Over on cable, Discovery Channel has the series premiere of Wild Animal Repo, Food Network has the second season finale of Last Cake Standing and the series premiere of Best in Smoke, History has the fourth season finale of Ax Men, and OWN has first season finale of The Judds.
In late night, OWN has the series premiere of Why Not? With Shania Twain.
The Simpsons (FOX): New. Turns out Homer is quite the talented hair stylist, so he opens his own salon. Milhouse tells Lisa how he feels about her. Runs 30 minutes.
Game of Thrones (HBO): New. Ned is trying to find some clues. Robert and his guests watch the tournament. Plays again later.
The Killing (AMC): New. The detectives come across more information about where Rosie was on the night she was murdered. Richmond has to deal with a negative ad. Runs 62 minutes. Plays twice and again later.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC): New. A volleyball coach that has taken in three sisters gets a new place to live built by the team. Professional beach volleyball player Misty May helps the team. Next week is the season finale.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (USA Network): New. The death of a banker is investigated. Plays again later. Last day to enter our Law & Order: Criminal Intent Prize Pack Giveaway.
In Plain Sight (USA Network): New. Mary and Mashall take on a witness that is dealing with paranoia that is ruining things with his son. Bradley Whitford (The Good Guys, The West Wing) is the guest star. Plays again later. Good episode with a very sweet side-story involving Mary’s family. Whitford is good, too bad his character doesn’t get to interact with Joshua Malina’s in the episode. Enter our In Plain Sight Prize Pack Giveaway.
A&E has five episodes of Criminal Minds tonight.
Bravo has eight episodes of The Real Housewives of…
Oxygen has nine episodes of Snapped.
Spike TV has five episodes of Coal.
Syfy has nine episodes of Eureka early followed by 10 episodes of Warehouse 13 tonight.
USA has five episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.