Antiques Roadshow (8pm, UNC-TV) - Part one of Season 17 begins in Corpus Christi, Texas, where a million-dollar discovery is made: an oil painting created by an 18-year-old Diego Rivera in 1904.
Switched at Birth (8pm, ABC Family) - In the second season opener, a newly wealthy Angelo buys expensive presents for everyone, and John and Kathryn contemplate entering the political arena.
The Bachelor (8pm, ABC) - Dallas businessman Sean Lowe (from a previous "Bachelorette" season) looks for another chance at love in Season 17. In the opener, Sean meets 26 female contenders and seven are sent home.
Bunheads (9pm, ABC Family) - The second half of season one has Michelle readjusting to life in Las Vegas, where she finds work as a magician's assistant.
The Mob Doctor (9pm, Fox) - In the series finale, Grace's world is falling apart when her family's in danger and the FBI's ready to make a move.
The Staircase (10pm, Sundance) - The acclaimed French documentary about the trial of Michael Peterson for the murder of his wife Kathleen is broken into eight parts to air on Sundance. After the eight original episodes air, two new installments will air (early March) featuring developments in Peterson's case. In tonight's first part, executive Kathleen Peterson is found dead at the bottom of a staircase, and her devastated writer husband, Michael, is accused of killing her. You can also watch the first episode at the Sundance website. Jean-Xavier de Lestrade directed.
Deception (10pm, NBC) - A new series about a detective who keeps her job a secret as she reenters the lives of a wealthy family to investigate the mysterious death of her childhood friend. Adrienne reviews.