WATCH THIS: THURSDAY
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (8 p.m., NBC): Noice! Pulled back from the cancellation brink on Fox, the critically praised but ratings-challenged police comedy finds a new home on NBC as its sixth season opens with “Honeymoon,” involving Jake and Amy (Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero), who tied the knot in the Season 5 finale. Typically, however, it “won’t be the honeymoon they think it’s going to be,” Fumero has hinted to reporters.
“The First 48 Presents: Homicide Squad Atlanta” (8 p.m., 12:03 a.m., AE): This new spinoff series follows homicide detectives from the Atlanta Police Department as they strive to untangle mysteries behind some of the city’s most gruesome crimes. In the series premiere, “Fallen Angel,” rookie detective Andre Lowe finds almost no evidence to work with in his investigation into the murder of a beautiful teenager, who was found naked and shot to death in an Atlanta park.
“The Secret Life of the Zoo” (8 p.m., 11 p.m., 4 a.m., ANIM): In the new episode “Territorial Chimps,” the arrival of a new female throws the Chester Zoo’s 18 chimpanzees into upheaval, but senior keeper Niall is gambling that Boris, the elder statesman of this animal community, will protect the newcomer. Elsewhere, Kinky Tail, a cheetah mother, is moved to the zoo’s medical center after she begins vomiting after every meal.
“Mom” (8:01 p.m., CBS): The ladies get together for a road trip, but their journey threatens to go up in smoke because of Christy’s (Anna Faris) cigarette habit in a new episode called “Hacky Sack and a Beautiful Experience.” Meanwhile, Bonnie (Allison Janney) offers some business advice to Adam (William Fichtner) that is both unsolicited and somewhat unwelcome.
“Fam” (8:30 p.m., CBS): After years of playing tragic story lines as multiple characters on “The Vampire Diaries,” Nina Dobrev switches gears to comedy for her role as Clem, who grew up in a dysfunctional household but now is happy with a college professor fiance (Tone Bell) and his approving parents (Sheryl Lee Ralph, Brian Stokes Mitchell).
“Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” (9 p.m., 12:01 a.m., WE): Season 14 of this relationship series revolves around the reality TV world’s subset of elite hip hop stars, whose flashy lifestyles can only conceal romantic problems for so long. Soulja Boy and Nia Riley may have reached an impasse between his desire to get married and her need to escape from his controlling impulses. Others in the mix include rapper Waka Flocka and wife Tammy Rivera, and Lil’ Mo and hubby Karl Dargan. Counselors Ish Major and Venus Nicolino are here to listen. TALK SHOWS “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (10:34 p.m., NBC): Actor Bryan Cranston; actress Lana Condor; Love Jones performs.*
“The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” (10:35 p.m., CBS): Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.); actor Bradley Whitford; Gary Clark Jr. performs.*
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” (10:35 p.m., ABC): Actress Claire Foy; Disturbed performs.*