“Fresh Of the Boat,” 8 and 8:30 p.m., ABC.
Here's a double
chance to catch one of the season's better new comedies. With
self-deprecating wit, Eddie Huang describes the early days of his
boyhood move to Florida suburbia.
The first rerun,
from the middle of the season, finds a lie getting out of control
when he runs for school president; also, his mom is superstitious
about some unlucky numbers. Then is the show's third episode, a funny
one in which the family strains to make a good impression at a block
II: “Zoo,” 9 p.m., CBS.
A few bloodthirsty
rats are enough of a problem. Now a ship washes ashore with a cargo
full of them.
Also, Mitch doesn't
tell the others he's found his terminally ill daughter. He's prepared
to make a dangerous trade.
(or record): “The Making of 'Gone With the Wind” (1988) and “Gone
With the Wind” (1939), 8 p.m. ET and 10:15 p.m. ET, Turner Classic
Great movies don't
always start smoothly, you know. “Gone With the Wind” had three
directors and at least six writers. It waited two years to cast Clark
Gable in the second lead, then chose a lesser-known Englishwoman
(Vivien Leigh) to star.
And then? It set
box-office records and won eight Academy Awards (including one for
Leigh); the American Film Insitute listed as the sixth-best American
movie ever. Watch the documentary and then record the four-hour film.
Talent,” 8-10:01 p.m., NBC. This is the second of three weeks that
will trim the field to 21 acts. Tonight, a dozen perform and viewers
vote; on Wednesday, we see which seven will survive.
“NCIS,” 8 p.m.,
CBS. In a rerun, Tony is working with his girlfriend Zoe (Marisol
Nichols), an Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent. His dad (Robert
Wagner) arrives to meet her.
Nine-Nine,” 9 p.m., Fox. After catching ABC's comedy reruns, switch
to Fox for some more good ones. This one introduces the captain's
nemesis, Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch (Kyra Sedgwick); also, Jake and
Terry try to bond while probing a stabbing at a chocolate-milk bar.
“Last Man on
Earth,” 9:30, Fox. Life gets complicated when Melissa (January
Jones) moves into the cul de sac alongside Phil (Will Forte) and
Carol (Kristen Schaal) ... who married whenn they thought they were
the last people on Earth.
p.m., FX. One brother, Jamal, is trying to defend his dictatorship
against growing dissension. The other, Barry, is leading a new
mission despite depleted resources. And Leila – Jamal's wife,
Barry's long-ago girlfriend – is losing faith as attacks reach the
Night,” 10:01 p.m., NBC. Six actors battle in this fun show.
There's Scott Wolf, Mary Lynn Rajskub, David Giantolli, Kate
Flannery, Mena Suvari and David Walton.
10:30, Comedy Central. These clueless people bump across history, in
1902 Rhode Island. Beatrice, rich and deluded, meets Thomas Edison;
Blanche, the head maid, receives a strange letter from the Triangle