Top Shows on TV Tonight

Fri, August 29
Sat, August 30
Sun, August 31
Mon, September 1
Tue, September 2
Wed, September 3
Thu, September 4
Tomorrow, 8/30
 
Sun, August 31
Mon, September 1
Tue, September 2
Wed, September 3
Thu, September 4
Back to today

Tonight'sBest TV Picks

Fri, August 29

Masters of Illusion

CW, 8:00 pm ET

Series host Dean Cain used to play the Man of Steel, so it's undoubtedly a kick for him to preside over the new episode "Walk Through Steel." That stunt is certain to be a challenge for anyone who performs it here, but it's probably something that's been done before -- and many times, at that. The featured illusionists are Jarrett & Raja, Murray SawChuck, Tom Burgoon, Rick Thomas, Michael Giles, Michael Turco and David & Dania.

PGA Tour Golf

GOLF, 2:30 pm ET

The second tournament of the four-event FedExCup Playoffs tees off today at the TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., where the PGA Tour's top 100-ranked players vie in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Players expected to do battle on the Gil Hanse-redesigned 7,241-yard, par-72 course include Jimmy Walker, Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, Matt Kuchar and Dustin Johnson. Eventual Cup champion Henrik Stenson won this tourney a year ago by two strokes over Steve Stricker.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

CBS, 8:00 pm ET
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Russell (Ted Danson) is at the heart of a case more than ever in "The Fallen," as he becomes a hostage of a teen who unleashes gunfire inside a police station. As his CSI comrades do what they can to ensure his safety from outside, Russell puts all of his experience to use in trying to reason with the young perpetrator (guest star Brendan Meyer) and help a wounded victim (guest star Matt Shively). Elisabeth Shue, George Eads and Paul Guilfoyle also star.

Last Man Standing

ABC, 8:00 pm ET
Last Man Standing

Bud (guest star Robert Forster) becomes a crime victim in "Parenting Bud," mugged while taking items out of his truck. Mike (Tim Allen) then tries to advise his dad on handling such a dilemma should it ever occur again. Vanessa (Nancy Travis) decides to talk with her daughters (Molly Ephraim, Kaitlyn Dever, Amanda Fuller) about dealing with her and Mike as they all get older.

Portrait of Jennie

TCM, 8:00 pm ET

Joseph Cotten and Jennifer Jones star in this 1948 fantasy adapted from a novella by Robert Nathan, about a 1930s-era New York artist (Cotten) who meets and becomes fascinated by a strange young beauty (Jones) who, he comes to realize, seems to live in a different time stream than he does. The film didn't do very well on its initial release, yet now is regarded as a classic of its genre. Joseph H. August won a posthumous Oscar for his haunting cinematography.

Avatar

FX, 8:00 pm ET

Writer-director James Cameron's Oscar-winning, visually dazzling and ecologically responsible saga uses extensive "motion-capture" animation as a paraplegic Marine (Sam Worthington) is brought to a planet called Pandora. His scientifically engineered alter ego, or "avatar," is enlisted to help mine the planet for resources needed on Earth, but his goal changes as he empathizes ever more deeply with the land's native people, the Na'vi.

American Masters

PBS, 9:00 pm ET
American Masters

A legendary photographer is recalled in the new profile "Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning," clearly a labor of love for her granddaughter, Emmy winner Dyanna Taylor -- the program's producer, director, writer and narrator. Lange captured images of American history at its most tumultuous, her shot known as "Migrant Mother" an enduring symbol of the Depression. World War Ii internment camps and the Dust Bowl were among her other subjects.

Bones

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
Bones

You're attending a funeral, and suddenly, the person being mourned ... walks in. That doesn't happen too often, but it does in "The Turn in the Urn," prompting Brennan and Booth (Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz) to wonder just whose remains have been cremated. The case only gets stickier when they determine the ashes are those of three different people. Finn (guest star Luke Kleintank) experiences professional joy and personal upset at the same time.

Hawaii Five-0

CBS, 9:00 pm ET
Hawaii Five-0

When a pool cleaner is murdered, Five-0's investigation leads to the discovery of a group of radicalized students who may be planning a terrorist attack on U.S. soil. Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim and Michelle Borth star in "Pe'epe'e Kanaka" -- Hawaiian for "those among us." Guest stars include Sasha Pieterse ("Pretty Little Liars") and "All My Children" alum Eden Riegel.

Bering Sea Gold

DISCOVERY, 9:00 pm ET
Bering Sea Gold

In a new episode called "Gold Luck: Nome, Alaska" the harsh reality of the brutal winter season and all that it entails for their work begins to set in for the crews, and both tempers and egos begin to flare, putting a major strain on long-standing relationships.

Monumental Mysteries

TRAVEL, 9:00 pm ET
Monumental Mysteries

Don travels to Michigan to explore a mansion that was built on the foundation of a very sweet swindle, then moves on to Colorado to investigate an incident in which the town of Granby was menaced by a mechanical monster. Finally, in New York's Central Park, he gets to the roots of a violent uprising that left this bucolic setting changed forever in the new episode "The House That Sugar Built, Kill Dozer, and Rocking Chair Riots."

College Football

FS1, 9:00 pm ET

It’s the Rocky Mountain Showdown rivalry game tonight at Denver’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High as the Colorado State Rams take on the Colorado Buffaloes.

Airplane Repo

DISCOVERY, 10:00 pm ET

Danny and Ken find themselves going full out as they race againsat rival repo men to land the biggest yacht heist of their careers in the new episode "Low Tide." Mike unwittingly finds himself sucked into a very high-stakes game of chicken between a Lamborghini and a $6 million Lear jet. Kevin reconnects with an old friend, Gary Cobb, and tries to steal an aircraft from the Redneck Riviera.

The Almighty Johnsons

SYFY, 11:00 pm ET
The Almighty Johnsons

The goddesses may have found the lost Frigg, now in the form of a goth singing butcher named Eva (Brooke Williams), but Michelle, Ingrid and Stacey (Michelle Langstone, Rachel Nash, Eve Gordon) decide to keep their discovery a secret from Agnetha (Alison Bruce) in the new episode "I Can Give You Frigg." Elsewhere, the sudden recovery of Rob, Val's (Roz Turnbull) previously comatose ex-fiance, puts a strain on her marriage to Mike (Tim Balme).

