“Greenleaf” (OWN, 10 p.m.), the Oprah Winfrey produced soap about a big church family in Memphis, in which she sometimes appears as a bartender, returns for a second season. But when it comes to sophomore seasons, I’m much more interested in the return of the bayou bedlam on “Hap and Leonard” (Sundance, 10 p.m.), the underrated series that’s fueled by the personality of its stars James Purefoy and Michael K. Williams. Based on characters from Joe R. Lansdale’s books, season two takes up (and is subtitled after) his second novel Mucho Mojo. Brian Dennehy is part of the case, as are Irma P. Hall, Dohn Norwood, Tiffany Mack and Cranston Johnson. Sadly gone, though: Christina Hendricks’ Trudy.
Another milestone tonight is the last episode ever of “Workaholics” (Comedy Central, 10 p.m.). The longest running live action scripted series for the network wraps up after seven seasons and making stars out of Adam Devine if not his compatriots Anders Holm and Blake Anderson. Accordingly, for their final episode, they become party legends when an energy drink company hires them to throw big ragers.
Ending its first season with no where near the success of “Empire,” is “Star” (Fox, 9 p.m.).
But the TV adaptation of “Lethal Weapon” (Fox, 8 p.m.) ends its first season as one of the network’s few success stories.
David goes back to where it all started on “Legion” (FX, 10 p.m.).
“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” (TBS, 10:30 p.m.) looks deeply into the deep state.