Wilfred 10 p.m., FX
I’m still loving this comedy, but so many people — including dog people — who’ve watched on my recommendation haven’t liked it. So I guess it’s a little culty, and the raunch can be offensive to more refined tastes. Oh well, they’re all wrong. This season, “Wilfred” has taken a turn toward the serious as the writers have zeroed in on the mythology of Wilfred’s presence in Ryan’s life. The humor is still there; Wilfred’s “crush” on a visiting dog in heat last week was hysterical, if you know dogs. And the fact that the baby who’s making Wilfred jealous is named Joffrey — the demonic kid in “Game of Thrones” — is perfect and clever, if you see things from Wilfred’s point of view. But the guest-starring comics are gone and the psychodynamics have begun to dominate. Elijah Wood has done an interestingly stylized job of portraying the inner turmoil of an introvert struggling with self-loathing. He has the face of a sad clown in a silent movie. Pictured: Wood (left) as Ryan and Jason Gann as Wilfred.