere that finds Liza working on her more honest relationship with Josh. Meanwhile, Liza’s daughter, Caitlin, returns from India, and Kelsey gets an enticing offer from another publisher.

On “American Crime” (ABC at 10), Anne seeks help for her son, Taylor, after his alleged assault but has trouble getting school and police authorities to take the allegations seriously.

SERIES PREMIERE: The Katydids, an improv group, star in “Teachers” (TV Land at 11), an irreverent comedy based on their Web series about a group of elementary school teachers struggling to navigate their crazy lives while shaping young minds.

FINALE WATCH: Iris, Liz and March try to usher in a new era at the Cortez in the season finale of “American Horror Story: Hotel” (FX at 10), but not everyone is on board.

Actor Paul Giamatti, professional bull rider J.B. Mauney and the Guerrilla Girls, a feminist artist group, will be on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” (CBS at 11:35).

Actors Chloe Grace Moretz and Josh Holloway are on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35).

Danny DeVito and Khloe Kardashian will be on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:35). Colin Hay performs with the Roots.

Bethonie Butler