Trailblazers of Gospel Music Awards (7pm, GMC) - The Gospel Music Channel airs the 12th annual awards show honoring gospel music legends Pastor Shirley Caesar and the group Commissioned. Performances by Ledisi, Lucinda Moore, The Soul Seekers, and others. Airs again at 8:30pm.
Must Love Cats (8pm, Animal Planet) - Host John Fulton checks out domestic and wild cats living in harmony in Mississippi, a popular cat on TV in Little Rock, and a cat scratching-tree builder in Kansas. I noticed that night footage (so funny) from last week's episode of the klepto-kitty from California made national news this week.
NBA All-Star Night (8:30pm, TNT) - Live from Los Angeles, watch the 3-point shootout, the skills challenge, and the ever-popular slam dunk contest. Scheduled dunkers include Blake Griffin, DeMar DeRozan, Serge Ibaka, and JaVale McGee. There's also a "Shooting Stars" event with NBA legends and WNBA players.
Being Human UK (9pm, BBC America) - Not to be confused with the American remake which airs on Syfy, the original UK version of "Being Human" premieres its third season tonight.
America's Most Wanted (9pm, Fox) - In a special episode, host John Walsh attempts to find out what makes serial killers tick.
48 Hours Mystery (10pm, CBS) - Two murders are investigated and the probe leads from the Playboy Mansion to Wall Street.
Patrice O'Neal: Elephant in the Room (10pm, Comedy Central) - Comedian Patrice O'Neal performs in New York City. Topics include infidelity, safe sex, and harassment.
An Idiot Abroad (10pm, Science) - Tonight's episode of this always funny series sends Karl Pilkington to Egypt. I think now we have an alternate theory of what may have started that revolution.