TONIGHT'S MIGHT SEE:
“Bones” return, 9 p.m., Fox.
Bouncing around the
Fox schedule, “Bones” keeps getting OK ratings with OK stories.
Now, after a long break, it settles into the night where it will
start its 11th season this fall.
In this rerun, a
rich and idealistic teacher has been killed; his students and
colleagues are suspects. Also, Brennan's publisher wants her to
become Twitter-savvy. One of the lab geniuses – played by Laura
Spencer, who also plays Raj's girlfriend on “The Big Bang Theory”
-- tries to guide her.
II: “Beauty and the Beast,” 8 p.m., CW.
On most networks,
this would be time for a key farewell tale: As “Beauty” staggers
with micro-ratings, its title characters are preparing their wedding.
Isn't it time for a quick ceremony and farewell?
Not on CW, where
nothing (except “Messengers” and “Hart of Dixie”) gets
cancelled. “Beauty” still has six episodes this season ... and
will be back next season. Tonight, Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) fears
that the experiments with superhumans will disrupt her wedding day,
scheduled for next week.
ALTERNATIVE: “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll” and “Married,”
10 and 10:30 p.m., FX.
First, Johnny Rock
(Denis Leary) learns one of the hard truths of being a former rock
star: Financially, he's more useful dead than alive. It's a farly
good episode, sparked (once again) by Elizabeth Gillies as his
just-discovered daughter, an aspiring singer with immense talent.
these people really don't understand the concept of a “date night”
to bring them closer together. They use the night to go out
separately, with friends; appropriately, both efforts go awry.
Wives Club,” 8 p.m., ABC. The Apollo astronauts remain busy, but
the new Gemini program is gathering speed. Also, the wife of Gemimi's
Jim Lovell is hiding a surprise pregnancy.
“The Big Bang
Theory,” 8 p.m., CBS. In a rerun, Sheldon has a blanket fort with
Amy and an argument (on Wil Wheaton's podcast) with Penny. Also,
someone claims to be Howard's half-brother.
p.m., CBS. In a rerun – setting up next week's rerun of a superb
episode – Christy's parents are vigorously reviving their
long-dormant love. Also, Christy ponders a new career.
p.m., ABC.Things turned messy when the sex threesome became a secret
twosome. Now Vivian has found out; she rages at her husband Alec and
10 p.m., ABC. Cops had arranged a friendly baseball game. Then it's
disrupted by a drive-by shooting; in the aftermath, Gail ends up at
odds with her brother.
“Under the Dome,”
10 p.m., CBS. Beyond the dome, the outside world is battered by a
Much more, 10 p.m.,
cable. The two reality shows that debuted Sunday on E will rerun
simultaneously. “Stewarts & Hamiltons,” on E, focuses on the
extended family of Alana Stewart, following marriages to Rod Stewart
and George Hamilton; “I Am Cait,” borrowing a spot on Bravo,
views the new life of Caitlyn (formerly Bruce) Jenner. Cable has
other 10 p.m. shows that have been excellent -- “Rectify” on
Sundauce and the season-opener of “Review” on Comedy Central.