Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night (8pm, NBC) - For the fifth year, Kimmel kicks off his series of specials that will precede each NBA finals game. The half-hour show airs right before "NBA Countdown" and then the games will start at 9. So far, the schedule for Kimmel and the NBA games is as follows: June 12, 14, 17 and 19. If necessary, June 21, 24, 27. Guests to expect on Kimmel's "Game Night" shows are Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Matthew McConaughey, Katy Perry and KKKK (Kim/Kourtney/Khloe Kardashian).
Pretty Little Liars (8pm, ABC Family) - A new "A" toys with the girls, using elevated stakes. Spencer and Hanna investigate this new foe, who turns one of Aria's past mistakes into ammunition, and whose fearful actions have put Emily in a fragile state.
Thorne: Sleepyhead (9pm, Encore) - Part one of a two-part crime drama following Detective Inspector Tom Thorne (David Morissey). In tonight's installment, Thorne investigates a series of unusual attacks on young women. The first three women are found dead but the fourth survived the attack and is unlucky to be alive. A second episode based on a different case airs tomorrow night and stars Sandra Oh ("Grey's Anatomy"). Adapted from the bestelling mystery novels of Mark Billingham.
Rizzoli & Isles (9pm, TNT) - Friction escalates between Jane and Maura, but they must put their feud aside when they probe the death of a college student.
Barter Kings (9pm, A&E) - The first episode in a new series looking at entrepreneurs who carry out strings of cashless trades in order to obtain items of increasingly greater value. Tonight, a speedboat is desired by a trader who starts out with Elvis memorabilia.
Every Day is a Holiday (9pm, UNC-MX) - Chinese American filmmaker Theresa Loong profiles her father, who was held in two Japanese POW camps in World War II. After the war, he yearned to be an American and eventually immigrated to the states.