Sat, August 30

Outlander

STARZ, 9:00 pm ET

As the castle prepares for the Gathering, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) plots her escape. But, after a dangerous encounter with a drunken Dougal (Graham McTavish) and an unexpected run-in with Jamie, her plans are dashed.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

TNT, 12:00 pm ET

For the fantasy completist who likes his Tolkien delivered in quantity, TNT kicks off a marathon screening of Peter Jackson's Oscar-winning adaptation of the epic trilogy with this first installment, which chronicles how Frodo the hobbit (Elijah Wood) is enlisted to help the wizard Gandalf (Ian McKellen). The other two films, "The Two Towers" and "The Return of the King," immediately follow. Viggo Mortensen, Orlando Bloom and Sean Astin co-star.

College Football

ABC, 3:30 pm ET

College football’s opening weekend continues today with this big Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game matchup between the West Virginia Mountaineers and the Alabama Crimson Tide in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome. The game airs on both ABC and ESPN2.

Unforgettable

CBS, 8:00 pm ET
Unforgettable

Carrie and Al (Poppy Montgomery, Dylan Walsh) go back to school, but not for the typical reasons, in the new episode "Admissions." The CEO father of one of the students at the elite facity is murdered, prompting the police detectives to question pupils and faculty alike. Eventually, they uncover certain facts that those involved would like kept private. Guest stars include Wrenn Schmidt ("The Americans") and Mike Doyle ("The Blacklist").

Person of Interest

CBS, 8:00 pm ET
Person of Interest

A surveillance-savvy youngster (guest star Danielle Kotch) is pinpointed by the Machine as a potential crime victim in "Razgovor." Shaw (Sarah Shahi) is both baffled by and admiring of the youngster while trying to keep her from harm. Carter (Taraji P. Henson) runs the risk of having her real purpose exposed as she continues her pursuit of a criminal organization. Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson also star.

Cedar Cove

HALLMARK, 8:00 pm ET
Cedar Cove

Olivia (Andie MacDowell) clashes with cocky new Assistant District Attorney Rebecca Jennings (guest star Cindy Busby), who sees Luke's (Jesse Hutch) assault case as her ticket out of the Cedar Cove. She's also bad news for Jack (Dylan Neal), who watches Rebecca flirting with Eric (Tom Stevens) even as Jack is trying to keep Olivia from bumping into his old flame Jeri (guest star Julia Benson), a former newsroom colleague, in the new episode "One Day at a Time."

How to Marry a Millionaire

TCM, 8:00 pm ET

The first film ever shot in the then-new CinemaScope wide-screen technique, this witty 1953 comedy stars Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable as three young gold diggers who sublet and share a luxurious New York penthouse from a millionaire (David Wayne) to use as bait to hook rich husbands. The movie's success inspired a 1957 TV adaptation with future "I Dream of Jeannie" star Barbara Eden in the Grable role.

Rio

ABCFAM, 8:00 pm ET

An animated confection for (or at least from) the birds, this colorful 2011 fantasy reunites -- vocally, anyway -- Anne Hathaway and Jesse Eisenberg, who played siblings on "Get Real" before their movie fame. A macaw (voice by Eisenberg) is taken to Brazil, potentially to mate with another of the last of their kind (voice by Hathaway). As might be expected, it's not that simple. Additional voices are supplied by George Lopez, Jane Lynch and Jamie Foxx.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

HBO, 8:00 pm ET

The quest of Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) and his comrades continues in director Peter Jackson's second film from J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy saga. The dwarves continue to seek the magical arkenstone that will restore ownership of their homeland to them, but they have to survive some frightening perils first. As a character created for the film, Evangeline Lilly ("Lost") joins a cast that also includes Orlando Bloom, Ian McKellen and Cate Blanchett.

College Football

ABC, 8:00 pm ET

A big night of college football features the national champion Florida State Seminoles vs. the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the 2014 AdvoCare Cowboys Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on ABC. An hour after that game kicks off, ESPN airs the Wisconsin Badgers vs. the LSU Tigers in the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff at NRG Stadium in Houston.

IndyCar Racing

NBCSN, 9:00 pm ET

The IndyCar Series holds its final race of the 2014 season, the MAVTV 500, on the 2-mile, D-shaped oval at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.

Reckless

CBS, 9:00 pm ET
Reckless

Lee Anne's (Georgina Haig) case against the Charleston Police Department has been simmering, and Roy (Cam Gigandet) makes a move to put an end to it in the new episode "Damage Control." He tries to get Terry (Shawn Hatosy) to testify against her -- which likely would generate damage she couldn't possibly control. Anna Wood also stars. David Keith ("An Officer and a Gentleman"), Kelly Rutherford ("Gossip Girl") and Susan Walters guest star.

Bait

SYFY, 9:00 pm ET

Maybe they should have called it "Sushinami." Phoebe Tonkin ("The Originals") has a featured role in this budget-challenged 2012 horror film that, in part, is set in a grocery store that has just been inundated by a tsunami. As if that's not bad enough, the big wave also has swept some sharks into the aisles of the store, where they play a deadly version of "Supermarket Sweep" with the unlucky patrons. Richard Brancatisano and Xavier Samuel also star.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

NBC, 10:00 pm ET
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Amaro (Danny Pino) seeks advice from his old colleague John Munch (Richard Belzer) when his recklessness gets him in trouble with Internal Affairs -- again. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) faces a life-changing decision after discovering she has a personal connection to a suspect in a rape and robbery ring targeting male tourists. Ice-T and Kelli Giddish also star in "Spring Awakening." Peter Hermann, Hargitay's real-life husband, guest stars.

Bad Dog!

ANIMAL, 10:00 pm ET
Bad Dog!

Morty the Pug is pizza obsessed, so his doting human parents make sure he always has a fresh slice available in the new episode "Foodies." Among other featured animals, Riley, a Weimaraner, is ready for Cirque du Soleil with a repertoire of acrobatic tricks that includes leaping over child gates and jumping onto counters, while Cosmo the cat makes himself at home in a veterinary clinic, where he schmoozes with visitors, staff and animal patients.

Intruders

BBCA, 10:00 pm ET
Intruders

Desperate to find Amy (Mira Sorvino) in Seattle, Jack (John Simm) is flummoxed when his wife's movements seem to raise more questions than answers in the new episode "And Here ... You Must Listen." Meanwhile, Madison (Millie Brown) finds herself in a train station holding a ticket to Seattle, a mysterious key and an envelope filled with cash. James Frain also stars.

