Downton Abbey (9pm, UNC-TV) - Episode 3 finds Isobel and Cora butting heads over control of Downton's medical role and Mrs. Bird launching a soup kitchen. Also, Matthew and William embark on a perilous patrol behind German lines.
Prime Suspect (9pm, NBC) - Tonight, NBC burns off the two final episodes of this good-but-canceled crime drama. In the first, Duffy and Calderon (Kirk Aceveda, left) investigate the rape-murder of a young girl while Jane (Maria Bello, left) and Augie handle the shooting of a woman on the Upper East Side. Also, Jane has a heart-to-heart talk with Matt. In the second new episode, Jane learns that a jailed hit man may be responsible for a drive-by shooting at a local store, and Sweeney orders security when a hit is ordered on one of their own.
Oprah's Next Chapter (9pm, OWN) - Part 1 of a 2-part interview with "Star Wars" creator George Lucas at his Skywalker Ranch in California. Oprah also talks to Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terrence Howard, stars of "Red Tails," Lucas' movie about Tuskegee Airmen.
American Idol (10pm, Fox) - You aren't reading that wrong: Fox is showing a special episode of "Idol" at 10 p.m. And it's after the NFC championship game so it could start even later than that.
Californication (10:30pm, Showtime) - Hank finishes a draft of a film script, presents it to Samurai and proceeds to hit the road, but his attempts to leave hit a snag.
Pan Am (10pm, ABC) - While flying to Rome, Collette befriends a handsome, mysterious man and agrees to show him around the Eternal City. Also, Laura discovers that the Life magazine photographer sold the nude photos he took of her to a gallery, where they are on display.