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  • 9:00 PM, PBS

    Widely regarded as one of the brightest and funniest women in show business, Emmy-winning "30 Rock" creator, star and executive producer Tina Fey receives one of the most prestigious awards in comedy in this 2010 event. She's cheered on by former "Saturday Night Live" colleagues Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen, Amy Poehler and Lorne Michaels, along with "30 Rock" co-stars Jane Krakowski and Tracy Morgan, plus Betty White and more.

  • 6:00 PM, TCM

    Near the end of World War I, Scottish soldier Charles Plumpick (Alan Bates) is dispatched to a tiny French town to defuse a deadly bomb left behind by the retreating Germans. What Charles doesn't know is that all the townspeople who welcome him are actually lunatics who have escaped from the nearby asylum, and they cheerfully impede him from carrying out his urgent task. Genevieve Bujold co-stars in Philippe de Broca's whimsical 1966 comedy, which became a massive cult hit when it was released in 1967 to American cinemas, where it resonated powerfully with the anti-war counterculture.

  • 10:00 PM, APL

    In a new episode called 'Vincent Van Treehouse," Pete helps three siblings surprise their parents with a Scandinavian-style, two-story, art-studio treehouse on their historic family farm in Wisconsin. And don't think Pete skimps on creative extras, because the structure comes with Murphy-bed art tables, a multi-use studio area and sky tents. There's also a stunning two-story window wall incorporating reclaimed 100-year-old windows from the old family farmhouse.

  • 8:00 PM, CBS

    An unlikely casino winner is found murdered in an alley in "Passed Pawns." The victim was homeless, and an ambitious CSI (guest star Matthew Davis) is teamed with Morgan (Elisabeth Harnois) on the case. The dealer (guest star Shannon Lucio) who served the man right before his death becomes a suspect. Russell's (Ted Danson) wife (guest star Peri Gilpin) implores him to retire. Steven Bauer and Illeana Douglas also guest star.

  • 8:00 PM, CW

    "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" staples Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood get an additional showcase for their improv talents in this new one-hour special. It captures one of the touring performances the comics have done together -- and in the spirit of their series, they take suggestions from their live audience in determining the subjects of sketches and songs they devise right on the spot.

  • 9:00 PM, CBS

    McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) helps Grover (Chi McBride) investigate the disappearance of a friend who has apparently killed someone. Kono (Grace Park) continues her own search -- for Adam -- in "O Kela Me Keia Manawa," Hawaiian for "now and then." Scott Caan also stars.

  • 9:00 PM, TRAVEL

    Don Wildman explores a residence that once belonged to a mysterious dancer who cost a Bavarian king his own home. Next, he travels to Seattle to check out an imposing 16-foot statue of Russian communist leader Vladimir Lenin, which somehow wound up in the Pacific Northwest. Finally, Wildman investigates the story of a disease a scientist once studied by using himself as a lab rat. It's all part of a new episode called "The King and the Spanish Dancer, A Communist Comes to America, Filth Party."

  • 9:00 PM, TNT

    Crossover alert! In the new episode "Sunspot Highway," former crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary and ex-prosecutor Kelly Siegler turn to cable TV news personality Nancy Grace to enlist public assistance on a case that, for once, isn't all that cold, after investigators in Alamagordo, N.M., find the discarded body of a woman along a remote mountain road.

  • 9:00 PM, CW

    "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" staples Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood get an additional showcase for their improv talents in this new one-hour special. It captures one of the touring performances the comics have done together -- and in the spirit of their series, they take suggestions from their live audience in determining the subjects of sketches and songs they devise right on the spot.

  • 9:00 PM, STARZ

    Perhaps best known for her work on HBO's "Six Feet Under," Jill Soloway wrote and directed this sharp 2013 comedy about a frustrated stay-at-home mom (Kathryn Hahn) who takes her husband to a strip club to spice up their marriage. After she gets a private dance from a sexy blond dancer (Juno Temple), she invites the gal to work for her as a live-in nanny. The strong ensemble cast also includes Josh Radnor ("How I Met Your Mother"), Jane Lynch, Michaela Watkins and Keegan Michael Key.

  • 10:00 PM, CBS

    Probing a child's disappearance makes Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) recall a similar case from years earlier in "Open Secrets." That girl's father (guest star Patrick Breen) still maintains hope she'll be found. Erin (Bridget Moynahan) suspects a psychiatrist (guest star Greg Germann) often utilized by the D.A.'s office of being unreliable. Frank (Tom Selleck) faces a potential international incident when a police detective is arrested in London.

  • 10:00 PM, SYFY

    In a new episode called "God's Gift to Zebras," Axl (Emmett Skilton) meets and woos a librarian (guest star Antonia Prebble) who claims to be Frigg. As it turns out, that's true only when she is playing a Norse-themed online game, but Axl also learns that an alliance of goddesses may be working to thwart him -- and that he and his siblings may unwittingly be at war. Jared Turner also stars.

  • 10:01 PM, NBC

    If there's little love for Lowe (Richard Coyle) in Santa Compana to begin with, the situation only gets worse for him in the new episode "Beggarman." Nenna (Tracy Ifeachor) intends to escape, and to do that, she'll have to go through him -- and she fully intends to. Balfour (Peter Stebbings) thinks he's making the right move by striking up a certain partnership, but he and Lowe could both end up dead as a result. John Malkovich also stars.

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