Mildred Pierce (9pm, HBO) - The final two parts of this five-part mini series unfold in the last 1930s, when Mildred's business booms but her relationship with her 17-year-old daughter becomes more strained. Evan Rachel Wood debuts tonight as the adult Veda, who is busy working her way up the social ladder and blossoming as an opera singer.
The Comedy Awards (9pm, Comedy Central) - The first annual ceremony celebrating comedy in film, TV and the internet. A "Comedy Icon Award" goes to Eddie Murphy and someone receives the "Johnny Carson Award for Comedic Excellence." Attendees include Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, and Andy Samberg. The Roots are the house band. This will also air on Spike, VH1, TVLand, and CMT.
Celebrity Apprentice (9pm, NBC) - I don't know if they can top last week's craziness, but Gary Busey is still around, so they'll try. Tonight the contestants organize a marketing event for a skin care product, and Busey's undisciplined approach jeopardizes the task.
Brothers & Sisters (9pm, NBC) - In a special two-hour episode, Kevin and Scotty are faced with losing Olivia when her brother shows up seeking custody, and Saul and Nora learn of the death of their mother, Ida.
Upstairs Downstairs (9pm, UNC-TV) - This 2010 Masterpiece Theatre project continues the original 1970s 'Upstairs Downstairs' story, which left off in 1930. In tonight's installment, Sir Hallam and Agnes Holland move into the Bellamy family's former residence, 165 Eaton Place. Agnes turns to a domestic employment agency run by Rose Buck (original series star Jean Marsh), who worked for the Bellamy family as a parlor maid. Here's a bit more info about what to expect in the new series, and a video clip. I never watched the first series, but I love 'Downton Abbey' too much not to give this one a try.
The Killing (10pm, AMC) - In the third part of AMC's gripping new drama series, police try to determine the connection between Rosie Larsen's murder and the grisly crime scene in the basement of the high school.
The Borgias (10pm, Showtime) - Tonight's episode (part three of a ten-part series) is particularly bloody and murderous. Cesare sends Micheletto to Naples to assassinate Cardinal Della Rovere, and young Juan is told he must kill a sweet Turkish prince.