On cable tonight, Bravo has series premiere of Chef Roble & Co., Comedy Central has a Carlos Mencia: New Territory comedy special, Food Network has the fourth season premiere of Cupcake Wars, HBO has the third season finale of Hung, HGTV has a Celebrity Holiday Homes 2011 special, National Geographic has the third season premiere of Alaska State Troopers, and TLC has a Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On special.
In late night, History has the first season finale of Around the World in 80 Ways and MTV2 has the 2011 Sucker Free Awards.
Once Upon a Time (ABC): New. David is torn between Kathryn and Mary Margaret, whom he has fallen for. Sheriff Graham gets caught in a lie. The destiny of Prince Charming may be altered.
The Good Wife (CBS): New. Michael J. Fox returns at attorney Louis Canning and he and Alicia make a connection after a routine arbitration is interrupted by a personal crisis.
Homeland (Showtime): New. Carrie and Saul begin surveilling Walker’s contact in Washington. Brody gets asked to run for congress. Plays again later. Last week’s episode replays earlier in the evening.
The Simpsons (FOX): New. Joan Rivers guest stars as Krusty the Clown’s first agent that attempts to mount his comeback after his show is canceled and his talent agency drops him. Runs 30 minutes.
Leverage (TNT): New. The team ends up in the middle of a documentary being filmed while they try to prove the CEO is embezzling funds from his greeting card company. Plays again later. This episode is fantastic, especially if you are also a fan of The Office.
Pan Am (ABC): New. Ted wants to make a woman from his past jealous and asks Laura for help. Kate and Anderson end up in some trouble on a mission. Colette meets Dean’s parents. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.
A&E has eight episodes of Criminal Minds tonight.
ABC Family is playing five Harry Potter movies.
Discovery Channel has 11 episodes of Dirty Jobs.
History has seven episodes of Ancient Aliens.
Oxygen has 14 episodes of Snapped.
Spike TV has 14 episodes of Repo Games.
Syfy is playing all four Indiana Jones movies.
TNT has eight episodes of Law & Order early.
USA Network has 11 episodes of NCIS.
WE tv has nine episodes of My Fair Wedding With David Tutera.