Prisoners

MAX, 10:00 pm ET

A big image shift for Hugh Jackman is a highlight of this intense 2013 melodrama. After his young daughter and a friend vanish, a likely suspect (Paul Dano) is released from police custody for lack of evidence ... prompting the desperate dad to conduct his own brand of interrogation. Jake Gyllenhaal also does solid work as a detective trying to solve the case. The strong cast boasts Maria Bello, Viola Davis, Terrence Howard and Melissa Leo as well.

Sun, August 31

2014 MDA Show of Strength Telethon

ABC, 9:00 pm ET

What used to be an almost 24-hour broadcast on Labor Day Weekend, televised by various network affiliates, is now a two-hour event exclusively on ABC. While it may be much shorter, its mission is still to present information on -- and seek donations for -- muscular dystrophy research. Among performers slated to appear this year are Rascal Flatts, Jason Derulo, Aloe Blacc, LeAnn Rimes and Fall Out Boy. Segment presenters include Jordin Sparks and Tom Bergeron.

NASCAR Racing

ESPN, 7:30 pm ET

Only two races remain before the Chase for the Sprint Cup, thus heightening the pressure to score points. That should certainly be the case today at Atlanta Motor Speedway, where a field including Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth will vie in the Oral-B USA 500. Kyle Busch took the checkered flag last year on the 1.54-mile quad-oval, after holding off a fast-closing Joey Logano on a 21-lap green-flag run to the finish.

College Football

FS1, 7:30 pm ET

The Baylor Bears play their first game in new McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas, as they host the SMU Mustangs in this primetime matchup.

Sunday Best

BET, 8:00 pm ET

In the first hour of the two-hour Season 7 finale, guest performers include Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin and Hezekiah Walker. The second hour features performances by Marvin Sapp, Tamela Mann and Ricky Dillard, and the season’s winner will be announced.

Rachael vs. Guy Kids Cook-Off

FOOD, 8:00 pm ET
Rachael vs. Guy Kids Cook-Off

The mini-challenge in the new episode "Thinking Outside the Bun" allows the kids to make anything they want ... just as long as it includes whatever ingredient they hate most. Jeff Mauro, the Sandwich King, is on hand to judge the main and camera challenges, which involve the kids using a sandwich as the inspiration for a multi-component entree.

Secrets of Her Majesty's Secret Service

PBS, 8:00 pm ET

You thought only James Bond kept such secrets? This new special delves deeply into the history of the British intelligence agency MI6, which wasn't official recognized as the operation it is until 1994. Since its existence dates back to 1909, that was a lot of time in which much information could be kept private. Some people with firsthand knowledge of the bureau's dealings then, especially those involving other nations, offer insight.

The Simpsons

FOX, 8:30 pm ET
The Simpsons

The popularity of the sports world's World Cup hits home for the Simpsons in "You Don't Have to Live Like a Referee." Lisa's school speech about Homer's upstanding qualities gets him recruited as a ref for the big event in Brazil. His whole clan will get to go along, all expenses paid. However, Homer's admirable traits are put to the test when mobsters try to "persuade" him to give Brazil an edge in the judging.

Family Guy

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
Family Guy

Who wouldn't accept a fortune if offered one? Chris Griffin (voice of Seth Green), that's who. In "Fresh Heir," he turns down the money of Carter Pewterschmidt, leaving Peter (voice of Seth MacFarlane) virtually speechless. He isn't so totally without words, though, that he can't use some to try to keep the funds in the family -- and that's precisely what he sets out to do.

Masterpiece Mystery!

PBS, 9:00 pm ET
Masterpiece Mystery!

As many personal complications as the characters have in the new drama "Breathless," professional worries also plague them in Part 2. An operation goes awry, meaning potential trouble for Otto, Charlie and Jean (Jack Davenport, Shaun Dingwall, Zoe Boyle). Elizabeth (Natasha Little) has an encounter that doesn't go particularly well. A situation from the past continues to pose problems in the present.

Falling Skies

TNT, 9:00 pm ET
Falling Skies

In the new episode "Space Oddity," part one of the season finale, Lexi's (Scarlett Byrne) return complicates Tom's (Noah Wyle) mission to destroy the Espheni Power Core and, after a Beamer malfunction, Lexi must take desperate measures to save both their lives. Meanwhile, the 2nd Mass fears that an Espheni strike by the scorched Overlord is imminent. Treva Etienne guest stars.

Unforgettable

CBS, 9:00 pm ET
Unforgettable

It's never pleasant for an investigator when another agency steps in and takes over a case. Carrie (Poppy Montgomery) refuses to let go when Homeland Security relieves her of a bombing probe in the new episode "Fire and Ice." Those agents think the explosion was a terrorist act, but Carrie doesn't, and she continues to look into the matter on her own. Webster (Jane Curtin) befriends Murray's (Tawny Cypress) daughter (guest star Ashley Aufderheide).

Sole Custody

LIFETIME, 9:00 pm ET

After discovering that her police detective husband (Rick Ravanello) is a compulsive philanderer, a policewoman (Julie Benz) who specializes in cyber crime takes out a restraining order against him and gets sole custody of their young son. After a tragic house fire takes the life of their boy, she soon realizes that her ex has set her up to take the blame -- and may, in fact, have faked their son's death as well in this 2014 made-for-cable thriller.

Reckless

CBS, 10:00 pm ET
Reckless

The sex-tape case involving Lee Anne (Georgina Haig) explodes as the media gets hold of the footage in the new episode "Fifty-One Percent." While trying to determine who leaked it, Jamie and Roy (Anna Wood, Cam Gigandet) are on opposite sides of a trial in civil court. Knox (Michael Gladis) debates what to do when he comes into information that could end Joyce Reed's (guest star Kelly Rutherford) bid to become mayor. Linda Purl also guest stars.

The Strain

FX, 10:00 pm ET
The Strain

In the new episode "Creatures of the Night," Setrakian (David Bradley) gains a new and unlikely disciple after discovering how potent ultraviolet light is against the strigoi. Elsewhere, what starts out as merely a quick trip to a Brooklyn convenience store turns into a deadly all-night siege. Corey Stoll and Mia Maestro also star.

