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It takes two septuagenarians (Derek Jacobi,
The visuals are intense (and in tents) as acrobats, aerialists and clowns ply their trades in the 2012 fantasy "Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away." 8 p.m.
With apologies to Jonathan Swift: Ms. Ray and Mr. Fieri return with "a modest proposal" in the form of "Rachael vs. Guy Kids Cook-Off." 8 p.m. Food
Make room for Nucky!
Got a second? How 'bout a million of 'em? That's just enough time to take part in "The Million Second Quiz," a new multi-night game-show event hosted by
You're never too old: Octogenarians, nonagenarians, etc., travel to China to take part in an over-80 ping-pong tournament on a new "POV." 10 p.m. KOCE
Woof, woof, woof?!! Either we've traveled back to the early 1990s, or "The Arsenio Hall Show" is returning after a two-decade absence. 11 p.m. KTLA
Wanna bet? "Money Talks" and you-know-what walks in this new docu-series about the high-stakes world of sports gambling. 6 and 9 p.m.
She made quite a "racquet" in the tennis world way back when, and now Billie Jean King's greatness is attested to by the likes of Gloria Steinem, Chris Evert and Venus and
Courageous canines that helped rescue survivors from the ruins of the World Trade Center are saluted in "Hero Dogs of 9/11." 8 p.m.
They shall take up serpents: Members of a religious sect engage in practices that would give herpetologists pause in the new docu-series "Snake Salvation." 9 and 9:30 p.m. National Geographic
Britney's been and gone, so
"The 9/11 Firehouse" offers firsthand accounts from the first of the
Two chefs enter, one "MasterChef" leaves on the season finale of the Gordon Ramsay-hosted culinary competition." 9 p.m. Fox
A new "Nova" tells the story of the 104-story "Ground Zero Supertower" being built on the sight of the fallen Twin Towers in lower
Hail to the chiefs of staff: Former White House insiders share their insights on the demands of that particular position in the two-part special "The Presidents' Gatekeepers." 9 p.m. Discovery; also Thu.
Recent advances in neuroscience and their potential impact on the criminal justice system are illuminated via staged courtroom proceedings in the two-part series "Brains on Trial With Alan Alda." 10 p.m. KOCE
"Too Young to Marry?" Decide for yourself when modern-day Romeos and Juliets share their true-life love stories in this new four-part docu-series. 10 p.m.
Shoplifters of the world, beware: Security experts are out to put the kibosh on the old "five-finger discount" in the reality series "Thieves, Inc." 10:30 p.m. Food
Young singers and dancers hope they'll make the grade at "Fame High" in this 2012 documentary about the L.A. County High School for the Arts. 7 p.m. Showtime
Michael, we hardly knew ye: After seven seasons, our hero (
Far out! From the creator of "The Powerpuff Girls" comes "Wander Over Yonder," featuring the voices of "
Rock on, gold dust woman: Fleetwood Mac's
Whither Audrey? That's the big mystery on the season premiere of the supernatural drama "Haven." Emily Rose and
Canceled by Fox after 25 seasons, "Cops" transfers to cable TV with all-new episodes. Now sing along with us: "Bad boys, bad boys, watcha gonna do?" 8 p.m. Spike
Till death do they part, indeed: A small-town minister is suspected of murdering his wife in the new thriller "Sins of the Preacher."
Would you take a quarter for that? Lori Loughlin hunts for bargains, as well as clues to a rash of robberies, in the new TV movie "Garage Sale Mystery." 9 p.m. Hallmark
unts for bargains, as well as clues to a rash of robberies, in the new TV movie
"Garage Sale Mystery."