Tonight, The CW has the second season premiere of Nikita and the seventh season premiere of Supernatural, CBS has the series premiere of A Gifted Man, the eighth season premiere of CSI: NY and the second season premiere of Blue Bloods, FOX has the fourth season premiere of Kitchen Nightmares and the fourth season premiere of Fringe, and NBC has the 21st season premiere of Dateline NBC.
Over on cable, Discovery Channel has the first season finale of One Man Army, The Hub has the series premiere of Majors & Minors, ID has the third season premiere of Twisted, and Travel Channel has the fifth season premiere of Ghost Adventures and the series premiere of The Dead Files.
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Nikita (The CW): Season Premiere. Michael and Nikita set out to use the information they have on the black box to start to dismantle Division and Oversight. Amanda goes to Alex for help with a mission. Been looking forward to the return of this one. What about you?
Fringe (FOX): Season Premiere. Agent Lincoln Lee ends up joining the team after his partner is killed by an unknown threat. This is a really good episode, but the timeline being rewritten with the disappearance of Peter messes with your head. Next week’s episodes has one of the best cases of the week they’ve done, as it investigates a very interesting question.
Haven (Syfy): New. Audrey and Nathan are looking into murders where the victims were mummified. Duke has a secret from his past that could change his future. Plays again later.
Modern Family (ABC): Repeat. This past Wednesday’s third season premiere episodes, “Dude Ranch” and “When Good Kids Go Bad,” replay.
Revenge (ABC): Repeat. This past Wednesday’s series premiere episode, “Pilot,” replays.
Blue Bloods (CBS): Season Premiere. A supporter of the mayor-elect is found dead. Jamie goes undercover.
A&E has seven episodes of Criminal Minds tonight.
ABC Family has five episodes of America’s Funniest Home Videos tonight.
Spike TV has 15 episodes of Gangland.
Syfy has five episodes of First Wave early.
USA Network has eight episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit early followed by eight episodes of NCIS.