Game of Crowns

BRAVO, 10:00 pm ET
Game of Crowns

In the season finale, a new episode called "Bound by the Crown," the Legends of the Crown winner is announced, and Leha and Lynne go to court in an attempt to settle the issue of the restraining order once and for all. Vanassa has a consultation with a plastic surgeon after receiving a clean bill of health. Leha confronts Lynne.

Vicious

PBS, 10:30 pm ET

When a coat Freddie (Ian McKellen) chooses for an event turns out to be more costly than planned, Stuart (Derek Jacobi) devises a way to afford it in "Episode 2." Ash (Iwan Rheon) wants his ex-girlfriend back, and when he seeks Stuart and Freddie's input, Violet (Frances de la Tour) chimes in. She also goes with Ash to the shops, where a surprise awaits them.

Mon, September 1

Houdini

HISTORY, 9:00 pm ET

Oscar winner Adrien Brody ("The Pianist") takes the title role in this two-part TV movie (concluding Tuesday) about the Eastern European immigrant born Ehrich Weiss, who rose from very humble beginnings to become one of the first global superstars thanks to his death-defying escape acts. Kristen Connolly ("House of Cards") co-stars as Bess, his wife and frequent "co-conspirator" in designing his stunts; Evan Jones plays his assistant, Jim Collins.

Antiques Roadshow

PBS, 8:00 pm ET
Antiques Roadshow

The first hour of a three-part episode from Corpus Christi, Texas, serves up a very pleasant surprise for one guest who brings in an oil painting by Diego Rivera. Done in 1904 when the artist was just 18 years old, the piece is now valued at $1 million. The team also checks out a 1967 painting by Alexander Calder, a Japanese bronze depicting a mythical figure and a large Fisk Tire Boy sign. Mark L. Walberg is the host.

MasterChef

FOX, 8:00 pm ET

If there's anything more unnerving than having to prepare an elegant meal flawlessly, it's probably to have to do it with Gordon Ramsay right by your side. That's the challenge for the contenders who remain in the new episode "Top 6 Compete," as they supply the dinner at a well-reputed Los Angeles restaurant. Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliot are the other judges, but with his boots on the ground here, you can be sure Ramsay will have a lot to say.

Running Wild With Bear Grylls

NBC, 8:00 pm ET
Running Wild With Bear Grylls

Tamron Hall is a familiar face to viewers of "Today," but the journalist has been through a lot off-camera. There's nothing quite like a survivalist challenge to bring out such revelations, and Grylls learns a lot about her -- as will viewers -- in this new episode. Such personal trials do much to make a person stronger, as Hall also demonstrates here. However, all bets are off after she befriends an animal and then ... well, we'll let you see it for yourself.

College Football

ESPN, 8:00 pm ET

The Louisville Cardinals welcome the Miami Hurricanes to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium for Louisville’s first football game as a member of the ACC. This game also marks the return of head coach Bobby Petrino, who coached at Louisville from 2003-06.

CBS Fall Preview

CBS, 8:30 pm ET

CBS has fared so well with existing series, there isn't a lot of room for newcomers -- but this new special showcases those there are. Included: "NCIS: New Orleans," a spinoff starring Scott Bakula; Tea Leoni as "Madam Secretary"; "Scorpion," an adventure about misfit geniuses helping law enforcement, and featuring Katharine McPhee; "Stalker," a melodrama with Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott; and the Boston-family sitcom "The McCarthys." Jim Nantz hosts.

America's Next Top Model

CW, 9:00 pm ET

There's nothing like putting competitors under the same roof to make matters really tense really fast. This series has done so before, and it does so again with the new episode "The Girl Who's a Player." Some of the contestants start getting very friendly with each other, and others ... uh, don't. They soon have other concerns, namely "outfits" made up entirely of Silly String. Wardrobe malfunctions? Hugely possible. Tyra Banks is the host.

American Ninja Warrior

NBC, 9:00 pm ET

The road to the win gets shorter, but surely no less challenging, in the national finals in Las Vegas in this new episode. The victors of the regional competition tackle Stage One of a four-stage course patterned after Japan's "Mount Midoriyama." The Piston Road and Silk Slider are among the elements they must conquer to stay in the game and possibly leave with $500,000 at the end. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja Biamila are the hosts.

Mike & Molly

CBS, 9:00 pm ET
Mike & Molly

Spontaneity may have a hefty price tag in "Mike & Molly's Excellent Adventure." Believing Mike (Billy Gardell) is in a rut, Molly (Melissa McCarthy) tries to inspire him to do anything he gets a whim for. When he finally acts on her suggestion, the results are far from what either of them anticipated. Reno Wilson, Swoosie Kurtz and Katy Mixon also star.

Hotel Hell

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
Hotel Hell

Injecting himself into family feuds likely is not Gordon Ramsay's preferred activity. While that won't be much fun for him, it should make great entertainment for others in the new episode "Curtis House." That's the name of the venerable Woodbury, Conn., inn where Ramsay is greeted by sibling owners who just don't get along. Contrary to an old saying, there's plenty of room at this inn -- Ramsay is the only one staying there -- and he tries to save the place.

Dallas

TNT, 9:00 pm ET
Dallas

In the new episode "Hurt," Elena (Jordana Brewster) has a showdown with the Ewings over what J.R. did to her father and Cliff. Her harsh truths force Bobby (Patrick Duffy) to reassess his part in implementing J.R.'s master plan, but the confrontation really shakes up Sue Ellen, Ann and Pamela (Linda Gray, Brenda Strong, Julie Gonzalo), realigning some relationships. Elsewhere, Nicolas (Juan Pablo Di Pace) moves forward with his plan to steal Ewing Global for the cartel.

Partners

FX, 9:00 pm ET
Partners

In a new episode called "Doug Day Afternoon," Marcus (Martin Lawrence) hires a recently paroled ex-convict to work in the office, but a nervous Allen (Kelsey Grammer) suspects the erstwhile criminal may have some ulterior motives. Rory O'Malley also stars. The Season 1 finale immediately follows this episode.

The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story

LIFETIME, 9:00 pm ET

Robin Lippin, who was a casting director on the original "Saved by the Bell" TV series, also picked the young actors who step in as surrogates for the original cast members in this new TV movie, which chronicles how Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Dylan Everett), Mario Lopez (Julian Works), Elizabeth Berkley (Tiera Skovbye), Dustin Diamond (Sam Kindseth) and others adjust to life in the spotlight while appearing on their hit teen TV show.

