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What's tops on the tube? Find out at fifth-annual edition of “The Critics' Choice Television Awards.” 5 p.m.
A comic and commentator cracks wise about events current as well as cultural in “The Greg Gutfeld Show.” 7 p.m.
Take a walk on the wild side of the Internet with Alex Winter's 2015 exposé “Deep Web.” 8 p.m.
All will kneel before "Golan the Insatiable" in this animated sitcom featuring the voices of Rob Riggle and Aubrey Plaza. 9:30 p.m. Fox
The 1980s-set tech-industry drama "Halt and Catch Fire" boots up a second season. 10 p.m. AMC
Let's move! First Lady Michelle Obama stops by for a chat on the return of "So You Think You Can Dance." 8 p.m. Fox
Actress Marianna Palka shares her fears of inheriting the degenerative disorder known as Huntington's disease in the new documentary "The Lion's Mouth Opens." 9 p.m. HBO
"Devious Maids" still don't do windows in the soapy drama's third-season premiere. 9 p.m. Lifetime
Rivalries between such inventors as
Kids say the spookiest things, prompting the FBI to investigate, in “The Whispers.” Lily Rabe, Milo Ventimiglia and “House of Cards'” Kristen Connolly star in this new science-fiction drama from
Every rose has its thorns for the cast and crew of a "Bachelor"-like dating show in the new scripted drama "UnREAL." Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer star. 10 p.m. Lifetime
Those fabulous fabulists are back at it in the season premiere of the hit teen drama "Pretty Little Liars." 8 p.m. ABC Family
Dead men tell no tales … or do they? A young techie (Emma Ishta) learns how to enter the minds of the dearly departed in the new mystery drama "Stitchers." 9 p.m. ABC Family
“Secrets and Wives” is a new docu-soap about six longtime gal pals in Long Island. So why not just call it “The Real Housewives of Long Island”? 10 p.m.
The doctor (Mark Feuerstein) is in on the return of "Royal Pains." 10 p.m. USA
Ted Danson and Wanda Sykes are David Steinberg's guests on a new "Inside Comedy." 11 p.m. Showtime
Pro hockey's finest face off at center ice in the opening game of the "2015
Older women and the younger men who love them share their stories in the special "The Grandmother Lovers." 9 p.m. TLC
The sports-themed dramedy “The Game” kicks off its eighth and final season. 10 p.m.
Goodbye, ladies: Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves and
You don't have to be crazy to eat there, but it helps, in the special "Craziest Restaurants in America." 10 p.m. Food Network
The latest edition of the extreme-sports extravaganza that is the "
The Clippers came close, the Lakers not even, but neither team will be there at the tip-off of the "2015
Mads Mikkelsen is back as the hungry, hungry "Hannibal" in this creepy drama's third-season premiere. 10 p.m. NBC
The Wachowskis, who brought you "The Matrix," want to further bend your mind with "Sense8." Eight strangers find themselves inexplicably linked in this new science-fiction series. Anytime, Netflix
The boys are all here, even that one kid who quit a few months back, in the 2014 concert doc "One Direction: Where We Are: Live From San Siro Stadium." 9 p.m. Showtime
Four female faith-healers try to practice what they "Preach" in this new reality series. 10 p.m. Lifetime
All eyes will be on American Pharaoh as the bay colt shoots for the
Black college students have a thing or three to say about race relations on campus in Justin Simien's 2014 satire "Dear White People." 8 p.m. Epix
All rise! Here comes “The Judge.” Robert Duvall and
Homework, schmomework! A trio of middle-schoolers has other plans in the new sitcom “100 Things to Do Before High School.” 8 p.m.
"Once" was not enough, so that film's writer-director John Carney created the likewise tune-filled 2013 fable "Begin Again." With Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo. 8 p.m. Showtime