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What to Watch on Tuesday: A betrayal on 'Covert Affairs,' the return of 'Luther'

Rizzoli & Isles (9pm, USA) - A mock trial advisor dies during a competition. Also, Jane is concerned that her mother may be hiding financial problems, and Tommy hires a lawyer to settle his claim against the Storrow Center.

Covert Affairs (9pm, USA) - Annie (Piper Perabo, left) asks Teo to betray one of his own in order to neutralize Henry; Calder's true colors emerge after Joan makes a shocking choice; and Auggie gets into trouble.

Who Do You Think You Are? (9pm, TLC) - Country music singer Trisha Yearwood investigates her father's side of the family, which reveals an English ancestor's history of crime, loss and perseverance.

The Haves and Have Nots (9pm, OWN) - Jeffrey comes out to his parents, and Hanna accidentally tells Benny that Tony is his father.

Luther (10pm, BBC America) - Season three beings with fetishist murders of women in horrific styles recalling unsolved cases from the 1980s. Luther's focus is divided when he is assigned to investigate the death of an internet tormentor. Later, he meets a beautiful woman at a car crash. Note: All four episodes of this third and final season of Luther will air on consecutive nights this week at 10 p.m. Don't miss them!

Chopped (10pm, Food) - Sports stars Danica Patrick, Tiki Barber, Chuck Zito and Natalie Coughlin compete for charity.

Suits (10pm, USA) - Ava's murder trial begins as Mike, Harvey and Jessica navigate a series of betrayals. Elsewhere, Louis and Donna team up to get revenge.

Cold Justice (10pm, TNT) - A new TNT reality series in which an ex-prosecutor and a former crime-scene investigator team up and travel to small towns to solve cold cases. Yolanda McClary, the former crime-scene investigator, is the inspiration for the Marg Helgenberger character on "CSI." It's really very good. Here's my full review of "Cold Justice."

What to Watch on Tuesday: 'Covert Affairs,' 'Suits' and 'Let Them Wear Towels' doc

Whose Line Is It Anyway? (8pm, CW) - The latest iteration of this improvisational-comedy showcase begins tonight with two new episodes. A dating show called "Perfect Score" debuts at 9.

Nine for IX: Let Them Wear Towels (8pm, ESPN) - A documentary about the quest for equal locker room access for female journalists is explored by
filmmakers Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern, focusing on landmark cases involving the Boston Herald's Lisa Olson and Melissa Ludtke of Sports Illustrated. Christine Brennan, Claire Smith and Lesley Vissar are among those interviewed.

Covert Affairs (9pm, USA) - In the Season 4 premiere, Annie forges a professional relationship with Henry Wilcox while also adjusting to her new romance with Auggie. Meanwhile, Annie searches for a person of interest in Colombia.

Rizzoli & Isles (9pm, TNT) - Maura becomes a prime suspect in a homicide case when her date is killed. It soon becomes a struggle for Jane, who tries to balance protecting her friend and doing her job.

Twisted (9pm, ABC Family) - Danny, JO and Lacey embark on a road trip to Connecticut to search for clues in Regina's murder, and Jo and Lacey quarrel along the way. Meanwhile, Kyle searches for Jo, and an unplanned pottery lesson brings Karen and Tess closer.

Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis (9pm, Bravo) - A mother who collects stray cats is the recipient of Jeff's design intervention.

The Haves and Have Nots (9pm, OWN) - Hanna learns that Benny was driving Candace's car. Also, David comes clean with Jim about his role in the setup, and Katheryn and Hanna bond.

Suits (10pm, USA) - Season 3 opens with new partner Darby assigning Harvey a high-stakes case. Elsewhere, Mike tries to make things right with Harvey and deal with the fallout from his revelation to Rachel.

What to Watch on Tuesday: 'Frontline' repeat on WikiLeaks still relevant

Pretty Little Liars (8pm, ABC Family) - A new detective arrives in town and questions the girls about Wilden's death. Meanwhile, Emily worries that the problems "A" is causing for her parents, and Spencer sets a trap for her sister.

Rizzoli & Isles (9pm, TNT) - The slaying of an assertive journalism student is investigated, and Jane is unhappy to be working with a former colleague, who returns as the new drug-unit lieutenant.

The Haves and Have Nots (9pm, OWN) - Jeffery and Wyatt help move into her new apartment, and Hanna goes on a blind date.

Frontline: Wikisecrets (10pm, UNC-TV) - Another "Frontline" repeat -- this one from 2011 -- that's still pretty relevant two years later. Martin Smith examines the WikiLeaks scandal in which classified U.S. material was made public. Includes remarks from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (right) and Brian Manning, the father of Army Pvt. Bradley E. Manning, who is accused of leaking the information. Edward Snowden, the American security contractor who leaked information on U.S. surveillance programs, is currently being aided by WikiLeaks.

Perception (10pm, TNT) - Pierce and Moretti investigate a woman's claims that her husband was abducted by aliens, only to make an alarming discovery. Also, Pierce's relationship with his girlfriend is complicated by the presence of his imaginary girlfriend.

Being Mary Jane (10:30pm, BET) - This movie serves as the pilot episode for a new scripted series starring Gabrielle Union. Union plays a successful TV anchor searching for that perfect work/life balance. It also stars Richard Roundtree, Margaret Avery and Omari Hardwick. Adrienne loves it. Here's her review of "Being Mary Jane."

What to Watch on Tuesday: 'Bacharach's Best' and 'America's Got Talent'

Burt Bacharach's Best (8pm, UNC-TV) - A new PBS special featuring archival footage of original artists performing the songs of Burt Bacharach. Look for performances by Dionne Warwick, Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones, Herb Alpert, The Carpenters, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and many others.

America's Got Talent (9pm, NBC) - The talent contest's eighth season opens with auditions in New York City, Los Angeles and San Antonio. Judges this season are Heidi Klum, Mel B., Howard Stern and Howie Mandel.Nick Cannon returns as host.

Family S.O.S. with Jo Frost (9pm, TLC) - The British "Supernanny" returns in a new show in which she doesn't just focus on unruly kids, she takes on the whole dysfunctional family.

The Haves and Have Nots (9pm, OWN) - Candace increases pressure on Jim and David hires a sleazy detective. Also, Benny wants Candace to pay the overdue mortgage o n Hanna's house.

Exit (10pm, Syfy) - Four teams of two contestants compete to escape a series of booby-trapped rooms in the premiere of this series, which has players navigating physical and mental challenges for a chance to win $10,000.

Taboo USA (10pm, NGC) - The Season 9 premiere includes reports of a Pittsburgh man who believes he's a dog, a pair of Satanists in California and a dominatrix who trains ponies.

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