Aurora Shooting Coverage: In addition to special coverage on tonight's 6:30 newscasts, the major networks are planning additional coverage of the last night's mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado. Here's what I've seen so far: CBS anchor Scott Pelley will lead a special edition of "48 Hours" at 8. For NBC, Ann Curry will report live from Aurora on "Dateline," airing at 9. ABC will have a special edition of "20/20" anchored by Chris Cuomo from Aurora and Diane Sawyer from New York, tonight at 10. There's a special edition of "Nightline" on ABC at 11:35. On CNN, Anderson Cooper will broadcast "AC360" from Aurora at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. On Fox, "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" will cover the shooting at 10, with Van Susteren reporting from Aurora. Chris Jansing will have special reports from Colorado at 4 and 10 on MSNBC.
Whale Wars (9pm, Animal Planet) - In the Season 5 finale, the Sea Shepherd's months-long search for the Nisshin Maru finally pays off, but the factory ship is well protected and won't give up without a fight.
Common Law (10pm, USA) - Wes and Travis share quarters during a stakeout to monitor the moves of a crime novelist, who may have helped a criminal escape prison.
Louisiana Lockdown (10pm, Animal Planet) - In the Season 1 finale, a rookie rider takes on a former champion as the rodeo season nears its conclusion. Also, an inmate learns he's getting out after 18 years in prison.
Lost Girl (10pm, Syfy) - Bo accepts the Ash's proposal and acquires an unlikely partner.
Comedy Bang! Bang (10pm, IFC) - Guest Ed Helms plays the banjo and makes animal noises.
Portlandia: The Brunch Special (11pm, IFC) - A director's cut of the Season 2 finale, with a "making of" segment, and appearances by Bobby Flay, Lorne Michaels and Kyle MacLachlan.