Two and a Half Men

CBS, 9:30 pm ET
Two and a Half Men

Alan (Jon Cryer) is in a tough spot in "Dial 1-900-MIX-A-LOT," since Gretchen (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) wants him to come clean. She presses him to tell Larry (D.B. Sweeney) who he really is. Walden (Ashton Kutcher) embarks on a sentimental road trip with Jenny and Barry (Amber Tamblyn, Clark Duke) to get a glimpse of his first car. Diedrich Bader ("The Drew Carey Show") guest stars.

POV

PBS, 10:00 pm ET
POV

Shown at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, the documentary "After Tiller" focuses on the four U.S. doctors still performing third-trimester abortions following the Kansas assassination of Dr. George Tiller in 2009. As abortion opponents protest, the doctors continue to offer the procedure to patients as they fear for their own safety. They also must deal with legal restrictions, as the film's interviews with the physicians underscore.

Under the Dome

CBS, 10:00 pm ET
Under the Dome

Not knowing something sometimes can be much better than knowing, as Big Jim (Dean Norris) discovers in the new episode "The Fall." Newly reunited with wife Pauline (Sherry Stringfield), he learns what happened to her -- and it isn't pretty. And as if Chester's Mill hasn't had enough troubles, climate change poses new ones. Eriq La Salle, Stringfield's former "ER" co-star, directed the story. Rachelle Lefevre and Eddie Cahill also star.

Ice Lake Rebels

ANIMAL, 10:00 pm ET
Ice Lake Rebels

The new episode "Ice-Lake Games" finds the locals getting into shape for a popular recreation event as the all-too-short summer season approaches. That means honing survival skills by building fires, throwing axes and pulling toboggans as well as other events that pair up technical expertise with good-old-fashioned Northern ingenuity.

Mistresses

ABC, 10:01 pm ET
Mistresses

The finale of the drama's second season, " 'Til Death Do Us Part," revolves around a big event -- an engagement party for Joss (Jes Macallan). If you think it will go smoothly, though, you've clearly never watched this show. Among the potential complications: news about Karen's (Yunjin Kim) health and the possible targeting of April (Rochelle Aytes) by her ex-husband's enemies. Alyssa Milano and Jason George also star.

Tue, September 2

The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic

ABC, 8:00 pm ET

Characters from one of the biggest animated hits in Disney-studio history will factor into the series "Once Upon a Time" in the coming season -- likely a big reason for this new special, which offers a preview of those scenes. The hour also has plenty of material on the original movie, with voice-cast members Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel among those commenting on the production of the film. Also included: a peek at Disney's upcoming "Big Hero 6."

19 Kids and Counting

TLC, 3:00 pm ET
19 Kids and Counting

One of TLC’s highest-rated series returns as the family prepares for the first Duggar daughter wedding. Jim Bob and Michelle celebrate 30 years of marriage as Jill and Derick prepare their new home together with the help of the family and tend to Derick’s mom Cathy as she bravely battles cancer. Plus, after their first year in Washington, D.C., Josh, Anna and their three kids decide it may be time to make a few changes in their own growing family, and Jessa and Ben continue to grow closer as their courtship takes an unexpected turn.

ABC World News With David Muir

ABC, 6:30 pm ET
ABC World News With David Muir

Former weekend anchor David Muir has filled in frequently for Diane Sawyer on the weeknight edition of the broadcast, but here, it officially becomes his. He'll also be managing editor of the program, which he intends to take on the road as often as possible so he can continue such franchises as the self-explanatory "Made in America." Fridays will be especially busy for Muir, since he's also continuing as co-anchor of the newsmagazine "20/20."

NCIS

CBS, 8:00 pm ET
NCIS

With the spinoff "NCIS: New Orleans" soon to premiere, the two-part episode "Crescent City" sets it up. Part 1 introduces Scott Bakula as Dwayne Pride, an NCIS Special Agent in the Louisiana office. He and former colleague Gibbs (Mark Harmon) reunite to investigate the killing of a congressman who also used to be an NCIS operative. The case may be linked to a serial-murder probe the dead man worked on. The new show's Lucas Black also guest stars.

Arrow

CW, 8:00 pm ET
Arrow

After Roy (Colton Haynes) goes into a rage and engages in a deadly battle with a police officer, Oliver (Stephen Amell) realizes the mirakuru has taken him over completely and tries to figure out how to stop him. Sara (Caity Lotz) thinks Roy is too far gone and must be killed. Thea (Willa Holland) believes she can get through to Roy and lures him to Verdant, but he unleashes his rage on her in "Seeing Red."

Food Fighters

NBC, 8:00 pm ET
Food Fighters

"Melissa Clinton" is both the title of this episode and the name of the latest amateur contender, a high school teacher who puts her cuisine up against that of five professional chefs including Jet Tila. If Clinton's is judged to be the best, she'll leave with $100,000 -- something she'll have every right to boast to her class about. Adam Richman is the host.

The Jazz Singer

TCM, 8:00 pm ET

Born to a Jewish cantor (Warner Oland), Jakie Rabinowitz (Al Jolson) is expected to follow in his father's footsteps. With a restless spirit beating inside, Jakie challenges his fate and embarks on a journey to become a jazz singer in this 1927 musical, one of the first "talkies." Robert Osborne and Dr. Eric Goldman introduce this screening, which kicks off TCM's month-long showcase "The Projected Image: The Jewish Experience on Film."

Cuban Missile Crisis -- Three Men Go to War

PBS, 8:00 pm ET

As the title of this project indicates, the documentary explores the inside story of the events of October 1962, when the world teetered on the brink of nuclear holocaust. What's particularly notable here is the focus on the "three men" of the title: U.S. President John F. Kennedy, Cuban leader Fidel Castro and the Soviet Union's Nikita Khrushchev.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

FOX, 8:30 pm ET
Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Jake's (Andy Samberg) refusal to give up on a case eventually puts his badge on the line in "Charges and Specs." The commissioner (guest star James M. Connor) orders him to stop investigating a philanthropist (guest star Ian Roberts), which only makes Jake more determined. He seeks assistance from Amy and Captain Holt (Melissa Fumero, Andre Braugher). Gina (Chelsea Peretti) tries to lift the spirits of a troubled Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio).

