Custer's Last Stand (8pm, UNC-TV) - A two-hour profile of Gen. George Armstrong Custer, nicknamed "the boy general" for his Civil War exploits, who died with many other members of the 7th Calvary while battling the Cheyenne and Lakota along the Little Bighorn River in Montana Territory. The documentary details his time at West Point, where he became famous for his rebellious nature; his relationship with his wife Libbie; his year-long suspension from the service; and the campaign against the Cheyenne that led to his death.
Remodeled (9pm, CW) - A new series in which modeling agency veteran Paul Fisher tries to bring together hundreds of smaller agencies into a new venture. In the opener, Paul travels to Minneapolis to rescue an agency rapidly losing models to a rival. Here's Adrienne's review.
New Girl (9pm, Fox) - Schmidt (Schmidt!!) is turning 29, and Jess takes charge when plans for his birthday party fall apart. Meanwhile, Nick has his first date with a beautiful lawyer who is harboring a secret.
Raising Hope (9:30pm, Fox) - When Hope shows early signs of above-average intelligence, Jimmy is inspired to return to school to get his GED. Virginia and Burt follow in Jimmy's footsteps to keep their son from being the smartest member of the family. This explains so much.
Justified (10pm, FX) - In the Season 3 premiere, the arrival of a Detroit mobster (Neal McDonough) in Lexington puts Raylan on a collision course with a sadistic Mafia hit man. Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) also has another altercation with Boyd (Walton Goggins), which lands Boyd in an interesting predicament.
Southland (10pm, TNT) - Season 4 opens with John returning to work after recuperating from back surgery and meeting his new partner, played by Lucy Liu. Lydia also gets a new partner and Ben tangles with a cynical street cop.
Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Zeek receives surprising medical news, Crosby starts a new relationship, and Amber is puzzled by her boss's behavior.
***NOTE: The return of "Southland" and "Justified," along with other ongoing 10 p.m. series such as "Parenthood," "Body of Proof," and "White Collar," means one thing: TUESDAY NIGHT TIME SHIFT! Remember that "Southland" airs again at midnight and "Justified" airs at 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. "White Collar" also airs again on USA at 1 a.m. "Parenthood" is usually available On Demand.