ABC 9:00 PM ET
Ah, the things we do for love. Flynn and Vega (Kristin Lehman, Louis Ferreira) investigate the murder of a limousine driver at the hands of a customs officer. Their search for a motive leads them to a seductive waitress who apparently had the killer wrapped around her proverbial finger in the new episode "Pushover." Lauren Holly and Roger Cross also star.
GOLF 2:30 PM ET
The Jack Nicklaus-designed Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, is the setting today through Sunday as Rory McIlroy, Angel Cabrera, Adam Scott, Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson and others tee it up in the Memorial Tournament. Tiger Woods won here a year ago, birdieing three of his last four holes to turn a two-shot deficit into a two-shot victory.
ABC 8:00 PM ET
Workplace retreat? That's for wimps. In the new episode "Boss & Employee: Third Shift," teams of workers and managers attempt to stay in the game on such obstacles as the Miami Pound Machine and a nerd-themed Wipeout City. Once they get to the Wipeout Zone, however, the teamwork is over, and it's every player for himself. John Anderson and John Henson host.
TCM 8:00 PM ET
Filmmaker Richard Schickel ("Elia Kazan: A Director's Journey") turns his lens on someone who's made his mark both in front of and behind the camera. As you might guess from the title, it's Clint Eastwood's work in the latter category that's the focus here. It's also the area where he's earned most of his Academy accolades, including best director Oscars for "Million Dollar Baby" and "Unforgiven."
NBC 8:00 PM ET
After getting a message that God wants her to be a good Samaritan, Beth (Anne Heche) decides to help out a grouchy elderly woman in the neighborhood. It turns out she's the only one who's interested in helping this woman; her friends and family were hoping to get rid of her. She proceeds with her plan anyway, making a friend in the process, in the new episode "WWJD."
FOX 8:00 PM ET
Gordon Ramsay wants chefs with good taste -- discerning taste buds, that is. So he subjects the seven remaining contestants to a blind challenge in which they must identify ingredients solely by flavor. The winning team gets a luxurious sushi meal and a day of horseback riding, while the losers get delivery duty. A surprise challenge determines who gets immunity in the new episode "7 Chefs Compete, Part 1."
SHOW 9:00 PM ET
Actress Sarah Polley ("The Sweet Hereafter") wrote and directed this 2011 drama, casting Michelle Williams as a married writer who falls into an unexpected relationship with a neighboring artist (Luke Kirby). Ultimately, she can't avoid having to decide between faithfulness to her husband (Seth Rogen) and the pursuit of her passion for her new acquaintance. Comedian Sarah Silverman also is featured.
TBS 10:00 PM ET
Gibbs and Milo (James Lesure, Danny Masterson) engage in a date-off with a gorgeous woman (Jessica Szohr, "Gossip Girl"). Tyler and Rachel (Michael Cassidy, Stephanie Lemelin) try to keep their relationship alive despite the physical distance between them. Neal and Amy (Adam Busch, Meredith Hagner) have reason to regret letting Tyler use their apartment as a rendezvous site in the new episode "Long Distance Tyler."
BRAVO 10:00 PM ET
CJ Barnes is mad about manicures, so she opened a nail salon of her own. Unfortunately, a passion for nails doesn't translate to success in business, and her salon in North Hollywood, Calif., is suffering from mounting bills, and low morale among the workers -- whose inexperience is driving customers away. Enter Tabatha to give CJ a wake-up call and help the salon clean up its act in the new episode "Manikir Royale."
MILI 10:00 PM ET
New episodes of the series that finds legendary newsman Tom Brokaw revisiting the most iconic moments from his award-winning broadcasts start again. Tonight's episode is about the USS Stennis aircraft carrier. Ten years ago, Brokaw stepped aboard the carrier to learn what a day in the life is like for its crew. This year, the Stennis returned home after a seven-month deployment in Afghanistan, and Brokaw finds that the original sense of honor and duty he found on the ship still remains.
ABC 10:01 PM ET
A bank robbery case has Andy (Missy Peregrym) working alongside Swarek (Ben Bass) on her first day back at 15 Division, forcing her to make peace with her past. Nick and Gail (Peter Mooney, Charlotte Sullivan) help an agitated woman who gives Nick some perspective on his personal life. Frank (Lyriq Bent) has big news for Noelle (Melanie Nicholls-King) in the new episode "Homecoming."
NBC 10:01 PM ET
As the BAU investigates a pair of murders in which the victims' faces were similarly mutilated, Will (Hugh Dancy) contaminates a crime scene, thinking he's the killer. An MRI reveals he has advanced encephalitis, but Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) coerces the doctor (John Benjamin Hickey) into lying to Will. Later, Will goes back for more tests but finds the doctor dead in the new episode "Buffet Froid."