Supernatural

CW, 9:00 pm ET
Supernatural

Sheriff Mills (Kim Rhodes) kills a vampire who attacked one of her prisoners (guest star Katherine Ramdeen), then calls the Winchester brothers (Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki) for help. They learn that a family of vampires has kidnapped the prisoner to use as bait for humans in "Alex Annie Alexis Ann."

Royal Pains

USA, 9:00 pm ET
Royal Pains

The hit dramedy wraps its season with "Ganging Up," which finds Hank and Evan (Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo) searching for their missing half-sister, Emma (Willa Fitzgerald). As Jeremiah (Ben Shenkman) struggles to accept the life changes Viviana (guest star Martha Higareda) is making, he realizes he needs to make some of his own. Divya (Reshma Shetty) faces more custody headaches, while Boris (Campbell Scott) fears his disease is progressing.

Rizzoli & Isles

TNT, 9:00 pm ET
Rizzoli & Isles

In the season finale, a new episode called "Burden of Proof," respected county prosecutor (guest star Jamie Bamber, "Battlestar Galactica") is arrested for murder, but as the evidence against him seems to mount, Jane (Angie Harmon) begins to believe he is innocent. Elsewhere, Angela (Lorraine Bracco) hears that Maura (Sasha Alexander) is planning to meet Jack's (Enver Gjokaj) 12-year-old daughter, so she sets out to educate Maura about the interests of children today.

Extreme Weight Loss

ABC, 9:00 pm ET
Extreme Weight Loss

A Tallahassee, Fla., drama coach who's all smiles on the outside but perpetually anxious on the inside is the focus of the new episode "Rod." Contributing to his distress that has manifested itself physically: a secret he has long kept from his father, for whom he's a caretaker. Chris Powell's formula for helping him includes a stage audition for "Chicago" while Rod is visiting New York. Carla Hall ("The Chew") provides tips on healthy cooking and eating.

New Girl

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
New Girl

Jess and Nick (Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson) decide to take a cruise they booked while they were still together, and they invite the whole gang to come along. It's not merely a pun to say that the voyage isn't entirely smooth sailing, especially as Cece and Winston (Hannah Simone, Lamorne Morris) try to patch up Jess and Nick's differences. Kerri Kenney ("Reno 911!") and Oscar Nunez ("The Office") guest star in "Cruise."

Houdini

HISTORY, 9:00 pm ET

In the conclusion of this two-part miniseries, Harry Houdini (Adrien Brody) conducts an epic battle against the spiritualists whose practices he found to be false and misleading. As the 20th century progresses and modernity overtakes industrial age antiquity, Houdini must come to terms with his new place in a fast-changing world.

The Fidel Castro Tapes

PBS, 9:00 pm ET

Material from various sources is compiled to profile longtime Cuban leader Fidel Castro's life and times in this new special. Media reports and rare photos and recordings recall how he first came into power, though he was unable to establish friendly relations with the United States due to communism. Among his biggest challenges were the Bay of Pigs invasion, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the end of the Soviet Union. The Elian Gonzalez matter also is considered.

The Mindy Project

FOX, 9:30 pm ET
The Mindy Project

Mindy (Mindy Kaling) believes she's met the man of her dreams when he writes in a New York newspaper about their meeting. A huge, surprising revelation awaits "Danny & Mindy." Tim Daly, soon to co-star in "Madam Secretary," guest stars. Chris Messina, Ed Weeks and Adam Pally also star.

Frontline

PBS, 10:00 pm ET
Frontline

If there's one thing known about North Korea, it's that not much is known about what transpires inside that country. "Secret State of North Korea" examines Kim Jong-un's leadership to the degree it can, largely through footage that was taken covertly and then smuggled out. Defectors from North Korea also discuss their experiences, not only confirming how strict the governing regime is, but also demonstrating how defiant civilians take big risks.

Ink Master

SPIKE, 10:00 pm ET

The tattoo reality-competition series returns for Season 5, but this time it’s personal as the show features existing tattoo artist rivalries — including convention circuit foes, a former boss vs. an ex-employee and brother vs. brother. Dave Navarro returns as host.

Sullivan & Son

TBS, 10:00 pm ET
Sullivan & Son

Melanie (Valerie Azlynn) advises Steve (Steve Byrne) on how best to impress a new woman who has caught his eye in the new episode "A Kiss Is Never Just a Kiss." Elsewhere, Hank's (Brian Doyle-Murray) doctor prescribes him testosterone, but a mishap leads to a "juiced-up" Hank.

Little People, Big World

TLC, 10:00 pm ET
Little People, Big World

The Roloff family returns for a five-episode season that finds son Jeremy trying to build up his courage to pop the question to his longtime girlfriend, Audrey. No need to sit on the edge of your seat, however: She's going to say yes, and most of these new episodes will follow the wedding preparations. Elsewhere, though, look for parents Matt and Amy trying to find ways to keep the family together in the face of many such changes, including their own separation.

Cement Heads

A&E, 10:32 pm ET
Cement Heads

In the new episode "Gone Fishin'," Chubby sets up a fishing trip after he manages to convince Billy to take a much-needed day off to decompress, but the outing turns out to be plenty stressful anyway as Billy is called on to teach Chubby the finer points of fishing. Back home, after whizzing through her own work load, Danielle tries for some quality time with her mother-in-law, Joan.

Wed, September 3

So You Think You Can Dance

FOX, 8:00 pm ET

Jenna Dewan Tatum ("Witches of East End") has more than a passing knowledge of dance, since she starred in the original "Step Up" movie -- in which her co-star was her husband, Channing Tatum, who later became "Magic Mike." That's enough to qualify her to guest-judge this show's season finale. She joins Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy as the victor is declared in (appropriately enough) "Winner Announced." Cat Deeley is the host.

Penn & Teller: Fool Us

CW, 8:00 pm ET

Though half of this series' starring team may not exactly appreciate the title of the new episode "Teller Is a Blockhead," he and his partner still are likely to appreciate the talents of the magicians who compete for a spot in their Las Vegas show. The illusionists featured here are Daniel Kramer, Gazzo, Alan Rorrison and Romany. British media star Jonathan Ross is the host.

Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation

PBS, 8:00 pm ET

Africa is the destination of this episode of the program, with aerial cinematography providing majestic views of the continent. It's not only a perspective that the audience for this hour gets, but so do the creatures through whose eyes the trek is seen: species of birds that provide the "flight" part of the title. Their being such a major factor justifies this being under the thematic umbrella of the "Nature" series.

