Inside the Actors Studio, 7 p.m., Bravo: Colin Firth drops by to explain to James Lipton how he played the stammering King George VI.
SERIES PREMIERE, The Chicago Code, 9 p.m., Fox: Jennifer Beals and Jason Clarke star in yet another police drama, this time set in Chicago.
SERIES PREMIERE, Lizard Lick Towing, 10 p.m., TRUtv: Ron and Amy Shirley from All Worked Up tow or repossess cars from people too poor or lazy to make their payments.
SERIES PREMIERE, Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy, 9 p.m., History: We've long since given up on History's reasoning behind programming decisions, so we don't even blink when Larry the Cable Guy takes us on a tour of weird stuff like champion frog jumpers and Vermont's table etiquette.
SERIES PREMIERE, Traffic Light, 9:30 p.m., Fox: Three guys talk about how their relationships with their women make their lives better and worse.
SEASON PREMIERE, Top Shot, 10 p.m., History: The marksmanship competition returns for a second season, this time combining shooting and billiards in a bid to get on ESPN2.
Reagan, 9 p.m., History: Another documentary about Ronald Reagan after his 100th birthday.
SERIES PREMIERE, Mr. Sunshine, 9:30 p.m., ABC: Matthew Perry returns to TV playing Chandler Bing as though Monica left him and he started managing a sports arena by his 40th birthday.
SEASON PREMIERE, Justified, 10 p.m., FX: Raylan Givens returns to do battle with a Harlan County crime family. Since the episode is cryptically titled "The Moonshine War," we can only guess what the disagreement is about.
Million Dollar Listing, 9 p.m., Bravo: A client doesn't want to accept the housing market is in the toilet.
Nikita, 9 p.m., CW: Matthew Marsden guest stars, marking the first time the wife has ever shown any interest in this show.
Archer, 10 p.m., FX: Archer is hit with a paternity suit. We'll let you draw your own conclusions. (Get it? He's a cartoon? Draw? Eh.)
Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown, 8 p.m., ABC: Charlie Brown continues to pine for the Little Redhaired Girl.
SERIES PREMIERE, Auction Packed, 9 p.m., NatGeo: What's with all the auction-related shows these days?
Fringe, 9 p.m., Fox: A terrorist's weapon of choice is a flesh-eating insect.
Joshua Gillin, firstname.lastname@example.org