Best in Film: The Greatest Movies of Our Time (9pm, ABC) - This two-hour special hosted by Tom Bergeron and Cynthia McFadden is the reason the 'Detroit 1-8-7' finale couldn't be in its normal Tuesday timeslot? Sigh. The title of this show is pretty self-explanatory, but what's special about this is that the results were determined by an online poll. Deep sigh.
The Fabulous Beekman Boys (10pm, Planet Green) - Our favorite refined farmers return for Season 2, but the men are still living apart as Brent manages the business in the village and at the Beekman farm, while Josh continues to work in the city and commute. In the premiere episode, the diva llama escape artist Polka Spot becomes a problem. There's another new episode at 10:30 in which Josh wants Brent to take a vacation and Brent acquires some Black Welsh sheep. All of this may sound boring, but it's not. There's a 'Fabulous Beekman Boys' marathon starting at 5pm and leading up to the 10pm premiere. Get your black rubber boots and tune in.
Our America with Lisa Ling (10pm, OWN) - In the Season 1 finale, Ling explores heroin addiction in Richland County, Ohio, as she follows people over a two-year period.
Lights Out (10pm, FX) - The package Lights delivered for Hal Brennan comes back to haunt him when a politician tied to Brennan gets caught up in a prostitution scandal. Meanwhile, Lights tries to help a punch-drunk former champ, played by David Morse.
The Good Wife (10pm, CBS) - The firm represents a drug lord in divorce proceedings, even though he claims he wants to reconcile with his wife. Meanwhile, Kalinda is subpoenaed for a grand jury investigation.
Marcel's Quantum Kitchen (10pm, Syfy) - A safari-themed party to raise awareness for an animal sanctuary challenges a culinary team in the opener of the reality series following chef Marcel Vigneron's catering and event company, which serves up extraordinary celebrations. You may remember Marcel as an extraordinary jerk from 'Top Chef' and 'Top Chef All-Stars.'.