NOVA

PBS, 9:00 pm ET
NOVA

Rarely is an area of the world left alone for virtually a century, but "Ghosts of Machu Picchu" examines just such a region. Situated on top of a mountain, the site poses many mysteries for modern archaeologists who have questions about its structure and culture. They may find some of the answers by locating the remains of its builders, during a quest that was initiated in 1911 when Hiram Bingham discovered the so-called "Lost City of the Incas."

Criminal Minds

CBS, 9:00 pm ET
Criminal Minds

A two-part story opens with "Angels." Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and the team are in Texas investigating a series of murders in which the victims were prostitutes. They find a possible religious connection to the crimes, but as they dig deeper, they could be putting their own lives in jeopardy. Esai Morales returns as BAU Section Chief Cruz. Michael Trucco ("Battlestar Galactica," "Revenge") and Brett Cullen ("Devious Maids") guest star.

America's Got Talent

NBC, 9:00 pm ET

The season's remaining acts will be fewer by the end of this new "Results" hour from New York's Radio City Music Hall, as six of the 12 from the previous night's semifinal performances are kept in by viewers' votes. Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern continue as the on-site judges. Nick Cannon is the host.

Legends

TNT, 9:00 pm ET
Legends

The DCO manages to capture the elusive Colonel and Ana Paulanos (Necar Zadegan) when they sell Martin (Sean Bean) a briefcase of what turns out to be fake VX. One of the Colonel's followers retaliates swiftly, however, releasing real VX in a crowded bus and threatening more such attacks if the pair are not released. In a Hail Mary gambit, Martin stages a prison break, forcing the Colonel to lead him to the VX supply in the new episode "Betrayal."

The 100

CW, 9:00 pm ET
The 100

With the camp soon to be desperate for nourishment, Clarke and Finn (Eliza Taylor, Thomas McDonell) lead a mission to find food in "The Calm." Ultimately, they have other thoughts in mind, since they end up getting very close in the physical sense -- but things turn dangerous for them. Raven (guest star Lindsey Morgan) strikes a deal with Bellamy (Bob Morley). Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) reunites with Chancellor Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Abby (Paige Turco).

Surviving Evil

ID, 9:00 pm ET
Surviving Evil

The series returns for its second season, featuring all-new stories of extraordinary women who found their lives suddenly in the hands of a coldblooded criminal but fought back against their attackers and, against all odds, survived. Returning as host is actress Charisma Carpenter.

Fool's Gold

ANIMAL, 9:00 pm ET
Fool

A team of rookie prospectors heads into the wilds of Northern Ontario on a quest for gold in this unscripted series that is making its Animal Planet debut. In the opening episode, called "A Minor Setback," group leader Todd Ryznar convinces friends and family members they can get rich finding gold in the Ontario wilderness if they quit their jobs and leave their old lives behind for eight weeks, but the cozy camp he promises them turns out to be a dump.

Modern Family

ABC, 10:00 pm ET
Modern Family

Jay (Ed O'Neill) wants an evening just for the family in "A Hard Jay's Night," but that proves easier wished than done. Phil (Ty Burrell) runs into major complications while showing Gloria's (Sofia Vergara) old apartment, Claire (Julie Bowen) is irritated over not getting recognition for extra effort, and others have concerns about the wedding-cake topper Cam's (Eric Stonestreet) father has made. Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Sarah Hyland also star.

The League

FXX, 10:00 pm ET
The League

The hit comedy about a group of friends in a fantasy football league returns for a 13-episode Season 6. While Taco hits the links, Kevin struggles with Jenny's Shiva Bowl victory. Andre's new sense of self becomes insufferable, and the group attends a funeral. Stephen Rannazzisi, Mark Duplass, Katie Aselton and Jonathan Lajoie star.

The Bridge

FX, 10:00 pm ET
The Bridge

In a new episode called "Rakshasa," as Marco (Demian Bichir) races against time, Sonya (Diane Kruger) finds herself in the cross hairs. Fausto (Ramon Franco) discovers he has a traitor hiding within his organization. Elsewhere, an unexpected rendezvous unfolds at Red Ridge View.

Graceland

USA, 10:00 pm ET
Graceland

In the new episode "Sonadora," the Graceland agents are baiting the final hooks they're planning to use against the Solano cartel when a thought belatedly dawns on them: What if Sid (Carmine Giovinazzo) has a few tricks of his own up his sleeve? Aaron Tveit, Daniel Sunjata and Vanessa Ferlito star.

Extant

CBS, 10:00 pm ET
Extant

It's said babies can have a certain power, but it wasn't meant this way. In the new episode "A New World," Molly (Halle Berry) comes to understand why Yasumoto (Hiroyuki Sanada) has taken such a keen interest in her infant. Sparks' (Michael O'Neill) second thoughts prompt Anya (guest star Jeannetta Arnette) to assume the lead in what has been his mission. Odin (guest star Charlie Bewley) treads where he shouldn't in regard to Ethan (Pierce Gagnon).

Operation Maneater

PBS, 10:00 pm ET

Canada's Hudson Bay is visited by Mark Evans in a new episode whose title clearly indicates its subject, "Polar Bear." The timing is fortuitous for him, if tragic for others: He arrives in a town shortly after an attack has resulted in injuries to two people -- and the death of a bear. In another town, Evans joins wildlife officers to survey methods of warding off such attacks, involving uses of drones and very powerful loudspeakers.

My Friends Call Me Johnny

ESQTV, 10:00 pm ET

Jean “Johnny” Pigozzi — photographer, art collector, jetsetter and heir to a European auto fortune — headlines this original series that looks to put a twist on the typical talk show. Pigozzi travels the globe to ask the most provocative questions of his famous friends, including Michael Douglas, Calvin Klein, Martha Stewart, Mario Batali and others. Legendary film producer Joel Silver serves as an executive producer of the series.

Girlfriend Intervention

LIFETIME, 10:00 pm ET
Girlfriend Intervention

Sight-unseen, this new makeover show has raised a few eyebrows with its central premise, which has four black women -- home expert Nikki Chu, fashion guru Tiffiny Dixon, beauty maven Tracy Belan and "soul coach" Tanisha Thomas -- mentoring a "white sister" who is trying to get her groove back. Sounds a little like a new spin on "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," but with ethnic identity instead of sexual orientation at its core.

