On cable tonight, Bravo has the third season premiere of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, HBO has the Sins of the Father documentary, ID has the second season premiere of Disappeared, Logo has the series premiere of The A-List, MTV has the third season finale of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, Syfy has the fourth fall season premiere of Scare Tactics, TLC has the first season finale of Quints by Surprise, truTV has the second season premiere of Southern Fried Stings, and VH1 has the first season finale of Money Hungry.
House (FOX): New. An author of children’s books has a seizure while about to commit suicide. House and Cuddy go on a date with Wilson and his girlfriend.
Lie to Me (FOX): Season Premiere. Lightman ends up in the middle of a bank robbery and tries to stop it. Sad that Lone Star got canceled, but happy for the early return of this show, which really came into its own over the second half of season two, which played over the summer. Tim Roth is just fun to watch and this episode does a good job of setting up the new season and new additions to The Lightman Group.
Castle (ABC): New. A coded document attracts Castle’s attention and Beckett tries to steer the case back to the many potential suspects that surrounded the vicitm. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.
Chuck (NBC): New. Chuck and Sarah’s romantic mission get changed. Big Mike surprises Morgan.
The Event (NBC): New. The administration attempts to put a plan in action to get Sophia to reveal the plan of the detainees. I like this show and the cast, but I have one big problem that needs an explanation soon or I might be out soon.
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS): New. A gang war turns deadly at a high school football game.
Syfy has 30 episodes of Scare Tactics.
USA has 11 episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
WE has seven episodes of Bridezillas early and later 10 episodes of The Golden Girls.