CW, 8:00 pm ET
Barry (Grant Gustin) lets his new trainee, Jesse (guest star Violett Beane) tag along when a new meta-human who calls himself Mirror Master (guest star Grey Damon) appears on the scene, in league with his old partner, Top (guest star Ashley Rickards), and looking to settle an old score with Snart (recurring guest star Wentworth Miller). All goes well until Jesse defies one of Barry's stern orders, leading to catastrophe in the new episode "The New Rogues."
TNT, 7:30 pm ET
It's opening night for the NBA and the season begins with a double-header on TNT. Up first, LaBron James and the reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers hosting Carmelo Anthony and New York Knicks, who've added the often injured but very talented Derrick Rose in the off-season. The evening's double-header concludes with the San Antonio Spurs at the Golden State Warriors who made the biggest off-season splash of all by signing Kevin Durant away from Oklahoma City.
CBS, 8:00 pm ET
A petty officer (guest star Emily Alabi) gets away from her kidnapper, and the subsequent investigation links her missing husband to the abduction, in the new episode "Shell Game." Abby (Pauley Perrette) gets crafty, in a manner of speaking, by making customized gifts for the team's latest additions (Wilmer Valderrama, Jennifer Esposito). Football veteran turned "The NFL Today" analyst Tony Gonzalez reprises his guest role as special agent Tony Francis.
ABC, 8:00 pm ET
As Halloween looms, Frankie (Patricia Heaton) makes a really scary discovery: In the unlikely event she and Mike (Neil Flynn) ever divorced, the kids all would choose to live with him. Elsewhere, the strain of having to be nice all the time to girlfriend April (guest star Greer Grammer) drives Axl (Charlie McDermott) to pop off at his innocent family, while Sue (Eden Sher) tries everything she can think of to get her room back from Brick (Atticus Shaffer) in the new "Halloween VII: The Heckoning."
The Contenders -- 16 for '16
PBS, 8:00 pm ET
Hillary Clinton may be the first woman to win the presidential nomination from one of America's two major political parties, but she wasn't the first female to take a shot at cracking the glass ceiling in Washington, D.C. The new episode "Ferraro/Palin -- The Trailblazers" looks back at feisty Geraldine Ferraro, the Democratic candidate for vice-president in 1984, and self-styled maverick Sarah Palin, who shared the ticket with Republican presidential candidate John McCain in 2008.