Touch (8pm, Fox) - In the two-hour Season 2 premiere, Martin (Keifer Sutherland) and Jake join Lucy's search for her daughter, Amelia, in California. Meanwhile, Aster Corporation's Calvin Norburg hopes to make a significant discovery, and religious zealot Guillermo Ortiz concentrates on his vision.
Big Easy Express (8pm, Showtime) - This documentary is described as a musical journey of three bands, six cities, one train and thousands of miles of track. Filmmaker Emmett Malloy features indie folk heroes Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Tennessee's Old Crow Medicine Show and Mumford & Sons aboard a beautiful vintage train traveling from California with the ultimate destination of New Orleans. Another music documentary, "Mumford & Sons: The Road to Red Rocks" will air again immediately following this.
The Job (8pm, CBS) - In this new reality series, candidates vie for jobs with prominent companies. Tonight, people from Brooklyn, Hawaii, Idaho and Alabama all want an assistant manager gig at Palm Restaurant Group.
Shark Tank (9pm, ABC) - This is a far better reality series choice for the night. In front of the sharks, the creator of a toilet-training system for cats shares a new business idea and two Austin men offer to give up 100 percent of their hand-cooler business.
Banshee (10pm, Cinemax) - When rampaging bikers crash a town festival with fatal consequences, Lucas and Siobhan dole out some vigilante justice.
Portlandia (10pm, IFC) - Peter and Nance prep for the opening of their bed-and-breakfast by hosting their friends, and a local furniture maker is featured in the "Man Issue" of a magazine.