TONIGHT'S MUST-SEE: “Breaking Bad,” 9 p.m., AMC.
After an11-month break, “Bad” finally returns with the second half of its final season.
First, are reruns of the entire first half – eight episodes, from 1-9 p.m. Then the final push begins, with Walter White – former high school chemistry teacher – deep in the drug-dealing business.
There's also a bonus: “Low Winter Sun” (debuting at 10:04 p.m.) is a worthy companion. “Sun” started with a British tale about a cop who makes one lethal mistake, then is in charge of the investigation. It retained the British star (Mark Strong), but moved the show to Detroit, which offers a great backdrop.
TONIGHT'S MIGHT-SEE: “Teen Choice Awards,” 8-10 p.m., Fox.
A night of youthful exuberance includes music by Florida Georgia Line, Demi Lovato, One Direction and Paramore.
One host is Darren Criss, whose “Glee” is nominated for best comedy. It faces “Big Bang Theory,” “Modern Family,” “New Girl” and “Suburgatory.”
The other host is Lucy Hale, whose “Pretty Little Liars” is up for best drama. It faces “Revenge,” “Nashville,” “Switched at Birth” and the long-departed “Gossip Girl.” There are plenty of other categories, plus presenters including Miley Cyrus, Gabrielle Douglas, Jim Parsons and Demi Lovato.
TONIGHT'S ALTERNATIVE: “Eat, Drink, Love” debut, 9 p.m., Bravo.
Here is Los Angeles night life, sexy and seductive. But it's not movies or rock 'n' roll; it's food.
Waylynn Lucas is a beauty whose “flonuts” bakery seems to be thriving; fresh from a messy break-up with a celebrity chef, she vows to quit dating food guys. Kat Odell has a popular food blog … and a questionable habit of sleeping with people she writes about.
Then there's Jessica Miller, who admits she seems too young and slim to be a restaurant mogul. Also, private chef Nina Clemente and public relations person Brenda Urban. Sometimes too loud and too foolish, these women make food seem Hollywood-worthy.
Other choice include:
– Cartoon marathon, 3:20 p.m., ABC Family. Some great – and greatly entertaining – films fill this marathon. That starts with “Wall-E” (2008); “Cars” (2006 ) is at 5:30 p.m., with “Despicable Me” (2010) at 8 and 10.
– “Family Guy,” 7 and 7:30 p.m., Fox. The first half-hour marks the show's 200th episode, including interviews with the stars. The second has a drug company withholding the cure for cancer.
– “Secret Millionaire,” 8 p.m., ABC. Jay Deutsch has made a fortune by helping companies and sports leagues sell branded merchandise. Now, in honor of a slain friend, he goes undercover in a low-income part of Phoenix.
– “Unforgettable,” 9 p.m., CBS. The murder of a businessman is an enigma at first. Then Carrie starts to link it to a much larger plot.
– “The Mentalist,” 10 p.m., CBS. In a rerun, the young star of a local theater production has been killed, on the eve of opening night.
– “Crossing Lines,” 10 p.m., NBC. It's important to know whom you're stealing from. Two young men make the maybe-fatal mistake of stealing from an Italian drug lord and kidnapping his daughter.