Are We There Yet? 9 and 9:30 p.m., TBS
This new sitcom, a spinoff of the movie of the same title, is really bad. Wow. Terry Crews (pictured, center), who was perfect as the father in “Everybody Hates Chris,’’ plays an old school guy with a new wife and two stepkids. The couple bicker because she wants to keep her last name and she wears pajamas to bed. “During the day you look like Halle Berry, but at bedtime you turn into Tyler Perry,’’ he complains. The Neanderthal lives!
The New Adventures of Old Christine 8 p.m., Channel 4
When I heard this sitcom was canceled, I was disappointed because of my comedy crush on Julia Louis-Dreyfus and all. But to be honest, “Old Christine’’ passed through its peak this season and it was heading downhill — tonight’s repeat, for example, involving her therapist and boyfriend, played by Eric McCormack. All of the talent on this series — not just Louis-Dreyfus but Hamish Linklater and Wanda Sykes — will surely return on other shows before long.
Pride: The Gay and Lesbian Comedy Slam 9 p.m., Showtime
Showtime is between gay stuff — post “The L Word,’’ but weeks pre “The Real L World.’’ So here’s a little niche-market snack. Bruce Villach (who introduces himself as Chaz Bono) hosts this hour of standup, from the people who produced “The Original Latin Divas of Comedy.’’ Among the participants: Alex Mapa, Sandra Valls, Poppy Champlin, and Scott Kennedy.