Revolution (8pm, NBC) - Miles' life is in danger after he's captured, while Charlie is adamant about finding Monroe.
L&O: SVU (9pm, NBC) - A celebrity chef fears she's about to be the next victim in a string of rapes, so she shoots an unarmed teenager hat she believes is the assailant.
Super Fun Night (9pm, ABC) - A fear of singing is faced at a piano bar in the opener of this new Rebel Wilson sitcom about how a big promotion alters an attorney's relationship with her two best friends. Wilson is funny, as always, but the show relies too heavily (no pun intended) on lazy fat jokes. Here's my review of "Super Fun Night."
Ironside (10pm, NBC) - The old "Ironside" series gets a reboot with Blair Underwood (right) in the lead. In this version, Ironside is a paraplegic police detective still on the force solving criminal cases in New York City (in the original, he worked as a consultant). Adrienne isn't overly impressed. Here's her review of "Ironside."
CSI (10pm, CBS) - The CSIs investigate a murder and robbery at a poker game that had more than $1 million in chips on the table.
Nashville (10pm, ABC) - Edgehill gets a new chief executive who's not interested in Juilette's goal to mature as an artist. Also, Rayna mounts her comeback with Will and Scarlett attached to her label.