Franklin & Bash

TNT, 10:01 pm ET
Franklin & Bash

While trying to help a client win back his beachfront property from a greedy land shark, Peter and Jared (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Breckin Meyer) land in the crosshairs of a dirty cop, so they turn to one of Peter's old flames (guest star Kat Foster) for help. Meanwhile, Stanton Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) competes against his nephew (Reed Diamond), who is now at another firm, for a high-powered piece of business in the new episode "Good Cop/Bad Cop."

Taxi Brooklyn

NBC, 10:01 pm ET
Taxi Brooklyn

The shooting of a motorcyclist becomes Cat and Leo's (Chyler Leigh, Jacky Ido) latest case in the new episode "Frenchmen Can't Jump." When attacked, the victim is en route to hand off heroin to a suspected, underworld-connected dealer (guest star Matthew Leone) who has personal reasons for engaging in his activities. Leo's suspicions about an amateur basketball tournament yield surprises. Ally Walker, Jennifer Esposito and James Colby also star.

Thu, September 4

NFL Football

NBC, 8:30 pm ET

The 2014 NFL season kicks off in the Pacific Northwest, where the Seattle Seahawks begin defense of their Super Bowl title against the Green Bay Packers. The Pack won the NFC Central last year with an 8-7-1 record, but were summarily ousted from the playoffs in the wild card game by the San Francisco 49ers and Phil Dawson's field goal as time expired.

PGA Tour Golf

GOLF, 4:00 pm ET

Part 3 of the four-tournament FedEx Cup Playoffs tees off today near Denver, where the top 70 ranked players will vie in the BMW Championship. A field expected to include Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Jimmy Walker, Matt Kuchar and Jim Furyk will take aim at the par-70, 7,352-yard Cherry Hills Country Club, which last hosted a PGA Tour event in 1985 with the PGA Championship. Zach Johnson won this tournament a year ago at Conway Farms Golf Club outside Chicago.

Dirty Dancing

ABCFAM, 6:30 pm ET

Sixties hits, stirring original songs and eye-popping dance moves made this 1987 drama a hit with audiences. Jennifer Grey stars as the naive teenager who has the time of her life with a hunky dance instructor (Patrick Swayze) at a resort in the Catskills. Cynthia Rhodes, Jack Weston and a pre-"Law & Order" Jerry Orbach also star.

The Vampire Diaries

CW, 8:00 pm ET
The Vampire Diaries

Stefan (Paul Wesley) tries to distract Elena (Nina Dobrev) from obsessing over Damon (Ian Somerhalder). Jeremy and Matt (Steven R. McQueen, Zach Roerig) admit to Damon that the Traveler knife is missing. Enzo (Michael Malarkey) makes a dangerous decision that leads to a violent confrontation with Stefan. Markos (Raffi Barsoumian) asks Sloan (Caitlin McHugh) for help with a ritual to break a curse against the Travelers in "Man on Fire."

Sleepy Hollow

FOX, 8:00 pm ET
Sleepy Hollow

Actions can have unexpected results -- and that's particularly true in the case of this show. In "The Golem," Henry Parrish (guest star John Noble) becomes Ichabod's (Tom Mison) avenue of communication with Katrina (Katia Winter), but an unforeseen side effect is the revival of a terrifying threat. Nicole Beharie and Orlando Jones also star.

I Am Divine

SHO, 8:30 pm ET

This 2012 documentary by Jeffrey Schwarz ("Vito") combines feature film clips and home movie footage with new interview segments to chronicle how a chubby gay youth named Harris Glenn Milstead transformed himself into a larger-than-life drag superstar named Divine, working chiefly in collaboration with subversive filmmaker John Waters. In addition to Waters, interviewees also include Tab Hunter, Ricki Lake, Michael Musto and Bruce Vilanch.

The Millers

CBS, 8:31 pm ET
The Millers

Tom (Beau Bridges) is only too happy to announce to the family that he has a new girlfriend -- and she's much younger than he is. A red flag is raised immediately for Nathan (Will Arnett), who goes under cover to spy on his dad and make sure the woman isn't a gold digger who's gotten Tom in her clutches. Margo Martindale and Jayma Mays also star in "0072."

The Originals

CW, 9:00 pm ET
The Originals

Cami (Leah Pipes) tries an unconventional treatment on Kieran (Todd Stashwick), but it causes him to have a violent episode. After arguing with Klaus (Joseph Morgan) over how to handle the Crescent Wolves, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) visits the bayou and witnesses a terrible explosion. Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) gives Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) a surprising bit of information about her family history in "An Unblinking Death."

Rush

USA, 9:00 pm ET
Rush

As Rush (Tom Ellis) reconnects with his old flame Sarah (Odette Annable), he is surprised to notice how much she has changed in the new episode "Get Lucky." Alex (Larenz Tate) starts to worry that he is getting in over his head as he ventures deeper and deeper into the darker side of Rush's world. Manny (Rick Gonzalez), Rush's dealer, urges Eve (Sarah Habel) to take control of her life.

Elementary

CBS, 10:00 pm ET
Elementary

Mycroft Holmes (Rhys Ifans) is in a bad spot, accused of both murder and treason, in "The Grand Experiment." His only hopes of being cleared are Sherlock and Watson (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu), but they've hit choppy waters in their partnership. Though they resolve to table those in order it help Mycroft, how successful they'll be in doing so is another story. Aidan Quinn also stars.

Married

FX, 10:00 pm ET
Married

Maybe it's true that you can't go home again, but Russ and Lina (Nat Faxon, Judy Greer) may be hoping for a little nostalgic magic as they have a date night in their old neighborhood. Elsewhere, AJ and Bernie (Brett Gelman, John Hodgman) take a detour on their way to a gentlemen's club in the new episode "The Old Date."

Satisfaction

USA, 10:01 pm ET
Satisfaction

In the new episode "Through Security," Grace (Stephanie Szostak) comes across some very upsetting information, while Neil (Matt Passmore) muses over how best to handle a decidedly ominous warning he has received. Leon Thomas, Michael Vartan and Maggie Lacey guest star; Katherine LaNasa also stars.

Tonight's
Top Movie Picks

Julie & Julia

OXYGEN | 6:00 pm

Crash

SHO2 | 7:00 pm

Frozen

STZK | 8:00 pm

The Last Samurai

TNT | 8:00 pm

Adaptation

INDIE | 9:00 pm
 
 
New Releases Available

On Demand