The Middle (8pm, ABC) - The season finale of "The Bachelor" disheartens Frankie, so she sulks about it for several days.
Nature: What Plants Talk About (8pm, UNC-TV) - Ecologist J.C. Cahill leads this look at plants, which he contends are as busy and complex as humans. He explains how they "talk" to allies, eavesdrop on one another and call in mercenaries to protect them.
How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) (9:30pm, ABC) - This new sitcom will be lucky if from here on out I type "How to Live With Your Parents," because how obnoxious is that long title?? Anyway, this overly titled new sitcom has a young single mom (Sarah Chalke) moving back home to live with her eccentric parents (Elizabeth Perkins and Brad Garrett). I'm not a fan of the voice-over narration, but it has some funny bits.
Southland (10pm, TNT) - Gangsters emerge for the funeral of a high-level drug dealer, leading to chaos on the streets. Meanwhile, Lydia and Ruben unearth police corruption while probing a murder, and Ben has suspicions about Sammy.
Forever Young (10pm, TV Land) - A new reality series that makes housemates of five people over 70 and five twentysomethings, and chronicles what they can -- and can't -- learn from one another. Adrienne likes it. Here's her review of "Forever Young."
The Americans (10pm, FX) - A routine mission goes sideways for Philip and Elizabeth. Meanwhile, an FBI agent disappears.
Chicago Fire (10pm, NBC) - Despite Severide's support, Mills faces resentment from his colleagues about his desire to join Squad.
CSI (10pm, CBS) - A body is discovered near a forest reserve and the investigation leads the CSIs to uncover what may be a serial killer's secret.