Over on cable, Bravo has the fifth season Millionaire Matchmaker reunion special, History has The Epic History of Everyday Things special, Lifetime has the series premiere of America’s Supernanny and the second season premiere of One Born Every Minute, Oxygen has the sixth season premiere of Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, Spike TV has the second season finale of Auction Hunters and the first season finale of Flip Men, TLC has the ninth winter season premiere of What Not to Wear, and TNT has the TV movie premiere of Scott Turow’s Innocent.
Last Man Standing (ABC): New. Mike bonds with a new neighbor. Mandy catches her boyfriend lying to her and seeks revenge. Runs 30 minutes.
New Girl (FOX): New. Turns out that Winston is a natural with the hand bell and Jess gets jealous after he joins her quartet. Nick and Schmidt argue over how to fix the toilet.
Raising Hope (FOX): New. The family all pitch their ideas when an invention convention comes to town.
Sons of Anarchy (FX): New. Jax has to deal with a problem that affects his family and his club. Part one of two-part season finale. Runs 65 minutes. Plays twice and again later. I can’t wait to see how this is all going to end.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (CBS): Repeat. The classic holiday tale replays.
Ringer (The CW): New. Henry must work with Bridget to find out what really happened to Gemma. Juliet is becoming obsessed with her teacher.
Covert Affairs (USA Network): New. An MI6 operative attempts to recruit Annie thinking she is just a Smithsonian employee. Plays again later. Last week’s episode replays earlier in this morning.
Bravo has nine episodes of Millionaire Matchmaker tonight.
Oxygen has 11 episodes of Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood.
Spike TV has six episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation followed by 11 episodes of Auction Hunters.
Syfy has nine episodes of Destination Truth.
USA Network has 13 episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
WE tv has six episodes of Ghost Whisperer tonight.