MasterChef (8pm, Fox) - Eva Longoria chooses Mexican ingredients for the mystery-box challenge. Later, the chefs whip up fish tacos for a large group of surfers at the beach, and the winning team receives tickets to the 2013 MLB All-Star game.
Nova: Building Pharaoh's Chariot (8pm, UNC-TV) - Experts build and test two replicas of ancient Egyptian chariots to learn whether, as some historians claim, the chariot revolutionized warfare and enabled Egypt's greatest era of conquest.
The Bridge (10pm, FX) - In this new series, based on a spectacular Scandinavian drama, two detectives -- one from the U.S. and one from Mexico -- must work together to track down a ruthless killer operating on both sides of the border. In the opening episode, a body is found on the bridge connecting El Paso and Juarez, Mexico. It stars Diane Kruger ("Inglorious Basterds") and Demin Bichir ("Weeds" "The Heat"). MINI REVIEW: I hate to be that person who gets all pretentious and claims to prefer the original foreign version of whatever American TV remake rolls around, but I'm gonna be that person. FX's "The Bridge" is very good, but after watching three episodes, for me it hasn't quite touched the Scandinavian version, "Bron/Broen." It's a great story and the performances here are also great, though I do prefer Sofia Helin's Det. Saga Norén to Kruger's Det. Sonya Cross. But that's nit-picking. If you like smart, complex dramas, check it out.
Camp (10pm, NBC) - A new comedy-drama series following campers and counselors at Little Otter Family Camp. In tonight's opener, the camp owner and director (played by Rachel Griffiths of "Brothers and Sisters") considers a buyout offer from a competing resort as she struggles to keep things afloat. Meanwhile, her 15-year-old son Buzz prepares for his first year as a counselor in training. MINI REVIEW: A surprisingly pleasant summer diversion that brings to mind some of the teen-sex-and-drugs-summer-camp movies like "Wet Hot American Summer" and "Meatballs" -- but cleaned up a bit for broadcast TV. I watched the first three episodes and the show definitely grew on me (could have done without the gambling addiction side story that pops up in the second episode, though). Charles Grounds, the young actor who plays Buzz, reminds me a lot of John Francis Daley when he played Sam Weir on "Freaks and Geeks." So that's a big plus, too.
Paranormal Witness (10pm, Syfy) - A devout Baptist family from Indiana's alleged battle with demonic forces is recalled.
Necessary Roughness (10pm, USA) - Dani works with a self-help guru who's skeptical about talk therapy, and Nico digs up information on V3.